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    Default Beer of the Week (w/e 10th April 2016)

    Bucking Fastard: Mordue Wheat
    Wittenden: Kent Session Pale
    oldboots: Tiny Rebel Stay Puft
    Aqualung: Celt Experience Galaxy Equinox IPA
    Mobyduck: Sadlers Boris Citrov
    aleandhearty: Fernandes Mosaic
    Real Ale Ray: George Wright Blonde Moment
    Komakino: Ilkley Holy Cow
    Thuck Phat: Blue Monkey Infinity
    ROBCamra: Firebrick Trade Star
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    Reasonable week

    Elgoods -- Straw Bitter *
    Belhaven -- Grand Slam
    Oakham -- Inferno *
    Ampthill Brewhouse -- IPA
    Nobby's -- Plum Porter (keg)
    Mordue -- Wheat *
    Salopian -- Darwins Origin *
    Titanic -- Plum Porter *

    I'm always nominating Titanic Plum Porter ,so to avoid being repetative BOTW goes to Mordue Wheat ,very refreshing and in good nick in The George,Croydon.


    Next week a voyage through Warwick,Knowle and Birmingham so consumption will rise and hopefully there will be several quality BOTW contenders.
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    Kent, and my first visit to an East Kent Micropub:
    Tonbridge-Coppernob 3.8abv-Farmyard malt and a long spicy finish.Enjoyed at Bell & Jorrocks
    Kent-Session Pale 3.7abv-A delicious, zesty pale ale, taken at some speed at Black Dog My BOTW.
    "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 couple of leisurely days out this week with some good beers tried :-

    Holden's Black Country Mild 3.7%*
    Grainstore Rutland Osprey 4.0%
    Nobby's Swift Nick 4.2%
    Wychwood Hobgoblin Gold 4.2%*
    Adnam's Oyster Stout 4.3%*
    Lymestone Stonefish Mild 4.4%
    Wadworth's 6X Gold 4.5%
    Oakham St Bibiana 4.5%*
    Full Mash Nevermore Stout 4.6%*
    Oakham Bishop's Farewell 4.6%
    Enville Ginger 4.6%*
    Otter Fusion 4.8%
    Exmoor XPA 4.8%
    Hanlon's Port Stout 4.9%*
    Grainstore 1050 5.0%
    Millstone True Grit 5.0%*
    Bristol Beer Factory Bitter Kiwi 5.0%*
    Brodie's Californian 5.0%*
    Holden's Special 5.1%*
    Brodie's Jamaican Stout 5.4%*
    Potbelly Crazy Daze 5.5%
    Celt Experience Galaxy Equinox IPA 5.6%*
    Dark Star Revelation 5.7%
    Brodie's Mocha Milk Stout 9.0%*


    It's a straight fight between the BFf Kiwi in the Wolverhampton Great Western and the Celt Experience IPA in my local Spoons. The Celt Experience Galaxy Equinox IPA just edges it . It was freshly on in the E4 King's Ford at £2.49 and was superb. I assume it's on the current JDW guest list so it is likely to appear in a Spoons in the next three months.

    BOTW Celt Experience Galaxy Equinox IPA

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    A late burst in Southampton,
    Darksatar Hophead
    Darkstar American Pale Ale
    Adnams Mosaic
    Triple fff Pressed Rat and Warthog
    Tripple fff Altons Pride
    Black Sheep Bitter
    Sadlers Peaky Blinder
    Sadlers Boris Citrov
    Timothy Taylor Landlord
    Beacons Target IPA
    Piston Head Kustom Lager
    Titanic Iceberg
    Revisonist Irish Peated Ale
    Portabello westway Pale Ale
    Dancing Man Congo Driftwood
    Vibrant Forest Nova Foresta
    Palmers Best
    Phoenix Winter ale (no idea)

    Might have missed a couple ,but decent.

    Sadlers Boris Citrov, an interesting concept for me but it worked.BOTW.
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    Very quiet week for me.

    Rat - White Rat. *
    Fernandes - Mosaic.*
    Roosters - Buckeye.
    Liverpool Organic - Kitty Wilkinson.*

    Not much in it between the Rat and Mosaic, but as I've nominated the former quite a few times, I'll give the honours to the latter.
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    George Wright - Blonde Moment
    'I only drink on two occasions, when I'm thirsty and when I'm not'
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    Pretty decent week with remaining pubs in Banbury and Berkhamsted successfully ticked:

    Hook Norton Hooky (3.5%)
    Red Squirrel Conservation Bitter (3.7%)
    Tring Brock Bitter (3.7%)
    3 Brewers Golden Ale (3.8%)
    Jennings Queen Bee (3.8%)
    Prescott Spring Season's Best (3.8%)
    Ringwood Razorback (3.8%)
    Tring Dragon Rapide (3.8%)
    XT 4 (3.8%)
    Haresfoot Sundial (4.0%)
    Sharps Doom Bar (4.0%)
    Tring Drop Bar (4.0%)
    Adnams Southwold Bitter (4.1%)
    Loose Cannon Recoil (4.2%)
    XT 15 (4.5%)
    Animal Chitter (4.6%)
    Charles Wells Bombardier (4.7%)
    Ilkley Holy Cow (4.7%) BOTW
    Red Squirrel Erasmus (4.7%)
    Hatherwood (Wychwood) The Purple Panther (5.0%) (bottle)
    Beavertown Smog Rocket (5.4%) (can)
    Beavertown Holy Cowbell India Stout (5.6%) (can)

    In a week where I sampled loads of differing styles, the Holy Cow came up trumps (although I am partial to a dark beer): as tried at the impressive Red Squirrel Brewery Shop in Berko.
    "Breakneck speed we drown ten pints of bitter"

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    BOTW Blue Monkey Infinity

    Following on from Mr. Real Ale Ray last week. A fellow of impeccable taste.

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