Spoonfest

> Now on. > As there's 30, not 50 ales I might get to see more than half this time. > Well sort of; most branches had but 2 or 3 of the guest brewers ales, apart from 2 city centre ones where they'd already run out! Disappointing.
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Kerr Mudd-John
> > > Now on. > > As there's 30, not 50 ales I might get to see more than half this time. > > > Well sort of; most branches had but 2 or 3 of the guest brewers ales, > apart from 2 city centre ones where they'd already run out! Disappointing.
I thought it was a bit rubbish as well. The old geezers in my local Spoons like the powerful six percenters. I can't stand them because I want to drink 8-10 pints. So my local only had a few drinkable beers for the whole fest.
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Offramp
> > I thought it was a bit rubbish as well. The old geezers in my local Spoons like the powerful six percenters. I can't stand them because I want to drink 8-10 pints. So my local only had a few drinkable beers for the whole fest.
I was extremely pleased with the festival mild, a 4.5 per cent dark mild called "Mild the Gap". It was a guest brew, made by an Italian at Hook Norton. Wonderful, wonderful stuff. I made several visits to my local Spoon's for that beer alone. -- Joyce Whitchurch, Stalybridge, UK =================================
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Joyce Whitchurch

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