Fyne Ales – A Review


Fyne Ales are a brewery based in Cairndow, Argyll. It’s a beautiful part of the world. How small is the village? Well, Cairndow’s school closed in 1988 after the roll fell to just 3 pupils. Thanks for that gem, wikipedia.

The Fyne Ales website lures you to their beers by saying “if you like fresh, full flavoured IPAs, bursting with new world hop flavours while retaining a great balance, then these are the beers for you”. I was sent an assortment of their lighter ales to find out for myself.

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Reviews

Sanda Blonde (5.5%)

fyne-sandaThey say:
Light golden IPA with aromas of grapefruit and passion fruit. Flavours of gooseberry and citrus fruits are prevalent with a good citrus and hop bitterness to make a deliciously easy drinking IPA.

What a fine start to proceedings. A noseful of one of my favourite hops, New Zealand’s Nelson Sauvin, is enough to put a stupid grin on my face.  A lot of beers claim that they’ll give you passion fruit flavours, but this truly does.

And yet there’s far more than a fruit fizz here. It’s a progressive IPA, which to my mind means that there’s a body here that brings a depth to the taste buds.

This is a lovely find, which I will stock up in bucketfuls when I next have a BBQ.

 

Hurricane Jack (4.4%)

Fyne Ales - HurricaneThey say:
A pale golden beer with an aroma of sweet malt and light fruity hops. Citrus flavours are prominent with tangerine notes with a subtle lemon kick on the end. Great thirst quencher and a delicious session beer.

Another blonde ale, this time with Amarillo and Cascade hops. More citrusy flavours but this tastes more like a session ale.

This started off as being an experiment from the brewery but the results were so well appreciated that it has made the cut and is now a firm favourite.

It’s lighter than the Sanda Blonde but every bit as lovely.

Delicious, fruity and with a lip-smacking hoppy bitterness to finish. I’m picturing myself drinking this in a deck chair,  on a warm summer evening with the loch lapping at the shore and the kids being looked after by someone else. Aaaah. So relaxing.

Ragnarok (7.4%)

FyneAles - RagnarokThey say:
How do you surpass an icon? Can you create an instant classic? At Fyne Ales we love a challenge, so we rolled up our sleeves, grabbed Jarl by the scruff of its neck, and hauled it up to a whole new lacel: an Imperial IPA, with sweet hoppy aromas followed by citrus and toffee to finish. This is Imperial-Jarl, This is Ragnarök.

If Fyne Ale’s Jarl is mild-mannered Dr Bruce Banner then Ragnarök is The Hulk.

I’ve got a thing about how I drink an IPA. When I’m cooking, I can easily grab a Jarl or Avalance and keep on going. An IPA is different. It’s for sitting down, relaxing, enjoying and savouring. And that’s exactly what I did, even though I was cooking dinner for six people. Not my fault, I explained. And this is a Double IPA.

It’s got everything and in huge amounts. A sweet malty body, tonnes of citrusy hops and it packs a punch at 7.4%. I probably would have enjoyed it more if I didn’t have hungry people shouting at me to get on with the dinner.

Highlander (4.8%)

fyne-highlanderThey say:
A dark amber coloured bittersweet ale with an aroma of caramel malt and a hint of lemon. Taste of rich caramel malts with a touch of toffee and soft citrus flavours leading to a good bitter hoppy finish.

This is old-school ale. It’s the most traditional ale here but, being a Fyne Ale, it’s still got those citrusy hops.

It was Fyne Ale’s first beer back in 2001 and you can see the path they’ve taken since then. This has less of the Fyne stamp on it than subsequent, newer beers but still ticks the strong ale boxes.

The body delivers a sweety malt rounded flavour and the bitterness of the aftertaste makes it an even taste. Isn’t that what ale is all about?

Avalanche (4.5%)

fyne-avalancheThey say:
This true golden ale starts with stunning citrus on the nose. Well- balanced with good body and fruit balancing with a refreshing hoppy taste, it finishes with a long bittersweet aftertaste.

Now, this is right up my street. Cascade and Liberty hops give us beautiful citrusy hops and the right kind of grapefruit flavour.

What’s the right kind of grapefruit flavour? I’ll tell you. I went on a brewery tour once (not with Fyne Ales) and every beer was overloaded with Willamette hops. This made everything stink of grapefruit, and I don’t like grapefruit.

