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    Had a few good ones this week so it was a toss up and I pick Rudgate Ruby Mild as my beer of the week.

    This is just a few good ones this week.
    Daleside Old Lubrication.
    Highgate Brewery Black Pig.
    Rudgate Ruby Mild MY No 1 this week.
    Nethergate Marys Ruby Mild.
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    Getting a bit of an early turnout this week, you are all taking into account that we do it till Sunday?

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    Had a couple tonight , Pictish Magnum , Pictish Saaz , Outstanding Blond , Brew Dog IPA and Sadlers Magic Miles Mild , not a bad pint among them
    Theres a Man with a Mullet going Mad with a Mallet in Millets !

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    Another good selection last night , Rowton Bitter , Lichfield Bloomin Bitter , Battledown Special Pale Ale , All Saints St Arnold and an unnamed trial brew from Ironbridge Brewery only 3.6% but very refreshing , a good summer quaffer .
    As its Mild month my BOTW is Sadlers Magic Miles , at 6% i thought it might just be a Sarah Hughes clone , its not , its a proper Midlands Mild very fruity with a hint of sweetness to make it moreish and that 6% kick gives it a bit of bite
    Theres a Man with a Mullet going Mad with a Mallet in Millets !

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    I managed to fit in a lucky visit to the Maltings in York this week and had the finest pint of Rooster's YPA I've had in a long time so that's the one for me this week. I also had a foul pint of Rudgate Viking in another of the county's top ale houses the same day, most unusual for both the pub and the beer.

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    Now on my 7th consecutive day without a beer! Now I know how they felt in Ice Cold From Alex. I will be emptying a few barrels tonight, that's for sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RogerB View Post
    Now on my 7th consecutive day without a beer!
    The Earth has surely stopped turning?

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    When the Hophead ran out at the Cricketers (Shirley Rd), yesterday, it was replaced by Darkstar APA which was deserving of botw and acted as the session's coup de grāce.
    However, I also veered away from my preferred styles, it being May & all, and enjoyed a pint of Rudgate Ruby MILD and a couple of halves of O'Hanlon's Port Stout. The latter was very characterful, so I'll name it as an unusual tm botw.

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    Quote Originally Posted by trainman View Post
    The Earth has surely stopped turning?
    It's a new personal worst. God help the first pint tonight!

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    Tough choice, probably influenced by the fact that I could still taste what I was drinking (and I had abstained from beer in the 6 days running up to this crawl)

    In the Station Buffet Bar in Stalybridge:

    Milltown Mild
    Millstone Bitter

    both were fab
    Waes hael!

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