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    Default Beer of the Week (w/e 15th January 2017)

    Spinko: Titanic Iceberg
    london calling: Mighty Oak Oscar Wilde Mild
    Wittenden: Harveys Sussex Best Bitter
    Mobyduck: Exmoor Gold
    Aqualung: Adnams / Sixpoint Make It Rain
    Thuck Phat: Oakham Black Hole Porter
    aleandhearty: Fernandes Summit
    Bucking Fastard: Fullers London Pride
    trainman: Oakham Bishops Farewell
    Komakino: XT Animal Polar Bear
    Raal Ale Ray: Vocation Chop & Change
    ROBCamra: Framework US Pale
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    Titanic - Iceberg in the Sun Inn Stafford, their brewery tap.

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    Two superb beers from a new London brewer called Brewheadz in the Rake on Thursday but
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    mighty oak -Oscar wilde mild in the Express Brentford

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    Kent:
    Harveys Sussex best Bitter 4%abv.Unimpeacheable if a little cold in The Three Chimneys A bit more diversity next week, I hope.
    "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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    Nothing of great interest this week.
    Red Cat Scratch
    Triple fff Pressed Rat & Warthog
    Adnams Lighthouse
    Exmoor Gold
    Caledonian Golden XPA

    The Exmoor Gold was in the best condition and BOTW.
    Another quiet week expected next week.
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    A fair list this week with nothing really outstanding but only the Lymestone (rank) and the Radgie Gadgie (cloudy) being poor.


    Black Paw Santa Paws 4.0%
    Malt Anniversary Ale 4.4%
    Tonbridge Old Chestnut 4.4%
    Redemption Hopspur 4.5%
    Nene Valley Egyptian Cream 4.5%
    Canterbury Knights 4.6%
    Lymestone Stone Cold 4.7%
    Allday Green Hop Fuggles 4.8%
    Quantock Plastered Pheasant 4.8%
    Mordue Radgie Gadgie 4.8%
    ELB Jamboree 4.8%
    Everard's Red Ale 5.0%
    Greene King Abbot 5.0%
    Adnams / Sixpoint Make It Rain 5.0%
    St Peters IPA 5.5%
    Nene Valley Jim Irvine IPA 5.6%
    Redwell Kofra Stout 5.9%
    Wantsum Ravening Wolf 5.9%



    The winner is the JDW International Make It Rain which despite all the rubbish about flying the brewer over is very recognisable as an Adnam's beer. It was £2.49 in the E4 King's Ford where the beer choice had deteriorated with a new manager but not the quality.



    BOTW Adnams / Sixpoint Make It Rain

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    BOTW Oakham Black Hole Porter

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    Another quiet week, as I was still recovering from the lurgy.

    Kirkstall - Three Swords.
    Fernandes - Black Chalice IPA.
    Rat - Mother Rat.
    Fyne - Jarl.
    Fernandes - Summit.

    Normally, Three Swords and Jarl would be in the running, but hey were both a little underwhelming. By contrast, the Summit was as fresh as a daisy and therefore an easy winner.
    '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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    A very poor week with just McMullens AK and Fullers London Pride,by default BOTW in The Plough,East Sheen.


    Next week must improve,double dose of footie and a drift into Leighton Buzzard.
    "Good people drink good beer" Hunter S Thompson

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    A fine tour of Peterborough on Saturday with good beer all along the route. Whatever my two in the Palmerston were were in especially fine fettle, but I'm going to have to go for the first of the day, and my first for 10days(!!!), Oakham Bishops Farewell in top shape at the Brewery Tap
    The tour also offered 3 newbies (to me) and would have been 4 if we hadn't run out of time for the Swiss Cottage Inn.

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