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by Keith | Apr 8, 2021
The Cascade Club is the best way to get your Sierra Nevada fix in the UK.
by Keith | Apr 1, 2021
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by Keith | Feb 27, 2021
With the news that social limits are likely to lift on 21st June - all going well, I started investigating some beery summer social fun.
by Keith | Dec 2, 2020
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by Keith | Nov 6, 2019
The Reigate Beer Walk. No, it’s not a pub crawl - the ‘walk’ involves a (thankfully) short walking history tour between beer tastings!
by Keith | Jul 3, 2019
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by Keith | Aug 19, 2020
With lockdown easing, I investigate the four Old Oxted pubs and give each a visit in turn.
by Keith | Mar 26, 2020
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by Keith | Dec 7, 2022 | Beer
There was sad news this week as Hop Stop’s Oxted beer shop closed its doors. But, like a beer-fuelled phoenix, they return from the flames with a new service.
by Keith | Jul 19, 2022 | Beer, Travel
Feels like a while since we’ve explored a new place due to COVID and the toddler, so a visit to the Cotswolds came at the perfect time this spring.
by Keith | Jul 18, 2022 | Beer
After Improssibrew present their beers on Dragon’s Den, I decided to try it for myself to see if this so-called ‘social blend’ worked.
by Keith | Jul 12, 2022 | Beer, Travel
Hook Norton is one of the oldest surviving family breweries and its Victorian tower brewery is famous as one of the last remaining in use.
by Keith | Sep 23, 2021 | Beer
I’d had more success with darker, maltier ales when brewing with the Pinter, so this time I try a red ale and bottle some for the first time.