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    Default Beer of the Week (w/e 11th June 2017)

    Oggwyn Trench: Saltaire South Sea Pale
    london calling: Brewdog Punk IPA
    Aqualung: Stewart Celtman
    Wittenden: Ramsgate Gadd's No 5
    Mobyduck: Weird Beard Opulence
    Bucking Fastard: Oakham Bishops Farewell
    hondo: Bowland Hypnotic Hopnytic
    Thuck Phat: Wolf Woild Moild
    aleandhearty: North Riding Mini Citra
    oldboots: Fyne Ales Sublime Stout
    Real Ale Ray: Exit 33 Triple Hop
    ROBCamra: Tempest Chinook vs Citra Dawn Of Justice 2
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    Mallinsons - Hopburst
    Salamander - Wall Flower
    Saltaire - South Sea Pale
    Blue Bee - Azacca Red
    Lords - Mount Helix
    Backyard - Jigger Stout
    Pictish - Columbus
    Bewdley - Worcestershire Way
    Salopian - Faraway Stout

    BOTW Saltaire - South Sea Pale only 3.5% but full of flavour .
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    brewdog-live east coast crush
    360 degrees-apa
    steam machine -afternoon tea *
    kew -micro beer *
    Brixton -effra ale *
    canopy -casino dark *
    big bear -wheat beer
    orbit -patched *
    ghost -wraith
    hammertons -blank slate
    franklins -north shore ipa *
    oakham -inferno *
    oakham -citra *
    adnams -blood orange wheat *
    adnams -grapefruit ipa *
    marstons -old empire *
    red/partisan -iced tea *
    plus a few other I cant locate
    but Botw was
    Brewdog -punk ipa (still a great beer)

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    Quote Originally Posted by london calling View Post
    franklins -north shore ipa *
    They've had this one a few times in the E17 Bell and I've found it excellent.


    Quote Originally Posted by london calling View Post
    but Botw was
    Brewdog -punk ipa (still a great beer)
    I agree and especially when Tesco knock a quid off making it four cans for a fiver. My local one also does 4 Elvis Juice for seven quid. I've never been to a Brewdog bar and doubt that I ever will!
    How big is their brewery as all the supermarkets (and JDW) seem to stock it.

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    After a visit to Scotland it feels like I've spent a week sitting on a train and few great beers to compensate :-

    Salopian Shropshire Gold 3.8%
    Harviestoun Bitter and Twisted (Bottle) 3.8%
    Sharps Doom Bore!! 4.0%
    Orkney Northern Light 4.0%
    Orkney Dragonhead 4.0%
    Cairngorm Sheepshaggers Gold 4.5%
    Strathaven Claverhouse Red 4.5%
    Harviestoun Schiehallion 4.8%
    Pheasantry Mikado Mild 5.0%
    Stewart Celtman 5.0%
    Adnams New Realm APA 5.2%
    Marston's Old Empire 5.7%
    Windswept Wolf 6.0%
    Oakham Green Devil (Bottle) 6.0%
    Broughton Old Jock 6.7%

    The winner is the Stewart Celtman as tried for £2.65 in the Glasgow Camperdown Place, my favourite of the central Glasgow JDWs. The beer is a highly hopped stronger pale beer. I believe they have another one called Celtman.


    BOTW Stewart Celtman

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    Kent.
    Only the one this week-Ramsgate Brewery (Gadd's) No 5. 4.4%abv.Surprisingly I'd not had this on cask dispense before, a reassuring malt 'n' biscuit best bitter.Not at all cloying.
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    Wild Weather Sub Lime*
    Purity Pure Gold
    Castle Rock Harvest Pale
    Wells Bombardier Burning Gold
    Surrey Hills Shere Drop
    Samuel Smiths Extra Stout
    St Austell Proper Job
    Oakham JHB*
    Hopstuff APA
    Belville Picnic Session IPA*
    Weird Beard Opulence *

    The Belville and Oakham beers were very nice but the clear winner was the Opulence , half a pint was enough on the day though for this heavy hitting 10.9% Vanilla Stout enjoyed in The Harp.
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    Birmingham,Selby and London.

    Silhill -- Blonde Star
    Four Pure -- American Pale (keg)
    Purity -- Pure UBU
    Timothy Taylor -- Dark MILD *
    Oakham -- Bishops Farewell * (3PT)
    Wolf -- Woild Moild *
    Acorn -- Summer Pale *
    Brown Cow -- Celestial Light *
    Brown Cow -- Indulgence *
    Timothy Taylor -- Landlord (3PT)


    Both the Brown Cow ales were very good,but Oakham Bishops Farewell tops them to BOTW,on great form in the Oaka @ Mansion House after the cricket and at £3 during afternoon happy hour 3-7pm that a real bargain.
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    Bowland Brewery - hypnotic hopnytic
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    Bit of variety this week:

    Wolf Brewery Woild Moild*
    Brown Cow Celestial Light*
    Brown Cow Indulgence
    TT Golden Best
    TT Landlord*
    Salopian Hop Twister*
    Oakham Bishops Farewell*
    Everards Tiger

    Some good ones there including the Brown Cow beers and the Landlord but, in something of a departure for me, BOTW was Wolf Woild Moild. At 4.8% it's on the strong side for a mild but isn't overly sweet or malty and has a delightfully dry finish which invites another.
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