This, however, is how you do the grapefruit thing right. It gives just the right amount of bitterness to the flavour – any more would be too much. They’ve found the perfect balance. Beautiful.

Jarl (3.8%)

fyne-jarlThey say:
Light and golden colour with a strong citrus and hop aroma. Citrus and grassy hop flavours dominate the palate with a light and refreshing dry finish. A superbly drinkable beer.

So here we are. Jarl. In my eyes, this is Fyne Ales pièce de résistance. This is summer in a bottle.

Close your eyes. You’re in the warm sun. You pick up a beautiful smell of fruit. The local lemon/citrus farmer has crashed his truck at the bottom of your garden. It’s a tragedy, naturally, but the aroma is nonetheless magical. Your neighbour has just cut his grass and the smells all intermingle to create a thing of wonder.

Fyne Ales have taken that moment and bottled it. It’s simply perfect. It has the new world hoppy bitterness and fruity freshness off to a tee.

It’s a perfect introduction to ales for the common or garden lager drinker too. The body is sufficient to balance out the hoppiness without being too sweet or overbearing.

You’d be hard pressed to find anything more hoppy and summery to top a glass of Jarl.

Fyne Fest

Fyne Ales - Fyne FestFyne Fest is Fyne Ales annual festival celebrating beer, food, music and life.  Fyne Fest 2016 is on the weekend, June 10th to 12th 2016.

There’s a site campsite, music stage, bar with acoustic stage, loads of food for all tastes and tours of the brewery. The website has some awesome photos of the weekend on the gallery page.

The festival is at the Fyne Ales Brewery in Cairndow, Argyll. It’s about an hour north-west of Glasgow through some amazing scenery and beautiful landscapes. There will also be return bus services running from Glasgow to Fynefest 2016. What’s not to love?

Website : Fyne Fest

229 Comments

  1. melanie crumpton
    21 February 2016
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    Fabulous, love Pimms and lemonade or a nice beer

  2. Chris
    21 February 2016
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    The drink that makes me think of summer is Mojito. Can even be non-alcoholic but the mint and sparkling water make it so refreshing.

  3. Veronika Farkas
    21 February 2016
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    Cider and lemon flovoured beer 😀

  4. CLAIRE RICHARDSON
    21 February 2016
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    Got to be pimms with a load of fruit added.

  5. Lynn Woodcock
    21 February 2016
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    Bottles of water! I am always stuffing them in my handbag or in the back of a challenger trimaran in the summer.

  6. jane Wilson
    21 February 2016
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    A cold glass of rose wine makes me think of summer

  7. Monica Gilbert
    21 February 2016
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    Iced tea makes me think of summer.

  8. msedollyp
    21 February 2016
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    a light beer in an iced glass

  9. sharon martin
    21 February 2016
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    both homemade lemonade and cider make me think of summer

  10. Jean Cass
    21 February 2016
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    Cider or a drop of Pimms are my fav summer drinks!

  11. Lynn Heath
    21 February 2016
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    I don’t think you can beat a really crisp cider on a hot summers day, in a beer garden without a care in the world. (Totally reminiscing about life before kids!!!!!!!)

  12. Tess D
    21 February 2016
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    Pimms & Lemonade always reminds me of summer

  13. angela edmonds
    21 February 2016
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    freshly made lemonade xx

  14. Cara Bemrose-williams
    21 February 2016
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    A nice fruity cider with lots of ice 🙂

  15. Karen Smith
    21 February 2016
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    Anything peachy or strawberry flavoured

  16. Samantha Loughlin
    21 February 2016
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    I love rose wine

  17. Lynsey Buchanan
    22 February 2016
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    Pimms makes me think of summer

  18. iain maciver
    22 February 2016
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    a cold cider

  19. lauren tourle
    22 February 2016
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    sangria 🙂

  20. carol g
    22 February 2016
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    sparkling water and elderflower cordial

  21. amy fidler
    22 February 2016
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    a ice cold cider x

  22. Abigail Cullen
    22 February 2016
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    A nice fruity cider with lots of ice.

  23. Kevin Honey
    22 February 2016
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    Pimms with all the trimmings

  24. Harline Parkin
    22 February 2016
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    Smirnoff ice

  25. Annabel Greaves
    22 February 2016
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    A nice cool Carlsberg lager

  26. William Gould
    22 February 2016
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    When the weather warms up and I’ve been out gardening, I enjoy a long cold cider, so I would say that reminds me of summer!

