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What are we drinking tonight in the Prince Albert

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As recommended elsewhere on this forum...

Tesco's have buy 4 for £6 which seemed reasonable? - Nice taste, although bottle and not canned as recommended.

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3 hours ago, parcelmonkey said:

As recommended elsewhere on this forum...

Tesco's have buy 4 for £6 which seemed reasonable? - Nice taste, although bottle and not canned as recommended.

adnams-ghost-ship-english-pale-ale-500ml

I've always been an Adnams fan, and I don't think they've yet turned out anything I wouldn't enjoy a few of. Ghost Ship, however, is a beauty. Not too heavy and goes down far too easily...

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A wee dram of Cambletown Springbank 10yr old single malt.  Very nice indeed.10-years.jpg

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Tonight’s festive tipple
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1 hour ago, Duvet said:

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Did the chopping board made of granite help with resonances through the kitchen top calm the top hoppy top end and make this seem far more controlled and less flabby in the bottom end, yet still keep the yeasty aftertaste?

A far more rounded yet subtle taste - Or just a coincidence?

Mine tonight - A few bottles of...

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The hard surface of the granite chopping board and the glass meant the though the taste was cleaner dare i say brighter there was a ringing quality to the over all beverage , 

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The wooden chopping board has definitely deadened the ringing and given a much more balanced taste . Of course if not using a glass then revert back to the granite . Like all things its best to experiment for the best results . 

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My daughter has just given me a dark chocolate creme (lemon meringue flavour) and with it  I am sipping

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A nice drop of IPA from a local microbrewery:

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Reading from screen rules:

1- Wear glasses if needed.

2- Read things properly and don't just give it a quick scan!

I just broke both and wondered why there was a specific ale for "A Happy Blonde Session".:ale::bouncey:

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Just had a San Miguel, Vodka Tonic now and in memory of Lemmy a Jack & Coke later on.

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Oh nearly forgot,

Homemade caramel Vodka:

Recipe

2 packets of Werther's Originals crushed up

1 bottle of Vodka.

Mix together in a bowl and allow sweets to dissolve. Serv as shots.

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With dry ginger , I have a cold , again 

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