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    A pub is for life not just for Christmas

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    Kent: first pub visit of the year.

    Ramsgate Brewery-Gadds' No 5:4.4% abv.Solid, biscuity East Kent goodness.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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    Once again a dark beer
    Thornebridge -cocoa wonderland

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    Hampshire, Surrey and Wiltshire.

    Oakham Citra*
    T. Taylors Landlord*
    Hop Back Citra
    Hop Kettle Duet#5
    Purity Mad Goose
    Wadworth Horizon
    Magpie Jay IPA
    Titanic Plum Porter Grand Reserve*
    Bluestone Bedrock Blonde
    Fixed Wheel Mild Concussion*
    Goffs Jester 12 (Blackcurrant Porter)*
    Pastore Blueberry
    Mallisons US Premium*
    Track Somona*
    Peerless Triple Blonde
    Elusive Trapped In A Vogon Airlock*
    Disruption/ Elusive The Man Who Wasn't There*
    Milestone New World Pale
    Stockport Stock Porter.*

    Quite a few nice beers the best this week was Fixed Wheel Mild Concussion , a quite lovely 5.5% Mild enjoyed along with the pub it was taken in, The Little Hop.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wittenden View Post
    Kent: first pub visit of the year.

    Ramsgate Brewery-Gadds' No 5:4.4% abv.Solid, biscuity East Kent goodness.My BOTW.
    I actually had my first ever pint from Old Dairy brewery this week a regular on the Wittenden scoreboard.

    Old Copper Top, not bad at all and at £1.49 with a JDW voucher a bit of a bargain.

    It's probably nearer a fiver in Kent.
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    Modest week:

    Brancaster Oystercatcher*
    San Miguel
    Moongazer Nibbler*
    Oakham Bishops Farewell*

    The Nibbler was a BBB but a good one and Moongazer seem to be turning out some decent beers but BOTW goes to Brancaster Oystercatcher. An old favourite which didn't disappoint.
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    A quiet week:

    Adnams - Ghost Ship (c)*
    Brewhouse - Project Cask Porter (c)*
    Five Points - Pale (c)**
    Fullers - London Pride (c)
    Goodness Brewing Co. - Shout Out (c)*
    Young's - Winter Warmer (c)*

    BOTW for the third week in a row goes to Hammerton's - Oatmeal Stout (c) at The Rosemary Branch.

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    Camden,a slow start to the year.

    Oakham -- Citra
    St Austell -- Tribute
    Fuller's -- London Pride
    Butcombe -- Original

    Limited ale range resulted in this list,and sadly the Citra wasn't well kept,so BOTW by default goes to Fuller's London Pride,kept as well as you could hope in The Hawley Arms

    Next week much of the same while boating is suspended due to some internal refurbing.
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    Thought I'd posted this earlier in the week. Actually managed a few local visits as well as more bottles and cans at home; cask unless stated

    Chiltern Fudgel (3.6%)
    Bank's Amber Bitter (3.8%) (b)
    XT 4 (3.8%)
    Chiltern Festive Foxtrot (3.9%)*
    Hanlon's Citramas IPA (4.0%)
    Marston's Wainwright (4.1%) (b)
    Marston's Pedigree (4.5%) (b)
    Wye Valley Butty Bach (4.5%) (b)
    Rudgate York Chocolate Stout (5.0%)
    Tap Social Time Better Spent (5.1%)
    Wild Beer Wild IPA (5.2%)
    Wychwood Hobgoblin (5.2%) (b)
    Milestone Donner & Blitzed (5.4%)
    Rebellion Roasted Nuts Extra (5.8%) (b)
    BrewDog Hoppy Xmas (6.0%) (c)
    Wye Valley Dorothy Goodbody's Glorious IPA (6.0%) (b)*
    Titanic Plum Porter Grand Reserve (6.5%) (b)*
    Leffe Bière d'Hiver (6.6%) (b)*
    Thornbridge Pardus Chocolate Stout (8.0%) (c)*
    Brasserie d'Achuffe N'Ice Chouffe (10.0%) (b)*
    Het Anker Gouden Carolus Christmas (10.0%) (b)*
    Huyghe Delirium Noël (10.0%) (b)*

    BOTW: Titanic Plum Porter Grand Reserve
    "Breakneck speed we drown ten pints of bitter"

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