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Ron Pattinson
Amiable obsessive, with an unhealthy interest in decoction mashing, beer bottle stoppers, Scottish beer and all things Barclay Perkins.
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Ron Pattinson 6h
Another week gone label
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Ron Pattinson Jul 28
A Dutch edition of my book coming out. Doubt I'll see any money from it.
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Ron Pattinson Jul 27
A the weekend is almost in sight label
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Ron Pattinson Jul 27
Listening to the rain. More soothing than the news.
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Ron Pattinson Jul 26
Another week is disappearing label
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Ron Pattinson Jul 26
Looking forward to their revival of Drybrough Keg Light.
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Ron Pattinson Jul 26
Learning a lot about regional variations in Mild in the 1950's. Be boring you with it on the blog soon.
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Ron Pattinson Jul 25
Funnily enough, I was recently sent some Magees recipes.
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Ron Pattinson Jul 24
A new week begins label
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Ron Pattinson Jul 24
What's the worst that could happen? That sounds like a challenge to me Respnses to any possible ststement.
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Ron Pattinson Jul 24
That sounds like a challenge to me.
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Ron Pattinson Jul 24
When craft still had meaning.
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Ron Pattinson Jul 24
You're sitting the right side of the square, I see.
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Ron Pattinson Jul 24
Summer sale of my Mega-Books still on
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Ron Pattinson Jul 24
A no roast today label
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Ron Pattinson Jul 24
Am I missing something here?
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Ron Pattinson Jul 23
I can easily be persuaded.
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Ron Pattinson Jul 23
They stopped quickly. But after 1866 it sugar was in all Whitbreads Porters and Stouts.
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Ron Pattinson Jul 23
Pretty sure it was 1847. Got a Whitbread Porter from Aug 23rd that year that includes sugar. 1/2
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Ron Pattinson Jul 23
No, after 1847. You had to pay tax on it, but it was allowed.
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