Ale Review – Pale Ale from Black Rock Brewing

  For the last almost 100 years Falmouth has been lacking a brewery. Yes, there are some great breweries nearby, but Falmouth deserves its own. The good people at Black Rock Brewing have stepped up to the plate, or should that be pint? Putting the actual drink to a side for a moment, I love the Black Rock brand and how it reflects their hometown. Black Rock is a cluster of rocks hidden beneath the surface at the entrance of…

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Clothes for Rainy Weather

  With the Met Office dishing out weather warnings across the United Kingdom left right and center, it’s time you got your dapper hands on some appropriate clothing. A good quality umbrella, stylish wellies and a hardy hooded coat are a must for this time of year. Remember people, it’s only the very start of October and winter is coming.  

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Top 5 Horror Movies of the 80’s – Ready For Halloween

  Some people may disagree with me but I don’t really think the 80’s were a great decade for horror movies. There were a lot of slasher sequels and it just wasn’t as inventive as some of the other decades. Saying that, there are still quite a few to choose from, here are my top 5: The Fly The is a fantastic David Cronenberg film featuring amazing special effects and Jeff Goldblums best ever performance. It tells of the story…

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Tackle Review – Black Minnow by Fiiish

  This is Fiiish’s Black Minnow. I really like the 12g, it swims really nicely and you can easily work it over shallow ground, which makes them ace for bass. They’re a French soft plastic lure but are now getting very popular over here. The Black Minnow is made up of three sections. 1. Weighted head with big eye which is sure to attracted predatory fish. 2. Soft plastic body which gives it a great swimming motion. 3. Weedless style…

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5 Degrees West – Beer and Cider Festival

  I spent Saturday afternoon down at 5 Degrees West in Falmouth, it’s normally one of the better pubs in the Town for a good pint, but this weekend, it was definitely the best.  There were over 25 beers and 20 ciders on offer and it was fantastic. A good beer festival is brilliant for several reasons: You get to try lots of new beers you probably wouldn’t already. A room is filled with people who drink too much beer,…

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