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    I'll stay on me own PaulOfHorsham's Avatar
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    Dark Star Green Hop IPA - 6.5% of proper American style hoppy goodness! Got a 4 pint container from my local beer shop (to make up for Cask selling out of the stuff in double-quick time before I could get to it).

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    Mud City Stout in the Black Country Arms, Walsall. Its always class!

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    An afternoon spent checking some pubs* for possible inclusion in the 2012 GBG today but not many outstanding beers. The Ilkley Mary Jane at a whopping 3.5% was extremely nice and very drinkable so that'll be the one.

    *a tough job but.....well you know the rest.
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    With the boat at it's winter mooring and undergoing minor repairs to get through the Boat Safety Certificate and to prepare for next years voyage of discovery,my pub outings have been severely curtailed but I did manage a trip to Our Mutual Friend in Stevenage which included a very well kept Slater's Original ;happy to nominate it as my BOTW.

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    Little to choose from this week but a very drinkable pint or two of Purity's Mad Goose at 4.2% sampled in The Coaching Inn at Great Brington is a worthy BOTW for me.

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    The 'Spoons No 50 - Caledonian Edinburgh Strong Ale - would have got the nod this week but found myself in the wonderful Bull at Horton Kirby yesterday lunchtime and had another superb debut beer from a brand new local brewery - Kent Brewery, Pale

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    I've had quite a heavy week this week with a lot of decent beer supped but not one that wins by a mile.

    Winner by a short head is Bays Devon Dumpling tried in Moyles Bar in Hebden Bridge.
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    The Green Dragon in Croydon have gone head to head with Wetherspoons by holding their own beer festival over the same period.

    I had much more luck in the Green Dragon than I did in the 'Spoons this week, with Westerham General Wolfe Maple Ale and Gadd's No. 5 standing out of the crowd. But BOTW goes to Salopian Darwin's Origin. I don't see Salopian beers around here very often, but this one has certainly marked them out as one to keep an eye out for in the future.

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    After Monday night's session in Worcester, only had one more pint all week. Therefore, an easy win for the sublime Hobson's Mild.
    '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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    Not managed to get to the pub since Friday so Eastcoast Hoppers no12 it is
    Theres a Man with a Mullet going Mad with a Mallet in Millets !

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