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    Farnham, Reading , Pimlico.

    Cask
    Full Circle Repeater*
    Downlands Lost Weekend*
    Utopian British Pale Ale
    Wantsum Hoppy Bunny
    Elusive Hydra
    Elusive Bloons*
    Oakham Vista*
    McMullen AK
    Adnams Ghost Ship
    Timothy Taylor Landlord
    Bowland Buster IPA
    Tiny Rebel Chocoholic
    Siren The Night Market*
    Siren Black Mirror*
    Durham Pangle Wrangle

    Keg
    Electric Bear Noisette*
    Phantom Anniversary*
    Disruption Death By Ill Tempered Sea Bass*
    Guinness
    Epochal White Smoke*
    Good Chemistry Free Thinker*
    Dark Element Headlights*
    Amity Twisting*
    Siren Guess The Hop A*
    Siren Guess The Hop B*
    Siren Guess The Hop C*
    Siren Oats On Oats On Oats On ......*

    A good beer week with the exception of some boring stuff in Pimlico apart from The Cask of course, however BOTW is going to Reading this week and The Nags Head with a Siren tap takeover, Siren The Night Market was exceptionally good and a style I'm very fond of, Export India Porter.

    Next week we shall see what Cambridge has to offer.
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    Kent:unplanned.

    Goacher's-Fine Light Ale 3.7%abv.Full of earthy goodness, but lacking the marmalade oranges.
    "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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    Thornbridge - Crackendale

    It may have been the Jaipur had I tried that in Leeds' Bankers Cat, but it was still before noon and I had family to meet!

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    Soho,Letchworth,Baldock,Hertford and Leighton Buzzard.

    Oakham -- Citra * (3PT)
    Siren -- The Night Market *
    Siren -- Broken Dream Breakfast Stout *
    Old Cannon -- Gunners Daughter
    Woodefordes -- Albion Stout
    Sharp's -- Doom Bar
    Thornbridge -- Jaipur IPA (keg)
    Greene King -- IPA
    Adnams -- Ghost Ship
    Sharp's -- Doom Bar (keg)
    Inbev -- Stella (keg)
    Abbeydale -- Cloud Peak IPA *
    Marstons -- 61 Deep *
    Mad Squirrel -- Apres Ski*
    Mad Squirrel -- Sumo *
    Yonder -- Coconut Avalanche *
    Siren -- Black Mirror *
    Oakham -- Bishops Farewell *

    Some very interesting dark brews but BOTW goes to Yonder Coconut Avalanche,a highly unusual sour ,sharp as you like but with soothing coconut and a weird dark crimson colour,strong too.Take on keykeg in Bottle House.

    Next week PuG crawl around Cambridge and some footie,should be good for beer.
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    Wakefield.

    Down to earth with a bump, after several sessions, last week.

    Fernandes - Ale to the Tsar.*
    Tigertops - Swoony.
    Chin Chin - Waikana.
    Fernandes - Centennial.*
    Mallinsons - Amarillo.*
    Chin Chin - Shifting Sands.

    An old favourite takes the honours, this week. Taken, unsurprisingly, at Luis Bar @ Fernandes.
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    A poor week, plodding the mean streets of Stockwell and Brixton:

    Harvey’s – Sussex Beast **½
    McA’s – East India Pale Ale **½
    Sambrook’s – Junction **½
    Timothy Taylor – Landlord **½

    BOTW goes to Twickenham – Naked Ladies **¾ at The Barrel Vault (JD Wetherspoon)

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    Limited:

    Oakham Bishops Farewell*
    Phipps Gold Star*
    Brunswick JD Juice*
    Byatt's Midnight Export*

    All good but BOTW was Byatt's Midnight Export. A proper, rich 6% stout with hints of coffee and chocolate and another winner from a currently very reliable brewerey.
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