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    Default Beer of the Week (w/e 17 April 2011)

    Alesonly: Lodewijk Dutch Delight
    Brewguru: Tintagel Castle Gold
    aleandhearty: Ringwood Lovey Warne
    Oggwyn Trench: Corvedale Farmer Rays Ale
    RogerB: Feral The Runt
    Thuck Phat: Titanic Nine Tenths Below
    Bucking Fastard: Fullers ESB
    ROBCamra: Feral The Runt
    Pubsignman: Blue Monkey Ape Ale

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    I know its early but this is my beer of the week Had a few decent Pints this week but I liked this as it was unusual. Oh well NO Beer for the next nine days as I'm working so cant have a beer.

    Lodewijk Dutch Delight
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    A few decent pints last night ,

    Spitting Feathers - Thirst Quencher
    Merry Miner - Davys Lamp
    Saddlers - Worcester Sorcerer
    Lymestone - Foundation Stone
    Saddlers - Red House Mild

    Worcester Sorcerer is in the lead at the moment , got Monday off work so a rare Sunday afternoon session beckons
    Theres a Man with a Mullet going Mad with a Mallet in Millets !

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    Whatever I had in my hand at 19:05 yesterday!

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    Maltings Beer Festival, Newton Abbot, quite a few good ones

    Art Brew Hip Hop Green Bullet
    Art Brew Hip Hop Centennial
    Butcombe Old Vic Porter
    Forge Ambrosia
    Tintagel Castle Gold
    Yeovil Stout Hearted
    Yeovil Ruby

    Stand out beer of the week from a brewery new to me was Tintagel Castle Gold

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    A pretty low key week on the beer front:

    Ringwood - Lovey Warne.
    Leeds - Solo 'Cascade'.
    WharfeBank - Tether Blonde.
    Saltaire - Blonde.
    Ossett - Yorkshire Blonde.
    Timothy Taylor - Golden Best.

    Disappointing beer of the week went to Leeds Solo 'Cascade'. How can a beer supposedly featuring one of brewing's most aromatic hops be so bland? Dark Star 'Hophead' it ain't. Honorable mention for the Tether Blonde, but Ringwood - Lovey Warne was easily my favourite this week.
    '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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    Decent sesion this afternoon , Ironbridge - American Pale , Pictish - Simcoe , Pictish - Maelstrom , Wye Valley - Butty Bach and delighted to find Corvedale - Farmer Rays Ale .
    BOTW Corvedale - Farmer Rays Ale , a lovelly ruby bitter not often seen outside the South Shropshire Hills
    Theres a Man with a Mullet going Mad with a Mallet in Millets !

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    Spent most of the week clearing up the remnants of the 'Spoons Festival beers - amazingly I managed to chalk up another 12, the best of which and a clear BotW was the Feral - The Runt. Out virtually every night this week so may yet manage to tick off some of the remaining 10.
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    Not a bad week:
    Oakham Bishops Farewell
    Hopback Summer Lightening
    Titanic White Star, England Glory, Nine Tenths Below

    Always good to get reacquainted with Titanic ales which have yet to disappoint. BOTW was Titanic Nine Tenths Below which is a new one I think. Delicious and dangerously drinkable at 5.9%.

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    Had to enlist my youngest son to assist me in a spot of A team boating,Leighton Buzzard to Atherstone in three days and not wanting to set a bad example ,trips to pubs last week were severely curtailed.However BOTW goes to the ever reliable Fullers ESB,still a great pint when well kept.

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