Ales on the way in the Swan, Teynham

Well here’s the line up (or should that be square up), all of these beauties are waiting in the cellar for someone to quaff them

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First up are two from the Milestone Brewery from Nottingham.

Maid Marian 4.3%

a light golden refreshing ale, would be really good sat in the beer garden on a summers evening when you’ve got a bit of a thirst on.

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Sherwood Pale Ale 3.9%

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Back to Kent and two from the re-vamped Tonbridge Brewery

Coppernob 3.8%

A dry fruity tasting ale made from Golding and Challenger hops.

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Alsace Gold 4%

A single hopped golden ale made from a new variety of hop grown only in the Alsace region. has a light bitterness with a caramel maltiness.

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The Old Dairy Brewery 

 

Snow Top Winter Warmer 6%

contains Challenger, Goldings  and Bramling Cross hops,

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Of to sunny East Sussex now, Brighton in fact and the Brighton Bier Co.

English Garden Golden Ale 3.8%

A golden session ale.

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Up to the ‘Smoke’ next and a couple of London brewers,

The Hackney Brewery 

American Pale Ale 4.5% amber coloured with a malty base

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The Wild Card Brewery

 

Jack of Clubs 4.5%

made with Williamette, Centennial, Mount Hood hops, a ruby coloured ale, has a  malty sweetness giving way to a  hoppy flavour .

Looking forward to this one, hope its as good as the pump clip looks

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The rest are a selection of Wadsworth Ales, see this earlier post here for what they are, with an addition

Old Timer 5.8%

Copper brown in colour with a strong malty aroma and a full bodied, intense flavour.

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Cheers! Mick

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About Mick Gall

Hello, my name is Mick Gall and I hail from Teynham in sunny Kent. I love gardening and ale so I thought I'd try this blogging m'larky. One blog is about all the great ales,ciders,pubs and brewers we have in Kent and Sussex the other is about gardening and wildlife, plus some folklore thrown in.
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