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    You must be getting confused with Eddie and and his boiling teabags. I must be getting round to trying his recipe out for a cup of tea.

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    Nearly forgot, my BotW choice was easy, the Beast...
    Pubs are a hobby, real ale is a passion. Oh, and like me dogs, fear no evil..........

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    Sorry for my very late entry to this one! Have been off sunning myself on the Costa del Sol. Thanks to Conrad for handling most of my workload on the site for the week and an even bigger thanks to all the members who kept him very busy!!

    Anyway, my BotW was a Hobgoblin that I had at the Globe Inn at the North Terminal of Gatwick. Kind of wish I'd flown from the South Terminal though, at least they have a JDW there and I may have actually had some choice!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave M View Post
    Kind of wish I'd flown from the South Terminal though, at least they have a JDW there and I may have actually had some choice!
    From my experience Airport 'Spoons are pretty basic when it comes to ale selection - you'd probably have ended up with Ruddles.
    Last edited by RogerB; 07-03-2010 at 17:04. Reason: typo

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    Quote Originally Posted by RogerB View Post
    From my experience Airport 'Spoons are pretty basic when it comes to ale selection - you'd probably have neded up with Ruddles.
    Yes, I'm sure that is the case, although rpadams review of The Village Inn gave me hope of a WJ King brewery offering, which would've been a new one for me.

    I had checked the review before leaving but got a little confused about which Terminal I was going from

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