No this isn't sweet, but that one (my preferred one) is strong. It's quite common now for ales to be that strong .you have to be very careful. It's why I don't normally drink at all or if I do, it's a no driving policy with a no ifs, no buts, no questions policy.
I actually kept four, my dad had the other Male crab. I tend to only keep one or two and I usually let the females go as they are the next generation.A great haul!
Yes, spider crab. Absolutely delish. They are much sought after in the Channel Islands.Are they a species of spider crab?
I've never tasted them. I love crab so I'm sure I'd like them. Its not very possible to find them here. Whitstable (nearest fish port) doesn't get them - I think they are more commonly found in South West England.Yes, spider crab. Absolutely delish. They are much sought after in the Channel Islands.
I asked on a local Facebook group who preferred spider crab to chancre (brown edible crab same as Cromer crab) out of over a 100 replies all but one said spider crab.