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Posted by Wanderer on Tue May 08, 2018 3:19 pm
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9 Gallon, Warrington;

Four Kings George 4.5%, brewed by the Hyde Brewery to celebrate St. George's Day, this Bitter is malty with added caramel.
Posted by Wanderer on Tue May 08, 2018 4:38 pm
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Another malty bitter in 9 Gallon from local brewer 4T's, WSB or to give it its full name Warrington Special Bitter. 4.2% and another flavoured with caramel.
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Have just been introduced to yet another excellent Ruby Mild. This time Pitchfork Brewery Hewish Ruby 4.0% in the Lower Angel, Warrington. Dark, sweet & nutty and very nice indeed.
Posted by Wanderer on Fri May 11, 2018 5:57 pm
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Spoons South Yorkshire Beer Festival;

The Red Lion first for Kelham Best, an amber bitter at 3.8%.
Posted by Wanderer on Fri May 11, 2018 6:43 pm
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Still in the Red Lion;

The always delicious Fuggle Bunny Chapter 8 Jammy Dodger 4.5% is next up. Dark and malty with coffee and fruit flavours, always a winner!
Posted by Wanderer on Fri May 11, 2018 7:13 pm
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Over to the Gatehouse;

Kelham Island Pale Rider 5.2%, never been my sort of drink but I understand that this is quite a favourite amongst those who enjoy Pale Ales.
Posted by Moonshine on Fri May 11, 2018 7:35 pm
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Over to the Gatehouse;

Kelham Island Pale Rider 5.2%, never been my sort of drink but I understand that this is quite a favourite amongst those who enjoy Pale Ales.


I do but not this one, never floated my boat.
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Posted by Wanderer on Mon May 14, 2018 5:15 pm
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Highlights of an enjoyable weekend in Hereford (punctuated with a visit to Llanelli for the Dons fixture against West Wales Raiders);

Saturday ...
Bristol Beer Factory Milk Stout 4.5% in the Beer In Hand. Chocolate, coffee and dark fruit ... delicious!
Butcombe Original 4.0% in the Lichfield Vaults. A top amber session bitter.
Tiny Rebel Cwtch 4.6% in Gordon Bennett's. A very nice caramel-flavoured red ale.
Milestone Black Pearl 4.3% also in Gordon Bennett's. A creamy coffee stout.

Sunday ...
Caledonian Edinburgh Castle 4.1% in Hogarths. Scottish 80/- ale, ruby in colour, dark, sweet and malty.
Hogarths The Bruiser 4.0% also in Hogarths. Traditional best bitter brewed at Hogarths in Bolton.
Nottingham Rock Mild 3.8% in The King's Fee. A lovely drink, fruit, biscuit and nut flavours.
Posted by Wanderer on Wed May 16, 2018 5:39 pm
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Just had an IPA which as a one-off I quite enjoyed ...

Beatnikz Republic Brewing Co Tropical IPA 5.6% in 9 Gallon, Warrington. Full of mango and pineapple, very nice on a warm evening.
Posted by Wanderer on Wed May 16, 2018 6:11 pm
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Back on familiar turf (in drinking preference), Silloth Porter 4.5% from the Derwent Brewery as sampled in the Lower Angel, Warrington is dark and rich and flavours include Chocolate, Coffee and Orange.
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