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PostPosted: Sun Jul 26, 2015 4:50 pm 
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PostPosted: Sun Jul 26, 2015 5:10 pm 
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Stand-Offish wrote:Good job you had had some anaesthetic then.


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PostPosted: Mon Aug 03, 2015 7:58 pm 
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Leeds on Saturday after the CCSF ...

Scarbrough Hotel - Red Sails Cherry Porter 4.0%
The Hop - Ossett Big Red 4.0%
Cross Keys - Black Band Porter 5.5%
Midnight Bell - Leeds Midnight Bell 4.8%

Four excellent ales :)

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The Tut had the wonderful Greene King Rumrunner again last night.

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The Looking Glass in Warrington had the excellent Peerless Red Rocks 5.0% on Saturday evening. Also tried Purple Moose Madogs Ale 3.7% in the Lower Angel.

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Stancill Barnsley Bitter in the Corner Pin last night spot on. Tried a couple of new ones last too, Ossett Corker 4.0% (golden, hoppy) in the Leopard and Pheasantry Lincoln Tank Ale 4.2% (an amber ale) in the Gatehouse. Great Heck Patrick (stout) 4.8% in Cask Corner went down very nicely.

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Highlights from this weekend;

Slightly Foxed Urban Fox (porter) 4.8% and Imperial Delta November Two (porter) 4.4% in Cask Corner
Elland Bitter 3.8% in The Gatehouse
Kelham Island Cabby Chino (porter) 4.0% in the Tut n Shive

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PostPosted: Mon Aug 31, 2015 1:09 pm 
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York yesterday;

Mad Squirrel Milk Stout 4.0% in Harkers
Black Grouse Oaked Porter 4.0% in Pivni
Old Smoke English Tea Bitter 5.0% in the Old White Swan
Black Sheep Blind Side 4.3% in Ye Olde Starre Inne
Bad Co Bounty Hunter 5.5% in the Maltings
Little Valley Cragg Vale Bitter 4.2% and Otley 03 Boss 4.4% in York Tap

Only two I'd had before, the Blind Side and the Cragg Vale Bitter which are both very nice drinks. Of the new ones, the Oaked Porter and the Bounty Hunter (a Coconut Porter) came out top on the day. The cloudy English Tea Bitter was perhaps the only one I probably would'nt choose again.

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Rumours are wanderer was tea-total before he started supporting the dons now look at him! :lol:

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Friday evening;

The Gatehouse had a very nice red ale Dungarvan's Copper Coast 4.3%.

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