What you drinking? The beer and booze thread

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PostRe: What you drinking? The beer and booze thread
by Errkal » Sun Sep 23, 2018 8:45 pm

Vermilion wrote:
Errkal wrote:Ooo interesting.

Does it have the sort of fake milkshake type banana flavour or is it more real?


It was sorta inbetween both of those types, very fruity and very pleasant, i highly recommend it.

There's also a mango version.


I think I have had the mango one. I love a fruit beer especially a fruit sour.

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PostRe: What you drinking? The beer and booze thread
by <]:^D » Sun Sep 23, 2018 8:46 pm

currently on a cocktails mission.
picked up a great book that lets you assemble a cocktail base in 12 bottles - https://www.amazon.co.uk/12-Bottle-Bar-David-Solmonson/dp/076117494X/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1537731966&sr=8-1&keywords=12+bottle+bar

had a whisky sour and a manhattan yesterday and today.

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PostRe: What you drinking? The beer and booze thread
by Vermilion » Sun Sep 23, 2018 8:51 pm

Errkal wrote:
Vermilion wrote:
Errkal wrote:Ooo interesting.

Does it have the sort of fake milkshake type banana flavour or is it more real?


It was sorta inbetween both of those types, very fruity and very pleasant, i highly recommend it.

There's also a mango version.


I think I have had the mango one. I love a fruit beer especially a fruit sour.


Never got around to trying the mango one sadly, haven't been back to Belgium since 2016 either so i've not really had the chance to.

Bruges in particular is great for buying beer though, in amongst the regular souvenir stores are shops dedicated to stocking as many types of beer as they possibly can, you go in one and there are so many shelves that for some out of reach varieties, you need to ask a member of staff to help using a ladder.

I do always like to try local brews (not just beer) when on the continent too, sadly though, Schnapps was the most widespread drink when i visited Austria this summer and i really didn't like it (way too strong). I am rather partial to some gluhwein at christmas markets though, decided to try some for the first time in Germany and the stuff really does warm you up on a cold December day.

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PostRe: What you drinking? The beer and booze thread
by Errkal » Tue Sep 25, 2018 3:28 pm

Local Tesco (Hastings) had the brewdog (Lone wolf) vodka on reduced to clear so have picked some up.

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Was £32 was reduced to £17.60.

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PostRe: What you drinking? The beer and booze thread
by Preezy » Tue Sep 25, 2018 3:30 pm

Bought a box full of random beers and ales from Aldi at the weekend, they have a surprisingly wide variety on offer. Made sure I didn't grab any that I'd had before, so I'm looking forward to just stepping into the unknown :toot:


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