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    Default Beer of the Week (w/e 1st January 2023)

    A pub is for life not just for Christmas

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    Four pints of Bass were sunk in Sun Inn around noon on new year's eve.

    Next week Chester. Recommendations welcome, or it's the Boot...

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    South Norwood and St Pancras.

    Brew York -- S'moor Tonkoko *(keg)
    Oakham -- Inferno *(3PT)
    Twickenham -- Honey Dark *
    Twickenham -- Naked Ladies
    Adnams -- Ghost Ship

    BOTW goes to Twickenham Honey Dark,an unusual brew easy on the honey but there in the background with a dark chocolate aroma.Not really sessionable but interesting.Taken in the Barrel Vault.

    Next week rail strikes playing havoc with footie and drinking plans,could be very modest.
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    A very good standard of beer in the post Christmas week.

    Oakham Below Zero*
    Kent Yule Log
    Kelham Island Pale Rider*
    Flowerpots Perridge Pale
    Elusive Majora (keg)
    Elusive Majora (cask)*
    Elusive Oregon Trail*
    Elusive Lebkuchen Stout*
    Cloudwater Fuzzy*
    Magpie Cream Courser*
    Wantsum Baa Humbug*
    Plain Ales California Dreaming
    Rivington Clouded Eyes*
    Disruption Demokracy*
    Wander Beyond Peak*

    But way out in front was an exceptional NBSS 4.5+ (tempted to give it a 5) Kelham Island Pale Rider.jpeg, the fact that Thornbridge are now brewing it hasn't damaged the beer one bit, dare I say improved it, presented in perfect condition in The Wonston Arms.
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    Kent;rather lacklustre.

    Harvey's-Sussex Best Bitter 4%abv. Fruity.
    Musket-Ball Puller 4%abv.Old school,hedgefruit.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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    Oxford - a farewell to Arms:

    Batemans - Rosey Nosey *
    Greene King - Abbot *
    Hardy & Hanson - Old Tripe ½
    Lister’s IPA **½
    Little Ox - Yabba Dabba Doo **
    Nicholson’s - Pale **
    Orkney Brewery - Dark Island ½
    Purity - Pure UBU **
    St. Austell - Tribute **
    Shotover - Prospect **
    Thornbridge - Jaipur **½
    Timothy Taylor - Landlord **½
    Vocation - Heart & Soul ½
    Wild Weather - Fire Saga **½
    Wychwood - Hobgoblin ½
    XT - Animal: Dove **
    XT - Animal: Howl **

    BOTW goes jointly to Titanic - Plum Porter *** and Titanic - Plum Porter Grand Reserve ***, both imbibed at The Royal Blenheim.

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    Limited list but decent quality:

    Oakham Bishops Farewell*
    Salopian Golden Thread
    Brancaster Brewdolph*
    Adnams Ghost Ship*
    Greene King Abbot Reserve

    The Abbot Reserve was much better than standard Abbot but I'm not sure that it deserves the accolades given by some. I preferred BOTW Brancaster Brewdolph. With a name like that it has to be a seasonal, Christmas beer but I think this year's may be better than last. Initially it's malty and almost too sweet but that's offset by Christmas spices and a refreshing bitterness. Three pints? No problem.
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