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The drinking thread.

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101The drinking thread. - Page 6 Empty Re: The drinking thread. Sat Oct 05 2019, 16:44

karlypants

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Just having a Crabbie's alcoholic ginger beer.

It's very refreshing but not enough ginger in it for me like the Old Jamaica pop.

102The drinking thread. - Page 6 Empty Re: The drinking thread. Sat Oct 05 2019, 17:11

boltonbonce

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karlypants wrote:Just having a Crabbie's alcoholic ginger beer.

It's very refreshing but not enough ginger in it for me like the Old Jamaica pop.
Ginger beer needs to hurt your throat. In the old day's when Corona came round on Saturday night, dad used to get two big brown jugs full.
Our throats tickled for a good half hour after supping a glass.
Then Alpine came along and undercut Corona.
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103The drinking thread. - Page 6 Empty Re: The drinking thread. Sat Oct 05 2019, 19:39

Norpig

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Just having a very nice IPA from the Wildcard brewery  :drinks:

104The drinking thread. - Page 6 Empty Re: The drinking thread. Sat Oct 05 2019, 20:01

karlypants

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Norpig wrote:Just having a very nice IPA from the Wildcard brewery  :drinks:

I do enjoy IPA and other real ales. Far better than the usual lager shite from Carlesberg, Fosters and Carling.

I used to drink the Greene King IPA until they stopped serving that in the pub I frequent and then went on to Doombar.

Lidl had some bottled real ales in not so long back and I tried the J. W. Lees Manchester Pale Ale and that was a lovely beer that's worth trying.

105The drinking thread. - Page 6 Empty Re: The drinking thread. Sat Oct 05 2019, 20:02

karlypants

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boltonbonce wrote:
karlypants wrote:Just having a Crabbie's alcoholic ginger beer.

It's very refreshing but not enough ginger in it for me like the Old Jamaica pop.
Ginger beer needs to hurt your throat. In the old day's when Corona came round on Saturday night, dad used to get two big brown jugs full.
Our throats tickled for a good half hour after supping a glass.
Then Alpine came along and undercut Corona.
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I was going to say that if it didn't give me heart burn after drinking it then it wasn't good enough. Very Happy

106The drinking thread. - Page 6 Empty Re: The drinking thread. Sat Oct 05 2019, 21:58

boltonbonce

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Would that truck have enough buttons KP? Very Happy

107The drinking thread. - Page 6 Empty Re: The drinking thread. Tue Oct 15 2019, 01:19

wanderlust

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Brought a couple of bottles of Metaxa 7 star back from my cheeky week in Kos. It's by no means my favourite nightcap and yet somehow I always get into it when I go to Greece so it's more of a tradition than anything else. My liver seems to have a soft spot for it.

108The drinking thread. - Page 6 Empty Re: The drinking thread. Fri Feb 11 2022, 19:24

karlypants

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Popped in Lidl last week and saw a palette full of 18 packs of Corona. The bottles lager that is and not the virus so bought a box.

What a big mistake that was! InBev have now started brewing this stuff under license in the UK and it makes Carlsberg taste far superior.

It tastes like piss so one to avoid!

109The drinking thread. - Page 6 Empty Re: The drinking thread. Fri Feb 11 2022, 19:41

BoltonTillIDie

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I’m on Blue Moon (Belgium White beer)



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110The drinking thread. - Page 6 Empty Re: The drinking thread. Fri Feb 11 2022, 19:41

boltonbonce

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karlypants wrote:Popped in Lidl last week and saw a palette full of 18 packs of Corona. The bottles lager that is and not the virus so bought a box.

What a big mistake that was! InBev have now started brewing this stuff under license in the UK and it makes Carlsberg taste far superior.

It tastes like piss so one to avoid!
I'm sticking to Famous Grouse tonight. If nothing else, I'll sleep well.

111The drinking thread. - Page 6 Empty Re: The drinking thread. Fri Feb 11 2022, 20:19

karlypants

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I’m currently on them Lidl Argus Brasserie 250ml stubby French lagers. They only cost £3.59 for 10 and are quite refreshing.

Once those have gone I’m hitting the French brandy. Smile

112The drinking thread. - Page 6 Empty Re: The drinking thread. Fri Feb 11 2022, 20:27

boltonbonce

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Went off the beer a bit during lockdown. Had a stash of scotch, and a few bottles of Taylors port, and that kept me going nicely.
Thought I might start overdoing it stuck inside for so long, but I remained strangely sensible. For me.

113The drinking thread. - Page 6 Empty Re: The drinking thread. Fri Feb 11 2022, 20:30

karlypants

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BoltonTillIDie wrote:I’m on Blue Moon (Belgium White beer)

Do you mean that American one where they put a segment of orange in?

114The drinking thread. - Page 6 Empty Re: The drinking thread. Fri Feb 11 2022, 20:48

BoltonTillIDie

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karlypants wrote:
BoltonTillIDie wrote:I’m on Blue Moon (Belgium White beer)

Do you mean that American one where they put a segment of orange in?

Yes, that’s the one

115The drinking thread. - Page 6 Empty Re: The drinking thread. Fri Feb 11 2022, 20:57

karlypants

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BoltonTillIDie wrote:
karlypants wrote:
BoltonTillIDie wrote:I’m on Blue Moon (Belgium White beer)

Do you mean that American one where they put a segment of orange in?

Yes, that’s the one
Had two pints of it a few years back when coast to coast was at Middlebrook after watching the Wanderers. Came to £9.90 nearly shit a brick Very Happy

116The drinking thread. - Page 6 Empty Re: The drinking thread. Fri Feb 11 2022, 21:11

BoltonTillIDie

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Yeah it’s was about £5.50 for a pint in the pub when I first tried it, got a pack of 4 small cans for about the same price from Asda Smile also having some Elvis Juice

117The drinking thread. - Page 6 Empty Re: The drinking thread. Fri Feb 11 2022, 23:10

karlypants

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Is the Elvis Juice Made by Brewdog?

I’ve had their Lost Lager which wasn’t bad but they only seem to sell the beers in kid size cans.

118The drinking thread. - Page 6 Empty Re: The drinking thread. Sat Feb 12 2022, 00:00

BoltonTillIDie

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Yes brewdog, and yes kid size too Very Happy

119The drinking thread. - Page 6 Empty Re: The drinking thread. Sat Feb 12 2022, 01:45

wanderlust

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This last couple of years I've definitely switched my allegiance to pally alley. Local has Ghost Ship - my regular pint these days - but I do keep cans of assorted Pale Ales - including Brewdogs range in my beer fridge. I think it stems from visiting Vietnam. The rest of South East Asia only seems to sell crappy lager, but Vietnam has fantastic IPAs all over the country - a legacy of American soldiers that stayed behind after the war. Enjoyed a couple of cracking nights out in Hanoi visiting bars that had a wide choice of micro brewery pale ales - brilliant.
Occasionally have a Leffe blonde if I fancy that malty fizz, but nowadays it's IPA all the way for me.

120The drinking thread. - Page 6 Empty Re: The drinking thread. Sat Feb 12 2022, 08:51

okocha

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Whisky Mac......In these times of rocketing energy prices, great for warming the whole body and lulling the mind into a gentle haze followed by a sound night's sleep.


Ginger is used to relieve digestive problems such as nausea, loss of appetite, motion sickness and pain. It can reduce inflammation and has even been cited as having aphrodisiac properties. 

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