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    Quote Originally Posted by trainman View Post
    Where was this Wiittenden? I still find it difficult to track down Old Dairy outlets...
    This pub:The Milk House Three handpumps-always Harveys Sussex Best Bitter, and usually one sometimes two from ODB. Westerham, Rockin Robin and Tonbridge also seen. ODB pretty often seen in Tenterden and adjoining areas. Good luck!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wittenden View Post
    This pub:The Milk House Three handpumps-always Harveys Sussex Best Bitter, and usually one sometimes two from ODB. Westerham, Rockin Robin and Tonbridge also seen. ODB pretty often seen in Tenterden and adjoining areas. Good luck!
    I've seen them in more than one of the SE London micropubs.

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    Reasonable week for me, which would probably have been even better if flooding hadn't disrupted our train journey between Leeds - Skipton and eaten into our session time.

    York - Mocha me Mad.*
    Brass Castle - Northern Blonde.
    Fernandes - Malt Shovel Mild.*
    Rat - Ratmospheric.*
    Okells - Bitter.
    Copper Dragon - Liberty.
    Grey Hawk - Dark Desert Highway.
    Kirkstall - Dissolution IPA.*
    Tring - Catstail.
    Three Peaks - Blea Porter.
    Scarborough - Citra.*

    For the second week in a row, a Rat brew is BOTW. Pale and hoppy, as many are, but so drinkable. Easily passed the three pint test.
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    Drygate Pale Duke 4%. A pleasant, hoppy, session ale.

    A new brewery to me based in Glasgow.

    Noticed that Boggart Distribution had some available so ordered it for The Baum.

    Hope the rest of their beers are as good and that we can get some more.
    Last edited by ROBCamra; 24-12-2015 at 12:48.
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