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    Two delicious ales I had this week were Two Towers Jewellery Porter and Beowulf Beorma. Beautiful!

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    I am officiously sulking.

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    Gravity dispenced Harveys at the Cricketers, Berwick: Sussex Best Bitter-perfect condition,wonderful beer. Armada ale-4.5% ABV; I'd not tried this before-apples, marmalade,SBB's grown up brother. Sussex XXXX Old ale-4.3%ABV:luscious,black and reassuring.Even better than when I considered it to be the holy grail of beer, back in the 70s. Now wasn't the grail the container, not the contents....
    My BOTW-Harveys Sussex xxxx Old ale.
    "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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    Farewell to the Shepherd Neame - but strangely not badged as such - Amber Ale which went very well in the village club - my BOTW for w/e 30 January 2011 when it arrived and again this week as it leaves (with a good few barrels dispensed in between)...

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    Yes the SN Amber Ale threw me a bit at first, especially since I think it was a different style pump clip when I had it last year (and it didn't have a brewery name on it then either - I had to ask).

    Not the biggest beer session last week (I am consciouslytrying to reduce blood pressure and cholesterol levels at the moment so am a bit picky on my intake) but my first and probably last visit to the Oakfield Arms in Haringey threw up an excellent pairing of Milton Dionysus and Blindmans Mine Beer. Tough call between them but the Milton Dionysus just shades it for having a surprisingly full flavour for such a weak beer (3.6%).

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