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    CMCCMC
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    Looks like the brewery in trouble. Will it actually reopen?

    Historic North Yorkshire brewery admits ‘We are having great difficulty’

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    SideriteSiderite
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    Hasn’t it already reopened?

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    NorthumbironNorthumbiron
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    Interesting article on Sam Smith’s Brewery in The Times last weekend:

    The beer baron recluse and the trouble brewing for Sam Smith pubs https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/the-beer-baron-recluse-and-the-trouble-brewing-for-sam-smith-pubs-g8qnxnhhx

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    dandaherron@yahoo.co.ukJust Iron
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    I was always amazed, pre-Covid and even later, how little they charged for a pint of my favourite ..Dark Mild. Wondered how on earth it could be profitable. I was a bit surprised by how much it had gone up in more recent days ..but seemed more realistic. I hope the Brewery survives ..along with the Berkeley and the Emmotts Arms at Rawdon near me ..and I won’t lose my couple of pints of Dark Mild.

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    Some would claim that if mild was £1.50 a pint it would be overpriced by £2, I couldn’t possibly comment.

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    Deereyme66Deereyme66
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    Thus spoke Ena Sharples

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    Thus spoke Ena Sharples

    More like Minnie Caldwell, who also happened to be a Hullensian. :-)

    #278016
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    Martha Longhurst died in The Snug at the Rovers back in 1964 but it was Milk Stout that did for her not Newton and Ridley’s excellent mild.

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    Deereyme66Deereyme66
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    Indeed, but hardly a difference between milk stout and dark mild IMO.

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    Didn’t Minnie enjoy a port and lemon occasionally?

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