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    Tracked down the excellent Larkins Porter in the Ragged Trousers, Tunbridge Wells - just the job!

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    Bottle conditioned Stonehouse (variety!) on the Llangollen Railway in the buffet car.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlanH View Post
    Bottle conditioned Stonehouse (variety!) on the Llangollen Railway in the buffet car.
    More Stonehouse! between trains in the Chain Bridge Hotel (waiting for the buffet car train to come back).

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    Indoors drinking a bottle of Fullers -Imperial ipa 10.5 best before date 2027.At my age I am not taking a chance.Good but I prefer the Fullers -Vintage ale.

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    I'm not out tonight so I'm working my way through this lot,

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    most of the back row plus the Wychwood Imperial Red are done now (it was a raffle prize), currently finishing the Taddy Porter with Hacker Pschorr Oktoberfest next then the religious stuff - well it is Sunday. The lurkers at the back are York Guzzler and Saltaire Triple Chocoholic.

    Hopefully it will last till midnight but there's a bottle of Laphroaig on standby just in case.

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    Happy New Year folks. After watching Wycombe at Forest Green and given the proximity, thought I'd drop into the much-lauded Salutation at Ham. Great service, friendly locals and a belting pint of Redemption Fellowship Porter. I've been in better pubs than this, but this is a gem and well worth a visit.
    "Breakneck speed we drown ten pints of bitter"

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    Adnams Broadside, 6.3% in a bottle, at home.
    It really is a lovely late evening beer and, often available at £1.50, top abv (alcohol-by-value!)

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    Church Farm brewery IPA - very nice ...


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