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    On my list,having walked past it ,having already...

    On my list,having walked past it ,having already eaten and drank at The Old Hill Inn where I experienced Aviator.
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    I used to have a stash of Riggwelters,must...

    I used to have a stash of Riggwelters,must replenish in due course. Rigg was frequently found and enjoyed on my Autumnal forages around the Dales, but seemed to be less available of late.. Can't say...
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    Ho...

    Ho Hum.https://www.theguardian.com/food/2020/apr/01/hop-to-it-researchers-pinpoint-why-belgian-beers-dont-keep
    Note: posted in Grauniad after noon.
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    The Government Guidance is on the Charles Faram's...

    The Government Guidance is on the Charles Faram's website.
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    65,though I doubt if the pubs will be open for my...

    65,though I doubt if the pubs will be open for my birthday in May.I should think that supplies of the good stuff will have dried up by then, too.
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    When Ashford Cattle Market was held in the old...

    When Ashford Cattle Market was held in the old town centre site the Golden Arrrow sped past en route to Folkestone and the continent:that was the limit of my Train spotting.
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    I agree up to a point, but pubs offer a sense of...

    I agree up to a point, but pubs offer a sense of community that can't be afforded by visiting a cafe or hanging out in the park. I would like to think that cabin fever will promote mass pub visiting.
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    I reckon shit beer is all we'll get once the pubs...

    I reckon shit beer is all we'll get once the pubs are allowed to reopen, going by the speed brewery web shops are depleting.I've just ordered a month of weekends worth of cans, but am dubious of...
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    Sounds good, though my knowledge of Steam is...

    Sounds good, though my knowledge of Steam is limited,and Rock after about 1975.
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    Most of the old oasts by us are round,the newer...

    Most of the old oasts by us are round,the newer ones square, and the working ones not really recognisable.On our Boris walk today , we passed a ruinous 3 roundel oast, the kilns of brick, while the...
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    In no particular order,taken from those pubs...

    In no particular order,taken from those pubs visited in 2018,2019 and 2020 upto Closure. This explains the non appearance of the Red Lion, Snargate, and other favourites.

    Surrey OaksNewdigate
    The...
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    Luverly.

    Luverly.
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    [QUOTE=sheffield hatter;106455] 23...

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    23 Cover Bridge Inn, Wensleydale - my top pub visited this year
    26 Half Way House, Brenchley, Tonbridge
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    Lovely! Some round here have been strung for a...

    Lovely! Some round here have been strung for a while now-I don't know whether they survived the winter storms.
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    As a matter of interest, for how long would an...

    As a matter of interest, for how long would an untapped cask of cask beer remain drinkable, in the event of a reopening sometime during the summer?
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    Farming: we are not customer facing,so are pretty...

    Farming: we are not customer facing,so are pretty socially isolated anyway, and it looks as if supplying the food chain might be acceptible again.However,Mrs W has a very small plant nursery, and all...
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    Sticky: Pubs were closed before I could get to 'em.We'll...

    Pubs were closed before I could get to 'em.We'll have to start to think about bottles and cans I suppose.
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    90 more than me!

    90 more than me!
  19. Very sorry to hear this,take care.

    Very sorry to hear this,take care.
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    Take away would be good, and could work. Has...

    Take away would be good, and could work. Has anyone experience of on line beer distributors/websites? I had thought of ordering direct from the brewery,but the small firms I would like to support...
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    Probably would: our neighbour exports his Golding...

    Probably would: our neighbour exports his Golding Hops to the US Crafties. He also grows UK Chinooks.
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    Sticky: Kent,East Sussex: Larkins-Porter 5.2%abv:A...

    Kent,East Sussex:

    Larkins-Porter 5.2%abv:A cheering sight, and probably good physic.Dried fruit, bitter chocolate.
    Long Man-American Pale Ale 4.8%abv:Bit tired,perhaps,but mellow.
    Burning...
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    Seconded.

    Seconded.
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    I remember Stones, or was it Wards,from a visit...

    I remember Stones, or was it Wards,from a visit to I think Rotherham in about 1976.Can't remember much about it, to be fair. Stones used to be available in the free trade in Kent for some time,...
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    Sticky: Surrey: Tillingbourne: Dormouse 3.8%abv - ...

    Surrey:

    Tillingbourne: Dormouse 3.8%abv -
    Dark amber,malty Bitter with a strange metallic back taste.Not really my taste, buts helps fund a Dormouse recovery project.
    Tillingbourne:Hop Troll...
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