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The following back issues of Pint Taken can be downloaded in PDF
Wyre Forest branch
Covering the North West of the county including Kidderminster, Bewdley, Stourport and Abberley
Redditch & Bromsgrove Branch
Covering the North East of the county and East Warwickshire including Redditch, Bromsgrove, Droitwich, Ombersley, Studley, Chaddesley Corbett and Inkberrow
Covering the South of the county including Worcester, Pershore, Malvern, Tenbury Wells and Flyford Flavell
Covering the extreme South East of the county including Evesham
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The aim being to present a newsletter that is less disjointed.
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Paragraph breaks should be a new line with a single space on subsequent lines. These will be converted to a tab later.
Single spaces should be used in all cases, e.g. between words and after punctuation. Multiple spaces badly affect layout.
Capitals should be used for names but not for beer styles as follows:
Cameronís Best Bitter is great bitter
Use CAMRA not Camra or camra.
Use the following format for money, time and date: £1.24, 8pm, 8.30pm, Saturday 21st September
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A common error is the use of the singular form for words such as brewery or company. Eg: