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    Quote Originally Posted by aleandhearty View Post
    Finally got round to trying some Tynt Meadow (English Trappist Ale) and although it was good, I found it a little underwhelming, lacking intensity, for my palate.
    Me too, I'll be sticking to St Bernardus, Westmalle and Orval.

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    Kent Brewery-KGB:4.1% abv.Peppery farmyard best bitter.In all honesty,this was more enjoyable than most of the bitters we drank in the 80s,once the accountants got to grips with things.
    Goacher's-Special House Ale:3.8%abv. Fine,but lacked the earthiness I relish from Goacher's.
    Indoors,I wasn't overly impressed with Adnams Mosaic Pale Ale.
    My BOTW,Kent KGB.
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    A pathetic short list this week with just one day spent in pubs:-

    Enefield EB 4.0%
    Sambrook's Pumphouse Pale 4.2%
    ELB Jamboree 4.8%
    Windsor & Eton Conqueror 5.0%
    Enefield London IPA 6.0%


    I'll go for the Conqueror ahead of the Jamboree as tried for £1.99 at the rejuvenated Leytonstone Walnut Tree during the JDW January Sale.


    BOTW Windsor & Eton Conqueror

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    Quote Originally Posted by oldboots View Post
    Me too, I'll be sticking to St Bernardus, Westmalle and Orval.
    I did wonder if it was just me, so it's quite reassuring to read that. TBH, I'm a bit of a Trappist tyro, so I'll make a note of those three and endeavour to try them over the coming months.
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