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    Some more songs from juke boxes from the same...

    Some more songs from juke boxes from the same era:

    I used to go in the long-closed Shakespeare in Lancaster in the early 1980s. With two or three friends we used to play pool and put some records...
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    Haven't heard Transmission for more than 30...

    Haven't heard Transmission for more than 30 years! I'd forgotten how good the performance was from all four.
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    I remember him! Didn't get a good look at him,...

    I remember him! Didn't get a good look at him, but I'm sure I'd know him again. Weirdo!
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    Yes, I've heard of it but apparently the guy who...

    Yes, I've heard of it but apparently the guy who wrote it put a T where it should have mutated to a D! (It was later corrected to a D.)
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    Here's a clue:...

    Here's a clue: http://forums.pubsgalore.co.uk/showthread.php?17173-Sheffield
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    Thanks for prompting me to improve my general...

    Thanks for prompting me to improve my general knowledge! Did a bit of Googling, not so that I could answer the questions, but to see if it would spark any interest. Without Google I was able to have...
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    This is off-topic I know, but I came across a...

    This is off-topic I know, but I came across a curved bench in this pub the other week (sorry, no photos).
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    Just kidding! See you next time. Was that...

    Just kidding!

    See you next time. Was that last orders?
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    BOTTLED Doom Bar? I think on the whole I would...

    BOTTLED Doom Bar? I think on the whole I would rather slit my throat.
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    That's because it's like a fruit juice or a...

    That's because it's like a fruit juice or a smoothy! The texture of the drink hides the alcohol.
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    "Traditionalists love beer that’s crystal clear,...

    "Traditionalists love beer that’s crystal clear, with restrained hops, and a delicate flavour. They’re going to hate this… Love & Hate is our juicily crushable, unapologetically murky, New-England...
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    Maybe it's because of drinking the Jaipur first?...

    Maybe it's because of drinking the Jaipur first? (See Mick's response about my disappointing first try at the Black Sheep Imperial Russian. #29)
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    I think you've got that one right!

    I think you've got that one right!
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    Tonight at the Sheffield Hatter's Inn

    ...and followed by a bottle of Fullers 1845 6.3%. Bottle conditioned, with the earthy maltiness balanced with a hint of Seville orange marmalade.
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    Yes, hazelnuts are tricky. There was one that...

    Yes, hazelnuts are tricky. There was one that Neepsend did a couple of years ago - I came across it when I was scoping the pubs in NuL for our pub crawl there. It was very subtle, with the nutty...
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    Ah, I was wondering what had kept you. 7.5...

    Ah, I was wondering what had kept you.



    7.5 out of 20? :evilgrin:
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    I know some of you guys swear by, or at least are...

    I know some of you guys swear by, or at least are prepared to try, BrewDog beers. I've tried, but can't get on their wavelength. I once had a sip of Punk IPA, when a server poured it having misheard...
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    Last night at the Sheffield Hatter's Inn

    ...and followed up with Abbeydale Crossing the Threshold a 6.7% dessert stout, which I had been asssured (by the guy at the Dram Shop) had just the right amount of coconut in it. I commented that a...
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    Insane, more like.

    Insane, more like.
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    It's good to be able to laugh about something....

    It's good to be able to laugh about something. I'd forgotten...
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    I don't remember reading either of those threads...

    I don't remember reading either of those threads before. Very strange.

    So, "Mobyduck is just really nice", huh? It's OK, Mick - plenty of others are "really nice" too.



    I'd still rather be...
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    Isn't an aura an energy field, or at least the...

    Isn't an aura an energy field, or at least the idea that you can perceive one? Cutting down on washing would result in a pong, not an aura. Nice try, though.
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    Thanks for the advice. I went for another Black...

    Thanks for the advice. I went for another Black Sheep Imperial Russian 8.5% tonight, but this time I kicked off with a pint of Harvey's Sussex Best Bitter 4%, after which the Russian came through at...
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    I must admit it's something that gets my goat!...

    I must admit it's something that gets my goat! :eek: I would only ever do it if mine was the only review and if the reason for updating the review (and the rating) was more to do with a change in my...
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    Last night at the Sheffield Hatter's Inn

    Three interesting bottles last night: another one from Art Brew: described as a Ginger & Chilli IPA 6%, there wasn't much of an IPA about it, and it wasn't in very good coindition. Better was the...
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