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Lillywhite
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Oct 14, 2016, 7:45 AM

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AFC Rushden & Diamonds continue to serve Hart Family Brewers real ale which is usually 'Hart No 1' and a range of their bottled conditioned beers in Dales Bar at the Dog & Duck ground in Wellingborough for all their home league matches. This arrangement commenced in 2012 with the newly formed brewery and the beer is brewed within a mile of the ground at Wellingborough's sole brewery.

http://www.afcdiamonds.com/commercial2015#HART


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KnowYourMarket
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Oct 14, 2016, 7:53 AM

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Melton Town - there was Batemans XB and Batemans Gold on in the Sports Village bar.



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oxpete
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Oct 24, 2016, 6:14 PM

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In the clubhouse at Long Buckby on Saturday, they had three real ales on tap, plus were selling bottles of a Long Buckby AFC ale called 'Buckby Bitter' made by the Dow Bridge Brewery of Catthorpe in Leicestershire.





willesden
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Nov 2, 2016, 8:58 AM

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Hendon had a barrel of Portobello Westway Pale Ale for the FA Cup game against AFCR&D and will have two polypins (one amber, one pale) from the Portobello Brewery for the game on 5-11-16 against Havant & Waterlooville.


oxpete
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Nov 19, 2016, 6:45 PM

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This afternoon at Stanford-In-The-Vale FC of the North Berks League, they were serving behind the bar Saxon Ale from The Three Castles Brewery of Pewsey, Wiltshire. A decent drop it was, too, and only £2.50 a pint.





Karb
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Nov 25, 2016, 12:22 AM

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I don't know if it's a regular thing, but at Racing Club Warwick on Tuesday night, I had a cracking pint of Harry's Heifer from the local Church Farm brewery. Only£2.50 a pint too



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Loiner
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Dec 12, 2016, 12:03 AM

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AFC Fylde had four hand pumps in use on Saturday. Two with ales from Bowland Brewery and the other two with Moorhouses Pendle brews


oxpete
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Feb 5, 2017, 8:12 AM

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Two real ales on draught in the clubhouse yesterday at New Bradwell St.Peter FC of the Spartan South Midlands League, in the shape of Brains SA (from Cardiff) and Eagle IPA (a bit more local, from up the road in Bedford).





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oxpete
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Oct 22, 2017, 3:36 AM

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They had the local Loose Cannon Brewery's 'Gunners Gold' in the bar at Abingdon United FC on Saturday. Priced at a bargain £2.50 a pint!





doktorb berske
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Oct 23, 2017, 10:21 AM

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Prescot Cables had local ale on tap and bottles last time I was there.



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Trevor P
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Oct 30, 2017, 2:13 PM

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Just to confirm that Prescot Cables had two cask beers from local brewery Melwood Ales available on Saturday (28.10.17) when I was there


leohoenig
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Oct 30, 2017, 5:23 PM

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FC Lorient had two ales from the Lancelot Brewery in Le Roc Saint André.
This is the first time I have ever seen anything other than lager on sale on the French League
Perhaps it is twinning - L. Orient also sell real beers!



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oxpete
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Dec 1, 2017, 8:35 PM

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At the Butts Stadium to see Coventry United FC on Tuesday night, they had a couple of handpumps for the ales of Purity Brewing of Alcester, Warickshire. Unfortunately, they had no ales on (though truth be told, I'd already had my fill at the nearby Broomfield Tavern and the Gatehouse).

It was only later on that I thought maybe these ales are only on for the much bigger attendances they get for the rugby matches, rather than simply running out that night, but I forgot to ask. Anyone know whether these ales are usually served at a CUFC match?





intheshire
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Dec 2, 2017, 9:20 AM

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At the Butts Stadium to see Coventry United FC on Tuesday night, they had a couple of handpumps for the ales of Purity Brewing of Alcester, Warickshire. Unfortunately, they had no ales on (though truth be told, I'd already had my fill at the nearby Broomfield Tavern and the Gatehouse).

It was only later on that I thought maybe these ales are only on for the much bigger attendances they get for the rugby matches, rather than simply running out that night, but I forgot to ask. Anyone know whether these ales are usually served at a CUFC match?


I had a pint of Pure Ubu by Purity at the Cov Utd v Tipton Vase game in September.



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oxpete
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Sep 2, 2018, 7:23 PM

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On my Bank Holiday Monday visit to Whitehawk FC, they had a couple of barrels on the bar of ale called BN1 Hoppy and BN2 Best. From what I can gather, these are Sussex brewed beers for a locally based supplier called C.o.D. Beers.





oftenscore6
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Sep 4, 2018, 12:38 AM

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Was thinking about looking for this thread myself:

Lepton Highlanders (West Riding County Amateur) have 2 changing beers on, Copper dragon Golden Pippin and Black Sheep best Bitter last night.

Bashley only had Doom Bar in bottles last Saturday, handpump not in use these days it seems

FC United have 2 or sometimes 3 cask ales on, one by Ninety-Ninety Brewing under the terrace (the brewer is there to serve you / discuss it!) at the end of the bar. In the main bar at the top of the seating stand there's a cask beer on each end of the bar, Holts and a FC special beer, the brewery for which has switched between local brewers but is currently made Holts.


To update this, we (FC United) now have 6 handpumps at games, 4 in a dedicated cask ale bar under the Main Stand and 2 in the main bar, 1 of which may be on beloow aswell. Most of the time these are either Holts or Bootleg (owned by Holts), with a beerfest once a year, 2 of them house beers for us. Unfortunately for us, Brewdog poached the 90/90 brewer.

Others I've encounterd:
Bury Town have a Gk beer onb (Festival Ale) on a visit last month.
Hyde United have a handpump, occasionally used
East Riding County FA had Great Newsome Sleck Dust on for the Senior Cup final
Exmouth Town had Tribute on last season
Newton Abbot Spurs had Sharps Atlantic
Boston United have a few on in their clubhouse (accessible to most away fans) - I had 8 Sail Fenman on my visit
Staveley MW have Black Sheep Bitter
Ebbsflkeet United have a couple - I had the less than local St Austell Trelawny
Shepton Mallet - Doom Bar
Hengrove Athletic - Butcombe Bitter
Odd Down - Doom Bar
Radstock Town -Tribute
Welton Rovers - Wadworth 6X and Doom Bar
Congleton Town - Mobberley Brewhouse Road Runner
Charnock Richard - Wainwright



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bd
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Sep 4, 2018, 10:30 AM

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We have Arkells "Hurricane" beer on top at Supermarine.
Brewery is less than 2 miles away from the ground.


BillShep
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Sep 6, 2018, 1:47 PM

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I was at Glossop North End on Tuesday and had a nice pint of Longdendale Lights by Howard Town Brewery.



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