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hugh_

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Shirley I can't be the only one who enjoys the odd tipple of this stuff. So for all of you who enjoy a proper pint, what's your favourite tipple?

Currently enjoying a Triple XB myself

pgm

1,774 posts

135 months

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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

timmy33

9,325 posts

113 months

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Currently 'Gold Old Boy' from the West Berkshire Brewery. Which is about 4 miles from where I live.

Kermit power

16,830 posts

99 months

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Exmoor Gold takes some beating!

CommanderJameson

22,096 posts

112 months

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I like Jennings Cumberland for a few pints on an evening, and am occasionally partial to Durham Magus (have to be in the mood, though - it's very hoppy). Tim Taylor's Landlord is always worth a bash, and Deuchar's Caledonian IPA also makes a nice session pint.
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johnnywb

1,581 posts

94 months

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Fan of Youngs Special or Bombardier. Nothing like a nice ale on a cold day!

pesty

30,520 posts

142 months

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hereford pale ale from the wye valley brewery. could drink this stuff all night!

www.wyevalleybrewery.co.uk/beers_view.php?id=2


Edited by pesty on Thursday 8th February 21:59

bint

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110 months

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hugh_

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127 months

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bint said:


That sounds fantastic, I haven't seen it around, any idea where I can get some?

cymtriks

4,070 posts

131 months

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Old Peculiar
The same people used to make a stronger ale, Masham Strong Ale IIRC, I recall drinking it with friends at the Tan Hill Inn.

Old Rosie Cider (OK not an ale but if any real ale types ever fancy a cider try this one)

eccles

8,520 posts

108 months

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i'm partial to a nice pint of Felinfoel Double dragon or Brains when i'm home, but round these parts its either Adnams or Green king.

eyebeebe

1,409 posts

119 months

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cymtriks said:

Old Rosie Cider (OK not an ale but if any real ale types ever fancy a cider try this one)


Just don't expect to be able to use your legs afterwards. It's as if the alcohol gets diverted to your legs instead of your brain. I've seen a few people think they are fine, stand up and be close to be picking themselves off the floor!

hugh_

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cymtriks said:
Old Rosie Cider (OK not an ale but if any real ale types ever fancy a cider try this one)


Oh well as Cider has been mentioned I may as well continue the theme. If you get the chance to try "Rattler", personally I think its fantastic but it seems to be a love/hate thing .

Neil_Sc

2,156 posts

93 months

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Anything Youngs or Theakstons for me drink

bint

4,514 posts

110 months

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hugh_ said:
bint said:


That sounds fantastic, I haven't seen it around, any idea where I can get some?


Sainsburys/Tescos

shropshire lad

342 posts

105 months

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Theakstons from my local (walking distance - thank goodness - )is pretty damn good but do like Old Hooky from Worcestershire.

busta

4,493 posts

119 months

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Good ol' Wherry from Woodfordes is always a winner round these parts.

There's a wealth of micro breweries cropping up in Norfolk at the moment so we're not short of the good stuff!

Racingdude009

5,303 posts

133 months

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Both Greene King IPA and Abbots Ale are very drinkable.

Also Adnams Bitter hits the spot.

Frik

12,506 posts

129 months

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Anything except Pedigree.

Kermit power

16,830 posts

99 months

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eccles said:
Brains


Mmmm.... Skull Attack.... That brings back memories!

A fine pint is Brains SA.
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