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Posted by Wanderer on Sun Sep 02, 2018 12:46 pm
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Preston yesterday evening, highlights being;

Upham Brewery Autumn Leaves 4.3%, a deliciously malty ruby ale in the Greyfriar.

Listers Limehouse Porter 4.1%, in the Black Horse - very nice!
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Pre-match drinks yesterday were both very enjoyable;

Marketplace Alehouse and Deli - Jolly Sailor Jolly Stout 4.5%.

The Queens - Two Roses Nailmaker (Porter) 4.3%.

Celebratory drinks in the Corner Pin were;

Stancill Barnsley Bitter 3.8%.

Stancill Black (a dark session ale) 3.7%.
Posted by Wanderer on Wed Sep 05, 2018 11:11 am
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Called in to the Whitby (micro) Brewery yesterday, opposite the Abbey and sampled a pint of their Jet Black 4.5%, a quaffable chocolate porter.

The Wheatsheaf, Burn en-route home offered a very nice ale brewed by Banks & Taylor. Edwin Taylor's Extra Stout 4.5%, an enjoyable combination of chocolate and fruit.
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Had my first taste of Stocks Doncaster Bitter 3.8% in the Hallcross on Thursday evening (pleasant enough but preference is for their Old Horizontal).

Also sampled for the first time, Doncaster Brewery De Warenne 4.8% in the Brewery Tap, a very enjoyable chestnut ale.
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Sharp's Crosshaven 4.2%, a very enjoyable Oatmeal Stout, in the Corner Pin last night.
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Warminster, Wiltshire yesterday, the highlights being;

Wadworth Farmers Glory 4.4%, in the Old Bell Inn.

Wessex Foxy's Best 4.0%, a malty best bitter, in the Fox and Hounds.
Posted by Wanderer on Wed Sep 12, 2018 7:40 am
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The historic city of Bath yesterday. Highlights were ...

Bath Gem 4.1%, a real favourite of mine, in the Bell Inn.

Flying Monk Habit 4.2%, a very enjoyable premium bitter, in the Raven.
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Wednesday in Salisbury. Highlights ...

Gale's HSB 4.8%, in The Ox Row Inn.

Twisted Brewing Co. Pirate 4.2%, a malty best bitter, in the Bridge Tap.
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Thursday evening in Bradford-on-Avon (after a day at Longleat). Highlights were ...

Moles Best Bitter 4.0%, in the Bear Inn.

Wadworth 6X 4.3%, in the Dandy Lion.
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Warrington last night.

Rudgates Brew No1 Vanilla Mild 3.6%, another very nice ale from the Tockwith brewery, sampled in the Looking Glass.

Silloth Porter 4.5%, a Chocolate and Orange porter, enjoyed in the Lower Angel.

Poynton Vulcan 4.2%, a malty best bitter and welcome find, in 9 Gallon.
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