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    Rutland,Yorkshire:
    Grainstore-Triple B 4.2%abv:Grainy mid brown bitter.Slightly sharp, good condition though.
    Yorkshire Dales-Muker Silver 4% abveathly pale;the warmth of the sun brought out the herbaceous notes.
    Rudgate-Jorvik Blonde 3.8%abv:Very pale:Yorkshire stone fruit.
    Theakston-Lightfoot 4.1%abvisappointing,a definite edge to it.

    My BOTW-Yorkshire Dales-Muker Silver.
    "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 few days in Wales came up with these :-

    Felinfoel IPA 3.6%
    Bragdy Mws Piws Cwrw Eryri 3.6%
    Banks's Bitter 3.8%
    Sadler's JPA 3.9%
    Three Tuns Solstice 3.9%
    Banks's Young Henry 4.0%
    Sadler's Mellow Yellow 4.1%
    Bragdy'R Gogarth Orme 4.2%
    Robinson's South Island 4.2%
    Bragdy Mws Piws Cwrw Glaslyn 4.2%
    Robinson's Unicorn Bitter 4.3%
    Tiny Rebel FUBAR 4.4%
    Exmoor Gold 4.5%
    Bragdy'R Gogarth Celtica 4.5%
    Wychwood Hobgoblin 4.5%
    Bragdy Mws Piws Ochr Tywll Y Mws 4.6%
    Scarborough Stout 4.6%
    Brains SA Gold (Bottle) 4.7%
    Wadworth's Mermaid's Red 5.7%

    The two that stood out were both in the Aberystwyth Ship & Castle, the Scarborough Stout and Tiny Rebel FUBAR, a name that took me back to what we called our dart team once, namely BOFC. The winner is the FUBAR not because it is brewed in Wales but despite the name is a low to mid ABV pale beer packed with New World hops. Both beers were £3.10.
    An honourable mention must go to the Celtica of which copious amounts were consumed.

    BOTW Tiny Rebel FUBAR

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aqualung View Post
    A few days in Wales came up with these :-

    Felinfoel IPA 3.6%
    Bragdy Mws Piws Cwrw Eryri 3.6%
    Banks's Bitter 3.8%
    Sadler's JPA 3.9%
    Three Tuns Solstice 3.9%
    Banks's Young Henry 4.0%
    Sadler's Mellow Yellow 4.1%
    Bragdy'R Gogarth Orme 4.2%
    Robinson's South Island 4.2%
    Bragdy Mws Piws Cwrw Glaslyn 4.2%
    Robinson's Unicorn Bitter 4.3%
    Tiny Rebel FUBAR 4.4%
    Exmoor Gold 4.5%
    Bragdy'R Gogarth Celtica 4.5%
    Wychwood Hobgoblin 4.5%
    Bragdy Mws Piws Ochr Tywll Y Mws 4.6%
    Scarborough Stout 4.6%
    Brains SA Gold (Bottle) 4.7%
    Wadworth's Mermaid's Red 5.7%

    The two that stood out were both in the Aberystwyth Ship & Castle, the Scarborough Stout and Tiny Rebel FUBAR, a name that took me back to what we called our dart team once, namely BOFC. The winner is the FUBAR not because it is brewed in Wales but despite the name is a low to mid ABV pale beer packed with New World hops. Both beers were £3.10.
    An honourable mention must go to the Celtica of which copious amounts were consumed.

    BOTW Tiny Rebel FUBAR
    I have assumed Fubar had a Welsh connection.Just googled it.Now I know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by london calling View Post
    I have assumed Fubar had a Welsh connection.Just googled it.Now I know.
    They don't have any swear words in Welsh, they are a very refined and polite nation!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aqualung View Post
    They don't have any swear words in Welsh, they are a very refined and polite nation!
    Paid a malu cachu chi uffar gwirion.
    A pub is for life not just for Christmas

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    Mallinsons S.P.A (Session Pale Ale) supped in The Baum of course.

    A three hopped wonder using Herkules, Chinook & Columbus and at 3.9% perfect for a session.

    What a shame that it went after I'd had two.
    A pub is for life not just for Christmas

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