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Thread: Beer of the Week (w/e 18th April 2021)

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    Roving RAT ROBCamra's Avatar
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    Default Beer of the Week (w/e 18th April 2021)

    Beer outside actual pubs.

    Vocation Pride & Joy just shades it from Brew York Jarsa both taken in The Baum.
    Last edited by ROBCamra; 18-04-2021 at 21:03.
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    Back to the pub:

    Brancaster Oystercatcher*
    Adnams Ghost Ship*
    Oakham Bishops Farewell*

    Marble Earl Grey IPA*
    Marble Extra Special Marble
    Northern Monk Scafell*

    The cask beers were all fantastic and the Bishops took a bit of a beating but BOTW has to be Brancaster Oystercatcher as it was the first cask beer in four months and half a gallon just disappeared. Fantastic.
    "Beer is food." Morse, Colin Dexter

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    Waterborne Beer Inspector Bucking Fastard's Avatar
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    Petersham,Braunston and Euston.

    Twickenham -- Grandstand
    Sharp's -- Doom Bar
    Marston's -- Pedigree
    Salt/Pomona Island -- Shoop * (can)
    BrewDog -- Punk IPA (can)
    Hammerton -- N7 * (>3PT)
    Five Points -- XPA (keg)
    Thornbridge -- Jaipur IPA * (can)

    Easy winner Hammerton N7 taken in volume at The Euston Tap on a great session made simple by top quality cask ale.

    Next week boating on very familiar territory,no new pubs ticks likely but lots of ale assurred.
    "Good people drink good beer" Hunter S Thompson

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    I have had some excellent local beers in this first week of pub gardens opening:

    Tapped Mojo 3.6% brewed and drunk at (or just outside the front door of) the Sheffield Tap
    Kelham Island Best Bitter 3.8% brewed next door to and drunk in the garden of the Fat Cat
    Loxley Halliday Bitter 4.0% brewed just on the edge of Sheffield and drunk in the car park of the Raven Inn
    and not local but still excellent, Marble Bitter 4.0% drunk in the small back yard of the Beer House on Ecclesall Road, having made the journey over the Pennines from Manchester.

    Very hard to choose a favourite from those four. Marble has never been a favourite of mine, partly because of an early experience of a beer that tasted of lemon squash, so this Bitter was a bit of an eye-opener for me. It's not as bitter or as idiosyncratic as Boddingtons, which I think it is modelled on, but it was very good. However, for sheer quality and excellent condition, the Kelham Island Best is, by a nostril, my beer of the week.
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    Made one outdoor visit this week,with some trepidation, as I wasn't in the mood for faffing with apps and ordering blind, and had already passed several pubs before seeing the co-landlady of Larkins' Alehouse standing at the door. The back garden was full, but fortuitously the table on the street was available. The resulting glass of Kent Brewery-The Quiet American (abv 4.2%) was prime, and justified my decision not to take cask beer home in a plastic container during lockdown. My BOTW,though I rather enjoyed a can of Revolver Pale Ale (4%) from Good Things Brewing.
    "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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    Still about Mobyduck's Avatar
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    Out saving pubs and enjoying it.


    Three pubs plus stuff from the fridge

    Flowerpots Perridge Pale
    Beartown Blubeary
    Beartown Creme Bearlee
    Wantsum Golgotha Stout
    Oakham Inferno
    Marble Manchester Bitter
    Chapter Hidden Lakes
    360⁰ Session India Pale Ale
    Disruption A Walk Thru Eden

    Lost And Grounded I Wanna Be In The Sun

    Northern Monk Northern Star
    Siren The Wedge
    Siren Granola Coaster Cacao & Orange
    Siren Futurist

    I wondered if a cask beer would be able to get past some of the tin selections given my love of hop forward , and of late stronger beer but BOTW goes to a beer before tasting I wouldn't have put my money on but BOTW goes to Marble Manchester Bitter, an extremely well put together beer and extremely well kept in The Wonston Arms
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    "Everybody's got to believe in something. I believe I'll have another beer."

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    Pub researcher (unpaid) rpadam's Avatar
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    Somewhere in the Low Weald


    Not a huge amount of choice on my East Kent foray, but the fresh Whitstable Bay Pale Ale from Shepherd Neame suited the sunny beer gardens very well.

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