Discussion in 'CycleChat Cafe' started by yenrod, 29 Sep 2007.
Cinzano - he's soo dry with the quips ~ never fails to get a laugh [out of me anyhow].......
Shaken, not stirred?
he lives in north wales, so he'll be used to being dry on a sunday.
I'm strictly a Cockburn, man myself Yenners
What's your tipple, ya big fat Roadie, Cooking Sherry
Take care, Man
I don't think it's Cinzano.
It may be Gillians Buckfast he's on.
Sheeps blood, at body temperature.
Well he is a lawyer and anyone I've ever met in that profession has always bled me dry.
Greene King Abbot Ale - it contains all the nutrients a body needs.
And a 5% knock-out factor!
I used to love it, but the headaches did me in: I prefer its little brother, GK IPA, on trips back to England.
Sorry Dayvo - GK IPA is newt's pee
The GK IPA is sold as a non alcoholic drink in North Wales. The real men drink Red Eric, which I'm reliably informed (not being a real man ) is about 8.4%.
I agree that it's only slightly alcoholic, but the taste is sublime.
I prefer Bass, Hopleaf, Boddingtons, Spitfire, Youngs, Fuller's, any real ale, I suppose. But I've already had enough hangovers/puking my guts up ( to last another 47 years!
I'm a Greene King IPA fan. Indeed I can attest to its curative properties: a few years ago I had an unexplained tooth ache- it seemed to spread across my jaw in stabbing spasms, as if all the muscles in my jaw had cramp. Yet after an evening in the pub and a pint or four of IPA, the pain vanished and didn't return!
Such is the effect of Abbot, that when one is admitted to casualty, the ambulance staff merely mark one's forehead with "Abbot" in green ink, and no anaesthetic is needed.
Those marked "Red Eric" are left for the pathologist on Monday.
Sadly I no longer have the capacity for Abbot, so I'll stick with the IPA, except very occasionally when I am absolutely certain I am only having 'just the one' pint!
Nowt wrong with it. I've just popped out for a couple, and apart from feeling sick and finding Yenners suddenly attractive, it has no adverse effects on me.
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