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    Only the one fleeting pub visit this week:
    Rother Valley Brewery co-MILD 3.8%ABV: a dark ,dry MILD with a fair amount of hops.My BOTW.
    on the bottled beer front, I've been drinking Old Dairy's Sitting Bull abv 5.9%, using an experimental US hop. Good, but teeth -cleaningly hopped.Formulated by the deliveryman, a keen homebrewew. I haven't seen this on draught, but gather that it is a "marmite" beer.Interesting.
    "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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    Pin-Up Beers - Red Head
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    A pretty easy choice of brewery just which of their IPAs?

    Durham Guide me Home
    Ilkley Everest
    Daleside Blonde
    Brains British Summer
    Leeds Pale
    Hambleton Steeple Stuff
    Ilkley Joshua Jane
    Marstons Jennings Cumberland Ale
    Thwaites Wainwright
    Rudgate Blonde
    Nine Standards Silver Standard
    Ilkley Mary Jane
    Walls Gundog Bitter
    Kirkstall Dissolution IPA
    Daleside Old Leg Over
    Okells Steam Beer
    Kirkstall Three Swords
    Copper Dragon Golden Pippin
    Hambleton Herriott Ale

    This time it's the weaker one Kirkstall Three Swords

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    Very quiet week for me, with just one beer tried. However, the Tour de Yorkshire Dales, brewed by the Yorkshire Dales Brew Co, was in superb nick at the George Inn, Hubberholme. After a good walk in the surrounding Wharfedale countryside, it really hit the spot.
    'And where he supped the past lived still. And where he sipped the glass brimmed full' John Barleycorn, Carol Ann Duffy.

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    Despite a couple of days in Sheffield last week my BOTW wasn't tried there although it was brewed there.

    Kelham Island King Of The Rocket Men it was the top selling seasonal last year, so they've brewed it again this year.

    That was a very good decision as it was excellent when tried in The Baum.
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