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Posted by Wanderer on Tue May 01, 2018 1:00 pm
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Next up, Acorn Old Moor Porter 4.4%.

No surprises here, a regular in the 'Spoons in Doncaster and a beer which never disappoints. Rich and creamy, this is a Victorian-style coffee-flavoured porter with a hint of liquorice.
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Third Festival Ale today (putting me in mind of the ill-fated Flying Scotsman on Silver Street) is Chantry Brewery's Special Reserve 6.3%.

Referred to as an 'old' or 'traditional' ale, this sweet dark strong ale is toffee and chocolate flavoured.
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Over to our Gatehouse correspondent, oh yes, that's still me ...

Fuggle Bunny 24 Carrot 6.0%, hoppy and citrusy (if that's a word), I guess I'd have to refer to this as a strong IPA.
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Still in the Gatehouse, Little Critters Nutty Ambassador 6.0% ... this is just delicious, a chocolate and hazelnut stout, what's not to like!

Yes, I know I've had it before.
Posted by Wanderer on Thu May 03, 2018 6:30 pm
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Red Lion this evening;

Little Critters White Wolf 5.0%, an American-style Pale Ale, hoppy and citrus-flavoured.
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Still with the Red Lion offerings;

Geeves Fully Laden 6.0%, this one is an English IPA badged as a World IPA. Strong and hoppy with fruit flavours.
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Over to the Gatehouse;

Stancill Ginger Pale 4.0%, a sweet and spicy ale predominantly about the ginger.
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Still in the Gatehouse;

Dukeries Northern Rising 4.7%, malty with fruit, chestnut and toffee in the mix.

Very nice, we appear to have accepted Worksop in to South Yorkshire ....
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Couple of ales in Spouters Corner, Wood Green en-route to the rugby ....

Sambrooks Wandle 3.8%, a very palatable best bitter.

Nethergate Mary's Ruby Mild 4.5%, second time in about a week, wonderful.
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Across the road to the Nags Head, ended up with Wells Bombadier which probably tells a story.
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