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Match score 21-7 Squads for Bradford matches on Friday are: Away (at Oakenshaw Park): R Armitage, D Crowther, T Emerson, PR Green, F Griffin, E Haigh, M McCluskey, B Nicholl, V Smith, R Tipple.
The pub boasts three real ales with Tillerman's Tipple, 3.
And it says too many pubs sell beers from around the world but offer no local alternative, even though locally-brewed tipples reduce unnecessary beer miles and the impact on the environment.
That Oaks win at The Curragh in July fully justified his belief that Vintage Tipple was more than capable of competing at the highest level and, relaxing over a cup of coffee on Tuesday morning, he speaks freely about the filly who brought him his first Classic success.
Beer is still Britain's favourite tipple, with total sales of pounds 16billion last year.
She will report to Brian Tipple, Chief Executive Officer.
The Titanic tipple is the creation of the newly-formed Belfast Distillery Company and comes after the last whiskey distillery in Belfast closed 75 years ago.
Yet that's about to change as black lager becomes the fastest-growing tipple in Britain, with sales soaring 42pc in a year.
Marsh United's M Tipple and J Best won the Olive Parr pairs final
Tasked with creating 'The Ivy House' cocktail, shortlisted candidates were up against the clock to try and create the ultimate tipple.
Victory for Vintage Tipple in the Irish Oaks at The Curragh was a first Classic winner for the 84-year-old County Kilkenny-based trainer, who has been plying his trade for more than 50 years.
The tipple was produced in 1890 by The Welsh Whisky Distillery at Frongoch, near Bala, which operated for only 11 years between 1889 and 1900.