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I was just wondering if anyone could place a font for me? I need it for a font-face on a website.

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What font is used for "Good food compliments great beer" text?

Thanks in advance.

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It would help if it were a bit bigger. It's probably Georgia (with reduced tracking) since their current site still uses that in a few places. It probably not Baskerville because the centre point of M doesn't meet the baseline and the tail of the lowercase d is straight not curved.

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I'd vote up if I could but I'm to new, lol. George is a lot closer than I thought on first inspection Andrew. I might see if any other suggestions come in before I hit the tick :) – Ferdia O'Brien Apr 20 '12 at 12:15
No, it was Georgia. Tick to you sir. Thanks very much. – Ferdia O'Brien Apr 20 '12 at 14:00
I was also thinking of Baskerville, but although "g" seemed to have disjoint counter it didn't have high enough ear and "f" wasn't wide enough. So I though of tightly tracked Georgia as well. +1 – Robert Koritnik Apr 21 '12 at 13:11

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