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    Quote Originally Posted by Looper View Post
    $11 for 6


    That's cheap af

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    Nev, where did you get it an ave they got anymore ?

    i am drinkin 1/2 Sator 1/2 100 pipers & 1/2 sprite !

    Toxic but effective.

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    Moose is don't want to come across all Syb but can you fit a quart into a pint pot.

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    ^ What are you drinking that makes you produce such gibberish of an English sentence?

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    that strongbow nev.is made frome eating apples,the made with golden apples is the clue,golden delicious tooooooooooooooooooooo sweet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheRealKW View Post


    That's cheap af
    I cannae walk past a canny bargain like that Willy.

    And my bargain-beer radar-lock was deadly accurate in this case.

    Very tasty.

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    Quote Originally Posted by headhunter View Post
    that strongbow nev.is made frome eating apples,the made with golden apples is the clue,golden delicious tooooooooooooooooooooo sweet.
    I didn't find it too sweet, HH, but it was certainly very fruity, more like apple juice in flavour, much more than most ciders. I liked it though. Very refreshing. A few less bubbles in it and it would be wonderful. Thanks for the info on the apples. I didn't know that.
    Nev has style

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    Quote Originally Posted by NamPikToot View Post
    Moose is don't want to come across all Syb but can you fit a quart into a pint pot

    Don't mess with the Moose

    He'll come at you with a gun in each hand and a knife in the other

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    ^ Well at least you got it, Syb as usual missed it by a mile - its hilarious the way he talks up his intellect but constantly outfoxes himself




































    i think he's just not very bright

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    Its been years since i had a Saffa, Waitrose 25% off 6.....I'm borrowing Chitty's bonnet. The Green Lentils are readying themselves to marry 2 Kgs of pork shoulder and spinach with another VindaMadrasaLoo 10 months past its sell by date.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MarilynMonroe View Post
    ^OMG! My favorite beer on this planet. Well done! With a nice frosty mug at that.




    I'm drinking Exogenous Ketones (powder) with water.
    It's brewed spitting distance from Munich. As a weissbier, you should use a straight glass, rinsed to remove any dust, and not iced. That way when the yeast drops in a good head of foam will be produced.

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    An ok bottle of red

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neverna View Post
    I didn't find it too sweet, HH, but it was certainly very fruity, more like apple juice in flavour, much more than most ciders. I liked it though. Very refreshing. A few less bubbles in it and it would be wonderful. Thanks for the info on the apples. I didn't know that.
    They are the ciders that I like too, very refreshing with loads of taste, although I prefer less gas. Somersby cider is similar but I haven't seen it in Thailand.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Troy View Post
    They are the ciders that I like too, very refreshing with loads of taste, although I prefer less gas. Somersby cider is similar but I haven't seen it in Thailand.
    There are a couple of other ciders I've seen in Thailand with a similar character, Troy - Savanna cider (from South Africa) and Three Oaks Cider (from Australia). Both are nicer than Somersby, IMO.



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    Late lunch, the claret is quite good.

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    ^healthy looking brown bun there Toot. That earns you a burger and a bottle of red by way of reward.

    Got myself a 1kg jar of Malt Extract.

    It does a crackling job of livening up a timid ale.

    The John Boston has been languishing since a workmanlike debut but the Malt extract raises its score a couple of points.

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    James Squire 150 lashes is another solid but pedestrian ale and the magic Malt warms it up tad.

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    The malt aroma is pungent and the maltose is not as sweet as syrup so you can put more of it in.

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    Homemade Hibiscus/Rose Petal wine. It's so dark red it's almost black. I got all arty-farty and leaned a mobile phone with a torchlight on to the glass to highlight the dark redness of this four-week-old vintage.

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    Pues, aquí estamos.

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    ^ 2019?

    been getting through quite a bit of this stuff of late, you have to take care as i poured a glass and and its so peppery it makes your eye's water from the fizz. £2 for 750 Ml, nice but not sure about the diabetes quotient.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NamPikToot View Post
    2019?
    In the age of Covid does anybody really know what time it is?


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    hnz, that drink looks amazing. How did you make it?
    ^^Ginger beer, yum. The ginger beer in the UK, doesn't compare to our Root beer here in Canada. The UK version is much stronger.

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    ^ Root beer and ginger beer are very different flavours (unless your Canadian root beer is actually ginger beer).

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    ...I enjoyed a change from my usual weekend bakso: a generous pour of Absolute vodka over ice with a splash of tonic and a squeeze of fresh lime...then took a seat on the balcony to watch the monsoon...

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    I like tonic with gin, not vodka. For me vodka is either a martini or with dry ginger ale.

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    ...don't care for gin...reminds me of fast times in Hemel Hempstead...

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    Quote Originally Posted by tomcat View Post
    ...don't care for gin...
    fair enough, horses for courses and all that.

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