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    This for me!


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    Quote Originally Posted by MFB Scotland View Post
    I can always find most Hobgoblins, but not the IPA. Finally found this a couple of days ago in a little convenience store on the edge of Loch Ness.

    Have been hunting in all the usual supermarkets to no avail, but delighted to have got the chance to try it.

    This IPA and the Hobgoblin Gold really make for a nice drop without being nearly as pricey as the alternatives.

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    Taking the edge of watching Liverpool struggle. Again.

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    First time I've tried this one, it absolutely won't be my last. A fantastically flavoured IPA.

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    Pub quiz night, so I had a nice pint of Harveys Sussex Best
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    There was a mere 5 of these left in HB today, whereas there's always been a couple of dozen previously. I bought them to add to the stash, got a couple of dozen in now. I hope they don't stop selling the stuff . . .


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    Mmmmm beer. What beer are we drinking tonight?

    Lovely pint Sam Smiths Cask




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    J.W.Lees have started making a stout, and itís cracking. Better than Guinness? Certainly better than that extra cold crap, and better than the mediocre Guinness served in most pubs.



    Yes I asked for a top up!

    Couple of cans this afternoon. Shindigger were founded by two University of Manchester students so I feel obliged to drink it.



    Not bad, but it wouldnít be my choice for a session.

    This one is nicer:

    .

    Iíve not heard of the brewery before, they are in Lymington, apparently.
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    Just picked up these 4 from my local beer shop, at least two of them won't last the night...

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    A firm favourite. Sam Smith's Organic Chocolate Stout. Simply fab.

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    Decorating finished, time for a brew.


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    This little barrel aged beauty


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    Quote Originally Posted by triumph coupe View Post


    This little barrel aged beauty


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    Looks like the cat is waiting for you to pour it some too.

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    Acorn Barnsley bitter in a pub in Rotherham

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    Going TONTO tonight from a microbrewery half a mile from my house








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    This duo tonight while I start to watch the new series of The Grand Tour. Might be a glass of scotch to follow too. Cheers!

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    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
    Quote Originally Posted by sish101 View Post
    This duo tonight while I start to watch the new series of The Grand Tour. Might be a glass of scotch to follow too. Cheers!

    A pair of classics! The Mud City has disappeared from the shelves in my local HB, however over the course of several visits I took a few home each time, so there's about a dozen and a half to keep me going.

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    Starting with something light to quench the thirst . . .


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    Now to more serious quaffing . . .



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    New discovery - a new version of an old favourite...



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    Quote Originally Posted by zelig View Post
    New discovery - a new version of an old favourite...

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    Do I see 9.5% there z ? No more than half a dozen mind . . .

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    Joseph Holt's Rough Mild, in about 90 minutes; quiz night at the Three Rooms of Gloom.

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    Quote Originally Posted by magirus View Post
    Do I see 9.5% there z ? No more than half a dozen mind . . .
    hic. Yesh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zelig View Post
    New discovery - a new version of an old favourite...



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    I might have to hunt that one down, it has been a while since trying the "regular" Duvel however I do remember it being something decent. I'm a fan of anything with Citra hops in it

    Trying out this Spanish tipple tonight, no Citra (Palisades, Bru-1 and Mosaic in this one) however it does have a dry pithy bitterness to it that I do so love.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CardShark View Post
    I might have to hunt that one down, it has been a while since trying the "regular" Duvel however I do remember it being something decent. I'm a fan of anything with Citra hops in it
    It’s lovely. I’ve been a big fan of regular Duvel since my student days.
    ...It was the beer of choice for any ‘celebration’.
    In the past decade I’ve developed a taste for hoppy / citrus IPAs.
    So this is a timely development



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    (£2.50 a bottle in Morrisons BTW)
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    Quote Originally Posted by zelig View Post
    Itís lovely. Iíve been a big fan of regular Duvel since my student days.
    ...It was the beer of choice for any Ďcelebrationí.
    In the past decade Iíve developed a taste for hoppy / citrus IPAs.
    So this is a timely development



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    (£2.50 a bottle in Morrisons BTW)
    Same here with regards to hoppy/citrus flavours, and I know where my nearest Morrisons is so I'll be making a trip tomorrow If you're partial to that kind of flavour profile try Burnt Mill's Citra Fog, it's not cheap at around £6 for a 440ml can however it's absolutely glorious.

