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Post 49: Historical Pubs: The Turf Tavern, Oxford

Situated in a little alleyway just off Broad Street, the Turf Tavern is one of the big tourist sights in Oxford. Over the years Bill Clinton has “not inhaled” there, the Australian PM Bob Hawke has set an ale-drinking world record, and Inspector Morse has visited more than once. 362 more words

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Paulaner: Hefe-Weissbier

Paulaner: Hefe-Weissbier
ABV 5.5%

Well another weekend is upon us and looking back to last weekend it was an exciting one. It was a weekend of food and drink; 2 roasts, a steak, too many Ammereto and coke’s to count and numerous shots. 81 more words

Beer

Hitchin beer festival (E.E.J)

Selagi saya berada di Inggris saya tertarik mengunjungi festival beer yang diadakan setiap tahun oleh CAMRA, biasanya festival ini diselenggarakan 3 hari sampai seminggu penuh. Tempat pelaksanaanya macam-macam mulai dari lapangan luas sampai di hall atau lapangan tertutup, di Hitchin sendiri penyelengaraan festival ini diadakan di tempat gelanggang basket indoor. 670 more words

Uk Trip

Pumpkin Harvest - Part 2: Howe Sound Pumpkineater

They call this one an ‘Imperial Pumpkin Ale’.  Props for coming in a resealable bottle, because with it’s power and and proportions you may require more than one sitting to finish it off. 152 more words

Seasonal

A Sour Beer Story

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you may have noticed that sour beers are quite the rage in the craft beer community. It seems that every brewery worth its salt is taking a crack at it. 614 more words

222. Mad Abbot Tripel

Mad Abbot Tripel

Company info:
The Little Brewing Company
Port Macquarie, NSW

[thelittlebrewingcompany.com.au]

Bottle size sampled: 330ml

Alcohol: 9.5%
Standard drinks: 2.5

Cap type: 368 more words

Mason Hell-cat

The Golden Fleece (Stamford)

Located at the confluence of the Gwash and Welland rivers, Stamford has many strings to its bow. It has great historical interest due it being almost halfway between York and London – useful for coaching houses and the like in the olden days; ‘ 491 more words

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