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252. Theakston's Old Peculier

Taken me a while to get to this, despite it being one of the better known and more widely available ales out there. Arguably Theakston’s signature beer, it’s an “old style” ale, sometimes known as “stock ale”, which describes anything English, dark, malty and usually quite strong. 141 more words

Three Star

New technology in weather analysis.

At a country store/craft shop/cafe type place just outside Thirsk in North Yorkshire we had to laugh at this sort of humour. I have now attached a small stone to a piece of chain for personal use as a pocket weather analyser. 32 more words

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Carr Naze #9

Seven Years Ago

A sharp, frosty morning in Shropshire, the like of which the Edge of Heaven may never see again in October! Ironbridge B Power Station’s main diet was dirty coal but I found it impossible not to love the cooling towers. 41 more words

Sauntering

Badgers Café Guisborough

One of my oldest friends Ed recently invited me to the preview evening of his new Café, Badgers in Guisborough, North Yorkshire.

Ed, having quite a few years experience in the food and beverage industry is just the guy to take on this venture and all of us were pretty excited to see the finished result. 356 more words

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