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    rpadam: Adnams Old Ale
    Alesonly: Young's Ram Rod
    trainman: Brakspear Triple
    PaulOfHorsham: Dark Star Green Hop IPA
    General Staal: Mud City Stout
    oldboots: Ilkley Mary Jane
    Bucking Fastard: Slater's Original
    Thuck Phat: Purity's Mad Goose
    RogerB: Kent Brewery Pale
    ROBCamra: Bays Devon Dumpling
    Pubsignman: Salopian Darwin's Origin
    aleandhearty: Hobson's Mild
    Oggwyn Trench: Eastcoast Hoppers no12
    gillhalfpint: The Art Brew
    HTM69: Young's Winter Warmer
    Millay: Thornbridge Bracia

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    A flying start for me as I'm currently staying in Worcester, on my own, for a few days. What's a man to do on an evening? Enjoyed the TSA 'Double Espresso' and Adnams 'Ghost Ship' in The Postal Order (JDW), but was blown away by Hobson's Mild in The Plough. Wonderful stuff.
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    Quote Originally Posted by aleandhearty View Post
    A flying start for me as I'm currently staying in Worcester, on my own, for a few days. What's a man to do on an evening? Enjoyed the TSA 'Double Espresso' and Adnams 'Ghost Ship' in The Postal Order (JDW), but was blown away by Hobson's Mild in The Plough. Wonderful stuff.
    It was The Plough itself that blew me away. We loved the place. One of the very few 10's I've awarded.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ROBCamra View Post
    It was The Plough itself that blew me away. We loved the place. One of the very few 10's I've awarded.
    I suspect it will become base camp whilst I'm here! Just checked when my review was on the dark side and unbelievably my last visit was two years ago.
    '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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    Mini fest on in the 7 Stars Bristol but the landlord didn't send around a list in time so his loss. Beers of North and Mid Wales. The Purple Moose Glaslyn Ale is excellent. That well brewed,tasty type of beer that you don't want to stop drinking............

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    Quote Originally Posted by an_ecumenical_matter View Post
    The Purple Moose Glaslyn Ale is excellent. That well brewed,tasty type of beer that you don't want to stop drinking............
    But can you get it 'dahn sarf'?

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    Only managed a few pints last night
    Eastcoast - Hoppers no 12
    Greenmill - Little Jack
    Crouch Vale - Apollo
    Outstanding - Blond
    Cambrinus - Endurance IPA

    The Hoppers no 12 is favorite so far
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    It's looking like Adnams Old Ale this week (available in a few Geronimo Inns outlets in London as well some of the tied houses).

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    St Austell Coxswains Special 4.0% & Young's Ram Rod 5.0% were my two favourite Beers of a good week. So as Beer of the week I will go for the Young's Ram Rod 5.0%
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    Only one non-descript pint for me this week, summat at Streatham spoons that I cannot recall, although £1.25 with voucher was great price.

    So I'll have to go for my bottled Brakspear Triple, at £1.33 another decent price from Asda for 500ml of 7.2% beer.

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