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That sounds like a great holiday Ivandh. I mean to get to see the sights of Europe and also do some beer-tasting as well, can't do much better than that.
Sometimes I wonder if Brewery workers tend to be happy on the job. For example in the city of Edinburgh we find the John Crabbie & Co. Brewery. I mean with a name like that can the staff there be happy or not lol. Btw I bought a bottle of their Original Alcoholic Ginger Beer recently, not bad at all.
Did it make you crabby cabby?
EUR 0.99 to EUR 1.30 if bottled.
Rasputun is beer! Black! Pilsners (coors, budweiser, etc) are imposters. Lite means watered down. Save some money! If you like Miller lite (or any lite beer) simply buy regular miller and then add water.
--- AlCzevik: No I tend to get quite happy after a glass or two ( or three ) of Beer. Being Ginger Beer it had a nice interesting flavour.
Another imported brew that I have bought recently is Erdinger Weissbrau, a wheat based beer ( different but not bad ).
At this time we need to chat about marmalade ( yes in a thread about beer lol ). I've mentioned the Innis & Gunn Brewery of Scotland before and now they have brought out a marmalade named " Marm & Ale ". They are going to produce this new product on a very limited scale at first and it will only be sold in Scotland for now. I hope that someone over there gets a chance to try this marmalade and give us a report, could be interesting.
It has come to my attention that some people will mix " Stuff " in with their Beer ( shocking but true ! ). For example some folks add about 50 % tomato juice in with their Beer. When I first heard this I thought that it was a bit odd however I've started adding ginger-ale to a Beer as well. Recently I tried some Fuller's London Porter ( yup from the UK ) and I found that I needed to add a bit of extra flavour to this brew ( well nobody is perfect ).
i had never thought of adding anything to beer, and i wouldn't know where to start.
I can get a (750) bottle of Leffe Brune for usually around 36.45 Krone.
drop a shooter of any of your favourite spirit eg volka, whiskey, cointreau etc. into your pint of beer, preferably draught.
"Material Odds Challenge! with IM Aman Hambleton"
I don't want to win that way..
by chamaria17e a few minutes ago
5/30/2016 - Tarjan - Karpov, 1976
by Leoneeds 2 minutes ago
My current playing set-up. Whats yours?
by jjrehp 4 minutes ago
We need more amateurs to post their annotated games.
by Nanobot16 5 minutes ago
I dont understand this King Indian variation
by SaintGermain32105 5 minutes ago
Should I learn the Dutch or Czech Benoni?
by SilentKnighte5 9 minutes ago
So then d4 is the strongest opening move
by cubensis13 11 minutes ago
Official Staunton's Piatigorsky Set--A Great Reproduction of an Historic Set
by Eyechess 18 minutes ago
Sicilian - Gran prix attack
by erik42085 23 minutes ago
If you could see ONE new feature in v3, what would it be?
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