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 Post subject: What’s your go-to drink?
PostPosted: Sun Aug 25, 2019 6:40 pm 
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I love beer.... a little too much at times. Much to Lady Tiggington’s chagrin, I’m always fine in the morning, looking for my full English...

Now, I absolutely love beers from the Low Countries... Belgium, Netherlands, along with German biers... the tripels, Westmalle in particular are awesome and should not be imbibed in great quantities without medical supervision ...

.. but on a hot day in front of a BBQ, these rarely make the table and it’s the four-pack, three boxes for twenty quid beers that seem to engage the masses...

Budweiser.... this is NOT, the king of beers... a bland, beer, with no distinctive taste... similarly all American beers... Carling... sorry, England make the best ales.. not beers... then there’s Italian, Spanish, Mexican and Indian...

.. but my go to beer, isn’t probably the best beer in the world.... it is, the best beer in the world. If Denmark doesn’t produce anything else (other than HCA), then Carlsberg IS the best beer in the world...

The king is dead.... long live the king..

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 Post subject: Re: What’s your go-to drink?
PostPosted: Sun Aug 25, 2019 7:08 pm 
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G&T, not the modern sickly synthetic flavoured ones though :sickly:
Now gin has become trendy there are too many abominations that should never have seen the light of day, made for people who don't really like gin so try to disguise the flavour. Same with all the flavoured tonics.

My current favourites are from Exmoor, Latvia and New Zealand. The latter is my favourite but a tad expensive so only drunk when I feel like treating myself.


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 Post subject: Re: What’s your go-to drink?
PostPosted: Mon Aug 26, 2019 12:55 am 
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tiggy wrote:
I love beer.... a little too much at times. Much to Lady Tiggington’s chagrin, I’m always fine in the morning, looking for my full English...

Now, I absolutely love beers from the Low Countries... Belgium, Netherlands, along with German biers... the tripels, Westmalle in particular are awesome and should not be imbibed in great quantities without medical supervision ...

.. but on a hot day in front of a BBQ, these rarely make the table and it’s the four-pack, three boxes for twenty quid beers that seem to engage the masses...

Budweiser.... this is NOT, the king of beers... a bland, beer, with no distinctive taste... similarly all American beers... Carling... sorry, England make the best ales.. not beers... then there’s Italian, Spanish, Mexican and Indian...

.. but my go to beer, isn’t probably the best beer in the world.... it is, the best beer in the world. If Denmark doesn’t produce anything else (other than HCA), then Carlsberg IS the best beer in the world...

The king is dead.... long live the king..

Er! You know it's brewed in Northampton, don't you? Like it says on the tin.


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 Post subject: Re: What’s your go-to drink?
PostPosted: Mon Aug 26, 2019 1:48 pm 
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On a day like this it must be an ice-cold Lager, straight from the fridge.
Otherwise, an ice-filled gin and tonic with slice.
Later. when it's freezing and 'orrible weather I like a scotch and lemon with sugar cube and hot water. It's better than a hot bath.
Then again, rum and lime is very acceptable, as is a Vodka with anything.
I could go on but you will start thinking I am some sort of dipso.
Hic!


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 Post subject: Re: What’s your go-to drink?
PostPosted: Mon Aug 26, 2019 6:07 pm 
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Dont drink booze...so....lemonade with tons of ice bergs in it. yum.

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Tea and more tea, sod the temperature

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 Post subject: Re: What’s your go-to drink?
PostPosted: Mon Aug 26, 2019 6:56 pm 
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Dong wrote:
On a day like this it must be an ice-cold Lager, straight from the fridge.
Otherwise, an ice-filled gin and tonic with slice.
Later. when it's freezing and 'orrible weather I like a scotch and lemon with sugar cube and hot water. It's better than a hot bath.
Then again, rum and lime is very acceptable, as is a Vodka with anything.
I could go on but you will start thinking I am some sort of dipso.
Hic!

There are umpteen brands of lager out there... most taste different...

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 Post subject: Re: What’s your go-to drink?
PostPosted: Tue Aug 27, 2019 1:25 am 
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tiggy wrote:
Dong wrote:
On a day like this it must be an ice-cold Lager, straight from the fridge.
Otherwise, an ice-filled gin and tonic with slice.
Later. when it's freezing and 'orrible weather I like a scotch and lemon with sugar cube and hot water. It's better than a hot bath.
Then again, rum and lime is very acceptable, as is a Vodka with anything.
I could go on but you will start thinking I am some sort of dipso.
Hic!

There are umpteen brands of lager out there... most taste different...

Humph! I bet you can't tell one from the other!
They are all, when cold, much of a muchness.


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 Post subject: Re: What’s your go-to drink?
PostPosted: Tue Aug 27, 2019 3:39 pm 
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Dong wrote:
tiggy wrote:
Dong wrote:
On a day like this it must be an ice-cold Lager, straight from the fridge.
Otherwise, an ice-filled gin and tonic with slice.
Later. when it's freezing and 'orrible weather I like a scotch and lemon with sugar cube and hot water. It's better than a hot bath.
Then again, rum and lime is very acceptable, as is a Vodka with anything.
I could go on but you will start thinking I am some sort of dipso.
Hic!

There are umpteen brands of lager out there... most taste different...

Humph! I bet you can't tell one from the other!
They are all, when cold, much of a muchness.

Beer’s beer, eh?

I’d stick to Budweiser and Carling...

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 Post subject: Re: What’s your go-to drink?
PostPosted: Wed Aug 28, 2019 12:48 am 
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tiggy wrote:
Dong wrote:
tiggy wrote:
Dong wrote:
On a day like this it must be an ice-cold Lager, straight from the fridge.
Otherwise, an ice-filled gin and tonic with slice.
Later. when it's freezing and 'orrible weather I like a scotch and lemon with sugar cube and hot water. It's better than a hot bath.
Then again, rum and lime is very acceptable, as is a Vodka with anything.
I could go on but you will start thinking I am some sort of dipso.
Hic!

There are umpteen brands of lager out there... most taste different...

Humph! I bet you can't tell one from the other!
They are all, when cold, much of a muchness.

Beer’s beer, eh?

I’d stick to Budweiser and Carling...

For real pleasure though you need a pint of Adnams Broadsword, or Green Kings Abbotts ale......For men!


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