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Posted by Wanderer on Fri Sep 25, 2015 3:57 pm
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Three nice ales sampled in Doncaster on Wednesday evening ...

Blue Bee Hillfoot Best Bitter 4.0% in the Salutation
Rudgate York Chocolate Stout 5.0% in Cask Corner
Doncaster Brewery Mucky Bucket 5.0% in the Doncaster Brewery Tap
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York yesterday ... spoilt for choice as always ...

Highlights were ...

Glastonbury Black As Yer 'At 4.3% in Pivni
Brighton Bier Grand Havana (Smoked Porter) 5.0% in the Maltings
Bristol Beer Factory Milk Stout 4.5% in the York Tap

also tried Broughton Elder Power 4.7% in the Cross Keys - An elderflower bitter, not really my tipple but an interesting change.
Posted by Wanderer on Sun Sep 27, 2015 2:02 pm
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The highlight of an evening in Deansgate (Mcr) yesterday was Moorhouses Black Cat reserve 7% in the Rising Sun.
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Wickwar Cotswold Way 4.2% was a very nice find in the Red Lion earlier in the week. The Gatehouse had Milestone Sup-Porter at 5.2% (I assume a topical / specialty brew) and the Tut had Brains SA 4.2% available.
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Yesterday, before and after the football at Loftus Road ...

Redemption Rising Sun 5.0% in the Argyll, Oxford Circus
Rhymney Export 5.0% in the Tyburn, Marble Arch
Five AM Red Ale 5.0% in the Brew Dog, Shepherds Bush
Truman's Blindside 4.4% in the Mitre, Holland Park
Caledonian Autumn Red 4.4% in the Prince Albert, Notting Hill

Favourite on the day was the Rhymney Export.
Posted by Wanderer on Fri Oct 09, 2015 3:24 pm
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The next Wetherspoons Real Ale Festival officially kicks off next Friday and runs until Sunday 1 November.
(although it's often the case that some of the fifty will be available before and after)
Posted by Wanderer on Wed Oct 14, 2015 8:13 pm
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Pheasantry Smokin' 4.6% in the Red Lion yesterday. Very nice indeed ... described as a 'smoked rauchbier'.
Posted by Wanderer on Sat Oct 17, 2015 1:23 pm
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First night of the 'Spoons real ale festival yesterday and six ales sampled;

Sixpoint Bengali 6.4% (USA, brewed at Adnams brewery) & Ishii Brewing Minagof Smoked Porter 5.5% (Guam, brewed at Wadworth brewery) in the Red Lion.
Flying Dutchman Spiced Ale 4.4% (Netherlands, brewed at Caledonian brewery) & Shepherd Neame Red Sails 4.0% in the Angel.
Titanic 7 C's 5.0% & Exmoor Gold Export 5.5% in the Gatehouse.

Three of the ten International brews tasted and couldn't split the Smoked Porter & the Spiced Ale (the latter having hints of lemongrass).

Of the 'home' brews, the Red Sails ticked most boxes (a lovely cherry and chocolate porter).
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Four more festival ales tried yesterday;

Hook Norton Easy Weasel Ale 4.5%, Young Henrys Real Ale 4.0% (Australia, brewed at Batemans brewery) & Zululand Zulu Blonde 4.5% (South Africa, brewed at Marstons brewery) in the Red Lion.
Fork & Brewer Low Blow 4.7% (New Zealand, brewed at Shepherd Neame brewery) in the Angel.

Preference on the evening was the Australian ale.
Posted by Wanderer on Sun Oct 18, 2015 7:33 pm
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More 'festival' ales in Sheffield today;

Butcombe Chinook APA 4.2% in the Rawson Spring.
Adnams Extra 4.3% & Purity M.O. 4.0% in the Swim Inn.
Oakham Owl & The Pussycat 4.5% in the Sheffield Waterworks Co.
Caledonian Rare Red Rye 3.9% in the Benjamin Huntsman.
Moorhouses Pendle Witches Brew 5.1% in the Bankers Draft.
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