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    Default Beer of the Week (w/e 25th June 2017)

    Bucking Fastard: Salopian Oracle
    aleandhearty: Tring Moongazing
    Thuck Phat: Abbeydale Deception
    Oggwyn Trench: Ghost Phantom IPA
    Aqualung: Stewart Radical Road
    Wittenden: Goacher's Fine Light Ale
    Real Ale Ray: Tollgate Ashby Pale
    Mobyduck: Tiny Rebel Juicy
    london calling: St Austell 6 Malt Stout
    ROBCamra: Tenby Barefoot
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    A big week,PuG rail crawl and Bath

    Adnams -- Ghost Ship
    Salopian -- Oracle *
    Salopian -- Hop Twister *
    Timothy Taylor -- Landlord
    Rowton -- Ironbridge Gold *
    Georgeous Beer -- Ruby Porter
    Wye Valley -- Butty Bach
    Backyard -- Centennial IPA *
    Bathams -- Bitter *
    Hop & Stagger -- Triple Hop IPA
    Titanic -- IPA
    Rowton -- Area 51 *
    Holdens -- Golden Glow
    Fixed Wheel -- No Brake IPA (BABOTW)
    New Bristol -- Little India Special Pale *
    Bath Ales -- Prophecy
    Marstons -- Draught Bass
    Great Western -- Hambrook Pale *
    Blindsman -- Maverick
    Fullers -- Summer Ale
    Clearwater -- Devon Darter
    Flying Monk -- Birdman
    Mad Squirrel -- London Porter *

    BOTW goes to Salopian Oracle on perfect form in The Salopian Bar,Shrewsbury,a great way to start a long day on the ale.

    Next week having a rest.
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    Muirhouse - Magnum Mild.*
    Morton Collins - Wintersett Gold.
    Great Heck - Treasure IPA
    Tring - Moongazing.*

    Both the mild and the Moongazing were excellent. I don't see many Tring beers in my neck of the woods, but I was impressed with this ruby ale featuring Citra and Chinook hops.
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    Mumbles Hop Kick
    XT 2 (Pale)*
    Abbeydale Deception*
    Oakham Bishops Farewell*

    A toss up between the XT2 and BOTW Abbeydale Deception. I thoroughly enjoyed the Deception which just had that bit extra depth of flavour. Both very welcome on a hot day.
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    A busy few days with the PuG train crawl followed by a Saturday wander around Shrewsbury

    Salopian - Shropshire Gold
    Rowton - Bitter
    Shropshire Legend - Mermaid Gold
    Wye Valley - Butty Bach
    Hobsons - Twisted Spire
    Ghost - Phantom IPA
    Mallinsons - Hopburst
    Salopian - Hop Twister
    Robinsons - Dizzy Blonde
    Three Tuns - XXX
    Holdens - Golden Glow
    Salopian - Golden Thread
    Salopian - Rhapsody
    Salopian - Lemon Dream
    Salopian - Oracle
    Backyard - Antipodean
    Big Bog - Spring Bog
    Mallinsons - CF127
    Beowulf - Chase Pale
    Hop and Stagger - Pale

    BOTW Ghost - Phantom IPA
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    A visit to the Scottish Borders and a day in West Dorset and East Devon provided this :-

    Palmers Copper Ale 3.7%
    Box Steam Summer Buzz 3.8%
    Black Sheep Best Bitter 3.8%
    Broughton Hippopotamus IPA 3.8%
    Knops East Coast Pale 3.8%
    Dorset Brewing Citrus Maximus 4.0%
    Jennings Cumberland Ale 4.0%
    Broughton Dark 'N' Cloudy 4.4%
    Palmers Dorset Gold 4.5%
    Knops Musselburgh Broke 4.5%
    Wolf Woild Moild 4.8%
    Stewart Black IPA (Bottle) 5.0%
    Edinbrew Industrial 5.0%
    Stewart Celtman 5.0%
    Vibrant Forest Mosaic 5.0%
    Palmers 200 5.0%
    Kelham Island Pale Rider 5.2%
    Oakham Green Devil (Bottle) 6.0%
    Stewart First World Problems (Bottle) 6.2%
    Stewart Cauld Reekie (Bottle) 6.2%
    Stewart Radical Road (Bottle) 6.4%
    Stewart Radical Road (Keg) 6.4%


    The winner is the Stewart Radical Road either keg or bottled. The cask in the Borders was pretty dismal all round.
    It was nice to visit a couple of Palmers pubs after a gap of at least twenty five years. Although their beers are still old school they were vastly better and more diverse than I remembered.

    Stewart Radical Road

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    Kent:Old friends are best...

    Goacher's Fine Light Ale 3.7%abv. Not quite as marmaladey as perhaps it could be,but very fresh and full of the joys.Taken at Black Dog
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    Despite some great beer on the PuG Crawl, this one definitely passed the three pint test Tollgate - Ashby Pale in Tap at no 76
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    Hot weather and a few days drinking Cider and Perry results in another small list.

    Tiny Rebel Juicy
    Purity Pure Gold
    Wild Weather Betrayal
    Red Squirrel Mister Squirrel
    Timothy Taylor Landlord
    Liberation Ale

    BOTW is Tiny Rebel Juicy sank in Cobbetts.
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    I am getting fed up with hoppy beers.I try so many and they just don't seem to agree with my taste buds recently.Black seems to be the new hoppy for me
    St Austell-6 malt stout (bottle) from M&S was BOTW

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