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Post by Greg » 6 months ago

ransos wrote:
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Brewdog's beers tasted better before they became successful.
You know I was thinking similar but then thought, 'nah, cant be'.

Punk IPA is still quaffable.
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Post by ransos » 6 months ago

Greg wrote:
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You know I was thinking similar but then thought, 'nah, cant be'.

Punk IPA is still quaffable.
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Post by Greg » 6 months ago

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ASJT...
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Post by LowlifeDes » 6 months ago

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That reminds me, I had one of these at the weekend. It went down the sink as it tasted like acid reflux....

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I bought two of those months ago. I still have one to open. For some reason it never comes to the top of the pile.
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Post by LowlifeDes » 6 months ago

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More coffee than beer
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Post by The Real Ravenhurst » 6 months ago

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More coffee than beer
Love that stuff!
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Post by LowlifeDes » 6 months ago

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Love that stuff!
Gypsy Hill are, in my experience thus far, a good example of the pushing boundaries thing. I haven't had anything from them that was half hearted. People like us, for instance, is absolutely stuffed with berries.
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Post by LowlifeDes » 6 months ago

UnBarred soft touch, a soft gently bitter New England IPA.
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Soft gently bitter my arse. It is on a par with Sierra Nevada Torpedo, which is good as I like that.
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Post by Rocky » 6 months ago

I've just received a box of 20 from Black Sheep.....I love this
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Post by LowlifeDes » 5 months ago

Anyone not had enough of Brexit yet?
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Post by Rocky » 5 months ago

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Anyone not had enough of Brexit yet?IMG-20190225-WA0003.jpeg
I'd be happy with a lot more of that type of Brexit, even at that price.
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Post by LowlifeDes » 5 months ago

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I'd be happy with a lot more of that type of Brexit, even at that price.
I left it where it was and bought these instead
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I wonder what pizza pairings would work best.
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Post by Joan » 5 months ago

LowlifeDes wrote:
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I left it where it was and bought these instead
Looks like you've got your 5 a day covered 😁
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