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Discussion in 'British Isles' started by CwrwAmByth, Apr 13, 2012.
You know the drill.
Crack. Pour. Imbibe. Oh yeah!
Enjoying a Matilda by Goose Island.........any of you still up?
I'm still up! Matilda - I've got one of those but haven't tried it yet..... Currently enjoying Naked Ladies.....wait, I mean the beer from Alvinne
Fyne Ales Jarl, Sierra Nevada Ruthless Rye IPA, and Mikkeller Texas Ranger. Good night had.
I may have one more.......they are going down very nice...
Out at lunchtime for pints and a meal-where we go depends on the weather.Utterly spoilt for choice when it comes to picking good pubs. Trip over one every mile or two in the country.ALL our local pubs serve cask beer.
I'm flying over, pick me up at Heathrow term. B,,,,,,,,I'll go with you for lunch......
Got some reduced to clear Weltenberger Anno 1050 and Kelham Island Night Rider today. Thought i'd splash out and treat myself to an Einstok Icelandic White Ale too. Not bad all in all for under a fiver for the lot.
Just got back from Mallorca. Will be consuming a Weyerbacher Double Simcoe with a Chicken Tandoori soon. Mmm.
that was one of the picks i was going to get you from philly, so good to know not to!
the wife is out tonight, so have a few brews in to see me through. Starting with a White Shield...
Lucky coincidence I guess. Thanks for the top of the range thinking though.
Actually kicked things off with an Odell IPA which is always a good move. Once the spice is fanned down its be the Double Simcoe by nine.
finally had a march of the penguins. is good, but no 'midnight sun'
Kicked things off with a Dos Equis amber. I don't always drink beer, but when I do....oh wait, who am I kidding?
it's you! the most interesting man on the world!
Too right! Though I've now moved on to a Brewer's Droop (Marston Moor) - hope it's effects aren't too pronounced.
The night is marching on and I still haven't touched that Double Simcoe...
i'm balls-deep in an american double ipa from Tesco
Sounds painful - those bottles are rather narrow.....
Sainsbury's Basics Bitter is actually very good if you factor in the low abv and low price into it. Very quaffable lol. Makes a good ginger beer shandy too.
Currently on Magic Rock's Human Cannonball - hoppy stuff, but not as good as it could be.
My carpet smells of that beer!
Had an afternoon at the Sussex Arms, Twickenham Green before the Quins game. On cask I had Rother Valley - Choclolate Porter (average), Batemans - Lincolnshire bitter (boring!), Hopdaemon - Dominator (malty and hoppy - really enjoyed this!), Oakleaf - IPA (this had a decent hop profile and I'd go for again) and Thornbridge - Brother Rabbit (good hoppy Thornbridge fayre!).
Pint of Dark Star - Golden Gate in the 'spoons after the match and a half of Westerham - Audit Ale (a tad alcoholy at 6.2%)
Up the local for Sunday lunch later, landlord told me he was getting some Dark Star products in when I was there earlier in the week.
Bottle of Brains Dark (mild) with my student budget roast dinner that costs under £3 per serving and thats roast NZ lamb, yorkshire puddings, gravy, peas, sweetcorn, green beans, carrots and potatos!
Pudding_S - greedy bastard - if you stuck with the plural you may be able to afford a bonus beer once every 3 months
and to sign the weekend off ...
2 pints of W&E Guardsman down the local with my Sunday lunch
Taking in the FA cup semi with Bear Republic - Racer IPA, Mikkeller 'Kopi' IPA and just cracking open a Laughing Dog - Dogfather (imperial Stout). Cheese time!
Puddings? I'm lost here mate
I'm finally going to crack open that Double Simcoe in the next hour or two. Its gotta be done.
Do it! Do it! Do it......
I'm currently on a Lion Lager - pretty standard macro, but not overly offensive.
Got an Erdinger dunkel and a Mikkeller something or other coming up...
I'm loathe to join in, for sure it's fairly pointless.
But here goes.
Two pints of Buxton Kinder Downfalll (cask) at Five Lamps, Derby.
Four pints of Magic Rock Cannonball (keg) at General Havelock, Ilkeston.
Two bottles of a surprisingly good Sauvignon Blanc.
Now about to play fast and loose with a bottle of Talisker.
I'm doing it, and I'm doing it right now. Impressive looking thing with loads of development. Not sure if I'm blown away by the taste but I'm still pretty impressed overall.
Any reason for the slowdown Scoops?
It's the weekend. Time to chill ;-)
Yorkshire PuddingS - more than 1 !!!
Save on food, drink more beer !!!
They only come in packs of 12!!
Onwards and upwards!
I'm now on a Mikkeller/Grassroots collab called Wheat is the new Hops. A sort of wheat IPA fermented with Brett. It's actually rather nice, with a clean hoppy citrus flavour and an acidic twang in the background.
That's no excuse for eating them all in one go.....