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    This Space For Hire Wittenden's Avatar
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    At Wittenden's Retreat-The Three Legs Session IPA. Order placed at 1042, delivered to our non contact loading dock by 3.15 the same day, by one of the Legs if I'm not mistaken. A delicious murky fruity delight.
    "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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    Had two Brewdog -elvis juice tonight good but not great 7/10 had better on keg in a pub
    then three Brewdog -hazy jane far better 8./10 really liked this beer
    them one Robinsons -old tom 8.5/10 how can a shit brewery like Robinsons produce one of my fav beers
    first two beers in a pint stemmed tulip and the old Tom in a Belgian small chalice .
    Getting better beers and cheaper beers now that the pubs have closed imo

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    A Flintlock (or two) from my go-to 'lockdown' supplier (Musket Brewery), dispensed from a 5 litre mini-cask cooled in the 'evaporation fridge' out back, and my first beer since last weekend!

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    Quote Originally Posted by london calling View Post
    Getting better beers and cheaper beers now that the pubs have closed imo
    Certainly the quality lottery of cask ale isn't a factor in can or bottle, mini-kegs need to be kept cool and drunk quickly so that's a closer comparison.

    Tonight's delights were Vocation Bread & Butter, Roosters Yankee and Roosters Baby Faced Assassin all served in a manly Roosters conical schooner (as God intended), sadly all in children's portions, which are only appropriate for BFA .
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    that strike people's kneeses,
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    Vocation Life & Death and Magic Rock Dark Arts tonight, good stuff.
    "Everybody's got to believe in something. I believe I'll have another beer."
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    Real ale hit the bar for the first time in a while last night, as local brewer Big Smoke have just added three cask brews to their home delivery range. Distant Lands is a modern style golden ale which slipped down incredibly easily and reminded me how much nicer draught is than bottle. Priced not unreasonably at £10 for 4 pints, and consumed in the late afternoon sun in the beer garden.
    On leaving the bar, I felt a strong blow to the back of my head. Turning round, I discovered it was the pavement

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    Default Last night at the Sheffield Hatter's Inn

    I had a couple of deliveries yesterday - two boxes each from Black Sheep and Williams Bros. It nearly killed me carting them upstairs - I live in an "upper maisonette", which means four flights of stairs from street level to my front door.

    Last night I made a start from the beers from Alloa: First, their lager/IPA hybrid Caesar Augustus, which was refreshing after the dusty afternoon I'd spent relaying a carpet. Next, a couple of draft beers that they've bottled: Pail Ale (made in a bucket?) and Splitting Seeds, both modern IPAs with new world hops, so not at the centre of my beer preference spectrum, but not bad at all.

    I may have a go at the Black Sheep tonight. Or now...
    Come On You Hatters!

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    I've started big.After Moby's heads up ,I found some Vocation Life & Death 7.2% in my local Tesco.Exactly as it says on the tin,hazy peach & mango juicy citrus taste.Yum 9/10

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    Next one up Howling Hops House IPA 6.9%,from a delivery by the brewery.Another great ,juicy IPA 9/10

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    Only one different beer tonight and its
    Meantime -London porter.6/10
    Have found over the years that Meantime rarely produce the goods.

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