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    A pub is for life not just for Christmas

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    Kent:

    Ramsgate Brewery (Gadds) -No 5 4.4%abv.Plenty of East Kent hops this time.
    Dartford Wobbler (Millis)-Dartford Wobbler 4.3%abv.Brown and malty. New brewery for me.
    Angels and Demons-McCanns Janet Street 4.5%abv.Lovely dark brown almost black Green Hop Porter.Dry with hedge fruit.

    My BOTW the wonderfully named (for those of us with a keen interest in the pretensions of popular culture) Janet Street.
    "At that moment I would have given a kingdom, not for champagne or hock and soda, or hot coffee but for a glass of beer" Marquess Curzon of Kedlestone, Viceroy of India.

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    A trip to Hebden Bridge on Saturday led to a very good Thornbridge Jaipur at the Old Gate.

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    Not a bad week, including a batch of Kent beers at the New Inn, Cropton beer festival.

    Taylor - Boltmaker
    Turning Point - Disco King
    Box - Handlebar
    Bad Seed - Filter Bubble
    Turning Point - Lucid Dream
    Harrogate - Kursaal Imperial Stout
    Samuel Smiths Yorkshire Stingo (bottle)
    Black Sheep Imperial Russian Stout (bottle)
    Old Dairy - Copper Top
    Northern Whisper - Summit
    Time & Tide - Porter
    Cattle Shed - Chocolate Milk Stout
    Romney Marsh - Amber Ale
    Taylor - Landlord
    Helmsley - Striding the Riding
    Banks's - Mild
    Camerons - Strongarm
    Ossett - Blonde
    Taylor - Landlord
    Kirkstall - Dexter
    Oakham - Inferno
    Titanic - Plum Porter Grand Reserve


    A hard choice especially among the dark beers but I'll stick with one of Yorkshire's finest Harrogate - Kursaal Imperial Stout

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    Very quiet with just BOTW Oakham Bishops Farewell on cask. Reliable as ever.
    "Beer is food." Morse, Colin Dexter

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    Just a single pub visit so by default BOTW was Purple Moose Black Cherry Porter* in top form in the Old Cross Tavern .Not overpowering cherry,some vanilla and well balanced by good bitterness ,a very enjoyable quaff.

    Next week looks equally bleak.
    "Good people drink good beer" Hunter S Thompson

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    A day off last Tuesday with a short trip to Reading helped make the list even more interesting.

    Vibrant Forest Summerlands
    Vibrant Forest Cambrian Root*
    Vibrant Forest Barbarella*
    Three Blind Mice Milk Worm*
    Wild Weather/New Lion War Against Reality*
    Goffs Jester Brew 10*
    Goffs Jester Brew 11
    Beavertown Neck Oil
    Navigation New Dawn*
    Acorn Powder Plot*
    Dent Dales Way
    Red Cat Art Of T*
    Test Brewing Dun Stout
    Hop Back Entire Stout*
    Flowerpots Goodens Gold*
    Flowerpots Perridge Pale*
    West Berks Maharaja IPA*

    There are 4 or 5 top contenders here but BOTW is Three Blind Mice Milk Worm,described as a Milk Porter it scored a rare NBSS 4.5 for me in The Nags Head,narrowly edging out the Barbarella, a Rhubarb IPA in the same venue.
    "Everybody's got to believe in something. I believe I'll have another beer."
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    triple fff -jabberwalky
    arbor -the devil made me brew it
    weird beard -dodo
    fourpure -last train
    fourpure-typhoon hazy ipa
    Brixton -routes and branch
    black jack -euchre
    Manchester -orange ipa
    hop shed -phoenix porter
    pig and porter -lilac time? mild
    howling hops -last post
    howling hops got pipped at the post for
    beer of the week

    two by two-ddh simcoe and amerillo at the Dodo micropub

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    All of these were tried in Cardiff & Newport

    Rhymney Dark 4.0%
    Cameron's Mooring 4.3%
    Tiny Rebel Mosaic Cask IPA 4.3%
    Brewdog Clockwork Tangerine (cans) 4.5%
    White Hag The Black Pig (keg) 4.5%
    Weird Beard Black Xmas 4.5%
    Tiny Rebel Cwtch 4.6%
    Northern Whisper Beltie 4.8%
    Marston's Fortyniner 4.9%
    Slater's Autumn Red 5.0%
    JDW/Banks's Light Hearted Ale 5.0%
    Salopian Aubade 5.0%
    Tiny Rebel Stay Puft 5.2%
    Brewdog Punk IPA (keg) 5.4%
    Northern Monk Faith 5.4%
    Boss Boon (can 0.99p) 6.0%
    Tiny Rebel What's Cooler Than Being Cool 8.0%

    I'm going for the Northern Whisper Beltie, an excellent strong stout as tried for £3.65 in the Brain's City Arms in Cardiff.


    BOTW Northern Whisper Beltie

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    Another quiet week, unfortunately.

    Whitstable - Oyster Stout.
    Fernandes - Half Nelson.
    Tigertops - Little Mac.*
    North Riding - Cascade.
    Titanic - Plum Porter.*
    Phoenix - Monkeytown Mild.

    A two horse race between the porter and the Little Mac, both on superb form. As mentioned on previous BOTWs, I've found Tigertops beers a little variable of late, but when The Axeman gets it right, he definitely gets it right. As always, it's difficult to find much info on Tigertops brews, but according to Untappd it's triple hopped and dry hopped. It certainly had fantastic flavour for a 3.7% beer, with a cumulative, lingering bitterness.
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