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    Boating in the Yorkshire, Lancashire and Greater Manchester threw up a fine selection:

    Goose Eye - Maillot Jaune
    Ilkley - Lotus IPA*
    Five Points - Railway Porter
    Acorn - Sur Votre Velo
    TT - Landlord
    Bradfield - Farmers Pale Ale
    Saltaire - Blonde
    Green Mill - Stellar*
    Silver Street - Wild Flower
    Green Mill - Delta Star IPA*
    Elland - 1872 Porter*
    Dowton - Apple Blossom
    Oakham - Bishops Farewell*
    Magic Rock - Ringmaster
    Blackjack - The OC*
    Marble - Now Then*
    Marble - Lagonda IPA*
    Marble - Summer*
    Marble - Ginger*
    Marble - Earl Grey IPA*
    Marble - Dobber*

    A fine range and it was all good. The Marble beers were all superb with the Summer being described as "a staggering achievement" by one of the crew.
    As Mr. Fastard has noted but nothing else was as good BOTW Marble Lagonda IPA. It's also BOTY so far and beer of the decade, as it was last decade which I suppose makes it my Beer of the Century to date.
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    Reasonable week for me.

    Coastal - Hop Monster.
    Thornbridge - Kipling.
    Jarrow - Rivet Catcher.
    Orkney - Dragonhead Stout.*
    Leeds - Pale.
    Castle Rock - Harvest Pale.
    Bosuns Brewing Co - Horbury Blonde.
    Bosuns Brewing Co - Maiden Voyage.*
    Two Roses - T'Yellow Jersey.
    Roosters - Wild Mule.
    Acorn - Old Moor Porter.
    Five Towns - Strange Brew.*
    Rudgate - Ruby Mild.
    Blakemere - Freshly Squeezed.

    Easy winner was the Strange Brew, a 7% IPA, brewed as one of a range of beers to celebrate the BBC filming of Susanna Clarke's novel Jonathon Strange and Mr Norrell in the city, earlier in the year. Three pints on top of some other beers proved rather lethal!
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    BOTW is from a brewery new to me, Black Wolf, their Gold Digger was very good in The Baum and at 4.2% allowed a few to be supped.
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