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FOOD: BREWVIEW; DIRTY TACKLE.

Byline: BRIANGLOVER

FACING the Old Enemy at Twickenhamtoday, there'll bemore than the usual stray elbows and studded boots flying in.

In fact, judging by the graphic pump clip for Wychwood Brewery's Six Nations beer, Dirty Tackle (4%) from Oxfordshire, the men in red shirts can expect plenty of illegal hands on the ball.

So if you want to grab your own fistful of flavour, tackle a pint in the pubs around the ground of this chestnut-coloured, hoppy ale.

Head brewer Jeremy Moss claims it is "a grand slamof crystal and wheat malts with Challenger and Northdown hops".

One drop and even lager drinkers could be converted. Should be gripping stuff all round.
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Title Annotation:Features
Publication:Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales)
Date:Feb 2, 2008
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