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    Part 2. Full price mind but . . .



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    Thanks to this thread, and my love of chocolate stouts, I have tried and consequently ordered a nuclear bunker’s supply worth of this delicious beauty!




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    It is ruddy horrendous, seriously.



    This wasn't much better and £20 a bottle.

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    Had these last night after a bottle of Whitby Jet Black with fish & chips in Orlop bar/restaurant in Whitby



    Salted Lime Sour really nice and sharp
    Fierce did taste of pancake & maple syrup! not bad actually.


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    Mmmmm beer. What beer are we drinking tonight?

    Quick one in Bridge Inn Ruswarp





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    On-topic cry for help.
    I have booked my cronies and myself in for a week's camping at a Batemen's pub in Lincolnshire; all done by phone, so no chance of sampling.
    I have a very dim recollection of the Batemans range, so wouldn't mind refreshing my palate in order to assess the likelihood of my getting lynched by the baying mob of disaffected drinkers.
    The tasting notes in the GBG are as much use as tits on a nun, so I wonder if I may ask the beeristas on here to keep half an eye open for any Bateman's products that may be available for me to taste in Manchester or that may be orderable by courier.
    The only way that I can find is to order a polypin; as I don't have any friends, that would be overkill. I am a couple of pints a night man when at home, and that is Hecks cider.

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    This correspondent is supping Orkney Dragon Head stout as he writes, excellent . . .



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    Pizza and Jet Black at Whitby brewery




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    Went to the grand opening of a new guitar centre last night and this was one of the libations on offer - Marshall beer!


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    Second round, Smugglers Gold for me and another Jet Black for Mrs T. Down into Whitby to Quirky Den , Old Peculiar from the wood!






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    Back at Sleights, a couple before bit of dinner






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    New one from a favourite brewery, got the Toast one as well.




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    Last nights tipple



    Called in Granville’s today after dog walking
    Wilde Child Glutinous Maximus sticky toffee milk stout followed by Atom Schrodingers Cat bitter





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    Been a while since I tried something new :



    Nice but a bit smokey for what is supposed to be a Ruby ale.

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    Heading to to Horsforth brewery beer festival, called in Hop Shack and had 1/2 of Greener Heathen



    1st one Harrogate Plum Porter



    Amity Community Table Beer



    North Brewing next




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    First one of these for a while
    I am sure a few more will be sunk in the next few days

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    Visiting my niece in York at the weekend and I spent some time in The House of Trembling Madness. Bought the last of their stock of Sam Smith's Organic Chocolate Stout and some other beers from the darker side. I will report back on the Nightmare porter later this evening.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sish101 View Post
    Visiting my niece in York at the weekend and I spent some time in The House of Trembling Madness. Bought the last of their stock of Sam Smith's Organic Chocolate Stout and some other beers from the darker side. I will report back on the Nightmare porter later this evening.

    Fond memories of visiting Hambleton in the early 90s and meeting Nick Stafford when they hadn't been going that long. Great to see they are still going strong.

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    Nightmare porter was OK, quite fruity (like a plum porter) but with hints of spice and at 5% it was very drinkable. Added it to my 'will drink again' list.

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    My current favourite...

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    Aldi special , not bad either




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    Quote Originally Posted by Thomps68 View Post
    Aldi special , not bad either




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    I am popping that way tomorrow, I'll see if they have any stock of this, I'm quite partial to a vanilla stout.

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    Pudding!




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    Just back from Clitheroe, the Bowland Brewery Beer Hall is magnificent, 36 hand pumps (not all on!) but had a lovely Burnt Toast stout among many others. Cheers John B4IMG_5689.jpg
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    It’s currently a balmy +7c, I am sitting in a hoodie and gortex and they still serve it in a frozen glass.
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    Quick trip to Mons in Belgium this week. Had lunch in a brew pub and brought back a bottle of their brewed-on-the-premises lager. 10.5% ABV.


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    From Lidl . . .




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    Lunch meet up at West Riding on Dewsbury station , starting with a White Rat, few other stronger ones may sample later.




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    From Black Sheep via Lidl, by George it's excellent . . .



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    Bought these in York today. Definitely want to savour these.




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    This for tonight

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    The adventure in Greek craft beer continues
    It’s really rather good

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    Mmmmm beer. What beer are we drinking tonight?

    Just completed the NC500 (again) but with madam on the back this time, on the GS1200, and having a couple of nights in Drumnadrochit before heading home to Fife.
    The Benleva Hotel have their own brewery ‘The Hanging Tree’, and this is their lovely Hangman’s IPA.
    Their 80 shillings and First Light are just as delicious! Excellent place with a proper pub!





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    Just called in Granville’s for a quick one , Anthology Tony , dry Irish stout, very nice.
    Good selection on and some good ones coming, 1 - 10 keg 11 - 15 cask






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    By chance I bought a brace each of their porter and stout today at B&M Bargains, £1.79 per bottle, tremendous value. I've had the porter before and it's excellent, I'll be trying the stout later after a swally of Greene King Abbot.


    Top man, Station Porter one of my local favourites that I haven't seen for ages.

    Popped into B&M and picked up a brace.

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    Pint of West Berks Brewery “Good Old Boy” bitter at the Black Horse in Chekendon. And my trusty steed that took me there and back.


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    And while I’m at it, these were bloody lovely when I got home!



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    Another week of Oncall means no beer until Monday but I did treat myself to this the last time I was at the House of Trembling Madness in York.

    It was very pleasing, plenty of beery flavour with a subtle liquorice tang. Probably one of the best no-alcohols I've had and quite a decent substitute for the real thing but at £2.75 a pop it's not one I'd be doing regularly.


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    Mmmmm beer. What beer are we drinking tonight?

    Probably my favourite tipple. I just wish it was a percent weaker

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    Called in Granville’s on dog walk , Vocation Chop & Change and Anthology Tony dry Irish stout





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    Cervezas Alhambra. Salamanca

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    Super Bock stout. Surprisingly good

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    It seems that craft brewing has reached France.



    A very drinkable Stout/brown ale courtesy of la brasserie des Herbes Sauvages.

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    Ka Pai. A South Pacific Pale Ale from a favourite brewery of mine, Stewart Brewing in Edinburgh.
    Clear as a bell, and a delicious 5.2%!




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