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    Try here...

    Try here, next time you're up north. Lovely pub in a very nice village and a beautiful valley. If things ever go back to normal.
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    I like Old Peculier too, but I'm not impressed...

    I like Old Peculier too, but I'm not impressed with the bottled version. The cask version has a complexity of flavour, whereas in bottle the sweetness dominates. Riggwelter from the bottle is pretty...
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    I would be envious if it weren't for the obvious...

    I would be envious if it weren't for the obvious fact that that too is currently closed. (I've fixed it for you. ;) )
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    Last night at the Sheffield Hatter's Inn

    Another Abbeydale can, this time Call to Adventure, an 8.2% double IPA, with ekuanot and mosaic hops. I actually enjoyed this more than I thought I would, especially after reading the blurb on the...
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    :) I'm afraid all those Abbeydale 440ml cans...

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    I'm afraid all those Abbeydale 440ml cans are a bit pricey. I paid just over £20 for four cans - three Abbeydale, the other one was a Wilde Child/Bad Co Imperial Stout 10.5%
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    OMG - there's a long version? I always try to get...

    OMG - there's a long version? I always try to get out of the pub before the first chorus.
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    Last night at the Sheffield Hatter's Inn

    A couple of so-so beers last night at the Sheffield Hatter's Inn. I bought a few more cans at the Dram Shop last week, one of them was a saison with rye and nettles from Abbeydale. (Click the blurb...
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    Yes, a hard act to follow. I can remember...

    Yes, a hard act to follow.

    I can remember records that my parents and uncles had in the 50s: Leadbelly, Lonnie Donegan, Chris Barber, Buddy Holly. Then me and my brothers would get the occasional...
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    2525 was a dreadful song that I think must have...

    2525 was a dreadful song that I think must have been bought exclusively by 12 year old boys.

    Whereas the Rolf Harris was bought by their mothers.😜
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    Yes, it's working now, but navigating my way...

    Yes, it's working now, but navigating my way through Wikipedia to finally arrive at the number 1 singles in July 1966 took forever. And when I got there it was exactly what I expected: Sunny...
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    I'm getting an "invalid attachment" warning.

    I'm getting an "invalid attachment" warning.
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    Hmmm, nice one!

    Hmmm, nice one!
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    Take It Or Leave It is by Jagger-Richards; the...

    Take It Or Leave It is by Jagger-Richards; the Stones did it on Aftermath.
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    No need to apologise. We need all the laughs we...

    No need to apologise. We need all the laughs we can get.
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    Without any research: 5. The Tower Tavern ...

    Without any research:

    5. The Tower Tavern

    9. The Old Bull & Bush

    10. Angel, Elephant & Castle, Swiss Cottage, Royal Oak... , ...

    11. The Eagle
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    There was a restaurant there, but there's a pub...

    There was a restaurant there, but there's a pub not far from the foot of it called The Tower Tavern
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    1) Shipstones, Home Ales and Kimberley (AKA...

    1) Shipstones, Home Ales and Kimberley (AKA Hardy's and Hansons)*
    2) Christine Perfect/McVie (Fleetwood Mac)
    7) Benskins (Watford), ABC (Aylesbury Brewing Company), Ansells (Birmingham) (I realise...
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    Some more songs from juke boxes from the same...

    Some more songs from juke boxes from the same era:

    I used to go in the long-closed Shakespeare in Lancaster in the early 1980s. With two or three friends we used to play pool and put some records...
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    Haven't heard Transmission for more than 30...

    Haven't heard Transmission for more than 30 years! I'd forgotten how good the performance was from all four.
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    I remember him! Didn't get a good look at him,...

    I remember him! Didn't get a good look at him, but I'm sure I'd know him again. Weirdo!
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    Yes, I've heard of it but apparently the guy who...

    Yes, I've heard of it but apparently the guy who wrote it put a T where it should have mutated to a D! (It was later corrected to a D.)
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    Here's a clue:...

    Here's a clue: http://forums.pubsgalore.co.uk/showthread.php?17173-Sheffield
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    Thanks for prompting me to improve my general...

    Thanks for prompting me to improve my general knowledge! Did a bit of Googling, not so that I could answer the questions, but to see if it would spark any interest. Without Google I was able to have...
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    This is off-topic I know, but I came across a...

    This is off-topic I know, but I came across a curved bench in this pub the other week (sorry, no photos).
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    Just kidding! See you next time. Was that...

    Just kidding!

    See you next time. Was that last orders?
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