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    Quote Originally Posted by Delboy20 View Post
    I have stated before that I am not a fan of sour beers ... I'm still not !!
    Yup. Many pubs have been serving sour beer for generations without it catching on, like strawberry Aero and hedgehog-flavour crisps.

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    Siren Origin Story, a 10% Imperial Stout , it's so very good.
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    Just started a mini-keg of Rudgate Jorvic, after finishing Day 3 of my Roosters Advent Calendar ( Roots Rock Reggae)
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    I'd forgotten about a bottle of McEwan's Champion 7.3% that I picked up from the Co-op in a 4-for-£7.75 deal back in September. Somehow it had ended up in the wrong cupboard, along with a Guinness West Indies Porter 6.0% , and came to light the other day during a tidy. So I'm having the Champion now (I made the mistake of giving the first bottle away to my daughter) and I may have the Guinness tomorrow. I had the first bottle of the Guinness Porter four weeks ago, and thought it was pretty good; the Champion is superb, so I may have to get some more of these and make sure I remember where I put them this time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sheffield hatter View Post
    [B]the Champion is superb, so I may have to get some more of these
    4 for £6 at Morrisons or currently £1.49 at Tesco, price matched with Aldi, apparently...

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    Quote Originally Posted by trainman View Post
    4 for £6 at Morrisons or currently £1.49 at Tesco, price matched with Aldi, apparently...
    Thanks, Jim. I think my local Aldis are too small to carry this one, but I'll check Morrisons or Tesco.
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    Been dodging this one since before Christmas...
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    Flaked oats, lactose, cinnamon, allspice, nutmeg... ye gods (to NOT quote Will), just give me the water, hops, malted barley and yeast!
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    Quote Originally Posted by rpadam View Post
    Been dodging this one since before Christmas...
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    Flaked oats, lactose, cinnamon, allspice, nutmeg... ye gods (to quote Will), just give me the water, hops, malted barley and yeast!
    I think I'm more of a "good grief!" man, but if you've identified a source for "ye gods" I'll concede.

    That beer looks pretty foul. A Christmas present from someone you've upset really badly?
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    Quote Originally Posted by sheffield hatter View Post
    I think I'm more of a "good grief!" man, but if you've identified a source for "ye gods" I'll concede.
    Perhaps that's 'fake news', so I'll credit you with "good grief!" instead...

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    Quote Originally Posted by trainman View Post
    4 for £6 at Morrisons or currently £1.49 at Tesco, price matched with Aldi, apparently...
    Picked up a couple at our Tesco today @ £1.49.

    Not sure I've had it before in bottle. Still 7.3% @ £1.49, what's not to like.
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