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Just had a couple of ales from Wadworth brewery. Very nice indeed.

What are you lot drinking?

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Had a few good nights on old timer, always found it a winter beer on draught round here, didn't know it was bottled especially as the brewery is 10 miles from me 🤔

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Just been and bought a load of Old Golden Hen and Old Crafty Hen

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Leeds pale was always my favourite on tap, moving to Lincolnshire I haven’t had it for a while. Don’t judge but I am partial to a Stella Artois.

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I'll be taking a wee dram of this at my Mum in laws funeral in her honour

 

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But if you called at my house you would be offered, Yorkshire tea, strong g machine coffee or my favourite tipple

 

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I've opened a bottle of the Laphroaig this evening-I see what they mean on the label as the 'peat reek'. little bit too much for me.

Had a some Jura Journey last week and that was very nice.

anyway,its open so it will have to persevered with.

f.

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10 hours ago, Fuddster said:

I've opened a bottle of the Laphroaig this evening-I see what they mean on the label as the 'peat reek'. little bit too much for me.

Had a some Jura Journey last week and that was very nice.

anyway,its open so it will have to persevered with.

f.

If you don't like it, I'll happily drink it for you to save you the trouble.

I love the smokey peaty smell and taste, but it's not for everyone.

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17 minutes ago, Centrepin said:

If you don't like it, I'll happily drink it for you to save you the trouble.

I love the smokey peaty smell and taste, but it's not for everyone.

A very kind gesture-I picked it on offer at Sainbury's for £22 yesterday.

the more you spend -the more you save!

f.

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I’ve got a bottle of this waiting in the uk for me on my return. Excellent reviews and made in Devon and owned by  UK Veterans  

 

not the cheapest but can’t wait to try 

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8 hours ago, Fuddster said:

A very kind gesture-I picked it on offer at Sainbury's for £22 yesterday.

the more you spend -the more you save!

f.

£22 is a give away price 😁

1 hour ago, chilly1981 said:

I’ve got a bottle of this waiting in the uk for me on my return. Excellent reviews and made in Devon and owned by  UK Veterans  

 

not the cheapest but can’t wait to try 

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Interesting, "Gunfire maybe"

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Gunfire, how to get drunk quickly with the Queens blessing!:lol:

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1 hour ago, Centrepin said:

Interesting, "Gunfire maybe"

I think could work well with the spices in it reckon be very spiced chai type flavour 

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On 10/06/2020 at 20:45, JTaylor91 said:

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Leeds pale was always my favourite on tap, moving to Lincolnshire I haven’t had it for a while. Don’t judge but I am partial to a Stella Artois.

Nice pint that one, I am in Leeds reasonably often with work (in normal circumstances) and one of the pubs near the station serves it.  There's another that does proper Tetleys on handpull, which couldnt be more different to the rubbish canned version.

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its like Budweiser....over here it is like mouthwash...............get it served up in a frozen piture in Florida and it is like pure cream nectare...

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I'm afraid that single malts are lost on me. Have to have ginger ale with blended whisky. Heathen perhaps, but it's down to personal taste I suppose.

Adnams Broadside on draught does it for me.

Also, when available the odd pint of Late Red from our local brewery Shepherd Neame draught brewed in the autumn. Lovely.

OB

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22 hours ago, chilly1981 said:

I’ve got a bottle of this waiting in the uk for me on my return. Excellent reviews and made in Devon and owned by  UK Veterans  

 

not the cheapest but can’t wait to try 

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A special tot.....

You a navy man then?

Finished work early, dismantled and felled a dead willow..... a tidy job jobbed before the rain set in. 

Home now with a couple of Wadworths finest...... 

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2 hours ago, moor man said:

A special tot.....

You a navy man then?

ex RM mate but always happy for a free drink on the queen 

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On 10/06/2020 at 22:13, Fuddster said:

I've opened a bottle of the Laphroaig this evening-I see what they mean on the label as the 'peat reek'. little bit too much for me.

Had a some Jura Journey last week and that was very nice.

anyway,its open so it will have to persevered with.

f.

A late night whisky after other imbibing.

 

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