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    I too have just found the beer cave in Penrhyn Bay, very good selection. It's a bit like going into a Willy Wonka beer equivalent! Being new to the area where else could you reccomend please?

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    Welcome to North Wales, Juan. Its a magic place to live.

    The only other interesting lace I am aware of is Vinomondo in Conwy, but it stocks wine & spirits with craft beer secondary.

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    Had this last night after a couple of Coronas with curry




    Trip to Harrogate with Mrs T and had a Bad Kitty in Disappearing Chin



    Then a couple of White Rat in Fat Badger.
    Back to Horsforth and having a Three Swords in Granville’s


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    Tie travelling back to the 80s thanks to my sister in law.

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    This just come on in Granville’s, Fairytale of Brew York




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    Lightly hopped winter ale from another local brewery - not as sweet as most that I’ve had over Xmas.

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    Really enjoying my Xmas present. Excellent draft Moretti beer

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    It isn't often that I have my three favourite beers in the house at the same time. Bottoms up!


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    Mmmmm beer. What beer are we drinking tonight?

    Happy New Beer y’all!

    Some lovely stuff there, looking forward to a pint in a pub later.

    Meantime, last night was all about the wine, bar this beauty from Burning Sky…



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    Called in Granville’s last night and had a Fairytale of Brew York and the Wilde Child Thunder in Paradise then had this when back home




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    On way back from Sleights via Hemsley so called at brewery to see what’s on , having a pint of this , very nice.




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    on the Moretti but poured out of the beer blade

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thomps68 View Post
    On way back from Sleights via Hemsley so called at brewery to see what’s on , having a pint of this , very nice.


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    Stayed in Helmsley whilst on a bike trip with friends in 2019, we were there for 5 days and most evenings started with a visit to the brewery, really enjoyed their beers, I remember a stunning stout too, nice to know they are still thriving. Cheers, John B4

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    The stouts mentioned above have made my mouth water, I was going to list the ones that have taken my fancy but on going back through the posts they all looks great!

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    I had a pint of Solar Eclipse black IPA last night, I have to say I was very disappointing. More like a Smokey dish water than similar pints I have necked. I like a black IPA but this one is one to avoid in my opinion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnB4 View Post
    Stayed in Helmsley whilst on a bike trip with friends in 2019, we were there for 5 days and most evenings started with a visit to the brewery, really enjoyed their beers, I remember a stunning stout too, nice to know they are still thriving. Cheers, John B4
    Unfortunately the stout wasn't available , brewers been off over Christmas , but will certainly be calling to try and sample it! fingers crossed.

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    20% off selected Cloudwater Beers.

    https://shop.cloudwaterbrew.co/colle.../january-deals

    My delivery today has been postponed until tomorrow….probably for the best considering tonight’s vGTG!

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    It’s that time of year again. Verdant’s Putty is back, tasting better than ever.



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    ^^^ Love Putty!

    The first of maybe a few for me tonight - chin chin!

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    Arrived with a take away
    Refreshing if generic pilsner style beer.
    Have drunk a lot worse europ1ss…

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    Bit of a mash-up tonight. Two pints of cask Brakspear Gravity at the new local and this trio from the fridge…





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    Over to the dark side.

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    Early start this evening

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    Popped in Granville’s for a couple of early ones





    Northern Monk North Star followed by a Saltaire Triple Choc



    Having this at home


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    Just a couple last night , home alone , so chilli nachos followed by these , 11% ers so quite enough for me!




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    Mmmmm beer. What beer are we drinking tonight?

    Decisions, decisions…
    I’m very partial to Brewdog stouts and rarely have anything else when I find myself sat in one of their pubs, so a wee selection might open me up to something different!

    And before you ask, no I won’t be sampling them all at once!




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    After a dry January maybe a nice Arbor Ales C - Bomb

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    Quote Originally Posted by Citizen Tomatio View Post
    After a dry January maybe a nice Arbor Ales C - Bomb
    Dry January for me, too, but I think I'm just going to enjoy a Tamnavulin whisky later on.

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    Not a bad drop …



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    A local brew warming up for tomorrow. - it will be along day. Looking forward to it.

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    Couple of these in Whitelock’s




    Followed by this





    Then to The Ivy with Mrs T


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    Quote Originally Posted by pinpull View Post
    Decisions, decisions…
    I’m very partial to Brewdog stouts and rarely have anything else when I find myself sat in one of their pubs, so a wee selection might open me up to something different!

