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What are you drinking tonight?

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

  1. I draw the line at heineken im afraid and carling:confused:
     
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  3. Notch7

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    Last night I had a Leffe ruby.

    It's been on the shelf for about 3 years.

    It tasted a bit weird, can't decide if it's gone off or just not very nice.
     
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    Got some in Aldi, but Asda do it too.
     
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  5. :LOL:coincidence, just been looking at asda for home delivery. none in stock.
    so got staropramen. good stuff!
     
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    I'm not a drinker but I have had 2 bottles of Moretti tonight.

    Very nice and smooth.

    Andy
     
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    Can't go wrong with Czech beer. (y)
     
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    I have had quite a few bottles of Hoegaarden tonight, it does slide down rather too easily. Good job I don't have to get up early. Mind you, it could have been worse if I was still on the Leffe, I'd be gone till Thursday.
     
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    Couple of bottles of home brew stout, was just perfect for washing down my blackberry pudding.
     
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  11. thats just showing off
     
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    Hoegaarden one of my favs, discovered it when in Bruge
     
  13. Not a fan of wheat beers.
     
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    for a DIY forum, home made beer and home made puddings should be par for the course

    actually it called DIYnot - may be it isn't a DIY forum? so whats the forum for ? not doing it yourself - very confused now.

    they do vary, generally I don't care for them but done a "Preachers Hefe Wheat" home brew - absolutely lovely, a sort of wonderfully smooth larger feel to it.
     
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    San Miguel sold in the UK is all brewed under licence by Bulmers. I used to buy the big brown 1 litre bottles of Spanish made San Mig up till about 15 years ago when they disappeared. The Bulmers Ersatz version is boggin. My local offy occasionally gets in tins of the Spanish made stuff but it's rarer and rarer.
     
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    DAB lager (Dortmund Actien Brauerei). Lovely. Only a couple as I'm having an Ollie Reed session on Friday.
     
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  17. Perhaps you could try the original San Miguel, which comes from the Philippines, viz San Miguel isn't Spanish in origin.
     
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