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The Station, Leeds
Liberation IPA 4.8%, a golden coloured citrusy ale.

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Beckett's Bank, Leeds
Adnams Nut Brown 4.0%, a brown ale with nut, caramel and coffee flavours. Nice.
Acorn XV 4.8%, an oatmeal stout. Ticks boxes, oatmeal compliment by coffee and chocolate. Very nice.
Daleside Morocco Ale 5.5%, a strong ale, roasted malts, molasses and caramel. Delicious!

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The final one from yesterday ...

The Cuthbert Broderick, Leeds
Brewsters Dozen 5.5%, an amber coloured strong ale, tangy (peaches) yet bitter. Enjoyable.

22 of 30 found / sampled.

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The Yarborough Hotel, Grimsby
Evan Evans Hop Picker 4.5%, an amber coloured ale with a malty flavour complimented with berries.
Cotleigh Styrian Wolf 4.4%, a golden bitter with mango and lemongrass amongst the flavourings.
Swannay Orkney Session 3.8%, golden in colour, referred to as a bitter, this was a little disappointing. A floral aroma but too little taste for me.

25 of 30 found / sampled.

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Doncaster Brewery Tap hoping to have Back the Bid on from this coming Thursday. From Ian's description of the beer it may well suit all palates. :wink:

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The Station, Leeds
Loch Lomond Southern Summit 4.0%, an American-style pale ale, aroma grapefruit, taste grapefruit. Not really to my liking.

4 left to locate.

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The Red Lion, Doncaster
Trumans Lazarus 4.2%, a very pale golden ale, floral and hoppy.

3 to find now.

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The Regal Moon, Rochdale
St Austell Big Job 7.2%, a double IPA, tropical fruit aroma with a fruity yet dry taste. Not dissimilar to Thornbridge Jaipur. Enjoyed it!

2 left to find.

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Sir Thomas Gerard, Ashton in Makerfield
Green Jack Mandarina Orange 4.2%, an orange-flavoured golden coloured wheat beer.

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The Regal Moon, Rochdale
St Austell Big Job 7.2%, a double IPA, tropical fruit aroma with a fruity yet dry taste. Not dissimilar to Thornbridge Jaipur. Enjoyed it!

2 left to find.


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