  27. Julie T
    22 February 2016
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    Rekorderlig Mixed Berry Cider on ice

  28. GEOFF WICKENS
    22 February 2016
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    pimms

  29. pete c
    22 February 2016
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    lemonade

  30. Serena La Pietra
    22 February 2016
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    Cocktails of any kind.

  31. Ruby Spiteri
    22 February 2016
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    pimms

  32. Rachel Craig
    22 February 2016
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    Lemonade.

  33. Karen Richards
    22 February 2016
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    Pimms and Lemonade

  34. Sue C
    22 February 2016
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    Cider makes me think of summer….long walk, stop off at pub garden, pint of cider! Perfect!

  35. Paula Barker
    22 February 2016
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    Cold cider

  36. Joanne darnelll
    22 February 2016
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    white wine

  37. cheryl hadfield
    22 February 2016
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    ice cold cider

  38. Emma Price
    22 February 2016
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    White wine spritzer

  39. 22 February 2016
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    Cider with ice or a shandy

  40. CHRISTINE SUTHERLAND
    22 February 2016
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    Sangria

  41. genna st michael
    22 February 2016
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    The best summer drink is an ice cold cider or I’m quite partial to a bottle of corona!

  42. claire woods
    22 February 2016
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    cider

  43. Eileen Sumner
    22 February 2016
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    Pimms and lemonade

  44. Eva Appleby
    22 February 2016
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    Pimms and lemonade

  45. Ruby Warwick
    23 February 2016
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    Cider

  46. ashleigh allan
    23 February 2016
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    Pimms & Lemonade

  47. Lorna J Kennedy
    23 February 2016
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    A mish-mash 🙂 (a.k.a red wine and fresh orange juice)

  48. Lucy I
    23 February 2016
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    Pimms

  49. Louise Brown
    23 February 2016
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    Light ginger ale

  50. Andrew Petrie
    23 February 2016
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    Rose wine.

  51. Max Power
    23 February 2016
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    Sangria

  52. Janine Phillips
    23 February 2016
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    A nice wine spritzer x

  53. Andrew Loades
    23 February 2016
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    A glass of cold cider makes me think of summer.

  54. Lance Bellers
    23 February 2016
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    Iced tea actually 🙂

  55. Andrea Miles
    23 February 2016
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    cider

  56. Helen Adams
    23 February 2016
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    Pimms or rose wine x

  57. helen tovell
    23 February 2016
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    Pimm’s or sangria

  58. Andy Wedge
    23 February 2016
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    Lager Shandy

  59. Marycarol
    23 February 2016
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    Cocktails especially pina colada

  60. Rich Tyler
    23 February 2016
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    Pimms – always reminds me of weddings too!

  61. olivia Kirby
    23 February 2016
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    Pimms, although I don’t really like it!

  62. Kim M
    23 February 2016
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    Love elderflower cordial

  63. Rachel Arnup
    23 February 2016
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    Pimms & Lemonade always makes me think of summer!

  64. Laura Jeffs
    23 February 2016
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    Pimms

  65. Rob Griffiths
    23 February 2016
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    Cider

  66. Ray Dodds
    23 February 2016
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    Any blond ale

  67. Holly Gibson
    23 February 2016
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    Barbecues with the family!

  68. Matt Griffiths
    23 February 2016
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    Oakham Citra

  69. Lesley Bradley
    23 February 2016
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    Cider with loads of ice!

  70. Louise Asekokhai
    23 February 2016
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    A fruity cider

  71. Barbara Knight
    23 February 2016
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    A jug of Pimms.

  72. Louise Smith
    23 February 2016
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    Prosecco

  73. lyn burgess
    23 February 2016
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    Pimms or sangria

  74. Lyla
    23 February 2016
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    Ice cold lager

  75. Kristy Brown
    23 February 2016
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    Has to be Pimms

  76. Jo Carroll
    23 February 2016
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    Ice cold lemonade…preferably the homemade kind reminds me most of summer – either that or fridge chilled Cider. x

  77. Suzanne O'Neill
    23 February 2016
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    A cider with loads of ice

  78. Amanda Tanner
    23 February 2016
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    Cold pint of Thatchers Gold

