Discussion in 'CycleChat Cafe' started by Chuffy, 4 May 2008.
Funny you should say that - a suitable excuse is approaching!
Just having a German beer while I melt thr dog.
If I had a quid every time 'the' came out as 'thr' I'd have the same amount of money as I have now because I'd be the only one who would pay for that and even I'm not keen. Does that make sense?
I just thought it was your accent...
Three Sods Mon Chéri. A pleasant IPA down the Dog and Bell.
Yum. I've got a couple more of those in the fridge.
This is amazing! Evil Twin X Cloudwater, Pet Nat Slushie
Stupid name for a delicious beer; it's a brut, sour, IPA style beer with champagne and all manner of things going on
Hot and sweaty in Brisbane so a cold beer is tip top
Local brewery, Green Beacon. Passion fruit, Orange, Guava milkshake IPA. Proper cloudy, tart. Decent
A cheeky Mephisto IPA from Monster in between the day shift and the evening shift at work. Not bad.
Strangely enough I also had one last night. Delicious and, yes, it certainly keeps the taste buds fascinated.
I also tried out a Siren Strawberry Praline American Stout which they launched on Monday. It has a running undercurrent of hazelnut, kind of doing the job of lactose in a more substantial way with only the lightest tang of strawberry. As I shared the first one, I'm having the second all to myself!
A new micropub has opened nearby, and as we were passing it seemed rude not to call in for a couple.
First up was Back Yard Brew's The Shed Head, all the way from Sweden apparently:
It's an American Pale Ale, although as you can see it's a bit darker than you might expect. And very good it was too.
I then had a Jorvik Premium Blonde from Rudgate Brewery at Tockwith, which was blonde and very hoppy.
Mrs ND was happy that they had "proper" lager, which you can just see skulking at the side of the pic...
I had some more. I'm drinking keg, can for show
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