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Old 05-13-2009, 02:30 PM   #11
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York is pretty good for a pub crawl. Just... York. It's built of pubs! Proper cask ale as well, no/very few kegs in most of the pubs I frequent. In fact, I've been making a crawl planner: it's like a wall planner but with pubs marked on it, and there are plenty of good routes, especially near the south bank.

Fifth Ave. Brewing:
Primaries - 5g: Empty; 5l: Empty
Secondaries: Empty
Barrel 1: Empty
Barrel 2: Empty
Barrel 3: Riggwelter Clone - Conditioning
Barrel 4: Empty
Barrel 5: Empty
Barrel 6: Leaky
Bottled: None
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Old 05-13-2009, 03:15 PM   #12
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Oh yeah??

We're tentatively planning another UK visit this summer, so do tell!

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