It's Rekorderlig Strawberry and Lime Cider. You will also be please to hear that I drank it from the bottle, and did not go in for this silly "ice and a pint glass" craze. In the UK it can be found HERE, and at any major supermarket from the looks of it. They also do some other funky flavours. Click the picture above to go to the official website (in English).
I also went out into central Londinium a couple of weeks ago with a couple of friends to see my Turkish friend, and we happened upon a nice little pub in the Chinatown/Soho area serving exclusively Samuel Smith brewery products. I sampled the Pure Brewed Lager and the Old Brewery Pale Ale. Very nice, with a lovely flavour to them, with both being very distinct from one another
black bart wrote:I think I've mentioned this before but I did enjoy a very nice drop of ale in Greenwich Village once...it was Fullers London Pride!
You found the delectable London Pride, the pinnacle of Chiswick brewing, in New York? Now I really have heard everything! New York peeps (that means you, Bacon and PK), get there now and taste it. This is a good example of a light English Bitter.
daftbeaker wrote:The UK people (apart from the awesome Roland that's tried it before) might be shocked to find Murkins can make lager with flavour
You remembered! It is a nice beer, but I only had the one pint. I tend to drift between different beers from pint to pint if the pub has a selection i've never seen before, but when I start to really feel it, I couldn't give a monkey's what i'm drinking.