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    In Search of Ebriety Millay's Avatar
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    Salopian Requiem at the Mermaid fest in St Albans. I normally associate Salopian with light golden beers but this one is as dark as Newgate's Knocker. Very nice
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    Nothing at all. If I was I would probably spill it down my keyboard whilst trying to type. Then I would be unable to tell people what I was drinking!

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    Water. I must confess that a heavy week followed by a heavy weekend have rather got the better of me
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    Back to tea, I am with OB at the sobriety end of the tent
    I drink to make others more interesting

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    Just been drinking West Berks Swift Pale Ale followed by Mr Chubbs Lunchtime Bitter followed by Wadsworths 6x but have to work tomorrow so thats it for today.
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    Just finished a pint of Dark Stars Victorian Ruby Mild, 6% time to go home
    "Everybody's got to believe in something. I believe I'll have another beer."
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    MANNS Brown Ale - 89p/500ml from Stan's supermarket.

    It may be weak, gassy, not real, and "badge brewed" in about it's 13th different location (currently Wolverhampton), but it is still a classic of it's style. It still has that flavour that takes me back to my youth, -- years ago!

    PS- I won't be binge drinking it and putting the pubs out of business, this is just a little extra
    Last edited by AlanH; 09-06-2012 at 10:36.

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    Off to the pub soon, the choice they have tweeted is

    Durham White Gold,
    Allendale Golden Plover
    Riverhead Elderflower
    Acorn Old Moor Porter
    Grafton Ferris Wheel
    Batemans Hopbine Bitter

    we'll see how accurate that was later

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlanH View Post
    MANNS Brown Ale -

    It may be weak, gassy, not real, and "badge brewed" in about it's 13th different location (currently Wolverhampton), but it is still a classic of it's style. It still has that flavour that takes me back to my youth, -- years ago!
    Oh that takes me back as well, Mann's brown ale, I never knew it was still around, I will have to keep the eyes open next time in supermarket, just for nostalgia sake
    I drink to make others more interesting

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    Quote Originally Posted by Farway View Post
    Oh that takes me back as well, Mann's brown ale, I never knew it was still around, I will have to keep the eyes open next time in supermarket, just for nostalgia sake
    Just like MA AMITE!!

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