Cheers @FatPhil for the stats.
Someone probably moved a brewery
I"m aiming for the Top 50 in the ext 5 years.
Hopefully I pick up enough on the Isle of Wight next week to get a few points.
Joint 160th, happy with that! Increasing my Shropshire rates my likely only hope of climbing the table, don’t think I’m close to any other Top 50 lists. Well done to all you high fliers, and keep it up
@reidyboy: Get yourself on the train to Wellington and visit Rowton’s pubs (Pheasant or the Wrekin). That’ll help you, of course you could also stay in Shrewsbury and pop into The Albion Vaults to drink St Annes stuff. Stonehouse Brewery Visitor Centre is worth the effort if you can find a driver https://www.ratebeer.com/p/stonehouse-brewery-visitor-centre-and-bar/79491/.
A weekend in Oakham would get you onto the Rutland leader board, just by visiting the Grainstore Brewery https://www.ratebeer.com/p/grainstore-brewery-oakham/21085/.
So that score is calculated based on how many regions where a user is the 1st/2nd/3rd highest rater?
It’s based on where you are in the Top 50. So 1 point for 50th and so on.
OK, thanks for the explanation!
With GBBF this week I might be able to climb the list ever so slightly. Only attending one day so won’t make any meaningful change (if any at all).
Yes, but I notice that @fatphil hasn’t done Wales yet …
Hasn’t done all the new regions…slacker
Lots of fiber behind those stats.
We need JoeT to give him premium
I believe he has, which is why the stats are up to day. I may be wrong though?
It’s expiring in twelve days.
My trip to IoW means I have now scraped into =49th place.
Interesting stuff with Scotland’s regions where I appear 5 times placing 46th. (Scotland is my best performing country I worked out the other day)
It would be good to see Wales as I would appear 4 times