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A Bass revival?
In what will be seen by many as something of a strange move,
global brewer, AB InBev are to reintroduce Bass Pale Ale into the UK on-trade market this December. The global giant claim that this will “reignite” the premium ale sector, but from what I can see...
A Bass revival?
A Bass revival?
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It's not what you do, it's the way that you do it
There are two distinct threads to this post, but both lead
towards the same end, as both are concerned with the aim of being able to drink
and enjoy more beer, without feeling the consequences the following day. By
consequences, I mean headaches, nausea, ti...
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The Primrose has wilted
The Primrose is an attractive weather-boarded pub which
is around five minutes walk from my house. Although it is situated on a busy
thoroughfare leading into the centre of Tonbridge , the Primrose has its own
car-park, as well as a patio area at the rear f...
The Primrose has wilted
The Primrose has wilted
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Haysden Country Park
I’m very fortunate living where I do in a thriving
provincial town in the Garden of England ,
surrounded by some beautiful and, at times, spectacular country side. My
adopted home town of Tonbridge might have its detractors, but it has plenty going for it, ...
Haysden Country Park
Haysden Country Park
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Red Lion re-visited
So finally we come to the legendary establishment that is
the Red Lion at Snargate; a pub whose fame and reputation has spread far beyond
the quaint corner of south-east Kent which is Romney Marsh. I have written two previous posts about the pub, the most
r...
Red Lion re-visited
Red Lion re-visited
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Last stop - Coldred
Sorry to disappoint those who were eagerly awaiting my write
up of the Red Lion at Snargate , but I’m short of time at the moment; a
combination of too much work and not enough play. But on the premise of make
hay whilst the sun shines, I’ll take the extra ...
Last stop - Coldred
Last stop - Coldred
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Romney Marsh - the bit in the middle
Last Saturday’s ride out, by vintage coach, to the flatlands of Romney Marsh and beyond was excellent. The sun shone all day, the four pubs we
visited were all good, in their own right, and the company I shared the journey
with was first class. The trip was...
Romney Marsh - the bit in the middle
Romney Marsh - the bit in the middle
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All aboard for Romney Marsh
I'm banking on this weekend being rather more relaxing than the last one. That saw me joining around 700,000 of my fellow citizens on a march through central London , in support of a People’s Vote on any final Brexit deal. The event ended up at Parliament S...
All aboard for Romney Marsh
All aboard for Romney Marsh
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Seeking solace in Salzburg
Following the rather lengthy, but quite necessary scene-setting of my last post, it’s straight off to the charming Austrian city of Salzburg for a quick round-up of what Mozart’s birthplace has to offer the beer-loving tourist. My flight to Salzburg departe...
Seeking solace in Salzburg
Seeking solace in Salzburg
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Moonlighting and contemplating a visit to Salzburg
Whilst having one of my regular sort-outs I found an old
article I’d written, lying around at home. It’s about the lovely Austrian city of Salzburg; birthplace of   Mozart and the setting for
a musical about how a singing nun became involved with a family o...
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