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    Liverpool's fault this time.
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    Kent:

    Long Man-Rising Giant 4.8%abv.Amber APA.Peppery fruitiness,long bitter finish. I think this is Long Man's APA renamed.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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    Harlow,Peterborough,Hertford and the West End .

    Mc Mullen's -- IPA
    McMullen's -- Pale (keg)
    Flack's -- Romsey Gold
    Flack's -- Catchers Pale
    Bakers Dozen -- Spanish Inquisition *
    Nene Valley -- Bible Black Porter *
    Nene Valley -- Egyptian Cream
    Nene Valley --New Age Chesnut *
    Mc Mullens -- Oatburst
    Greene King -- Abbot
    St Austell -- Tribute
    Timothy Taylor -- Landlord
    Theakston's -- Best Bitter.
    Greene King -- London Glory

    BOTW goes to Nene Valley Bible Black a 6.5% porter in great nick onboard Charters.

    Next week all quiet until the footie.
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    Another decent mixed week, but not helped by visits to pubs in Hammersmith & Fulham; not a great place for pubbing thus far. All **+ scoring beers were consumed in The Cock Tavern, The Southampton Arms and a good trip to The Foxglove; keg beers drunk only where cask wasn't available. - good beers, but very poor cellarmanship.

    Amstel - Amstel (k)
    Beavertown - Neck Oil (k)
    Blue Moon - Wheat Beer (k)
    Brains - SA (c)*
    BrewDog - Punk IPA (k)
    Brewhouse - Tramshed (c)
    Burning Sky - Plateau (c)**
    Bristol Beer Factory - Milk Stout (c)**
    Dark Star - Hophead (c)
    East London Brewery - Foundation (c)*
    Five Points - Pale (c)**
    Marlow - Rebellion Smuggler (c)*
    North Brewing Co - Shadow Play (c)**
    Portobello - Star (c)*
    Purity - Mad Goose (c)
    St. Austell - Tribute (c)
    Sharp's - Atlantic (k)
    Thornbridge - Jaipur (c)**
    Timothy Taylor - Landlord (c)
    Twickenham - Naked Ladies (c)

    Two runners up:

    East London Brewery - Quadrant (c)***
    Saltaire - Triple Choc (c)***

    Both pipped to the post at 10.00 last night, BOTW goes to Wylam - Poundage Porter (c)**** at the Southampton.
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    First time out to the pub for 2 months.Carshalton,Clapham and Brentford .all cask
    North -Atlantis
    North- full fathom five
    Deya -best foot forward
    Drop project - choppy stout
    Mad squirrel -redwood ipa
    Alsopps -pale ale
    Hand brew- bird bitter
    Downton - solstice
    Mallinsons-columbus sorachi
    360 degrees - just right
    Gypsy Hill-masher best bitter
    Thornebridge -health
    Botw was one of my all time favourites
    Thornebridge - otters tears.superb in the Express brentford

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    Bowmans Swift One
    Dark Star Hophead
    Big Smoke Solaris
    Thornbridge Lumford
    Flowerpots Perridge Pale
    Vocation Bread & Butter*
    Wantsum Golgotha*
    Verdant Headband*
    North Brewing Vanishing Point
    Red Cat Scratch
    Triple fff Comfortably Numb*
    Beartown Literate
    Ilkley Mary Jane
    Heritage Charrington Stout*
    Oakham Citra*
    Siren Nepenthe*

    Botw is Siren Nepenthe , a 4% yet very robust stout on keg in The Ten Tun Taphouse.
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    Late entry after a trip East:

    Oakham Bishops Farewell*
    Adnams Ghost Ship*
    Barshams Golden Close IPA*

    BOTW Barshams Golden Close IPA. I've had the odd Barshams beer before but nothing especially inspiring. This was a 5% IPA, not typical with a decent malt base giving sweetness offset by just enough hoppy bitterness. Typical or not, three pints disappeared easily enough.
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