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    Another quiet week, though I did manage one pub visit, where I enjoyed W J King Horsham Best Bitter, a resinous,sweetish malt led best. Not very exciting.
    "At that moment I would have given a kingdom, not for champagne or hock and soda, or hot coffee but for a glass of beer" Marquess Curzon of Kedlestone, Viceroy of India.

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    The spring beers are beginning to come in thick and fast, probably my favourite beer time and the Beartown Bearly Spring at my local Ivy Leaf was the best beer I had all week!

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    Another quiet week for me, with a chest infection hindering the bibbing, somewhat. Tried:

    Elgoods - Black Dog.
    Rat - Dirty Rat.
    Ossett - Silver King.
    Ossett - Big Red.

    A bit disappointed with the Black Dog, so it's between the SK and the Dirty Rat. I'll say the DR.
    'Is life worth living? It all depends on the liver.' William James.

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    I enjoyed a few decent beers this week, but by far the best was Dorking Black - as good a pint of mild as I've had in a long time.

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    I Had some good Ales this week but this was the best by far so its my Ale of the week.
    Titanic 1912 - 4.8% ABV

    Titanic Brewery, Staffordshire.
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    ( We don't stock any Real Ales as theres Just no call for it.)

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    It was Simons 40th birthday (the landlord) at the Baum on Saturday, so of course he arranged for several of his favourite beers to be on the bar.

    Mallinsons Castle Hill, Stadium & Clodhopper and Marble Manchester Bitter & Draft along side several other guest ales.

    Clodhopper and Manchester Bitter came on first and the Marble lasted 3 hours 35 minutes for a 9 (72 pints).

    The Clodhopper lasted 4 hours.

    The Draft replaced the Manchester and lasted 4 hours 5 minutes.

    It must be great to have your birthday do in your own pub and rake in the takings.

    He did put on a whole pig roast with all the trimmings though and a face painter & a balloon artist for the kids in the upstaire room.

    BOTW will have to be Marble Draft, I drank quite a lot of it on Saturday night (and some of Sunday morning)
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