Please remember that we will be closed next Tuesday 25th and Wednesday 26th June, as well as Sunday and Monday. This is to have important work done to our 'cellar'. We will have some excellent beers on when we re-open on Thursday 27th June.
This means that we will be running the stillage down this weekend so, in a nutshell, everything must go!
Today we open with the ever popular Dainty Blonde from Privateer and a deliciously fruity Crusader from Medieval Brewery. There is a small amount of Elis, a dark mild from Welbeck Abbey, Swan Black IPA from Bowness Bay and a very small amount of Fuzzy Duck Ruby Duck.
Next up will be Ulverston Royal Reserve and the two Roses Heron Porter. On standby is the Fell Brewery Progressive Pale.
We still have Old Rosie and Gwynt y Ddraig's Happy Daze.
Next week also sees Mrs B and I celebrating a significant anniversary, so I thought today's showing of a popular beat combo should have some relevance. Mrs B was born in Wythenshawe, a leafy bourgeois suburb of Manchester bordering on Cheshire. It's not really but eh! As a consequence we were wed in St Anthony's Church in Woodhouse Park, Wythenshawe.
So it seems appropriate that today I offer you Wythenshawe's very own super group, Slaughter & The Dogs :