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Posted by Wanderer on Wed Oct 28, 2015 6:07 pm
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Another one ticked off in the Red Lion today;

Marston's Green Hop Pale Ale 4.5%
Posted by Wanderer on Sat Oct 31, 2015 3:41 pm
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Rooster's Nectar 5.2% & Harviestoun Old Manor 4.6% in the Red Lion yesterday evening.

The latter, a dark-coloured old ale, was very enjoyable

46 out of 50 done now.
Posted by Wanderer on Sat Oct 31, 2015 3:55 pm
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Evan Evans Cennen 4.6% in the Gatehouse this lunchtime.

3 left to find.
Posted by Wanderer on Sun Nov 01, 2015 12:41 pm
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Cotleigh Redfire 4.8% in the Gatehouse last night, very nice indeed.

2 to go, but running out of time and opportunity.
Posted by Wanderer on Sun Nov 01, 2015 5:36 pm
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Coach House Ale of Arrows 4.0% in the Rawson Spring this afternoon made it 49 out of 50.
Posted by Wanderer on Wed Nov 04, 2015 6:35 pm
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So it looks like close but no cigar, 49 out of 50 it is.

Favourite International ales were the Norwegian Oatmeal Stout, the Dutch Spiced Ale and the Smoked Porter from Guam.

Of the 'home' brews, Theakston Infallible, Oakleaf 10 Little Acorns, Wood's Ebony, Harviestoun Old Manor, Cotleigh Redfire, Maxim John Bull Stout & Wadworth Cooper's Vice ticked the most boxes but an honourable mention must go to Belhaven Old Gold which was a very pleasant surprise.
Posted by Wanderer on Wed Nov 04, 2015 6:38 pm
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... and the one I missed ...

Kelham Island Wild Rider IPA.

Quite an irony since I spent a fair amount of time in Sheffield during the festival.
Posted by Wanderer on Mon Nov 09, 2015 12:10 pm
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Mobberley (nr Knutsford), Cheshire on Saturday evening;

Dunham Massey Treacle Treat 4.1% in the Railway Inn
Storm Brewing Co Red Mist 3.9%, Wincle Brew Co Woodsman 4.4%, Weetwood Ales Bulls Head Bitter 4.5% & Weetwood Ales Mobberley Wobbly Ale 3.9% in the Bulls Head.

Enjoyed every one of them!

Two excellent pubs you probably would never visit without a driver - fortunately, not me :D
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York yesterday afternoon started with a bang;

Fallen Brew Co Chew Chew 6.0% (described as a Salted Caramel Milk Stout) in Pivni.
Redemption Rising Sun 5.0% in the Cross Keys and Ilkley Rosa Ostara 4.6% in the Punch Bowl followed. The latter a gamble on my part considering my taste and its description as a Rose Petal Ale (brewed with real rose petals).
Bad Co Smashing Pumpkin 5.5% was next in the Maltings, whilst the final tipple of the afternoon was Anarchy Brew Co Smoke Bomb 3.9% in the York Tap. The Anarchy brew being a lovely smoked ale with hints of toffee.
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The Sal had the wonderful Bradfield Farmers Belgian Blue 4.9% yesterday.

Camerons Thirst Blood 4.3% was interesting in Cask Corner and Sonnet 43 Bourbon Milk Stout 4.3% enjoyable in the Tut.
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