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    siren -suspended in Chinook
    Gloucester -no coffee no workee
    republic -modern bitter
    gene pool -magnum mutation
    Aylesbury -quantum
    new wharf -erins pale
    oakham -hause buckler
    burnt mill -citra fog
    oakham -green devil ipa
    oalham -attilla
    yeasty boys -?? ipa
    brains -atlantic white
    oakham -black hole porter
    Botw
    fourpure -shapeshifter ipa although at £6 a pint poor value compared with the oakham beers at £2.45

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    A fairly quiet week, I made the schoolboy error yesterday of going to Wolverhampton without checking the football so ended up having a great day in Codsall Station and the Albrighton Platform micro. It also had the plus point of virtually no walking. The faggots with chips and mushy peas in the Codsall Station were fantastic and good value at £7.50.


    Fixed Wheel Through & Off 3.8%
    Holden's Black Country Bitter 3.9%
    Ludlow Blonde 4.0%
    Mallinson Tropical Blonde 4.3%
    Fixed Wheel Century Gold 4.8%
    Fixed Wheel Summer Smiles 4.8%
    Salopian Golden Thread 5.0%
    Millstone True Grit 5.0%
    Holden's Special 5.1%
    Small World Thunderbridge Stout 5.2%
    Kelham Island Pale Rider 5.2%
    Fixed Wheel No Brakes IPA 5.9%

    The winner is Fixed Wheel Summer Smiles. It's described as an American Wheat but is probably a hybrid as it wasn't cloudy. I'm not a big fan of wheat beers but this one had a great hoppy flavour. It was £3.30 (discounted) at the Albrighton micro. It bought a smile to my face but it was probably more an inane grin or a grimace.

    BOTW Fixed Wheel Summer Smiles

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    A rather busy week including trips to Worcester,Reading, Surbiton, Bethnal Green and Borough Market.

    Timothy Taylor Landlord
    Flowerpots Perridge Pale
    West Berks Mr Chubbs Lunchtime Bitter
    Hop Back GFB
    Man In A Hat American Pale Ale
    Salopian Dr Picc
    Swan Green Swan
    Saddlers Peaky Blinder
    Prescot Super 6 No 3
    Banks Sunbeam
    Vibrant Forest Cambrian Root
    Siren Suspended in Rainbow
    Siren The Sky Was Pink
    Siren Broken Dream
    Two Crafty Brewers American IPA
    Burning Soul Low Clarity
    Church End Stout Coffin
    Windsor & Eaton Champions Day Ale
    BrewDog Mindgame
    North Brewing Pale
    Hopcraft Keep Me Away From A Naked Flame
    Wild Weather Obscure 80's Reference
    Mallinsons Idaho 7
    Oakham Elephants In The Whirlpool
    Oakham Hawse Buckler
    Manchester Bewilderbeest
    Wylam Hickey The Rake
    Eight Arch Ancients Of Mumu
    Adnams Mosaic
    Adnams Two Bays
    ELB Cowcatcher
    Moor So Hop
    Gipsy Hill Moxie
    Boxcar Citra Columbus
    Trumans Attaboy
    Trumans Lazarus
    Redcar Autumn Ale
    Southwark LPA
    Arrow Black Tip
    Tollgate Brew 500

    Almost impossible to choose but if pushed BOTW will be Wylam Hickey The Rake.

    A much quieter week next week in readiness for the upcoming Manchester trip.
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    Angels and Demons-Bombay Social 3.8% A session pale/IPA that really hits the spot.Floral hops,hazelnuts.A BOTY contender, and there haven't been many of them, this year.
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    BOTW Beeston Brewery Magnificent Men Described on the bottle as Strong Amber Ale which at 7.2% is absolutely true. Went superbly with cheese.
    "Beer is food." Morse, Colin Dexter

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    The Fens and Charing Cross.

    Woodeforde's -- Wherry
    Lacon's -- Legacy
    Beestons -- Worth the Wait
    Adnams -- Southwold Bitter
    Pitchfork -- Golden Ale
    Tydd Steam -- Piston Bob
    Five Points -- Pale
    Dark Star -- American Pale Ale

    and BOTW ELB Calypso * (>3PT) on very fine form during a long session in The Harp ,a perfect quaffing pint that nearly brought on a Callapso . Glad to see the CAMRA discount still being offered in The Harp.

    Next week all quiet apart from the footie.
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    Not a big week for me, but all of the below are new to me.

    Berliner Heist (The London Beer Factory)
    Mai Tai (Ossett Brewery)
    Love & Hate (Vocation Brewery)
    Perlenbacher Weissbier (Lidl)
    Breakfast Club (Vocation Brewery)
    Clockwork Tangerine (BrewDog)
    Bitter Iron IPA (Hatherwood Craft Beer Company / Lidl)

    Only one of the above was from a pub visit (the Mai Tai), the rest had at home as a result of various recent supermarket purchases.

    For me, BOTW would be the Love & Hate by Vocation, with the Breakfast Club coming a close second, followed by the Mai Tai. The Love & Hate is a 7.2% New England IPA; I found it to be rather tropical and very enjoyable. Purchased in a 440ml can from Tesco, if anyone is interested.

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    Not been out much this week so a bottle for BOTW

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    Had the breakfast club and love and hate recently both 9/10.cheers john

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