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Two friends from Newport, Wales and New York, USA share pictures of their passion for beer. Read more...

Tagged: borough market

The Rake is a tiny bar located on the edge of Borough Market, London. Despite being so small it still manages to pack in a dozen or so draught beers and two huge fridges stocked with a wide variety of British and foreign beers and ciders. If you are wondering why it's so quiet it's because I visited at 10:15am on a Saturday morning! Left Hand Good Juju still tastes great first thing in the morning. The lens I used was a Sigma 4.5mm fisheye on a Canon 40D.

These very large bottles of La Vieille Bon-Secours were spotted at the Utobeer stall in Borough Market, London. Weighing in at 6l and 15l the beer is often cited as being the most expensive in the world. At £469 for the 15l bottle, that does equate to an expensive pint. The smaller 6l bottles were 'cheaper' at £96 and the Samichlaus cost £75. And the Duvel glass is actually a large 3l version!

These very large bottles of La Vieille Bon-Secours were spotted at the Utobeer stall in Borough Market, London. Weighing in at 6l and 15l the beer is often cited as being the most expensive in the world. At £469 for the 15l bottle, that does equate to an expensive pint. The smaller 6l bottles were 'cheaper' at £96 and the Samichlaus cost £75. And the Duvel glass is actually a large 3l version!