  79. don erwood
    23 February 2016
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    A jug of Pimms

  80. Philippa Gerrard
    23 February 2016
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    Mojitas

  81. John J
    24 February 2016
    Reply

    Cider

  82. Bob Clark
    24 February 2016
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    CHAMPAGNE

  83. clair downham
    24 February 2016
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    jug of pimms even though i dont like it

  84. Kelly L
    24 February 2016
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    Malibu!

  85. Emma walters
    24 February 2016
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    cold cider over ice 🙂

  86. jennifer thorpe
    24 February 2016
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    gin & tonic

  87. gemma brown
    24 February 2016
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    archers and lemonade

  88. Margaret Clarkson
    24 February 2016
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    Pimms.

  89. Christine Caple
    24 February 2016
    Reply

    Pimms and lemonade

  90. P Millington
    24 February 2016
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    Pimms, lemonade and loads of fruit in it

  91. Carol Phile
    24 February 2016
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    Ice cold Budweiser makes me think of summer

  92. Mickie Bull
    24 February 2016
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    Cider out of a plastic tub!

  93. m knight
    24 February 2016
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    Pimms reminds me of summer

  94. Anna K
    25 February 2016
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    Definitely a Pimms,, nice refreshing summer drink.

  95. Brad Start
    25 February 2016
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    Cider, or failing that, any light beers.

  96. Katherine Teff
    25 February 2016
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    Cold lager out of the bottle.

  97. Sarah Brokenshire
    25 February 2016
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    sangria xx

  98. JULIE WARD
    25 February 2016
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    Cold refreshing ginger beer

  99. Stevie Fairbairn
    25 February 2016
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    A cold Stella Artois in the beer garden.

  100. david cavender
    25 February 2016
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    Pimms

  101. Maxine G
    25 February 2016
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    Mmm … a lovely German wheat beer …

  102. jo shrew
    25 February 2016
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    a nice cold lager

  103. Laura Pritchard
    25 February 2016
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    Archers & Lemonade

  104. Karen Painter
    26 February 2016
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    Homemade Lemonade

  105. John Massie
    27 February 2016
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    A cool crisp lager

  106. 27 February 2016
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    Homemade cider punch for me! I’m not a massive Pimms fan…

  107. Solange
    28 February 2016
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    Pimms and lemonade

  108. Julie Camm
    28 February 2016
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    A nice cold light beer…

  109. Brian Harrington
    28 February 2016
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    Pimms

  110. Darlene Maroni
    28 February 2016
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    Barbecues…pools..evening fires…and a nice cold beverage..

  111. Nat thomason
    28 February 2016
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    Pimms

  112. 28 February 2016
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    Pimms always makes me feel it’s summer

  113. Yvonne P
    29 February 2016
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    Chilled Corona with a wedge of lime, preferably in a beer garden!

  114. liz ferguson
    1 March 2016
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    beer or cider because i need a long cool drink in summer x

  115. Natasha Whenham
    1 March 2016
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    Love an alcoholic ginger beer in the summer. Although it’s been able to sit outside in a beer garden that really makes it amazing!

  116. 3 March 2016
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    Cider in the garden.

  117. Paul Wilson
    4 March 2016
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    Chilled cider makes me think of summer.

  118. Liam Bishop
    4 March 2016
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    Cloudy lemonade on ice. Reminds me of childhood seaside summer holidays!

  119. Mary Chez
    4 March 2016
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    Pimms

  120. Jo Hutchinson
    6 March 2016
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    The drink that makes me think of summer is a cold lager.

  121. Phyllis Ellett
    6 March 2016
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    It is my favourite drink, good old Pimm’s

  122. Natalie Gillham
    7 March 2016
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    A ice cold beer makes me think of summer

  123. 7 March 2016
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    Pimms

  124. Catriona Hutchinson
    7 March 2016
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    Shandy!

  125. Linda Thorn
    8 March 2016
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    I love smoothies as they are a way of art,
    With so many colours,
    But the best for me
    It’s got to be,
    Grapes and pineapple with it

  126. Michelle Carlin
    8 March 2016
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    Pimms – very summery

  127. Rebecca Pickering
    8 March 2016
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    An ice cold pint of shandy!

