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    Default Beer of the Week (w/e 17th September 2017)

    Mobyduck: Dark Revolution Deviant
    london calling: Arbor Never A Frown
    Aqualung: Kelham Island Mind Control
    Bucking Fastard: Titanic Plum Porter
    Thuck Phat: Blue Monkey Infinity
    aleandherty: Fernandes Triple OOO
    Komakino: Wantsum Fortitude
    Wittenden: Kingstone's Tewdric's Tipple
    ROBCamra: Raw/Pigeon Fishers Opposites Attract
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    A steady week.
    Hopback GFB
    Castle Rock Harvest Pale
    Timothy Taylor Golden Best
    Timothy Taylor Landlord
    Purity Pure Gold
    Oakham Hanger 17
    Triple fff Moondance
    Tillingbourne ANOB
    Shepherd Neame Whitstable Bay
    Great Heck Mercy
    Adnams Mosaic
    Bowmans Wallops Wood
    Hogs Back TEA
    Black Sheep Holy Grail
    Salopian Treasure Trove
    Dark Revolution Deviant
    Northern Whisper Yammerhouse

    BOTW goes to Dark Revolution Deviant
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    Just social drinking this week so mostly well known stouts and brown beers . Only new beer was BOTW
    Arbor -never a frown (and yes it was golden brown and very tasty)

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    A trip to Scotland saw off the remaining Scottish JDWs and a day in the Wolverhampton area yesterday provided some welcome decent beer :-

    Holden's Black Country Bitter 3.8%
    Windswept Blonde 4.0%
    Banks's Sunbeam 4.2%
    Wibblers Genesis 4.2%
    Fyne Ales Hurricane Jack 4.4%
    Young's Special 4.5%
    Orkney Dark Island 4.5%
    Holden's Castle Class 4.6%
    Morton Essington IPA 4.8%
    Redcastle Tower IPA 4.8%
    Joules Kolkata 5.0%
    Banks's Sleeping Giant IPA 5.0%
    Holden's Special 5.1%
    Long Man Wild Man 5.2%
    Backyard Penda Black IPA 5.5%
    Fyne Ales Sunset Boulevard 5.6%
    Thornbridge Jaipur IPA 5.9%
    Oakham Green Devil (Bottle) 6.0%
    Wooha IPA 6.2%
    Kelham Island Mind Control 6.9%


    The easy winner is the Kelham Island Mind Control which was truly outstanding for £3.50 in the Wolverhampton Great Western. I've had it before but it had taken such a control over my mind that I had forgotten about it.


    BOTW Kelham Island Mind Control

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    Huntingdon and Carshalton,quality over quantity.

    Oakham -- Velvet Claws *
    Greene King -- IPA
    Hop Back -- Summer Lightning *
    Robinsons -- Trooper
    Marstons -- Pedigree
    Adnams -- Ghost Ship
    Hart Family -- Mid Atlantic Pale *
    RedWillow -- Stateless
    Titanic -- Plum Porter *
    Magic Rock -- High Wire *
    Magic Rock -- Common Grounds *
    Crouch Vale -- Yakima Gold *

    The last four were consumed in The Hope ,all in superb condition and by a short head BOTW was Titanic Plum Porter,a joy to sup.


    Next week looking quiet.
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    Not bad:

    Oakham Hanger 17
    North Cotswold Hung, Drawn 'n' Portered*
    Everards Tiger*
    Blue Monkey Ape Ale
    Blue Monkey Infinity*
    Oakham Bishops Farewell*

    Easy decision this week. BOTW Blue Monkey Infinity. Sublime.
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    One of those rare weeks where nothing was particularly exciting.

    Great Heck - Trafalgar.
    Titanic - Cappuccino.
    Fernandes - Black Chalice.
    Ossett - Sorachi Sunset.
    Roosters - High Tea.
    Fernandes - Polaris.
    Fernandes - Triple OOO.

    If nothing else, I learnt I really don't like the flavour of Sorachi hops (a synthetic, almost bubblegum, taste). I also struggled with the Cappuccino. I'm sure I've had this before, but I don't remember it being so artificial tasting. Maybe I'm just getting my 'Bah, Humbug!' head on in plenty of time for the approaching siege of Christmas.
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    Wantsum Fortitude (4.2%)
    "Breakneck speed we drown ten pints of bitter"

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    Pembrokeshire,Gwent:

    Felinfoel-Double Dragon-4.2%abv Tried for the sake of nostalgia.Malt led and soulful.
    Evan Evans-WPA-4%abv Sweetish pale ale:good condition, but not to my taste.
    Evan Evans-Warrior-4.4%abv. A taster.On gravity from a cask at full tilt on the bar.Ruby ,malty best bitter.
    Derby-Triple Hop-4.1%. Northern Brewer, Challenger and Goldings.Peppery,herbal hops.this pale ale selling well.
    Gower-Gower Gold-4.5%abv. Zesty Golden Ale.Green leaf hops.
    Coles Family-Dylan Thomas-4.8%. Dark, but not bible black.Fruity,smoaky,creamy head.Aged in wooded casks before despatch.Not really to my taste,for a lunchtime pint, but in good condition.
    Harbwr Tenby-M.V.Enterprise-4%abv.Zesty.Summer fruit.Welcome pale ale.
    Kingstone-Tewdric's Tipple Ale-3.8% abv-Zesty.Sturdy session bitter.Herbal hops.

    All these beers were new to me ,from new breweries, apart from Tewdric's Tipple,which was also tried last week. None of them were really outstanding,but my BOTW is Kingstone's Tewdric's Tipple.
    "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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    Raw/Pigeon Fishers Opposites Attract 4.6%. A collaboration brew between two of Chesterfields finest.

    Murky and hoppy, it still went down a treat in The Baum.
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