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400. Mauldons Bronze Adder

So, I reach 400, somewhat more calmly and serenely than 300 or indeed 200. It’s nice not to be in a rush I have to admit. 209 more words

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396. Noble Lager

An English craft lager enjoyed in the much improved Mason’s Arms in my home town of Bury St Edmunds. Owned by Greene King, so I was surprised to find so many craft beers to choose from, even if many were Greene King brews. 33 more words

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Review: Sophie & Carter by Chelsea Fine

When I finished the book, I really didn’t understand my thoughts about the book.

The story:
Sophie and Carter are best friends since childhood and neighbors. 239 more words

Book Review

395. Celt's La Tène

Welsh brewsters The Celt Experience bring us a rather interesting dry-hopped ale, which is surprisingly full of flavour for a relatively weak beer. Named for the site in Switzerland that was the source of the La Tène Iron Age culture, this fits neatly with all their other beers named for various historical periods and societies. 77 more words

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The Power and the Fury

The Power and the Fury

(The Eden Chronicles)

(Kid’s Lit)

By James Erith



Three kids are sucked into Biblical destruction as forty days and nights of rain threaten a rural town in England. 674 more words


391. Slaapmutske Dry-Hopped Lager

A new contender for my favourite brewery name, if not my favourite all time beer name – anybody would struggle to top Flaming Ass Owl –  109 more words

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389 & 390. Augustinerbrau Munchen Lagerbier Hell & Goose Island IPA

One is a cool and trendy American Pale and the other a German classic, produced by the oldest beer in Europe (a full 500 years older than the USA itself). 169 more words

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