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Wetherspoons festival ...

The Clothiers Arms, Yeadon
Ossett Excelsior 5.2%, a strong golden ale, fruity, smooth and bitter.

Full House :smile:

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Well done that Man :thumb:
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Cheers Alan, as always, an interesting and enjoyable challenge.

For the second time I've managed to find them all by the second Thursday. Managed to knock a couple of hours off this time :lol:

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Stancill Barnsley Bitter and Timothy Taylor Boltmaker both on good form in the Corner Pin this weekend.

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Corner Pin on Thursday evening, Welbeck Abbey Smashing Pumpkins 5.7%, malt, caramel, cinnamon and pumpkin combine in a deliciously smooth winter warmer. Outstanding!

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Highlights of an evening in Warrington yesterday ...

Purity Pure UBU 4.5%, an often enjoyed amber ale, in the Friar Penketh.

Big Bog Brewing Company Swampy 4.7%, my favourite of the evening and a premium dark ruby ale with fruit and toffee flavours, in the Looking Glass. A new one to me.

Caledonian Edinburgh Castle 4.1%, brown in colour, with malt, caramel and fruit flavours, in the White Hart. Only once previously tasted, in Hereford in May

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Warrington again last night and two very enjoyable drinks in the Lower Angel ...

Twisted Angel Daywalker Stout 5.8%, a combination of malt, chocolate and fruit.

Fernandes Black Voodoo 5.1%, a delicious chocolate and orange stout, think Terrys Chocolate Orange in a glass :smile:

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Another couple of enjoyable pints in the Lower Angel, Warrington last night, one new to me, the other an old favourite.

Cross Bay Witching Hour 4.4%, a crystal wheat beer. Clear golden in colour and less hoppy than I anticipated with a sufficient malty taste to get a tick from me.

Moorhouses Pride of Pendle 4.1%, an always enjoyable, easy drinking amber bitter with some fruit and malt and a hint of caramel.

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The Corner Pin have had a couple of interesting Welbeck Abbey brews available in the last couple of days ...

Wheatsheaf 5.8% is a cloudy malted wheat beer.

Burning Firedog 4.3%, a proper winter warmer, malty with a hint of pepper.

Both were very enjoyable.

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The Queens, Doncaster had the wonderful Bradfield Farmers Belgian Blue 4.9% available last night.
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