Twenty-nine years on,
At least one more time.
Name: Aubert et Fils Brut
Review/notes: The Wedding Anniversary pub crawl was epic and started at 2 pm. We hit the the Wheatsheaf (normally closed in the afternoon) for a cider then the Steam Railway for a cider and a bitter then the Goddard Arms for I don’t remember what and the Kings and the Old Bank, with a double-back by the Pig on the Hill and the Royal Oak (quite bleak) before we dropped to Byron’s because the Regent was closed as we passed (and we stumbled right by the Hop Inn). Then, the Beehive interrupted the path to the Castle and the Crown before we wasted the evening (again) at the Donkey (after a great meal and a bottle of wine at the Thai Orchid). Close to midnight, we wandered home and hit the champagne just in time to watch Jules Holland count down (but we were listening to Joe Cocker on vinyl, as you do).
The ‘run’ was interrupted a dozen (plus) times as we tried (semi-successfully) to hit every open bar in Old Town and Eastcott this afternoon. We went back to the house once and had to double back for the Donkey after some dinner. Here is the cumulative route:
Happy New Year, Mofo’s!
[DT =Daily Tipple, explained in DT #000 here]