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Bug Logging Day

13/10/2019 Leave a comment

The Spoons Autumn Real Ale Festival is roughly at the same time as major software houses upgrade time. That’s why the #SaturdayWrap (live from The Queens Hotel – Newport) is upside down. So that’s why it’s Bug Logging Time. It was a double chips day and I got grassy in The Pen & Wig. Rained.

Christmas Started Here

12/10/2019 Leave a comment

Oktoberfest 2019 is over for me. Gloucester again next year? 3 days off and the countdown to Christmas started. MacOS Catalina, I holding off. Overcast fixes iOS 13 bugs. Spoons Autumn Beer Fest and the rain doesn’t stop #SaturdayWrap

Could be upside down (again)

Stillage Fest

10/10/2019 Leave a comment

A sign of old age no doubt but it was just Caerphilly on the last day of my leave. It was also the first day of the Wetherspoon’s Autumn Real Ale Festival. The Malcolm Uphill has all 40 Ales and six on Stillage. Good times.

Tropic-Ale 2019

25/08/2019 1 comment

23 August 2019

The late Summer Bank Holiday Weekend

At The Otley Arms – Treforest

Lolffest7 – 03 August 2019

11/08/2019 Leave a comment

There is something about Lolffest or in this case Lolffest7. It’s a roughly quarterly beer festival at Bragdy Twt Lol, on the Treforest Industrial Estate in South Wales. Bragdy is Welsh for Brewery so if you are an English speaker, so of the spellings may look unusual.

A Costa Capp and Bacon Roll to start

Then of course my local Spoons, The excellent Malcolm Uphill in Caerphilly. Got to do a bit of prep of Lolffest doesn’t start until 12:00

And yes I’m early

It’s only about a 20 minute bus ride to The Treforest Industrial Estate. Get off at The Pottery. Go down the road between The Pottery and The QED Centre, cross the bridge and it’s 200m on the left hand side.

There is a sign too

Take a photo of the nut they said. I had no idea it was Aluminium.

Mostly to keep the flies out

Getting there early gets you the pick of the seats, or in this case casks. Of course I ended up in the corner.

The fridge magnets are bottle openers too. Two Quid to you Guvnor. Pretty Fly For A Magpie was the pick of the Fine Ales. The oversize glass is a winner too.

Hoppy, fruity and refreshing.

It did however rain on the way home. The Great British Summer of course.


Full Spoons Fest Saturday

31/03/2019 Leave a comment

It was all Real Ale

 

 

Apart from the Cider

#mb03 – Day 02

02/02/2019 Leave a comment

A snowy start to the day

 

 

And Beerex was great

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