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    Default Beer of the Week (w/e 12th May 2013)

    Mobyduck: Dark Star Revelation
    london calling: Sharp's Black Rock IPA
    trainman: East London Brewing Jamboree
    Oggwyn Trench: Coach House Honey Pot
    Wittenden: Farrier's Arms 1606
    Bucking Fastard: Falstaff Plato Mild
    Real Ale Ray: Oakham JHB
    Thuck Phat: Oakham Bishops Farewell
    aleandhearty: Red Squirrel Hopfest
    Aqualung: Windsor and Eton Conqueror Black IPA
    ROBCamra: Welbeck Abbey Henrietta Grande
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    Its been all Darkstar this week,
    Genesis
    Revelation
    Hophead
    American Pale Ale

    The winner this week is the nice but rather dangerous Revelation.
    "Everybody's got to believe in something. I believe I'll have another beer."
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    lots of dark beers this week inc
    xt -pi mild
    glastonbury -black as yer at
    binghams -smiled
    greenjack -albion mild
    but my fav was
    sharps black rock ipa

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    East London Brewing: Jamboree

    Sampled yesterday at the splendid, new-to-me, Barley Mow, where the line-up also included Maldon Gold and Darkstar APA.
    Shame the rest of the day didn't pan out quite so well...

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    Bad planning this week means only two pubs visited

    Coach House - Honey Pot
    Coach House - Cheshire Gold
    Wye Valley - Butty Bach

    BOTW Coach House - Honey Pot
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    Quote Originally Posted by trainman View Post
    East London Brewing: Jamboree

    Sampled yesterday at the splendid, new-to-me, Barley Mow, where the line-up also included Maldon Gold and Darkstar APA.
    Shame the rest of the day didn't pan out quite so well...
    Hmm, commiserations JB, felt the same last week after our play-off exit to a park team. Wigan were Alty's big rivals in the Northern Premier League when I first started watching them!

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    Two great Kentish bitters:
    Farrier's Arms-1606: a 3.7abv session bitter-mid brown,rich malt and a long bitter finish.
    Goacher's-House Ale:3.8abv.Earthy and peppery, my kind of beer.
    Two fine beers that I could have drunk all night, but unfortunately reality got in the way.
    My BOTW-Farrier's Arms 1606: a beer from a micro that I hadn't tried before, and which wasn't indiscriminately stuffed with random hops.
    "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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    A bit of variety during a half decent week.

    Navigation - Gold
    Timothy Taylor - Ram Tam
    Timothy Taylor - Golden Best
    Copper Dragon - Golden Pippin
    Tetley - Bitter
    Falstaff - Plato MILD
    Dark Star - American Pale Ale (3 pint test passed with flying colours)
    Dark Star - Revelation
    Titanic - Nautical Mild (wont please purists,very bitter finish)


    BOTW goes to Falstaff Plato Mild,the 4.4% helped give it a bit more body and drinking it in the Royal Oak,Ockbrook only added to the enjoyment.Not far from M1 J25 and in the running for POTM if you will excuse me going off topic for a second.
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    Oakham - JHB

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    Oakham Bishops Farewell

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