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    Pennine Brewing - Hair of the Dog. Had three of these sat outside the Dubliners next to Thornaby station.

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    Oakham -maelstrom was best beer this week and was meant to be my last pint of the night but was so good I had three.Stopped when I realised I was bouncing off the doorframes as I tried to get to the toilets.

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    Goacher's-Silver Star:4.2%abv.Earthy and floral Pale Ale.Ahh,Fuggles.
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    A strange week mostly southern beers drunk at York Beer Festival,

    Amwell Springs - Eezy Geez
    Bason Bridge - Hardings Pale Ale
    Black Tor - Devonshire Pale Ale
    Buckland Brewers - Bok Bier
    Copper Street - Saxon Gold
    Elusive Claptrap Von SpillDeBeans
    Good Chemistry - Boundless Sky
    Gritchie - English Lore
    Little Giant - Fe
    Powderkeg - Speakeasy
    Riviera - Torbay Express
    Roam - Tavy IPA
    S7N - Amarillo Citra APA
    Siren Craft - Broken Dream
    Bingley - Goldilocks
    Saltaire - New Ground
    Wensleydale - Falconer
    Taylors - Boltmaker


    The Wensleydale Falconer was very easy drinking while lunching with Mrs OB but BOTW from the beer festival was Little Giant - Fe.

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    Limited:

    Brunswick Meach Pelba*
    Purity Longhorn IPA (keg)*
    Oakham Bishops Farewell*

    All were excellent and whistled down during a warm week. BOTW was Brunswick Meach Pelba a 5.3% IPA with hints of peach and raspberry which gave a refreshing background flavour rather than overwhelming. Flew easily through the 3 pint test on a lovely sunny afternoon.
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    Gdansk and Croydon.

    Browar Amber -- Pszeniczniak *
    Ksiazece -- Porter *
    Ksiazece -- Red Lager
    Brovania Gdansk -- Dark *
    Brovania Gdansk -- Lager
    Brovania Gdansk -- Wheat Beer *
    Gdanske Bowke -- Dark
    Gdanske Bowke -- Lager
    Gdanske Bowke -- Wheat
    Sadlers -- Peaky Blinder * (3PT)

    BOTW goes to Brovania Gdansk Dark a very easy quaffing brew sampled in the Brovania bar where it is brewed , one of the best places to drink in Gdansk,despite being essentially a hotel bar.No link due to insecure website.

    Next week end month sessions in Hertford ,Chandos Place and somewhere in Croydon.
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    Not a bad week, with about half a dozen new ones tried.


    Ainsty - Pale.
    Milestone - Raspberry Wheat.
    Horbury - Tiramisu.*
    Nomadic - Elysium.
    Henry Smith - Session IPA.
    Elland - Belgian Wit.
    Empire - Plum Porter.
    Thornbridge - Astryd.*
    Great Heck - Dave.
    Tigertops - Island Life.
    North Riding - Citra.*
    Pig & Porter - Pale.
    Glastonbury - Black As Yer 'At.*
    Parkway - Mad Dog.

    Astryd is really growing on me. Great flavour for a 3.8% beer. Taken in Harry's Bar, Wakefield.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bucking Fastard View Post
    Gdansk and Croydon.

    Browar Amber -- Pszeniczniak *
    Ksiazece -- Porter *
    Ksiazece -- Red Lager
    Brovania Gdansk -- Dark *
    Brovania Gdansk -- Lager
    Brovania Gdansk -- Wheat Beer *
    Gdanske Bowke -- Dark
    Gdanske Bowke -- Lager
    Gdanske Bowke -- Wheat
    Sadlers -- Peaky Blinder * (3PT)

    BOTW goes to Brovania Gdansk Dark a very easy quaffing brew sampled in the Brovania bar where it is brewed , one of the best places to drink in Gdansk,despite being essentially a hotel bar.No link due to insecure website.

    Next week end month sessions in Hertford ,Chandos Place and somewhere in Croydon.
    Which beer was from Croydon?
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    Not too bad a week...

    Greene King XX Mild*
    3 Piers Manxman
    Ascot Gold Cup*
    Ascot Shadowfax
    Three Castles White Knight
    Severn Ruby Porter
    Flowerpots Perridge Pale
    Flowerpots Goodens Gold*
    Binghams El Dorado First Gold
    Banks Sunbeam*
    Bad Seed Ground Control
    Wild Weather Blank Space*
    Almasty Idaho 7 x Sabro
    Almasty Mosaic x Nelson*
    Vibrant Forest Stone Sap*
    Redemption Big Chief
    Bristol Beer Factory Milk Stout*
    Taylors Landlord.

    BOTW Vibrant Forest Stone Sap as tried in the Nags.
    Last edited by Mobyduck; 24-09-2019 at 11:31.
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