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Pre CC Final drinks ...

Timothy Taylor Landlord 4.3%, in the Sawyers Arms, Paddington.

Greene King London Glory 4.1%, in Dickens, Paddington.

Wimbledon (Brewery) Common 3.7%, an orange-flavoured pale ale, in the Warrington, Maida Vale.

Exeter Brewery Ferryman 4.2%, a deliciously malty best bitter, in the Warwick Castle, Little Venice.

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Post CC Final drinks ...

Hogs Back TEA (Traditional English Ale) 4.2%, in the Green Man, Euston (adjacent to Great Portland Street tube station).

Youngs Bitter 3.7%, in the Fellow, Kings Cross.

Shepherd Neame Master Brew (Kentish Ale) 3.7%, a biscuit and toffee flavoured bitter, in Mabel's Tavern, Kings Cross.

Fullers ESB 5.5%, an extra special (strong) bitter, in the Euston Flyer, Kings Cross.

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Post CC Final drinks ...

Hogs Back TEA (Traditional English Ale) 4.2%, in the Green Man, Euston (adjacent to Great Portland Street tube station).

Youngs Bitter 3.7%, in the Fellow, Kings Cross.

Shepherd Neame Master Brew (Kentish Ale) 3.7%, a biscuit and toffee flavoured bitter, in Mabel's Tavern, Kings Cross.

Fullers ESB 5.5%, an extra special (strong) bitter, in the Euston Flyer, Kings Cross.


Fullers ESB is a thing of beauty, and hard to find on draught in this neck of the woods.
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Agreed. That and the Exeter Ferryman were the best two ales on the day.

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Bought two bottles of Fullers 1845 from my local Select Save for £4.00. Bottle conditioned, and matured for 100 days. A premium ale at 6.2% and fantastic stuff.
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Lincoln yesterday, the highlights being;

Pheasantry Best Bitter 3.8%, in the William Foster.

Oldershaw Newton's Drop 4.1%, in the Ritz.

Batemans XB 3.7% and Batemans XXXB 4.8%, in the Treaty Of Commerce.

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Lincoln yesterday, the highlights being;

Pheasantry Best Bitter 3.8%, in the William Foster.

Oldershaw Newton's Drop 4.1%, in the Ritz.

Batemans XB 3.7% and Batemans XXXB 4.8%, in the Treaty Of Commerce.


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I knew you would approve :smile:

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Jolly Sailor Selby Best 4.5%, a new experience, in the Marketplace Alehouse and Deli, Doncaster on Friday evening and I certainly wouldn't put anyone off it.

Two Roses Black Beauty Stout 5.0%, hit the spot in the Queens.

Daleside Monkey Wrench 5.3%, always enjoyable and found in the Gatehouse.

The Corner Pin also had a brand new experience on Friday in the shape of Camerons Phenology 5.0%, described as a Belgian style Saison, one for the lovers of pale ale.
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