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    Default Beer of the Week (w/e 5th February 2017)

    Real Ale Ray: Peerless Langton Spin
    Bucking Fastard: Brighton Beir Smoked Porter
    Aqualung: Hopcraft The Other Side
    Thuck Phat: Blue Monkey Chimpagne
    Spinko: Lancaster Citra
    Mobyduck: Saltaire Triple Chocoholic
    oldboots: Hopback Summer Lightning
    aleandhearty: Fernandes Nelson IPA
    Komakino: Siren Broken Dream
    london calling: Siren Bourbon Coffee Broken Dream
    ROBCamra: Tiny Rebel Hank
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    Peerless - Langton Spin
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    A few different locations in the Southeast.

    Greene King -- Yardbird Pale
    McMullens -- Country
    McMullens -- AK
    Crate -- Rye *
    Reunion -- Talwar *
    Blue Moon -- Blue Moon (keg)
    Weird Beard -- Maryana Trench *
    Siren -- Soundwave IPA
    Mighty Oak -- Oscar Wilde MILD *
    Arbor -- Hoploader
    Brighton Bier -- Smoked Porter *
    Burning Sky -- Aurora *
    Dark Star -- Espresso *

    Some good ones sampled and BOTW was Brighton Beir Smoked Porter on fine form in The Old Fountain.A subtle smoked flavour,with a very dry finish and easily quaffable despite it's strength a fine example of the style.

    Next week a short trip to Dorset means a slow week is likely.
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    a fair list this week with the JDW London mini beer festival and a few days out :-

    Enfield Enefeld Pacific Pale 4.0%
    Redemption APA 4.0%
    Wimbledon Copper Leaf 4.0%
    Dancing Duck Donald *uck 4.2%
    Brewster's Decadence 4.4%
    Totally Brewed Papa Jangles Voodoo Stout 4.5%
    Salopian Lemon Dream 4.5%
    ELB Pearly Queen 4.5%
    Fuller's Jack Frost 4.5%
    Portobello Squidge Stout 4.5%
    Lancaster Black 4.5%
    Nottingham Sooty Stout 4.5%
    Shiny Affinity 4.6%
    By The Horns One Arm Bandit 4.7%
    Wild Beer Millionaire 4.7%
    Hopcraft The Other Side 4.8%
    Castle Rock Baptism Of Fire 4.8%
    Wimbledon Phoenix Smoked Porter 4.8%
    Ringwood 49er 4.9%
    Charnwood Old School 5.0%
    Wadworth Swordfish 5.0%
    West Berks Dr Hexter's Healer 5.0%
    Coach House Post Horn 5.0%
    Ringwood Old Thumper 5.1%
    Windsor & Eton Uprising White Riot (keg) 5.3%
    Hop Stuff Chai Red 5.4%
    Blue Monkey Ape Ale 5.4%
    Hop Back Winter Lightning 5.5%
    Castle Rock Screech Owl 5.5%
    Siren Broken Dream (keg) 6.5%


    The winner is Hopcraft The Other Side (£3.10 inc 20p discount) as tried in Beeston's Totally Tapped micropub. I haven't seen their beers since they fell out with the Leyton William IV and it's good to find one as good as ever.

    BOTW Hopcraft The Other Side

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    Just the two cask beers this week:

    Oakham Bishops Farewell*
    Nethergate Augustunian

    The Bishops was, as ever, excellent but was BOTW last week and the Augustinian really doesn't deserve the award.

    BOTW Blue Monkey Chimpagne (bottle) Brewed with champagne yeast and a hefty 10%, this is a an individual and excellent drink. I don't know if they've ever brewed it for cask but can imagine things getting very messy if they did.

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    Lancaster Citra. Absolutely excellent in Longridge's Hoppy Days micropub.

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    A little less restrained than last week but not much.

    Wild Weather NW3 Blonde
    Hop Art Hoppy Blonde
    Red Cat Scratch
    Saltaire Cascade Pale Ale
    Saltaire Blackberry Cascade
    Saltaire Cascadian Black
    Saltaire Triple Chocoholic
    Magic Rock Hat Trick
    Gloucester Mosaic
    Bingham's Hot Dog Stout

    BOTW Saltaire Triple Chocoholic, a must drink when ever found, enjoyed in the Fox & Hounds.
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    Only one beer this week but a good un,

    Hopback Summer Lightning

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    Not a great week, for me either, with just the four tried.

    Raw - Independence.
    Great Heck - Treasure IPA.
    Fernandes - Nelson IPA.
    Rat - Rat-sputin.

    Easy winner was the Nelson IPA, which as the name suggests is made with the wonderful Nelson Sauvin hop.
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    Bits of High Wycombe, some local and 'round-a-mate's-house-for-the-rugby' drinking...

    Red Squirrel Long Nights (3.6%)
    Adnam's Southwold Bitter (3.7%)
    Red Church Grisette Lemon Thyme (3.8%) (keg)
    XT 4 (3.8%)
    Squawk Waimea Pale (3.9%) (keg)
    Red Squirrel Milk Stout (4.0%) (keg)
    Sharp's Doom Bar (4.0%)
    St Austell Tribute (4.2%)
    Exmoor Gold (4.5%)
    XT 3 (4.2%)*
    XT 15 (4.5%) (bottle)*
    Longman APA (4.8%)
    Pig & Porter Red Spider Rye (4.8%) (keg)
    Cerveceria Mexicana Day of the Dead Porter (5.0%) (bottle)
    Sharp's Sea Fury (5.0%)
    Thornbridge Chiron (5.0%) (keg)*
    BrewDog Punk IPA (5.6%) (bottle)
    Fallen Chew Chew (6.0%) (keg)
    Siren Broken Dream (6.5%)*
    Beavertown Lupuloid (6.7%) (keg)
    Weird Beard Safe Stout (7.7%) (keg)
    Pig & Porter Double Think (8.6%) (keg)
    Evil Twin Yang (10.0%) (keg)

    Bit of everything, with some tried and tasted standard pub fayre, local delights and fancy names, but the winner is a dark beer yet again - the Siren - with smoke, chocolate and toffee flavours in the mix and a robust alcohol hit, sampled at Wycombe's quirky Heidrun.

    BOTW: Siren Broken Dream
    "Breakneck speed we drown ten pints of bitter"

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