Oh dear. How will we ever survive.

Discussion in 'Just Talk' started by Need a bigger hammer, Nov 4, 2018.

  1. Need a bigger hammer

    Need a bigger hammer Active Member

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  2. teabreak

    teabreak Well-Known Member

    Rum comes from outside the EU so I'm sorted!
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  3. kitfit1

    kitfit1 Well-Known Member

    No problem "surviving" here. My fav beer is Bathams and it's brewed in "The Black Country". Yellowtail Merlot is Australian........................i is completely sorted :D

    Can't stand Guinness anyway...........so no big loss :p
  4. Bob Rathbone

    Bob Rathbone Well-Known Member

    Terry Wogan when asked if he drank Guinness replied "Only until I could afford to drink something else".
  5. teabreak

    teabreak Well-Known Member

    Is it true they drag a dead horse through it to give it body?:D:D:D
  6. Mike58

    Mike58 New Member

    If you want a decent Guinness buy it from Tesco's ... not the standard flavoured Liffey water but the Nigerian brewed one. £3.30/bottle and 7.5% !
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  7. Heat

    Heat Well-Known Member

    Everybody knows this will never happen. :p
    Drink producers and all involved in supplying would lose money and the customer would not get their chosen drink, - no chance of that.
  8. Isitreally

    Isitreally Well-Known Member

    Those that lord it up in the EU might threaten such, do I think Guinness along with BMW, Mercedes, Peugeot, Champagne, ETC, ETC, ETC will soon put a stop to their silliness.
  9. gadget man

    gadget man Well-Known Member

    Guinness tastes like liquid *hit, so it's no loss to me.
  10. HarDeBloodyHarHar

    HarDeBloodyHarHar Active Member

    Guin-less. Whoopydoo.
  11. CGN

    CGN Well-Known Member

    Mmmm Bathams. Do you ever go to the Bull and Bladder Kitfit?
  12. CGN

    CGN Well-Known Member

    Nowt wrong with a pint of Guiness, but only usually drink it when in the sort of establishments that only serve Carling or John Smiths and little else!
  13. kitfit1

    kitfit1 Well-Known Member

    No CGN. The Old Waggon And Horses in Bewdley.
  14. CGN

    CGN Well-Known Member


    The Vine, (known as the Bull and Bladder) is where its brewed in Merry Hill. Used to go there quite regularly at one point then set foot in there last year for about the first time in twenty years.
  15. kitfit1

    kitfit1 Well-Known Member

    Outside of the Black Country itself, there arn't that many pubs that Bathams supply but there are 3 within striking distance of my house the nearest being 10mins away in Bewdley. Because they only produce a certain amount every week, i think they are very choosey about what pubs they will supply.
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  16. masterdiy

    masterdiy Active Member

    Thats no loss.
    How about supporting your local breweries. Hand crafted stuff.
    Not too many miles from me, http://www.budebrewery.co.uk

    This is a really nice tasty drink.

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