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    Default Beer of the Week (w/e 27th December 2020)

    A pub is for life not just for Christmas

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    Managed a couple of pub visits before closure.

    Cask
    Wantsum 5 Gold Grains
    Triple fff Pressed Rat And Warthog
    Disruption Last Walk Thru Eden
    Disruption Battle Royale Citra
    Three Castles Hoppy Christmas

    Bottles & Tins
    Salt IKAT
    Thornbridge Jaipur
    Thornbridge Jamestown
    BrewDog Elvis Juice
    BrewDog Layercake
    BrewDog/Evil Twin Roaster Coaster
    Ruddles Best!!!!! (Mum & Dad don't understand beer).

    Everything was good or better apart from the obvious.
    BOTW is Pressed Rat & Warthog , the best I've ever tasted it in The Alfred, or anywhere else come to that.
    "Everybody's got to believe in something. I believe I'll have another beer."
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    Last cask before Tiers:

    Adnams Ghost Ship (cask)*
    Oakham Bishops Farwell (cask)*
    Marble Trials #2
    Oakham Citra T90 (unfiltered)
    Marble Rapid Vienna IPA*
    Oakham Green Devil T90 (unfiltered)
    Yeastie Boys Gunnamtta
    Oakham Black Magic (unfiltered)
    Titanic Plum Porter
    Oakham Hop Slam (unfiltered)
    Oakham Citra
    Marble Barley Wine 2018

    All the cans and bottles were good with the Oakham unfiltered particularly worthy of note and Christmas wouldn't be the same without Titanic Plum Porter.
    BOTW has to be cask though and Oakham Bishops Farewell takes it with it several pints taking next to no time to whistle down on Christmas Eve.
    "Beer is food." Morse, Colin Dexter

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    From a much better stocked beer cupboard.

    Brewdog -- O- G Hazy (c)
    Titanic -- Plum Porter * (b)
    Mikkeller -- Blow Out (c)
    Titanic -- Plum Porter Reserve * (b)
    BrewDog -- Overworks Cosmic Raspberry * (b)
    Mikkeller -- American Dream (c)
    Marble -- Sky High Mountain IPA *(c)
    Tiny Rebel -- Electric Boogaloo (c)
    Vocation -- Life & Death* (c)
    Marble -- North South Petite IPA * (c)
    BrewDog -- Elvis Juice (c)

    Both Marble beers were beautifully balaced (more now on order),but BOTW goes to Titanic Plum Porter Reserve ,with the extra poke only serving to enhance this brew into the superb category.

    Next week steady progress through the stash.
    "Good people drink good beer" Hunter S Thompson

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    The small batch 10% Gun Brewery Barley Wine in ultra-rare cask form - just £6 for two pints from the village club - but, as advised, it would keep for a day or two in the now-traditional plastic milk container, so no need to rush!
    Last edited by rpadam; 30-12-2020 at 19:37.

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    Ramped it up this week in the run-up to Christmas:

    Ringwood Razorback (3.6%)
    Bath Ales Dark Side (4.0%)
    Marston Wainwright (4.1%)
    Atom Quantum State (4.2%)
    M&S / Adnam's Southwold Christmas Ale (4.2%)
    Hogs Back Advent Ale (4.4%)
    Rebellion Red (4.5%)
    Sierra Nevada Hazy Little Thing IPA (4.6%)
    London Beer Factory Sour Solstice (4.8%)
    Magic Rock Murk-Life Balance (5.0%)
    Asda / Bad Co. Denver Milk Stout (5.5%)
    M&S / Meantime Greenwich Winter Spiced Porter (5.5%)
    Bad Co. Boston Tea Party (5.8%)
    Rebellion Roasted Nuts Extra (5.8%)
    Northern Monk Stars & Stripes 'Twist Edition' Peanut & Jelly Porter (5.9%)
    Thornbridge Jamestown (5.9%)
    Magic Rock Dark Arts (6.0%)
    Bad Co. Off-Tempo (6.1%)
    Magic Rock / Salt Ripe Times DDH (6.5%)
    Northern Monk Scafell 'Twist Edition' (6.5%)
    Buxton King Slayer Double IPA (8.0%)
    Põhjala Jõuluöö (8.0%)

    Plenty of styles, but plumping for a locAle, purchased my son (by proxy) as part of a 12 x bottle box of 'Winter Warmers':

    BOTW: Rebellion Roasted Nuts Extra
    "Breakneck speed we drown ten pints of bitter"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Komakino View Post
    Magic Rock Murk-Life Balance (5.0%)
    Põhjala Jõuluöö (8.0%)
    Name checks: a) hahaha... b) not going to attempt pronunciation... (until I've had a couple, at 8%)..

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