  128. Danielle Cresswell
    9 March 2016
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    Pink lemonade with loads of ice

  129. Helen Humphries
    9 March 2016
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    Pear Cider

  130. Anthea Holloway
    9 March 2016
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    Elderflower cordial (homemade) with sparkling wine.

  131. kimberley ryan
    9 March 2016
    Reply

    homemade lemonade

  132. Katie Skeoch
    9 March 2016
    Reply

    Gin & tonic, ice & a slice!

  133. gemma hendry
    9 March 2016
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    pimms makes me think of summer

  134. Rachel Butterworth
    9 March 2016
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    Crisp, ice cold apple cider.

  135. Joy Dehany
    9 March 2016
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    Pink lemonade makes me think of summer. Thank you.

  136. carole n
    9 March 2016
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    chilled cider

  137. Emily Hutchinson
    10 March 2016
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    Cider makes me think of summer, and silly cocktails if I’m on holiday!

  138. michelle o'neill
    10 March 2016
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    a nice cold beer x

  139. Cheryl Price
    11 March 2016
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    A nice pimms and lemonade

  140. Jo m welsh
    12 March 2016
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    Pineapple juice and lemonade

  141. susan B
    12 March 2016
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    An ice cold lager makes me think of summer.

  142. Ann Williams
    12 March 2016
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    Cider is the drink I associate with summer

  143. Rosie Holloway
    12 March 2016
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    Pimms and lemonade

  144. cheryl lovell
    12 March 2016
    Reply

    San Miguel!

  145. Alison Macdonald
    12 March 2016
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    Pimms 😉

  146. Martina Alban
    12 March 2016
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    Mojitos

  147. Hazel Rea
    12 March 2016
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    Ehderflower cordial always makes me think of balmy summer evenings.

  148. Paul von der Fecht
    12 March 2016
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    Cream soda over ice.

  149. Jacqueline Chapman
    13 March 2016
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    Pimms

  150. 13 March 2016
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    cider or pimms

  151. carol boffey
    13 March 2016
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    Lemonade

  152. Joanne Beale
    13 March 2016
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    Larger and Lime

  153. Mary Baldwin
    13 March 2016
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    Pimm’s

  154. donna l jones
    13 March 2016
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    lemonade and ice

  155. Angela Gordon
    13 March 2016
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    Ice cold lager in an iced glass

  156. Sandra Jo Siddall
    13 March 2016
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    Strawberry Kopparberg makes me think of Summer ????

  157. Lauren Old
    13 March 2016
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    Bulmers pear cider

  158. 13 March 2016
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    Pimms & Lemonade (Hic Hic)

  159. Sion Manley
    13 March 2016
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    Ice cold glass of fruity cider

  160. Bryanna M
    13 March 2016
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    Adnams Mosaic! 🙂 light, golden and great cold

  161. Claire Elizabeth Noke
    13 March 2016
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    Pimms & Lemonade with real fruit and cucumber 🙂

  162. Maddy
    13 March 2016
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    Ice-cold cider

  163. Debbie Preston
    13 March 2016
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    Summer fruit ciders

  164. Pete
    14 March 2016
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    Elderflower cordial

  165. Kim Neville
    14 March 2016
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    Ice cream soda

  166. Pimms or rose wine. I love a good cocktail on holiday too!

  167. sarah
    14 March 2016
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    pineapple juice

  168. Vicky Loveday
    14 March 2016
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    Ice cold sweet cider

  169. BECCA STAPLES
    14 March 2016
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    Pimms and lemonade x

  170. Julie
    14 March 2016
    Reply

    Ice cream cones!

  171. sandy ralph
    14 March 2016
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    a nice cold glass of lemonade makes me think of summer

  172. Elspeth MacMillan
    14 March 2016
    Reply

    A Jug of Pimms makes me think of Summer

  173. Michelle Wild
    14 March 2016
    Reply

    Dubonett.

  174. Dee McNicol
    14 March 2016
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    A chilled strawberry frambozen (or maybe two 🙂 )

  175. Sheri Darby
    14 March 2016
    Reply

    Cider

  176. Adrian Bold
    14 March 2016
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    Ice Cream Vans and Longer Evenings.

