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    Great Heck - Blonde.

    Passed the seven pint test in the Iron Stone Miner, Guisborough, on Friday.

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    Kent:Thin-looks as if the rest of the year will be too.

    Goacher's-Crown Imperial Stout 4.5%abv: Delicious earthy, roasty , chocolatey Tovil goodness.
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    A reasonable week:

    Langton Thomas Lift
    Titanic Plum Porter*
    Salopian The Bends*
    Dog House New England IPA*
    Dog House Cappuccino Stout*
    Millstone True Grit
    Oakham Bishops Farwell*
    Hop Back Summer Lightening*

    Some good beers in there but BOTW Salopian The Bends stood out. A 5.2% tropical IPA - right up my rue.
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    Not too bad, helped along by the Otley Beer Festival

    Rat - Ratmospheric
    Ilkley - Joshua Jane
    Thornbridge - Jaipur
    Five Towns - Hello Space Boy
    Salt - Jute
    Crooked - Spokes
    Tetley - No 3
    Nightjar - Lucy in the Rye with Diamonds
    Settle - Blackthorn Sloe Porter
    Daleside - Morocco Ale
    Bridgehouse - Baltic Rum Porter
    Wilde Childe - The Italian Job
    Arbor - Why Kick a Moo Cow
    Small World - Long Moor Pale
    Old Mill - Blonde Bombshell
    Pennine - Progress Stout
    Horbury - Tiramisu
    Ilkley - Gregory Porter


    dark beer again: Wilde Childe - The Italian Job (tiramsu milkshake stout 6%)
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    Boating around the South Midlands,some good sessions.

    Great Oakley -- Delapre Dark
    Titanic -- Plum Porter * (>3PT )
    Salopian -- The Bends *
    Doghouse -- New England IPA *
    Doghouse -- Cappuccino Stout *
    Millstone -- True Grit *
    Oakham -- Bishops Farewell *
    Little Eaton -- Bates Pale Ale *
    Timothy Taylor -- Landlord
    Marston's -- Bass
    XT (Animal) -- Hop Kitty *(3PT)

    The Bends has already had a nomination and it was great,and Plum Porter get's enough accolades so BOTW was Doghouse New England IPA,a complex brew with a lot going on during their tap takeover of the Crafty Banker.

    Next week end month sessions topped off by footie.
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    Not a bad week with all of these tried in South Wales


    Brain's Dark 3.5%
    Brain's Bitter 3.7%
    Pilot Revolver 4.0%
    Brain's Rev James Gold 4.1%
    Pilot Gold 4.4%
    Pilot Black Storm 4.5%
    GWB Gimme Smoke 4.5%
    Tenby Hang Ten 4.6%
    VOG Flying Hellfish 4.6%
    Tiny Rebel Espresso 4.6%
    Tiny Rebel Cwtch 4.6%
    Brain's Bragging Rights 5.0%
    Tiny Rebel Stay Puft 5.2%
    Elgood's Greyhound 5.2%
    Crafty Devil Cry Baby (keg) 5.3%
    Hopcraft Pub Crawl Brawl 5.5%
    Marston's Old Empire 5.7%
    Crafty Devil Feed My Frankenstein (keg) 6.5%
    Abbeydale Black Mass 6.66%


    However, the winner is from England and goes back to Abbeydale's earliest days when their beers all had a name with a religious theme. I've only come across Black Mass a few times and in Cardiff's Head Of Steam it had very little sweetness but was expensive at £4.60.


    BOTW Abbeydale Black Mass

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    Oakham Scarlet Macaw and Bad Seed Citra Pale Ale at the Craft Beer Co - both new to me, the Scarlet Macaw probably being the favoured of the two.

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    Steady,

    Brains (Craft Brewery) Cafe Phoenix
    Timothy Taylor Landlord*
    Dark Star Hophead
    Flowerpots Perridge Pale*
    Salopian Oracle
    Hattie Browns Moonlite*
    Powderkeg PK IPA*
    Oakham Citra*
    Tring Side Pocket For Toad*
    Three Castles White Knight
    Sandiway Ales Klunkerz*

    Some really nice beers this past week and several really nice pubs, not least The Square And Compass and The Wonston Arms both on Saturday. BOTW is a new one for me , a Devonshire beer taken in Dorset, Powderkeg PK IPA, at 6.0% the strongest of the week and very flavoursome.
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    Last week's highlights,

    Windsor & Eton - Roast Chestnut
    Windsor & Eton - Canberra
    Adnams - Ghost Ship
    Wychwood - Hobgoblin Gold
    3 Brewers - Special English Ale
    3 Brewers - Ruby
    Leighton Buzzard - Black Buzzard
    Leighton Buzzard - Cuckoo
    Sadler's - Thin Ice
    Bootleg Brewing Co - Chorlton Pale Ale

    BotW goes to the Black Buzzard, a nice tasty porter.
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