Good news, nice to see you again if you make it Jezza
Nice one Reuban, it’s always good fun and the beer selection at Cotteridge is worth the trip alone.
I’m a little bit intimidated at the idea of having to bring a proper mostly unrated beer. Would have been easier when I lived in Cambridge… But we shall see what I can come up with
That was my concern when I went 2 years ago. Went with a combination of Mikkeller webshop and limited edition Surrey swill.
I was the same the first year too, But everyone made me welcome. This year I will look for something while on holiday in Cornwall.
Just bring some Leicestershire stuff … always a welcome county rate for me … perhaps that mob from out Melton way who did the collabfest beer?
I just bring whatever I can find in Calais. it’s no big thing. raters gotta rate. good news is you have 6 months to find a couple of new beers.
@jjsint, just look at this years spreadsheet (or 2018’s etc, etc), not everything is rare and exciting.
PS. No idea where you’ll find those old spreadsheets.
Round Corner? They are very nice indeed.
Coincidentally I have just read that Yeastie Boys’ core beers are now all brewed at West Berks, with specials contracted to Round Corner.
Just come along. It’s a fantastic afternoon. Just bring along some decent beer. Doesn’t have to be
A mega whale!
It helps if you like kebab on a pizza mind!
I won’t update the spreadsheet yet but thanks to @Erzengel I have a few 750ml bottles that no-one should have ticked.
Just added another beer to the spreadsheet, a little something I picked up at a 7/11 store and will be flying it home with me for all you lucky people.
I’ve added one.
I have now added one.
Added my third and final beer today.
right, it’s in my calendar, I’ll try not to plan a brew this time
Start thinking about the beers you’re bringing and looking at train times, starting a bit earlier this year (12:00 ish), so don’t be late.
Also: how about us all taking a snack to share rather than ordering a gallon of Pizza’s? A large bag of crisps, or whatever, even a couple of pork pies.