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    Quote Originally Posted by RogerB View Post
    it was more like Dishwater of the Week.
    dishwater/ditchwater... I'm getting a strong sense of Déjà vu here

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    Quote Originally Posted by Conrad View Post
    At least in your case it was in a glass, we had to watch it on the pitch!
    I assume any mentions of 0-6 will be immediaqtely be deleted.

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    Had a couple of pints of Wold Top Voluptuous Vicky last night.

    She's well out in front, at least she is on the pump clip.
    A pub is for life not just for Christmas

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    Quote Originally Posted by RogerB View Post
    I assume any mentions of 0-6 will be immediaqtely be deleted.
    I think I can be a big enough man to let it by.

    Our keeper certainly was .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Conrad View Post
    I think I can be a big enough man to let it by.Our keeper certainly was .
    I think I'd have reached for a bottle of scotch and my Nick Cave albums, after that result.
    'And where he supped the past lived still. And where he sipped the glass brimmed full' John Barleycorn, Carol Ann Duffy.

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    I was seriously tempted to leave at half time, then they scored again in the first minute of the second half and I got a sense of humour and settled back to see how much worse it could get. I bet the club wishes it had chosen a different week to give out free programs, the crowd had far too much ammunition.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Millay View Post
    As it is Australia Day today I am going to nominate my BotW so far as Fosters. If I find anything with a little more taste before the end of the week I may of course change this nomination
    I have, unsurprisingly, changed my mind, but as this week also included Burns Night my BotW is going to be Caledonian Auld Acquaintance. A nice dark coloured beer with that hint of sweet caramel that most Cally beers have.

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    Mine will have to be Twaites Lancaster Bomber this week , not bad .
    To be honest i was planning a night in Oakengates , the Crown , Station , Alexandria and Compases have about 25 real ales between them , but i ended up in Trench drinking keg mild (Bankss only £1 60 a pint , thats my excuse) watching an ok band and plenty of eye candy

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    I think mine for this week is going to have to be the Badger Golden Champion, they have been doing it at the local Somerfield and it goes quite nicely with my evening meal.

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    In a quiet week, and having expunged all memory of Wed nt from my mind, I'll have to go for Bishops Farewell from the outstanding Oakham brewery - sampled until it ran out last night in the Moon on the Mall (yes Hoppy, tm in a spoons, on a Saturday!), a little dear for jdw at £2.40, but they took a few vouchers off us...

    Also of note was Castle Rock's Harvest Pale - the bottled version is 4.3%, as opposed to 3.8% on draught. I look forward to a few more from their stable after a brewery tour & 'champions' fest (CanalHouse) next week.
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