  177. Sue Dorking
    14 March 2016
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    Love a glass Of Pimms or an ice cold cider

  178. jessica cook
    14 March 2016
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    cider especially the fruity ones

  179. Anneka Hulse
    14 March 2016
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    malibu and pineapple

  180. Margery Lumsdaine
    14 March 2016
    Reply

    Carling – ice cold on a hot day 🙂

  181. Helen Gilbert
    14 March 2016
    Reply

    Strawberry Daiquiri…

  182. Kim Styles
    14 March 2016
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    Sangria -I make this as it reminds me of spanish holidays!

  183. Kirsty Woods
    14 March 2016
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    Has to be pimms with cucumber

  184. Gillian Hutchison
    14 March 2016
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    shandy

  185. Hayley Colburn
    14 March 2016
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    the smell of BBQ food

  186. Ruth Wollerton
    14 March 2016
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    Pimms

  187. 14 March 2016
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    Lemonade and Lime

  188. Jane Middleton
    14 March 2016
    Reply

    Pimms

  189. ellie spider
    15 March 2016
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    cider 🙂 its what I have when I am camping

  190. Stevey H
    15 March 2016
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    A nice cold iced cider :p

  191. aice lightning
    15 March 2016
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    iced fiery ginger beer or homemade lemonade deliciously refreshing

  192. A.E. ADKINS
    15 March 2016
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    Pimms or Sangaria – both with fresh fruit of course

  193. Geoff Hibbert
    15 March 2016
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    Cider with ice

  194. Lucy Carter
    15 March 2016
    Reply

    Pimms and lemonade

  195. Dawn Underwood
    15 March 2016
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    A nice cold cider

  196. Marc C
    15 March 2016
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    a nice cold beer!

  197. Claire Reavy
    15 March 2016
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    I love pims, especially the strawberry variety.

  198. Samantha Atherton
    15 March 2016
    Reply

    Pimms

  199. Andrea A
    15 March 2016
    Reply

    Cider

  200. Diana
    15 March 2016
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    Very cold beer!

  201. Maria Jane Knight
    15 March 2016
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    A summer berries fruit cider!

  202. robert sharman
    15 March 2016
    Reply

    fruit cider

  203. Lisa Lewis
    15 March 2016
    Reply

    Pimms or fruit cider x

  204. Maggie Osborn
    15 March 2016
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    Pimms!
    🙂

  205. Bridgette West
    15 March 2016
    Reply

    Shandy 😀

  206. Jayne Townson
    15 March 2016
    Reply

    An ice cold glass of lemonade, thanks for the lovely giveaway.

  207. Lynne OConnor
    15 March 2016
    Reply

    Pimms or cider

  208. Natalie Crossan
    15 March 2016
    Reply

    Pimms

  209. 15 March 2016
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    Iced tea makes me think of summer.

  210. Simon Keeping
    15 March 2016
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    Summer is Cider !!

  211. Melanie Burton
    15 March 2016
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    A lovely glass of Pimms and Lemonade

  212. Kate w
    15 March 2016
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    A strawberry beer or sangria!

  213. Victoria Dixon
    15 March 2016
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    Pimms with a load of strawberries and oranges thrown in and loads of ice – perfect summer drink!

  214. tina edwards
    15 March 2016
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    pimms with lots of fressh fruit

  215. 15 March 2016
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    Shandy

  216. Aaron Milne
    15 March 2016
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    Pimms No 1 or a cold beer – great summertime drinks

  217. Chris Fletcher
    15 March 2016
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    I love a fruity summer ale!

  218. 15 March 2016
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    Homemade lemonade

  219. Kerry W
    15 March 2016
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    Strawberry and lime cider does it for me!

  220. Karen R
    15 March 2016
    Reply

    Cider or white wine and soda make me think of summer 🙂

  221. Alix Smith
    15 March 2016
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    Pimms always makes me think of summer – only ever drink it in a pub garden or at a BBQ

  222. 15 March 2016
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    Pimms – its a true summer drink!!

  223. Gill Mitchell
    15 March 2016
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    Red wine mixed with lemonade and ice. Very refreshing 😀

  224. Kate Smith
    15 March 2016
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    Pimms

  225. esther james
    15 March 2016
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    Mojitos!

  226. 15 March 2016
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    Pimms!

  227. jackie curran
    15 March 2016
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    pimms and lemonade

  228. Jaelin Farrow
    15 March 2016
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    Chilled lemonade or a No 16 Bulmers! 😛

  229. Dave Higgins
    15 March 2016
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    A cold beer with friends in a nice garden,and a BBQ on the go!

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