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    Quote Originally Posted by london calling View Post
    Some very good beers yesterday both Jo C,s were good.the Siren -Jack Tar,Hopstuff -fusilier but the best was the mystery beer I drank in the Taproom.Not a new beer for me so I didn,t write it down but I think it was
    Siren -soundwave..Really stunning and was going to have another but realised I had hit the wall as far as drinking went.(obviously this was before I hit the Floor at Northfields )
    Yes I had Soundwave in the Taproom according to my notes.
    "Everybody's got to believe in something. I believe I'll have another beer."
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    Late again

    Daleside - Old Leg Over
    Ossett - Galaxy
    Roosters - Londinium
    Roosters - Fort Smith
    Alechemy - 10 Storey Malt Bomb
    Hop Studio - Blonde
    Brew Company - Simcoe
    Knaresborough - Expresso Stout
    Marston - Oyster Stout
    Ilkley - Mary Jane
    Rudgate - Ruby Mild
    Moorhouses - Blonde Witch
    Copper Dragon - Golden Pippin
    Caledonian - Auld Aquaintance
    Kirkstall - Three Swords
    Theakston - XB
    Harviestoun - Old Engine Oil
    Taylors - Landlord

    A few dark ones this week and BOTW is dark Harviestoun - Old Engine Oil

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    Those that drink beer are the best

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    Some good stuff in Norwich, including Yakima Gold and Fat Cat Marmalade at the Fat Cat but, having missed two buses due to (strike) crowding on Thursday, I treated myself to a pint of Kernel IPA at the Holborn Whippet. When I say treat, I mean it - it came in at a flat fiver!!

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    Despite lots of decent beers at Fleetwood Beer Festival the BOTW is still going to come from The Baum.

    I decided to try a Hawkshead Dry Stone Stout after I'd had a couple of light & hoppy beers, just for a change.

    I've always liked the beer, but it was on superb form and one turned into three. Excellent.
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