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Re: Glass, wine ,lamp


Turning water into beer would be much more useful, Baz's Bonce Blower (With Stilton), more or less any Brewdog beers, McEwans Champion, Leffe blond .....and loads more

Ahhhh..... So many beers and so little time emoticon

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Baz's bonce blower ?! emoticon emoticon ,love those real ale names, the ones that begin with "Old" are usually a good bet, Old Thumper, Old Nick, Old Peculiar, and the Archers Brewery had a run of risky names a while back, there was one eyed trouser snake , middle wicket, between the sheets, and several other similar dodgy ale names, dont know if they still do em. As a London lad originally, i'll stick with Fullers ands Youngs beers, emoticon


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quite a pleasing image Tim, experiments like this can lead to good abstracts in the future,
On the subject of beers, good northern beers like Robinson's and Boddingtons are not what they used to be, you had to queue around the block to get served and some of the pubs didn't even serve spirits such was the demand for good [sign in to see URL] days!
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Cheers Alan,
As much as I like a drop of Red these days, I still enjoy a real ale, but thankfully dont have to queue up for it emoticon


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