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Thursday, August 21, 2008

To Stamford Bridge today: the Yorkshire town not the football ground. Passed through after swapping my car for a more fuel-efficient and environmentally-friendly model which only costs £35 in road tax each year.
The river Derwent was well up, as is the Ouse in the centre of York. Hoped to get in for some pictures but didn't manage it.
There's an excellent WHISKY SHOP here, and in the continuing search for geographically related ales, bought a nice Organic ale called Ben Nevis, and a couple of beers from the ORKNEY BREWERY, including one called NORTHERN LIGHT.Also purchased a rather splendid bottle of Arran whisky aged in a cognac cask..
More on that later too....

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At 7:44 PM, Blogger Kenny O'Donnell said...

Hi Alan, have you tried Fyne Ales?
http://www.fyneales.com/

 
At 7:51 PM, Blogger GeoBlogs said...

No, but if you're buying.... ;)

I like the look of the Avalanche ale - very geographical !

 

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