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GOOD DOG ALE


Reviewed by ANDRE BEAUMONT


Good Dog Ale - Makes you want to sit and stay - comes from Wyken Vineyards. Made with the Liberty hop using Wyken's own Suffolk barley, it varies a little from bottle to bottle, has a translucent amber colour and subjectively has a chalky, thin taste that it shares with Wyken's award winning Bacchus wine. This I find compelling; it's not heavy like some nearby English ales and more refined. It is low fizz. It not so much makes you want to stay as makes it very recognizable from bottle to bottle and makes you want to come back for another but then Good Dog wasn't doing much sitting either.


Good Dog lives at the Wyken Hall estate.





Here is her video (downloadable, 9 Mb): [1]

There is a second black dog that lives on the estate.

(Black rescue dogs may be hard to place but if there are as many videos of the late Bonaparte as there are of his owner, he is commercial. With Good Dog, and now Bonaparte appearing as a furry friend, who said black dogs aren't commercial!)



She lives with other animals.