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Fetch Real Ale Drinkers (FRAD)

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17 Apr
2:41pm, 17 Apr 2020
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Wriggling Snake
Just outside, they do SK4, but not SK6...still they brew good beer!
rhb
17 Apr
2:55pm, 17 Apr 2020
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rhb
Frustrating for you!

I bought 4 last week, 3 I've drunk now were great the 4th is one I have had before and enjoyed that then too.
18 Apr
7:23pm, 18 Apr 2020
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57.5 Degrees of Pain
We can't refill our growlers at our local brewery and more (Speyside), but another that recently left our town for bigger premises along the coast is doing deliveries of bottles. Order going in Monday!
27 May
12:22pm, 27 May 2020
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Wriggling Snake
fetcheveryone.com/blog/26233#comments406767

Free delivery for me. Stockport. Free if you order 50 quid's worth...

Thirst Class brewery...
21 Sep
3:26pm, 21 Sep 2020
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Wriggling Snake
quiet here, I guess that's the virus for you, on out hols we ventured out to quite a fee,w, you have too, varied results as always, this place was excellent though.....

packocards.co.uk

what was brilliant was 80% of the pub has been poshed up, nice rooms, restaurant, good food and beer garden, but they had a locals bar which often gets neglected or omitted altogether when pubs are gentrified.

I do have to say Devon and Somerset were a tad disappointing, wall to wall Proper Job, Doom Bar,and Tribute, with Exmoor Ales also, plus Otter, not a lot else...there seems to be a trend for Lager-ish 'beers' now, Sharps Atlantic for instance....I think I might be spoilt in Manchester and Stockport for the range of beers you can find,
21 Sep
3:32pm, 21 Sep 2020
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Nicholls595
Padstow Brewery have very recently added a second Tasting Room (in the old Post Office). Very good locally brewed beer.



Yes, before you ask, we tried them all.
21 Sep
3:38pm, 21 Sep 2020
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Wriggling Snake
I will make a note of that for when the SWCP takes us there......
21 Sep
6:35pm, 21 Sep 2020
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Minimag
Just spotted this thread, close to my heart!
Does anyone else make their own? I brew using a BIAB method and store in cornelius kegs which would have CAMRA members spluttering into their jugs, but I think I come close to some of the better micro-brewery efforts, and certainly better than most commercial. I prefer light Summer type ales, and make a mean Summer Lightning and also Proper Job clones. Although lately I have been leaning towards the American West Coast IPA's

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