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Posted by Wanderer on Sun Mar 31, 2019 4:31 pm
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The Gatehouse, Doncaster - Bagby Asphalt Jungle 4.5%, brewed by American brewer Jeff Bagby at Wadworth brewery, this is an Irish Stout. Jet black in colour, it's a smooth drink with cocoa, coffee and roasted malt flavours. Nice.
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The Gatehouse, Doncaster - Eagle Parallax 4.5&, a golden IPA, hoppy and fruity (wine-like). A slightly bitter finish.
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The Gatehouse, Doncaster - Titanic Atlantic Red 5.4%, a red ale where the caramel and toffee flavours emerge as you progress. Not without some hoppiness. Interesting.
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The Friar Penketh, Warrington - Cockeyed Bonobo Banana 4.0%, a very pleasant banana and apple cider. Not a cider drinker normally but I would drink this one again.
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The Looking Glass, Warrington - Barbourne Cherry Bakewell 4.0%, a pink cider with cherry, almond and apple flavours.
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The Rawson Spring, Hillsborough - Conwy Kodiak 5.0%, an American-style brown ale, brown in colour. Some malt but more rye, a hoppy and citrus finish. Not what I'd call a brown ale.

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Sheffield Waterworks - Boxing Cat Contender 4.9%, brewed by Michael Jordan from Boxing Cat in China at Banks's Brewery. Pale yellow in colour, this pales ale's flavours emerge the more you progress. Pine, citrus and a hint of caramel are what I detected.

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The Benjamin Huntsman, Sheffield - Adnams Topaz Gold 4.0%, a golden ale which pours clear golden. Some citrus fruit and an almost grassy hop taste. Not really my thing.
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The Benjamin Huntsman, Sheffield - Harviestoun Bitter & Even More Twisted 5.0%, a golden yet malty and sweet ale. A bitter start with a zesty finish. Not bad at all.

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