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    Quote Originally Posted by aleandhearty View Post
    Any beer that lessens the impact of Jaipur (which I had to follow) must be a good beer!
    I know you're talking flavour a&h, but combining Jaipur with more beer can only compound the impact, in the sense of lessening sobriety...

    I noticed Pictish have also done a beer called Motueka, and can now see the name refers to a kiwi hop.

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    Quote Originally Posted by trainman View Post
    I know you're talking flavour a&h, but combining Jaipur with more beer can only compound the impact, in the sense of lessening sobriety...
    I'm afraid I did have three pints of IPA looking for that 'hit'!
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    This weeks offerings, spread over a 3-day period:

    Daleside, Spring Frenzy x 1
    Theakston, 1965 Celebration Ale x 4
    Bombardier x 3
    Youngs Special x 2
    Adnams Broadside x 1
    Hook Norton, Early Mist x 1
    Cottage Brewery, Thunderbird x 1
    London Pride x 4
    Sanmiguel (bottle) x 1
    Vody & Coke (double measure) x 1


    BOTW: Theakston, 1965 Celebration Ale - sampled in The George V, Brompton, Gillingham

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    Visited the Royal Oak in Wantage on Easter Sunday. The pub was runner up in the CAMRA pub of the year competition. Had a stunning pint of Pitstop brewery Bitumen. A 10% dark sweet stout. It was really quite breathtaking, literally, and is my beer of the week.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grailhunter View Post
    Had a stunning pint of Pitstop brewery Bitumen. A 10% dark sweet stout.
    10%? Pint?

    I hope you kept a good hold of the glass though Grailhunter - I've heard Bitumen can be a lot worse than spilling hot water down yer leg.

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