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    Beer of the Week for me was a remarkable Red Wine Barrel Aged Stout 6.7% from Neepsend Brew Co at the Blake Hotel, Sheffield. Only £3.80/pint! Tastes stronger than the label says but I've had much stronger versions of this style at the Crow Inn and at Shakespeare's and this tasted much the same. Quite a strong flavour of red wine and a touch of sourness or acidity from the cask ageing process, but the maltiness of the stout still present in the background. After drinking a couple of halves on Tuesday I went back on Wednesday and had a pint, topped up by two further halves, as my appreciation of this beer overcame my doubts about drinking too much of such a strong one.

    When I went in last night for a pre-match lifter, the bar manager indicted to me that the beer was still on (its 6th day!) and told me it had gone much smoother than when it was first on. My first pint this time went down in under 30 minutes, which is pretty quick for a beer this strong. As it was getting near the end of the barrel I went for another, though this meant I had to finish my second in a similar time to be sure of being home in time for kick off. So by 8pm I was nicely mellowed.

    Quite a beer! But the owner (of both pub and brewery) has apparently indicated that it will be a one-off: because it sold too slowly! Well, it may have been slow but at least it didn't go off. I told the manager that they should have charged £4.50 for it, because people who like this sort of beer won't object to paying a premium price (it's usually a lot more for this style at the Crow Inn where it's from an expensive keg) and people who don't like it weren't going to be drinking it even if it sold at £2.
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    Still quiet in Kent:

    Bedlam-Amagansett 5%abv.Fruity,oily APA
    Larkins-Traditional 3.4%abv.Excellent pint of Trad.Background toffee,great depth of flavour. My BOTW.
    "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 bumper week in pubs as well as beer.

    Mr Winters Evolution*
    Adnams Ghost Ship
    Wolf Golden Jackal
    Wolf Lupus Lupus
    ELB Pale*
    Golden Triangle Citropolis*
    Lacons Blonde
    Fat Cat Marmalade*
    Fat Cat Tom Cat*
    Fat Cat Milk Stout*
    BrewDog Elvis Juice* (keg)
    Oakham Citra*
    Oakham Endless Summer
    Flowerpots Perridge Pale.*
    Starwing Stain Glass Blue*
    S&P First Light*
    Humpty Dumpty Little Sharpie
    Three Blind Mice Amarillo BBC & Mosaic*
    Pohjala Kosmos* (keg)
    Brass Castle Misfit (Citra & Comet)
    Theakstons Old Peculiar
    Nene Vally Egyptian Cream*
    Mr Grundys Big Willy
    Black Hole Milky Way
    Goffs Jester 6 (keg)*

    A good week with some time spent in Norwich where my BOTW was found, Three Blind Mice Amarillo BBC & Mosaic, very much enjoyed in The Plasterers Arms.

    This week things expected to be more sedate.
    "Everybody's got to believe in something. I believe I'll have another beer."
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    Late entry and not worth the wait:

    Peroni
    Brancaster Oystercatcher*
    Adnams Ghost Ship*

    Limited variety but both beers were decent. The Peroni wasn’t.
    BOTW Brancaster Oystercatcher . An old favourite and welcome in an area low on variety.
    "Beer is food." Morse, Colin Dexter

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