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Old 06-21-2007, 04:36 PM   #1
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I'm over on business for the week (first time) and ambled into the corner pub next to my hotel hoping for a nice hand-pulled pint. Oh boy they did not disappoint I think the CAMRA folks must be doing a good job, it was a whole different kind of ale. Now I have to go back and reassess how I judge my own, and at the very least stop serving it so cold!

To the brewers of Fullers London Pride and Bombardier, my hat's off t'ya

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I've had Fuller's Porter on tap and I really liked it.

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I am drooling at work, again.

...and it is only 0854hrs.

Bugger.

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Between Westminster Abbey and Trafalgar Sq there are a bunch of pub's on one side of the street. I hit everyone of them...

Not far from T Sq is the Sherlock Holmes Pub off the main drag.

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Get to the train station.
Get train to Scotland

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