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Father Thames Is Bitter


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A new beer has emerged from the UK-based Windsor & Eton Brewery – a bitter they have named Father Thames – after the ancient river god they claim has been worshipped in London since pre-Roman times [but which also could be a clever wordplay on “Father Time” if you so desire to view it that way].

Using local British barley and hops, Father Thames is 4.8% alcohol by volume and is said to produce notes of toffee and caramel.

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