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    Just stumbled across St Austell Sugar Plum Porter, one of their small batch brews. Absolutely delicious and one to watch out for if you are down West.
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    Another quiet week, alas.

    North Riding - Mosaic Pale.*
    Great Heck - Voodoo Mild.*
    Ainsty - Assassin.
    Chin Chin - Poolside.

    An old favourite takes the honours this week.
    'And where he supped the past lived still. And where he sipped the glass brimmed full' John Barleycorn, Carol Ann Duffy.

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    An excellent and varied week with most from Bedfordshire and Cambridgeshire:

    Purity Mad Goose
    Tring Tea Kettle Stout
    Brewhouse & Kitchen (Bedford) Invarsity*
    Brewhouse & Kitchen (Bedford) Tasmanian Tom Tropical IPA (keg)*
    Nene Valley Brewery Bitter & Orange (keg)*
    Nene Valley Brewery Bible Black (keg)*
    Adnams Ghost Ship
    Lacons Yarmouth Red*
    Red Stripe
    Oakham Musashi*
    Nene Valley Brewery John Lemon*
    Three Blind Mice Battle Scars*
    Marble Earl Grey IPA*
    Bakers Dozen The Big Twig*
    Oakham Bishops Farewell*

    All those starred were worthy of BOTW in most other weeks so it's up against serious competition that Three Blind Mice Battle Scars takes the title. An imperial stout which the brewer (who popped in while we were enjoying it) has aged in Speyside whisky barrels with dates in the bottom to create a stunning and complex 9.7% stout. BOTY to date.
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    Drifting around The Fens........some of this list will look familiar see above


    Purity -- Mad Goose
    Tring -- Tea Kettle Stout
    Brewhouse & Kitchen (Bedford) -- Invarsity
    Brewhouse & Kitchen (Bedford) -- Tasmanian Tom Tropical IPA (keg) *
    Wantsum -- Yellow Tail *
    Lacon -- Yarmouth Red *
    Rocket Ales -- Comet
    Adnams -- Ghost Ship
    Nene Valley -- Bitter and Orange (key keg)*
    Nene Valley -- Bible Black (key keg)*
    Sharps -- Doom Bar
    Oakham -- Musashi * (3PT)
    Woodeforde's -- Volt IPA (3PT)
    Adnams -- Two Bays
    Woodeforde's -- Red Admiral (>3PT)
    St Austell -- Proper Job *

    BOTW goes to Oakham Musashi ,a September special and not so hop forward as some Oakham brews,nicely balanced and perfect quaffing material.On fine form in the Royal Oak.

    Next week quiet until the footie.
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    Kent:at the Ploughing Match.

    Old Dairy-Uber Brew 3.8%abv.Resinous hops,good session beer.
    Mad Cat-Golden India Pale Ale 4.2%abv.Grassy hops,new mown hay.My BOTW
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    Harrogate Brewing Co - Plum Porter (from the wood) unbeatable and easily passed the 4 pint test.

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    Not a bad week with nothing offensive but nothing really outstanding :-

    Banks's Mild 3.5%
    Mart's Early Bird 3.8%
    Greene King Hopportunity Knocks 4.2%
    Oakham Citra 4.2%
    Holden's Golden Glow 4.4%
    Marston's Pedigree 4.5%
    Sadler's Boris Citrov 4.5%
    Hobson's Town Crier 4.5%
    Springfield Sweet Lips 4.6%
    Ilkley Rombald 4.6%
    Robinson's Trooper 4.7%
    AJ's IPA 4.8%
    Brew House The Dark One 5.0%
    Holden's Special 5.1%
    Mordue IPA 5.1%
    Saltaire Pacifica 5.5%
    Marston's Old Empire 5.7%
    Peerless Full Whack 6.0%
    Sarah Hughes Dark Ruby Mild 6.0%
    Mart's Float On (keg) 6.2%
    Northern Monk Heathen (freebie keg) 7.2%


    I'll go for an old favourite Sarah Hughes Dark Ruby Mild as tried for £3.40 in the Great Western.
    Next week it's the Llanbedr beer festival so there'll be some weird names. I just hope it's cooler there than in the South.

    BOTW Sarah Hughes Dark Ruby Mild

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    Hop Back GFB
    Flowerpots Perridge Pale
    Spitting Feathers Thirst Quencher
    Stockport Cascade
    Lytham Berry Blonde
    Isle of Purbeck Equinox
    Goffs Cheltenham Gold
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    "Everybody's got to believe in something. I believe I'll have another beer."
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    Had ten beers in pubs this week but nothing compares to these three from Tesco
    Hop Stuff -juicy fruit pale
    vocation -breakfast club
    botw
    vocation -love and hate a tremendous ipa
    cheers

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