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    Default Beer of the Week (w/e 27th May 2012)

    Real Ale Ray: George Wright Pure Blonde
    Spinko: Thornbridge Jaipur
    Oggwyn Trench: Hobsons Twisted Spire
    Thuck Phat: TT Landlord
    Redwillow: Smokeless
    oldboots: Houston Challenger
    Old Blue: Ringwood 49er
    Wittenden: Mighty Oak Captain Bob
    aleandhearty: Fernandes Great Northern
    Alesonly: Redemption Pail Ale
    ROBCamra: Buxton Bank Top
    PubSignMan: Summer Wine Resistance
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    Some nice beers this week:

    George Wright - Pure Blonde
    George Wright - Blue Moon
    George Wright - Roman Black
    George Wright - Marks Mild

    George Wright Pure Blonde 4.6 - BOTW

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    Elland - Tangy Zizzle
    Kirkstall - Pale
    Kirkstall - Three Swords
    Thornbridge - Jaipur - seems to be back to its best, and only £1.99 in the Stick Or Twist JDW in Leeds.

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    Quiet week this week , not helped by four of the Stations guest beers running out just as i walk in

    Hobsons - Twisted Spire
    Salopian - Darwins Origin
    Purple Moose - Revelation Ale
    Purple Moose - Glaslyn
    Theakstons - Double Cross IPA
    Blakemere - Gold
    Ironbridge - Citra

    BOTW Hobsons - Twisted Spire , only 3.6% but full of flavour , just right for these warm evenings
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    A varied week but not of the highest quality.
    Brentwood Porter
    Copthorne Finest Hour
    Batemans XXXB
    Butcombe Mendip Spring
    Deuchars IPA
    Shepherd Neame Spitfire
    Everards Tiger
    TT Landlord
    Oakham Bishops Farewell

    A fair number of regionals and nationals there, Lincolnshire doesn't appear to offer a wide range of choice. Nonethless, the Tiger and TT Landlord were both good and, as ever, the Bishops was exceptional. BOTW TT Landlord.

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    I had the good fortune to be on the PuG crawl around Carshalton and there were some excellent beers on at The Hope festival.BOTW was Redwillow Smokeless,a very fine strong stout.

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    Some good names on the list but quite a few were in poor condition, BOTW is the Houston Challenger

    Deuchars IPA
    Cobra Lager
    An Tealach Ale
    An Tealach Crofters Pale Ale
    Isle of Skye Red Cullin
    Isle of Skye Black Cullin
    Plockton Plockton Bay
    Houston Challenger
    Houston Peters Well
    Houston Slainte
    Harviestoun Bitter & Twisted
    Dent Golden Fleece
    Abbeydale Deception
    Hopback Summer Lightning
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    The Nags has been on form this week and there are a number of beers that would walk BOTW on a quieter week.

    Highlights - Dark Star APA, Titanic Mild and Windsor & Eton Kohinoor.

    Winner is Windsor & Eton Kohinoor. Absolutely stunning beer and you should all drink as much of it as possible. It's a Jubilee beer so may not around for long.
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    Hopback Crop Circle, Spring Zing and GFB
    Shepherd Neame Whitstable Bay
    Nichloson's (St. Austell) Pale Ale
    GK London Glory and St. Edmunds
    St. Austell Tribute
    Sharps Doombar
    Ringwood Best and 49er
    Wadworth 6X
    Dorset Brewing Co Jurassic
    Otter
    Palmers Dorset Gold and Copper Ale
    Badger Hopping Hare and Tanglefoot

    Don't think I've ever had such a long list of largely mediocre ales, though I guess that's what a few days in Dorset can do for you. The Ringwood 49er best floated my boat, in the Sailors Return in Chaldon Herring, although the Otter and Jurassic have seemed to be on quite good form as well
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    Not bad by my standards:two visits-one planned, one impromptu.

    Mighty Oak: Captain Bob-Very flavoursome mid brown session bitter:great East Anglian malt,tempered by esoteric hops:seaweed and gooseberries.Grand stuff.
    Old Dairy: Red Top-a great example of a proper earthy English Bitter.
    Harveys:Knots of May light MILD. Alas not at its best, getting towards the end of the barrel.
    Larkins:Traditional.A light mild, a boy's bitter,who knows? So much flavour for such a modest ABV. My favourite session beer.
    My BOTW-Mighty Oak-Captain Bob
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