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Old 20-09-2019, 09:44 PM   #391
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I'd have been on it too, but I've to pick her up from the train. It should have been in by now.

However, someone has been struck on the train line between Dundee and Arbroath stopping all trains. Hopefully The person is ok, but it doesn't sound good.
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Old 29-09-2019, 09:47 AM   #392
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Last night I was on Brewdog summer selection:
Punked IPA
Lost lager
East coast crush
Clockwork tangerine
Quench quake ( a sour beer, quite interesting)
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Old 29-09-2019, 11:55 AM   #393
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Last night I was on Brewdog summer selection:
Punked IPA
Lost lager
East coast crush
Clockwork tangerine
Quench quake ( a sour beer, quite interesting)
If you like Quench Quake you'll find things like London Beer Factory Sour Solstice and Thornbridge Florida Weisse in Tesco. They are far better than Brewdog's Quench Quake.

Brewdog do make very good sour beers under their Overworks branding. Real sour beers are expensive. Kettle sour beer is much cheaper and easier to make.
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Old 29-09-2019, 07:31 PM   #394
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Cheers Kerr. As the pack was a 10 pack I have the same selection again tonight to ease me back onto night shift tomorrow by making me sleep tonight.
I'll give them all a second chance as I'm not sure I'd buy any again. Oh well more research to do!
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Old 26-10-2019, 08:44 PM   #396
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Loads of cherries. I'm counting this as one of my 5 a day.



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Old 26-10-2019, 09:07 PM   #397
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Ghost Dance, a chinook pale ale apparently, from Aldi. Not too bad to be honest.
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Just back from the pub where we had dinner and I had three pints of criffel, the local brew from the Sulwath Brewery. Lovely stuff.


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Addicted to this in winter, such a smooth strong pint, gives you that warm fuzzy feeling - but a hangover is guaranteed

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A bit of a thread revival.

Well yet again, work has gotten in the way of alot of the festive frivolities. I've had to make do with just the odd drink from time to time.

Knowing that I like a few different drinks here and there, I was left an assortment of pale ales and the like. The only one I thought twice about was the Yeastie Boys. I managed to force them down but I wouldn't go out of my way to buy them again. The rest have been lovely!

So, a belated Happy New Year













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