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Ale

Stout
2
18%
Porter
0
No votes
Bitter
4
36%
Mild
0
No votes
Pale Ale or IPA
1
9%
Old ale
1
9%
Golden ale (brewed in 90s to win back lager drinkers)
0
No votes
Light bitter
1
9%
Barley wine
2
18%
60/- (light)
0
No votes
70/- (heavy)
0
No votes
80/- (export)
0
No votes
90/- (wee heavy)
0
No votes
 
Total votes: 11

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Postby dogsetc. » Tue Mar 27, 2007 18:54

Pet Lamb wrote:
dogsetc. wrote:I like 'em because i can't drink too much owing to a slightness of build


That's a new one on me...!! :lol:


I mean the way 20-stone blokes can drink about 18 pints, whereas i can manage quite a bit less -- it's not the alcohol, it's the volume...

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Postby Pet Lamb » Tue Mar 27, 2007 19:22

dogsetc. wrote:
Pet Lamb wrote:
dogsetc. wrote:I like 'em because i can't drink too much owing to a slightness of build


That's a new one on me...!! :lol:


I mean the way 20-stone blokes can drink about 18 pints, whereas i can manage quite a bit less -- it's not the alcohol, it's the volume...


Ah right... :roll:

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Postby brother abnego » Tue Mar 27, 2007 19:22

...there's very little I won't drink, but a nice Bitter is my default pint when down the boozer, so thats where I'm putting my tick...

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Postby Made Of Worms » Tue Mar 27, 2007 19:48

I drink McGuinness, but my favourite real ale anecdote involves Widdecombe Wallop and the instant loss of structural integrity to my legs.

Nothing to do with Ann, no.

I've just done a search cos I thought I might be repeating myself. I am indeed.

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Postby schlep » Tue Mar 27, 2007 20:31

Made Of Worms wrote:I've just done a search cos I thought I might be repeating myself. I am indeed.


It's a well known side effect of beer discussion!
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Postby Fu Manchu » Tue Mar 27, 2007 21:56

I like them all bar the golden ale pash and light bitter, but I voted for bitter in the end, however they all have to be cask-conditioned beers and not that fizzy $hite... :D

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Postby Sir Hip Bingo » Tue Mar 27, 2007 23:12

One day when the timing there my vote was the wine and iwill buy everyone one to drink and be merry :-0 thats But i do like ginger ale :-)
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Postby frostbyte » Wed Mar 28, 2007 00:23

ale is vile and tastes of bile
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Postby Pet Lamb » Wed Mar 28, 2007 00:50

frostbyte wrote:ale is vile and tastes of bile


You should start a 'soft drinks' thread frosty... :wink: