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    Default Beer of the Week (w/e 19th June 2016)

    Mobyduck: Salopian Hop Twister
    Aqualung: Twisted Oak Sheriff Fatman
    Wittenden: Burning Sky Saison d'hiver
    gillhalfpint: Titanic Cherry Dark
    Bucking Fastard: Vibrant Forest Black Forest Porter
    Thuck Phat: King Street Brew House White Trash
    london calling: Blacks Kinsale Pale
    oldboots: Wobbly Brewing American Amber
    Komakino: Milk St The Usual
    ROBCamra: Adnams Mosaic
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    Darkstar Hophead
    Adnams Mosaic*
    Camerons A-Hop-Alypse Now*
    Robinsons Robohop
    Fullers London Pride
    Fullers ESB
    Gales Seafarers
    Burning Sky Plateau*
    Twickenham Naked Ladies
    Salopian Hop Twister*
    Siren Broken Dream*
    Sierra Nevada Pale (keg)*

    The Broken Dream was Fantastic as usual but the Hop Twister was equally good and more attuned to my mood at the time,BOTW and enjoyed in the White Hart, Waterloo despite being £2.25 a half.
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    A rampage from Bristol to Penzance produced this plus a few ciders some of which were better than many of these beers:-

    RCH Hewish Mild 3.6%
    Blue Anchor Flora Daze 4.0%
    Hunter's Half Bore 4.0%
    Butcombe Bitter 4.0%
    Cornish Crown One Hop Grain 4.1%
    St Austell Tribute 4.2%
    Oakham Citra 4.2%
    Wychwood Hobgoblin Gold 4.2%
    Cotleigh Lemon Ale 4.3%
    Marston's Pedigree 4.5%
    Quantock White Hind 4.5%*
    Tintagel Poldark Ale 4.5%
    Hook Norton Nerdherder IPA 4.6%
    Cornish Crown SPA 4.8%*
    Dartmoor Jail Ale 4.8%
    JDW Everard's Defender 4.8%
    Exmoor XPA 4.8%
    Blue Anchor Spingo Middle 5.0%
    Twisted Oak Sheriff Fatman 5.0%*
    Skinner's Seven Hop 5.0%*
    Cornish Crown Red IPA (keg) 5.9%
    Exmoor Beast 6.6%
    Blue Anchor Spingo Special 6.6%
    Hunter's Full Bore 6.8%

    The Skinner's one just gets a star as it's the only one of their beers I've tried that I didn't find boring. The winner is Twisted Oak Sheriff Fatman as tried for £2.85 in the Bristol Commercial Rooms JDW.


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    Burning Sky-Saison d' hiver 4.2%abv. A new direction for me ,not having tried a Saison before, nor having knowingly drank a keykeg product . Both elements were agreeably satisfied by this austerely hazy beer, taken at The Thomas Tallis Alehouse, a recently opened possible East Kent Micro.
    Wantsum-Montgomery IPA 4%abv.The New World hops were not to the fore. Some lactic back taste.A reasonably well established Kent Micro, until now untried by me.
    My BOTW-Burning Sky-Saison l'hiver.
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    Still in Cornwall so find limited choices, but a beer festival at the Watermill in Lelant boosted our intake choices

    Harviestoun Summer Legend 3.5%
    Inveralmond Fair Maid 3.6%
    Dartmoor IPA 4%
    Skinners Sliding Tackle 4.2%
    Titanic Cherry Dark 4.4%
    St Austell Black & Gold 4.5%
    St Austell Admiral's Ale 5%
    Tintagel Poldark 4.6%

    Others this week

    Bays Rhino Ale 4.7%
    Exmoor Hound Dog 4%
    Hook Norton Yeastie Boys Nerdherder 4.6%
    Dartmoor Jail Ale 4.8%
    Skinners Seven Hop 5%
    Brains Rev James 4.5%
    Rebel Cornish Honey Trap 4.2%

    Beer of the week Titanic Cherry Dark 4.4%
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    Drinking in Sharpness and Bristol.

    A-B InBev -- Stella (keg)
    Marston's -- Draught Bass (3PT)
    London Brewery Co. -- Never Mind the Kent Hops
    Vibrant Forest -- Black Forest Porter *
    Blue Monkey -- 99 Red Baboons *
    New Bristol Brewery -- Old Dick Alone
    Great Heck -- Shankar IPA *

    BOTW goes to Vibrant Forest Black Forest Porter on top form in The Famous Royal Navy Volunteer in the pleasant company of bcfczuluarmy ,Blackthorn and Mr Phat.Very drinkable at 4.9%,beautifully balanced.


    Next week checking out some of North London's finest.
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    As mentioned by Mr F, a thoroughly enjoyable evening in Bristol was the highlight of the week:

    Stella
    Marstons Bass*
    London Brew Company Never Mind the Kent Hops
    ELB Nightwatchman
    Vibrant Forest Black Forest*
    King Street Brew House White Trash*
    Siren Craft Vermont Tea Party*
    Kingston Farm Brewery Rotavator
    Oakham Bishops Farewell*

    BOTW King Street Brew House - White Trash. A very drinkable American IPA in great nick at the relatively new and fun King Street Brew House.

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    Couple of good hoppy Irish beers in the Porterhouse ,Convent Garden on keg
    Boundary -Push and Pull 5.5
    and BOTW
    Blacks -Kinsale Pale 5.0

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    An interesting week with almost more contenders for BABOTW than BOTW which is still a hard choice


    Vocation Heart & Soul*
    Williams Bros The Juniper Tree
    North Brewing Prototype
    Harrogate Vanilla Porter*
    Bad Co Satisfaction
    North Riding Kiwi Mild
    Okells IPA
    Black Sheep Black Sheep Ale
    Cannon Royall Fruiterers Mild
    Wobbly Brewing American Amber*
    Teme Valley Talbot Blonde
    St George's Lazy Days
    Greene King Back of the Net
    Marstons Selador*
    Banks's Mild
    Wye Valley HPA
    Ledbury 48th Parallel
    Rudgate Jorvik
    Yorkshire Heart IPA
    Taylors Landlord
    Ghost Sylvanas*
    Vocation Chop & Change “El Dorado”*
    Gun Project Babylon
    Rudgate Ruby Mild

    However by a short nose, Wobbly Brewing American Amber tried in the Bull Baiters in Worcester.

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    Milk St The Usual (4.4%)
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