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    Default Beer of the Week (w/e 27 March 2011)

    '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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    It was Pictish week at the Station so all Pictish beer this week , Pacific Jade , Summit , Delta , Pacific Gem and Citra .
    BOTW Pictish Citra just right for the unseasonly sunny day
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    My Beer of the week for this week is....... Fullers London Pride !!

    And before I get accused of some kind of dementure, the background is because I have been out the country for 4 weeks (for reasons I won't bore you good people on the PuG forums) , and suffice to say that most of the free time was spent trying to track down beverages which did not taste like fizzy piss in a glass..

    And my first pint of ale back on home soil this week was Pride, and boy, did it taste good......
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    Hyde's Plum Treat was my best Pint this week Its was the perfect afternoon Pint too wash down the Large Cod & Chips I just had in the Tally Ho Fish Bar before going in the Spoons over the road. Its a nice refreshing Pint nice ruby red but low in alcohol being only 4% makes a nice change.

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    BOTW for me was Brodies Amarilla which flew down outside The Old Coffee House in Soho on a very warm and busy session.The heavy citrus bitterness was perfect on a balmy evening and I will be trying to sample more from the Brodies range,given their success with this brew.

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    Windsor & Eton Conqueror Black IPA 5%
    Sambrooks Junction 4.5%
    Thornbridge Kipling South Pacific Pale Ale 5.2%
    Peak Ales DPA 4.6%
    Youngs Special 4.5%
    plus three experimental ones from the potential Seething Brewery - Pooley's Pride 3.9%, Hopping Lamb 4.2%, and Easter Hop 4.6%.

    The experimental ones were really rather good - I do hope they get set up as a regular brewery. But the Peak Ales DPA gets it from me as they slipped down so well in the Sheffield Tap.
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