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PostPosted: Sun Jun 07, 2015 7:22 pm 
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A couple of recent highlights ...

Wharfebank Hawk Black IPA 4.5% (Tut n Shive)
Milestone Honey Porter 4.9% (Angel)

Both are to be recommended.

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The Sal had Ruddles County 4.3% available last night. Not seen that for while and prefer it to the BB which is on in many Wetherspoons.

They also had the very nice GK London Glory 4.0%

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Sampled a couple of nice Porters this week, Stancill's 4.4% (Gatehouse) and The Hop Studio's 4.3% (Angel).

The Tut has recently had a very recommendable Bitter, Nethergate Brewery's Suffolk County 4.0%.

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The Tut n Shive had Sadlers Worcester Sourcerer 4.3% on Friday evening, which reminded me of a trip to the brewery at Lye, near Stourbridge about 3 years ago.

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Had a couple of nice drinks in Sheffield last night;

Seven Brothers Brewery Stout Porter 5.2% in the Dove & Rainbow also Kent Brewery Black Gold 4.0% in the Sheffield Tap.

Slight preference was for the former which beautifully mixed chocolate and coffee flavours with dark fruits.

The D&R also had the usually-reliable Camerons Strongarm.

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I had two pints of Brew and Gold ....gorgeously hoppy.
£3.15 a pint?....nah!






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Stand-Offish wrote:I had two pints of Brew and Gold ....gorgeously hoppy.
£3.15 a pint?....nah!


Had a pint of both that and the Up n Unda ... as we discussed at the time, more to your taste than mine. All credit though to Castle Park, 3 real ales available.

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Stand-Offish wrote:I had two pints of Brew and Gold ....gorgeously hoppy.
£3.15 a pint?....nah!


I tried it and thought it tasted like grapefruit :THINK: No wonder they were only giving one pint as first prize, the loser got 10 pints! :SICK:






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DonnyD wrote:I tried it and thought it tasted like grapefruit :THINK: No wonder they were only giving one pint as first prize, the loser got 10 pints! :SICK:

I said that to Gary ... really hoppy beer does taste like grapefruit.
Jaipur, anything from Glentworth ... grapefruit juice.
Personally I love it.






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Personally iv got a soft spot for Glentworth beers.living in sheffield the only place iv seen there beers has been in the Kelham island tavern.

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