    And before you ask, no I won’t be sampling them all at once!




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    Have you tried their Nitro Oatmeal Stout (£3 in Sainsburys)?

    Very good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thomps68 View Post
    Couple of these in Whitelock’s




    Followed by this





    Then to The Ivy with Mrs T


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    Can’t wait to get back there. Twas a regular haunt in my Uni days and a favoured pre-match spot when I used to waste good time and money watching LUFC lose at home.

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    Called in Granville’s last night , pint of Vocation Naughty & Nice then a Ilkley Nano ,
    Mrs T had 1/2 of Ridgeside Thicket bramble sour , really nice fruity and sharp.





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    50th Birthday pressie...

    Loving my wife's approach to an everlasting 50th birthday pressie - a beer blade.

    Currently consuming an 8l keg of Birra Messina - Cristalli Di Sale.

    Never heard of the brand before but my word, it's lovely. Like an unfiltered pilsner with a hint of salt.

    https://www.birramessina.it/

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    Quote Originally Posted by S Works View Post
    Have you tried their Nitro Oatmeal Stout (£3 in Sainsburys)?

    Very good.
    Nope, but I will now!

    Thanks for the suggestion!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Thomps68 View Post
    Called in Granville’s last night , pint of Vocation Naughty & Nice then a Ilkley Nano ,
    Mrs T had 1/2 of Ridgeside Thicket bramble sour , really nice fruity and sharp.





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    Good grief - that looks utterly utterly lovely!
    I am struggling not to lick the screen.
    (It has been a very long week, and my local store has completely run out of stouts and porters....)

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    Stewart Brewing Oatmeal Stout, clinging to the sides as a good ale should - yum!

    From a fairly nearby brewery (Edinburgh) who produce an exceptional range of craft cask ales, and my local has them on the pumps in abundance. This is the first stout of theirs I’ve tasted, and it’s a robust cracker!




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    Popped down to one of my new “local” breweries yesterday to collect a web order…








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    Visiting son & girlfriend in their new house for tea with Mrs T , so called at The Hop Shack for a growler of The Kernel Dry Stout




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    Unfiltered Stella from the Perfect draft machine - not bad at all.PXL_20220218_181458755.jpg

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    Camden hells tonight

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    Trying this from a favourite brewery , sweet malty and mouthfeel of a stout!




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    In Harrogate, at The Disappearing Chin , good selection, 1/2 of the Harrogate Kursasl Stout





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    Any love for Marston's Brewery here?

    I'm staying at a Marston's pub/hotel for work the week after next and so have been doing a bit of research, their Pearl Jet stout has taken my fancy.

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    Went to The Ivy and had this



    Back home and can of this




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    Quote Originally Posted by Thomps68 View Post
    Visiting son & girlfriend in their new house for tea with Mrs T , so called at The Hop Shack for a growler of The Kernel Dry Stout




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    Magic isn’t it? I grabbed a bottle last week.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oliverte View Post
    Camden hells tonight

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    And a very fine piece to boot! My 1969 says hi.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MST View Post
    Any love for Marston's Brewery here?

    I'm staying at a Marston's pub/hotel for work the week after next and so have been doing a bit of research, their Pearl Jet stout has taken my fancy.
    Marstons is mainly a PubCo these days. Their beers are basically the Carlsberg brands plus a few the latter distribute under license.

    https://www.carlsbergmarstons.co.uk/our-beers/

    Some of it is good - Brooklyn & Erdinger for instance - but most of their offering isn’t what I prefer these days. I’ve not had the stout though so you’ll have to report back after your research!

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    Quote Originally Posted by S Works View Post
    Marstons is mainly a PubCo these days. Their beers are basically the Carlsberg brands plus a few the latter distribute under license.

    https://www.carlsbergmarstons.co.uk/our-beers/

    Some of it is good - Brooklyn & Erdinger for instance - but most of their offering isn’t what I prefer these days. I’ve not had the stout though so you’ll have to report back after your research!
    I thought as much, I'm not sure if they've got the stout on tap but as long as they've got Guinness to fall back on, which I believe they have, I'll be a happy man.

    I'm staying at the Redesdale Arms in Moreton-in-Marsh, according to Untappd they have a fairly wide selection including their own Redesdale Ale brewed locally. Must admit I'm not a massive ale fan though.

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