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What are you drinking tonight?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Mottie, 11 Sep 2020.

  1. noseall

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    Love lamb chops and a sharp red wine to wash away all that lamb fat running down my mush.
     
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  3. sparkymarka

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    Try this from Aldi .... D82A50F9-5D5C-4789-93C1-A4B676564486.jpeg
     
  4. Ihavenojob

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    Depends if it's brewed in UK or Belgium. Spoons still sell Stella as it is brewed in the UK .He stopped selling eu beers, and people were puzzled why he still sold Stella, as well as San Miguel (vile stuff).
     
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  5. been roughcasting all day , I need beer.
    budweiser.
     
  6. Brigadier

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    Rather you than me.
     
  7. why?
     
  8. Budweiser is like making love in a boat on the shores of a lake.
     
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    It's like my brother trying to recommend a restaurant to me.
    The same brother who thinks exotic food is stuff with salt and pepper sprinkled on it.
    Who thinks the pinnacle of culinary achievement is pork chop and mashed potato.
    Who thinks curry is "muck" and "roadkill".

    Like all lagers, Bud is served cold, precisely because it is so feggin' awful otherwise.
     
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  11. it wasn’t a recommendation.
     
  12. sparkymarka

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    My favourites...Guinness ....asahi ...estrella....
     
  13. securespark

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    As I don't drink, I have tried shed-loads of AF beers. Some of them are actually very nice!

    You'd be pleasantly surprised!
     
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    Give us ideas.
    I don't mind alcohol free on a school night and to be honest, how many teas can you drink???
     
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    Coopers Sparkling Ale from Adelaide, used to sell it in my local supermarket, bottle fermented beautiful beer
     
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    Remember going on trips to The States and only beer on offer was Bud or Coors. After drinking this for several weeks I really pitied Americans. Thankfully they're starting to get better beer and microbrews are popular. The Coors was only marginally better than Bud, but the stuff was so weak. I'm sure it's weaker than here, and it was like they still had prohibition but just hadn't told anyone. Used to drink approx 5 or 6 bottles of this stuff as it was hot and drive home no problems. Was very little affect from it.
     
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  17. securespark

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    Sure!

    Adnams Ghost Ship 0% (they also do a boozy one) is not bad.

    If you like a dark, malty drink, St Peter's Without is good.

    Pistonhead Flat Tire is good if you like hoppy beers.

    What do you drink that is AF?
     
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