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    Default Beer of the Week (w/e 2nd October 2011)

    Oggwyn Trench: Thwaites Nutty Black
    Quinno: Hook Norton Copper
    Al 10000: Peak Ales Bakewell Best
    Alesonly: Skinners Betty Stogs
    aleandhearty: Fernandes Ale To The Tsar
    RogerB: Millis Dartford Wobbler
    Bucking Fastard: Red Squirrel London Porter
    Paris Hilton: Plain Ales Indulgence
    Pubsignman: Oakham Bishop's Farewell
    oldboots: Marble No. 5
    ROBCamra: Allgates Junga
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    Spent a couple of hours in Shrewsbury yesterday then a visit to the Crown in Oakengates for the beer festival which is on all week and has 34 handpulls on the go and i had forgotten all about it (off work this week)

    Marstons - Pedigree
    Nelsons - Powder Monkey
    Thwaites - Nutty Black
    Joules - Blonde
    Ringwood - Boondoggle
    Phoenix - Monkey Town Mild
    Saxon City - Iceni

    BOTW Thwaites - Nutty Black
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    A close one between Hook Norton Copper (a copper coloured ale with plenty of big old school flavours) and Binghams Hop Harvest, their first foray into a light zesty ale, both at The Nags Head

    Hook Norton shades it.

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    A great day out yesterday in Bakewell and Matlock Bath with the good wife,we tried several good beers some more than once.

    Ashover - Hydro
    Ashover - Golden Valley Ale
    Peak Ales - Bakewell Best
    Peak Ales - Chatsworth Gold
    Peak Ales - Swift Nick
    Bradfield - Farmers Blonde
    Brunswick - White Feather
    Banks's - Banks's bitter
    Marstons - Pedigree

    All the local beers were very drinkable and my beer of the week goes to Peak Ales Bakewell best this was a very nice amber coloured bitter that was quite bitter and very drinkable, this was tired in the Peacock in Bakewell.

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    Below is the best of Some of this weeks beers I had this week.

    Thwaites Nutty Black
    J W Lees Hopmeister
    Skinners Betty Stogs
    Wooden Hand Cornish Buccaneer
    Darkstar Hophead
    Rudgate Viking

    Beer of the Week Is Skinners Betty Stogs
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    A pretty average week on the beer front. Either not very exciting, or not in particularly good nick. Tried this week:

    Ossett - Green Hop.
    Ossett - Blonde.
    Fernandes - Ale To The Tsar.
    Fernandes - Wakefield Wheat Beer.
    Fernandes - Crusade.
    Vale - Black Swan.
    Rat - Black Rat.
    Brentwood - Pacific Pale Ale.

    ATTT just shades it from the Black Rat. Once again, another totally underwhelming beer from Brentwood.
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    In spite of a flying visit to the Cask & Kitchen plus some other decent pubs in that Lunnun I found my BOTW in sunny Knaresborough at Blind Jack's who usually have at least one from Marble plus the house beer brewed by them, I haven't had this one before and it was damn good - Marble No5.

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    Fairly peaceful week last week after the delights of Tod Fest last week.

    Welbeck Abbey Ernest George was very good in The Baub, but BOTW is going to be Allgates Junga. Crisp, fresh and light but with a bit of body as well.
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    Default Beer of the Week (w/e 2nd October 2011)

    Plain Ales Indulgence 5.2%. A dark ruby porter with aromas just like those of the tin of Lyle's Black Treacle that Yer Gran used to put in the christmas cake.
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