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    Pretty good week for me, boosted considerably by a wander round Leeds, on Saturday, with 'trainman'.

    Captain Cook - Grenville Stout.*
    Leamside - Nicholsons.*
    Tynebank - Silver Dollar.
    Brunswick - Railway Porter.
    Trinity - Rugby League.
    Trinity - Dark Daze.
    Rat - Plague Pole.
    Fernandes - Great Northern.
    Ossett - South Pacific IPA.*
    Burley Street - Laguna Seca.
    Sonnet 43 - APA.
    Rudgate - Snow Wonder.
    Belhaven - Smoke Stack Stout.
    Castle Rock - Midnight Owl.
    Anarchy Brew - Quiet Riot.*
    Sunbeam - Chocolate Mild.*
    Riverhead - Gingerbread Mild.
    Ridgeside - Black Night.*
    Wylam - Jakeside IPA.*
    Cross Bay - Sunset.
    Roosters - Fort Smith.*
    Harvistoun - Old Engine Oil.*
    Bristol Beer Factory - Independence.
    Kirkstall - Three Swords.*

    Quitea few beers in there that would have won on a quiet week. However, I was blown away by the Ossett, which is not something I write about their beers very often. Wonderfully aromatic and citrussy, it really perked up a jaded January palate. Passed the three pint test with ease.
    'And where he supped the past lived still. And where he sipped the glass brimmed full' John Barleycorn, Carol Ann Duffy.

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    Only one pub visit ,so the default BOTW was Yeovil Lynx Wildcat in decent condition in The Chetnole Inn.

    Scratching around this week,footie may save me from a beerless outcome.
    "Good people drink good beer" Hunter S Thompson

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    Burning Sky Aurora. 5.6% of dangerously drinkable hoppiness.

    They call it a Strong Pale Ale, but it would knock most IPAs into a cocked hat.

    Tried as often as MS CAMRA would let me in The Baum.
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