    Talking of Duvel, there used to be a bar near me that served a few Belgium beers, Duvel was one of them and Kwak another - I've got the proper Kwak glass and accompanying stand hidden away somewhere...

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    Quote Originally Posted by CardShark View Post
    Seeing that glass reminds me itís the Chelmsford CAMRA Winter Real Ale Festival this week (February half term), anyone else going? I most definitely am :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kirk280 View Post
    J.W.Lees have started making a stout, and it’s cracking. Better than Guinness? Certainly better than that extra cold crap, and better than the mediocre Guinness served in most pubs.



    Yes I asked for a top up!

    Couple of cans this afternoon. Shindigger were founded by two University of Manchester students so I feel obliged to drink it.



    Not bad, but it wouldn’t be my choice for a session.

    This one is nicer:

    .

    I’ve not heard of the brewery before, they are in Lymington, apparently.
    I'm a big fan of the Vibrant Forest Brewery, and they're doing well - now moving to bigger premises a bit further out from Lymington. As with all these smaller breweries it takes some time to get their online ordering sorted out, but they've done some great week long tap takeovers around the country.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yumma View Post
    Seeing that glass reminds me itís the Chelmsford CAMRA Winter Real Ale Festival this week (February half term), anyone else going? I most definitely am :-)
    I can only make it on Friday and even that's 50/50 at best. I've been every year since it changed venues from The Triangle Club to KEGS, I really don't want to have a blip in my attendance record!

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    Quote Originally Posted by zelig View Post
    (£2.50 a bottle in Morrisons BTW)
    Same price in Tesco

    Cheers!

    Duvel Citra by CardSharkLotus

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    Quote Originally Posted by CardShark View Post
    Same price in Tesco

    Cheers!

    Duvel Citra by CardSharkLotus
    Excellent. I have a plan B if Morrisonís run out.



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    Enjoying another from my cache of 99p stout . . .


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    Big Lamp bitter for me ;-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by tvralan View Post
    Big Lamp bitter for me ;-)

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    Raven on the bar too. A lovely dark pint.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tvralan View Post
    Big Lamp bitter for me ;-)
    Quote Originally Posted by sish101 View Post
    Raven on the bar too. A lovely dark pint.

    My local methinks.




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    Found this tucked away at the back of my bottle shelf . . .



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    Quote Originally Posted by magirus View Post
    My local methinks.



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    Mmmmm beer. What beer are we drinking tonight?

    Was there last night, first time at an indoor festival

    Must smell great when the kids go back to school

    (Was meant to quote the post above)

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    Cheeky picnic with the wife in Parade Gardens Bath, glorious sunshine and a local brew, rather nice it is too at 6.2%


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    Kellerbier going down rather too well.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Curta View Post
    Kellerbier going down rather too well.

    Looking forward to April and some more sampling of Kellerbier!
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    Yum love thisIMG_0183.JPG


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    A new one for me tonight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sish101 View Post
    A new one for me tonight.
    A nice ale is the Broadside, although I haven't had one for a while. I also haven't had one of these for a while, but that's being put right as I type, dangerously smooth and quaffable for it's strength . . .




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    Two more ďlocalĒ ales whilst enjoying the weekend in Bath


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    Quote Originally Posted by J3w3ll3r View Post
    Was there last night, first time at an indoor festival

    Must smell great when the kids go back to school

    (Was meant to quote the post above)

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    I was there from around 3pm to 7pm, it was reasonably busy when we left however the four of us that went all thought it the quietest ever Friday we've attended. And yes, it might well smell of beer when the kids get back, however when the school is called KEGS...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Harleyrider View Post
    Two more ďlocalĒ ales whilst enjoying the weekend in Bath


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    I love a pint of Gem. Oddly, like all Bath Ales, brewed in Bristol

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