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    A bumper week by way of Sheffield, Burton On Trent, Birmingham, Surrey and Hants.

    Cask
    Silver Brewhouse Independence
    Salopian Lemon Dream*
    Salopian The Matter Is Closed*
    Three Castles Mango Mania*
    Pot Belly Hop Trotter
    Goffs Jester Brew 13*
    Three Sods Dark Magus
    Milestone Missy Sippy
    Flowerpots Perridge Pale
    Vocation Heart & Soul
    Roosters Buckeye
    Shiny Hello Traveller
    Abbydale Deception
    Abbydale Heathern
    Abbeydale Moonshine*
    Blue Bee American Five Hop*
    Kelham Island Easy Rider*
    Kelham Island Pale Rider*
    Durham West Coast IPA
    Red Willow Headless*
    Loxley Lomas
    Neepsend Karpo
    Kirksall Ardennes
    Tapped Brew Jerico
    Buxton SPA*
    Bristol Beer Factory Delray Beach
    Bad Seed Light Cluster
    Deeply Vale Equilibrium
    Marble Pint*
    Dead Parrot Norweigian Blue*
    Thornbridge Crackendale*
    Joules Bob On*
    Joules Pure Blobde
    Marstons Bass
    Blue Monkey Ape Ale
    Heritage P2
    Oakham Bishops Farewell


    Keg
    Pamona Island Phaedra
    Fourpure Session Pale
    Saint Mars Of The Desert Hop Stingo*
    Turning Point Laguna Sunrise
    Wiper & True Kaleidoscope
    Heist How We Diddlin ?
    Basqueland Eclipso Facto*

    Some excellent cask, particularly in Sheffield, BOTW though goes to keg for the second week in a row with Basqueland Eclipso Facto enjoyed in Heist Brew Co , awaiting my review at some point next week.
    "Everybody's got to believe in something. I believe I'll have another beer."
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    Wow, I can't get near that list, despite a heavy Saturday in Huddersfield and debrief session visiting Berry Brow and Halifax.
    Star of the show is easy though, Ossett White Rat in immaculate condition, especially on a brief refreshment stop at Dewsbury and (Sun) Three Pigeons in Halifax.

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    Quote Originally Posted by trainman View Post
    Wow, I can't get near that list, despite a heavy Saturday in Huddersfield and debrief session visiting Berry Brow and Halifax.
    Star of the show is easy though, Ossett White Rat in immaculate condition, especially on a brief refreshment stop at Dewsbury and (Sun) Three Pigeons in Halifax.
    I was egged on a bit by Will and Retired Martin, that's my excuse and sticking to it.
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    Not a bad week for me but again junior next to Mick's achievements:

    Oakham Bishops Farewell*
    Batemans Beast from the East*
    Oakham Harlequin*
    TT Landlord
    Hop Back Summer Lightening
    Mallinsons Brit Hopped*
    Harvest Rock Elsie Mo*
    Blue Monkey Infinity*

    Some good stuff there and as I'm not normally a fan of Batemans beers, the Beast from the East was a pleasant surprise.
    BOTW goes to Oakham Harlequin described as a British IPA using Harlequin hops. I'm not sure I've ever come across Harlequin hops before but I'll look out for them in the future after this.
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    Maida Vale,Belgravia,Croydon and Harlow.Small beer compared withMoby

    Vocation -- Heart & Soul (c)
    Vocation -- Life & Death *(c)
    Five Points -- XPA *
    Timothy Taylor -- Landlord
    Shepherd Neame -- Whitstable Bay Pale
    Beavertown -- Gamma Ray (keg)
    Greene King -- Abbott
    Allsopps -- IPA *
    Allsopps -- Pale *(3PT)
    Drop Projects -- Flow * (keg)
    Thornbridge -- Jaipur IPA *
    Twickenham -- Summer Sun
    Marston's -- Old Empire
    Eagle Brewery (Marston's) -- Bombardier


    BOTW goes to Allsopp's IPA,brewed by the 7 times great grandson of the original brewer Samuel Allsopp.Using the family owned recipe ledger and having recovered the IP from Carlsberg,Allsopp's is back after over 60 years with this classic Burton IPA using Bramling Cross,Fuggles and Challenger hops.Brewed to 5%,it smoother than many modern IPA's ,less hop forward but very traditional.Quaffed gratis on the reopening night at The Wilton Arms,along with the very good Allsopp's Pale.

    Next week much less exciting.
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    Three Brothers - Trilogy

    Three-and-a-half pints in Lucifer's here in Stockton.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bucking Fastard View Post
    Quaffed gratis on the reopening night at The Wilton Arms, along with the very good Allsopp's Pale.

    Next week much less exciting.
    Glad to hear it's re-opened. Had quite the shock not seeing it there when visiting the nearby Nag's Head almost two years ago.
    "Breakneck speed we drown ten pints of bitter"

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    Kent:

    Cellar Head: India Pale Ale.5%abv.Crambed full of Kent's finest.Peppery,resinous.
    "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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    Thought I would try to post on my phone as my elderly computer is on the bung.
    Botw was
    Wild weather-orange milkshake ipa.6.7 up there with the best beers I have drank.

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