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    Kent:

    Kent Brewery-Session Pale 3.7%abv.Lovely zestful pint, punching way above its weight. 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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    Very limited this week with just Oakham Bishops Farewell on cask. Very good as ever.

    Hence, BOTW goes to Marble Cubbio Damage from a can. Still superb nontheless.
    "Beer is food." Morse, Colin Dexter

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    Just a handful of pre-curry swifties, this week.

    North Riding - Citra.*
    Mill Valley - Yorkshire Mild.
    Tigertops - Pacific.
    Titanic - Plum Porter.
    7 Brothers - American IPA.*
    Ilkley - Blonde.

    The Citra was excellent, as usual, but as I've nominated it several times over the years, I'll give the honours to the IPA. Taken in Harry's Bar.
    'And where he supped the past lived still. And where he sipped the glass brimmed full' John Barleycorn, Carol Ann Duffy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aleandhearty View Post
    Harry's Bar.
    Perhaps it needs a new review to counter D H's recent moan?
    Last edited by Tris39; 28-03-2022 at 17:23.

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    Not too bad a week, some unfortunate forced errors due to reviewing some new pubs where alternative choices were even less appealing:

    Beavertown - Neck Oil (k)
    Bulmers - Strongbow (k)
    ELB - Cowcatcher (c) *
    ELB - Nightwatchman (c)
    Five Points - Railway Porter (c) **
    Fuller's - Atlantic (c) *½
    Guinness - Guinness (k) **
    Kronenbourg - Kronenbourg (k)
    Marlow Brewery - Rebellion IPA (c) *
    New Barns - Dry Stout (c) *½
    Northern Monk - Eternal (c) **
    Only With Love - Let's Go! (c) *½
    Siren - Nepenthe (c) **
    Timothy Taylor - Boltmaker (c)
    Timothy Taylor - Landlord (c) **
    Tring - Pale Four (c) **
    Titanic - Black Ice (c) ¾
    Wild Beer - Bibble (c) **½
    Young's - Special (c) *

    Runners up:

    Brewhouse - Triple AAA (c) **½
    Wild Beer - Bibble (c) **½

    BOTW goes to Brass Castle - Bad Kitty (c) ***¼ just before last orders at The Cock Tavern last night.
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    Fullers -esb Doris arch
    One mild end - dirty cash alma

    Brewhouse -hotblack desiato brewhouse and kitchen
    New barns- dry stout earl of essex
    Big hug - pave the way duke of cambridge
    Crouch Vale- dragon wenlock
    Five points homage ipa wenlock
    Mad squirrel - shamrock stout old fountain
    Brewdog - pecan toffee stout brewdog old st
    Elusive -peach the galaxy sutton arms
    Elusive - oragon trail sutton
    Elusive - pin dark mild sutton
    Portobello - hedgerow pale lyric
    Firebird -palefire lyric
    Elusive oregano trail was Botw



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    West Sussex, Hants ,Surrey and Dorset.





    T. Taylor Landlord
    Wild Beer Under The Sun
    Butcombe Hair Of The Goat
    Butcombe Haka
    Siren Turn*
    Pollys Rosebud*
    Southbourne Grockles
    Cloudwater Betty In Your Heart*
    Cloudwater Goodbye Yeast
    Ramsbury Blindside
    Park SawPit
    The Kernel Pale Ale Nelson Sauvin/Ella*
    The Kernel Biere de Saison Quince*
    The Kernel Biere de Saison Sour Cherry*
    Stealth Doublecrosser
    Hop Back Taiphoon
    Oakham Citra*
    Adnams Mosaic*
    Wantsum Thanatos*
    Disruption In My Walkabout Haze*
    Ilkley Olicana
    Thirst Class Kiss My Ace*
    Tanners Box O' Frogs
    Mallisons Citra
    Red Cat Mr Ms Porter*
    Elusive Overdrive (Lap 26)*
    Elusive Sing You A Song*

    A few top class brewers included and some good beer of several styles, but the clear winner is also probably one of the most expensive beers I've ever payed for at £6.15 a half, it was however sensationaly good. Siren Turn consumed in All Hail Ale.
    Siren Turn.jpg
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tris39 View Post
    Perhaps it needs a new review to counter D H's recent moan?
    You're probably right. Unfortunately, my reviewing mojo has deserted me, at the moment. DH is one of those individuals who is negative about almost everywhere he visits. He also contributes to another site I dip into and he's exactly the same there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by london calling View Post
    New barns- dry stout earl of essex
    Presumably where I drank my pint of the stuff?

    Quote Originally Posted by Mobyduck View Post
    at £6.15 a half, it was however sensationaly good. Siren Turn consumed in All Hail Ale.
    Siren Turn.jpg
    I wonder why they charged do much? My similarly strong half of Maiden cost £4.50 at The Old Fountain
    Last edited by Tris39; 29-03-2022 at 16:33.

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