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    Default Beer of the Week (w/e 16th July 2017)

    Wittenden: Musket Ball Puller
    Mobyduck: Roosters Twenty Four Seven
    Aqualung: Acorn Fiesta
    Real Ale Ray: Credence Mosaic
    london calling: Fuerst Wiacek German Movies
    aleandhearty: Fernandes Malt Shovel Mild
    Oggwyn Trench: Ludlow Stairway
    Thuck Phat: Five Towns Moss Garden
    Bucking Fastard: Marble Dobber
    ROBCamra: Pig & Porter Eye Contact
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    Musket-Ball Puller 4%abvld school best bitter.Slight smokiness to start, then hedge fruit and long dry finish.Grew on me.
    Gadds' No 7 3.8%abv: Getting towards the end of the barrel unfortunately.
    Old Dairy Summer Top 3.6% abv:fruity session pale.
    My BOTW-Musket 'Ball Puller'.
    "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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    Corfu Beer IPA*
    Corfu Beer Ionian Pilsner
    Purity Pure Gold
    Triple fff Moondance
    Howling Hops Pale*
    Bad Seed Aussie Pale
    Dark Star Not Into Yoga*
    Roosters Twenty Four Seven*
    Alchemy Ritual Pale

    BOTW is Roosters Twenty Four Seven.
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    I cant help noticing the bloody brilliant Corfu -ipa seems to have paled now you are in the land of reality. Had the Roosters last week £2.00 a pint in Craft beer co.Was good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wittenden View Post
    Kent

    Musket-Ball Puller 4%abvld school best bitter.Slight smokiness to start, then hedge fruit and long dry finish.Grew on me.
    Gadds' No 7 3.8%abv: Getting towards the end of the barrel unfortunately.
    Old Dairy Summer Top 3.6% abv:fruity session pale.
    My BOTW-Musket 'Ball Puller'.
    Have you been on a pub crawl this week?

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    Quote Originally Posted by london calling View Post
    I cant help noticing the bloody brilliant Corfu -ipa seems to have paled now you are in the land of reality. Had the Roosters last week £2.00 a pint in Craft beer co.Was good.
    No hasn't paled and is still brilliant, didn't want to nominate twice in a row, the Roosters was good though, £3.60 in the Nags Head Reading.
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    Quote Originally Posted by london calling View Post
    Have you been on a pub crawl this week?
    No,that was in June...
    "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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    A stay in the North West rampaging around JDWs would have given a better list but for the Spoons Cider Festival.

    Conwy Clogwyn Gold 3.8%
    Peerless Triple Blond 4.1%
    Phoenix Black Bee 4.5%
    Beartown Bearly Literate 4.5%
    Phoenix White Monk 4.5%
    Acorn Fiesta 4.5%
    Oakham Bishop's Farewell 4.6%
    Titanic White Star 4.5%
    Phoenix Sticky Wicket 4.7%
    Robinsons Double Hop 4.8%
    Peerless El Dorado 4.8%
    Acorn Ultra IPA 5.0%
    Kelham Island Pale Rider 5.2%
    Phoenix Wobbly Bob 6.0%
    Oakham Green Devil (Bottle) 6.0%


    I'm going for the Acorn Fiesta as tried in the Star opposite Glossop Station for £3.30.
    As for the ciders, I'm just missing number 8 from Cornwall. I thought it was a poor festival this year with fewer and mainly weaker, sweetish ciders. It looks like it's going in the same direction as there twice yearly beer festivals.


    BOTW Acorn Fiesta

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    Credence Brewery - Mosaic only 3.6%, but full of flavour, from a brewery new to me in Northumberland, in The Dog & Rabbit
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    torrside -I am curious lemon
    torrside stout
    heavy industry-freak chick
    spey valley -spey stout
    block -Anzac mild
    mad cat-blueberry elderberry stout
    dark star -lager
    dark star -tropical ko
    dark star-not into yoga
    north riding -aussie
    arbor -the devil made me do it
    heavy industry -high voltage
    thornbridge - black harry
    pressure drop -quebec syrup heist
    wishbone -volk
    wishbone -pacific gem
    raw -fletcher stout
    stancill -black
    longarm -cookie stout
    longarm -black lager
    great heck -cascade
    three sods-trade union pale
    badseed -mandarina Bavaria pale
    badseed chucklehead
    steam machine -west coast
    twisted barrel -gods twisted sister
    oddessey -the occult
    all those British beers and the BOTW is German
    fuerst wiacek -german movies 6.2 great murky tropical fruity ipa at the Hop Locker Southbank

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