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Saied

1,575 posts

105 months

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Harvey's Best, if well kept, has the most delicious burnt hop aftertaste.

johnnymaestro

4,713 posts

109 months

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Currently enjoying Spitfire and Osprey.

nerf

977 posts

117 months

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pgm said:
In the bottles the Youngs special London Ale at 6.9% is rather nice.

In the pub I like to try lots of different stuff, although Adnams broadside or fullers ESB and Youngs Special are nice


couldnt have put it better myself. just been in the barrowboy and bankerr on london bridge drinking fullers ESB, bloody lovely! special london is lovely, as is special. if im really thirsty i'll go for fullers golden pride. its a bit strong which is a problem for such a tasty beer. you want to drink it all night but 3 is about all thats sensible.... you sir, have very perfect taste buds

andyparrott

789 posts

169 months

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Any of the Wychwood beers, but in particular Circle Master

jagdpanther

19,633 posts

105 months

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Wyre Piddle is a good brew

I particularly enjoy

Marstons Strong Pale Ale

Old Empire

Old Bob

Old Speckled Hen

Old Perculiar

Owd Roger

Bishops Finger

I cant remember the rest....I guess I'll have to try them all over again laugh
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XJSJohn

14,024 posts

105 months

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i am a West London lad at heart and do like a nice pint of cooking vintage Fullers London Pride.

..... or for that real memory loss, a night on the Fullers ESB. There are quite a few evenings from my early twenties that i am quite glad i don't recall thanks to this stuff!!!

KB_S1

5,967 posts

115 months

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Last night, a Spitfire and an Old Speckled Hen.
tonight an Innis & Gunn.

_Batty_

12,193 posts

136 months

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Speckled Hen
Fiddlers Elbow

Butcombe Bitter yum
Black rat Cider cool

Raffles

1,921 posts

116 months

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www.blackislebrewery.com/

Black Isle. The best beer you will drink. End of.

hugh_

Original Poster:

2,461 posts

127 months

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Good to see I'm not alone

BTW, does anyone know of a light ale called "son of a bitch". I had it in a very rural pub which held a beer and pumpkin festival near Swanage during an A-level Geography fieldtrip. It was perhaps the nicest beer I've ever had, thought somewhat potent at about 8% iirc. I've tried a couple of times since to track it/the brewers down online, but with no joy.

Cheers

groomi

8,843 posts

129 months

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Harveys
Butcombe
Spitfire
London Porter

In no particular order. lick

Symbolica

10,006 posts

101 months

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Ahhh real ale, my favourite drink in the world bar NONEdrink

Brains - any variety(a taste of home)
Ringwood - Fortyniner, XXXX Porter
Theakston's XB
Caledonian - Deuchars, XPA
Hancock's HB

Plus anything i've not sampled that looks interesting

deckster

2,320 posts

141 months

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Black Sheep
Horndean HSB
Old Hooky
Timmy Taylor's Landlord

and a million others. God I love beer.

RichUK

1,099 posts

133 months

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Just had a couple of very nice 6x's after a long long day.

HeavySoul

3,929 posts

105 months

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Innis & Gunn is a recent find for me yum

Anything by Adnams always gets my vote!

Mr Beckerman

4,712 posts

113 months

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Harveys. Anything from outside of Sussex is just wrong.

Timmy2TARs

654 posts

96 months

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Fullers - ESB
Raven - Raven's Gold
Timothy Taylor - Landlord
Badger - Golden Glory

huntsman

4,329 posts

136 months

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deckster said:
Black Sheep
Horndean HSB
Old Hooky
Timmy Taylor's Landlord

and a million others. God I love beer.



HSB - now we're talking, fine stuff.

Adnam's and Greene King good too.

Courage Directors back in favout round my way.

lord summerisle

7,787 posts

111 months

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Do I need say anything? drink

jagdpanther

19,633 posts

105 months

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lord summerisle said:
Do I need say anything? drink


Pass the pump old chum


Might I be able to persuade you to put some of your finest into a sample container for when I see you at Harewood?? I would love to sample your home brew before I make my own lick

Edited by jagdpanther on Friday 9th February 09:37
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