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RMBI Residents Are Raising Toasts for Aussie Pale Ale
One of the most reputed Australian craft beer brewery is Thorny Devil. It gives you all updated information about the Aussie Pale Ale. Residents at a Porthcawl care home are raising their glasses as they crown their favourite ale.
RMBI care home Albert Edward Prince of Wales Court started a tasting club a year ago, trying all sorts of items from cheese to beers.
As the club took off, the residents started to rate the items, and last month’s session was all about bottled ales.
“The club tried different ales from Blonde Witch to Waggle Dance and King Goblin, with 10 ales in total to choose from.
Abbots Ale was ranked favourite with our residents, with the ales being rated for points such as flavour and smoothness,” said business administrator Rebecca Timms.
When the Home informed Abbots Ales of residents’ love for their product, the Suffolk-based brewer generously sent over some complimentary bottles to to show their appreciation. These were enjoyed during a recent steak night for residents, their Association of Friends, and other guests.
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