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Posted by Wanderer on Sun Jun 17, 2018 1:30 pm
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Beer Festival at the Corner Pin last night;

Geeves Smokey Joe 5.0%, a stout.

Geeves Glabra 4.5%, a rye and liquorice porter.

Stocks Old Horizontal 5.3%, a nut brown strong ale.

Angles Ales HMS Glatton 7.4%, an East India pale ale.
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Sampled my first World Cup 2018 ale last night in the Gatehouse. Acorn Brewery England's Dreaming, a golden ale at 4.5%.

Also in the Gatehouse, Sadlers very nice Black IPA, Peaky Blinders 4.4%.
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Camerons Strongarm 4.0%, a favourite and very nice ruby ale in the Red Lion yesterday afternoon.

The Black Bull had Marston's Fever Pitch 4.2%, a pale ale and nod to the World Cup.

Sonnet 43's the Raven, a bourbon Milk Stout 4.3%, always welcome, in the Tut n Shive.

I'm not always a fan of Salamander ales, but Pirate's Porter 4.8% in the Corner Pin was very nice.
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Warrington today;

Acorn Darkness 4.2% in the Looking Glass, it would have been rude not to.

Weetwood Bitter 3.8%, in the Lower Angel. An English best bitter, Cheshire style.

Titanic Plum Porter 4.9%, a welcome favourite, also in the Lower Angel.
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Greene King Un-beer-lievable 4.1%, the Chris Kamara brew, sampled today in the Tut n Shive. A hoppy golden IPA so not really to my taste but it would have been rude not to.
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A couple of Coach House brews in the Looking Glass, Warrington;

Gunpowder 3.8%, a very decent mild with roast malt and biscuit flavours.

Hope & Glory 4.1%, reissued as a 'World Cup' pale ale.
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New to me and very nice ...

Wishbone Brewery Drover, an excellent session bitter 4.2%, sampled in the Lower Angel, Warrington.
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... and another in the Lower Angel ...

Coastal Brewery Handliner 4.0%, just a very nice English bitter.
Posted by Wanderer on Wed Jul 04, 2018 2:35 pm
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Alechemy Ten Storey Malt Bomb 4.5%, sampled in the York Tap en-route to Thirsk races was a decent find.

From a micro brewery in Livingston, it's described as a modern 80/- and was dark, sweet and malty.
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Theakston Best Bitter 3.8% (cask) available at Thirsk racecourse as it was at Pontefract on Monday ... pity about the plastic 'glasses' but understandable.
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