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Arran Dark

Bryggeri Type Farve Land Alkoholprocent
The Arran Brewery Ale Rav Skotland 4.3 %
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Dufter dejligt krydret af tørhumle, og ikke af den amerikanske citrusslags der er så udbredt, men en mere aromatisk krydret engelsk eller måske slovensk humle.
Skumdannelsen er svag, men ser rigtigt flot ud lige når den er hældt op, desværre er holdbarheden ikke specielt god. Smagen er behageligt ristet og med en let frugtighed og svag aromahumle, der harmonerer godt sammen. Eftersmagen har en mere udtalt smag chokolademalt, og i stedet for den sædvanlige bitterhumlede smag sidder man i stedet tilbage med en behageligt krydret smag af tørhumle, der varer rigtigt længe.


Kommentar skrevet af hjIwQIxepq - 22/10-15
Richard Fitting in a two-way cycle route, widened fhtptaoos and green space in its self a huge task. Mixing it with the idea of pedestrianisation of the quays is likely to kill off both ideas.This area of Dublin is restricted in the amount of road space available given we’re dealing with a city centre which heavily relives on buses, and motorised access is needed to shops for deliveries, and to houses and apartment blocks for car owners.Look at the parallel streets:Northside: Benburb Street is taken by the Luas and access; Arbour Hill narrows so that it’s hard for two large cars to pass each other, even where there’s no parking; and the North Circular Road has wider sections but is generally no wider than a traffic lane in each direction plus cycle lanes.Southside: James’s Street narrows to one lane in each direction and there’s nothing between James’s Street and Cork Street worth talking about (Cork Street isn’t parallel and has its own problems.Paris is looking at removing sections of the river-side motorway, but there’s still bus lanes and traffic lanes on the streets above the motorway. As for what happened in Edinburgh – it’s not comparable given the higher degree of segregation needed for a two-way cycle route on the quays. @ Hugh – the suggestion is for [1] two-way traffic on the south quays, or [2] two-way buses on the south quays and keeping traffic on both the north and south quays. Although Rachael and Richard are suggesting doing so, the main idea is not close the main artery.@Dave – There’s no cycle “lane” as such. It’s a two-way cycle “track” or “path”, segregated from the bus or traffic lane. It’s a different beast! Because of the two-way nature of the route, if it was on the left in the picture, there’d be even more conflicts with traffic and bus passengers. It’s also poor practice to put cycle paths at the same level as fhtptaoos.

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