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Sky_Blue_Daz

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I’m on the Rossini at the minute (Aldi version of peroni) a phoney peroni if you will.
£1:29 for a pint bottle
 
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fernandopartridge

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I’m on the Rossini at the minute (Aldi version of peroni) a phoney peroni if you will.
£1:29 for a pint bottle
It's decent that stuff.

I've got a can of some craft ipa left, will go out and get some more in a bit.

Tried spruce beer last night, beer made with buds from spruce trees, interesting...
 

fellatio_Martinez

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Tried spruce beer last night, beer made with buds from spruce trees, interesting...
Is it anything like normal beer?

I was into craft beers a few years back but I eventually got a bit tired of the overly hopped taste and now I'm back to the pilsner type beers or wheat beers if I'm in the mood.
 

clint van damme

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On the Stella and considering hitting the top shelf. I've had a trying day
 

wingy

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It's decent that stuff.

I've got a can of some craft ipa left, will go out and get some more in a bit.

Tried spruce beer last night, beer made with buds from spruce trees, interesting...
Don't drink me I'm like turpentine
Make you go blind burn your insides
If I don't know me then I don't know you
Can't figure out what I'm sposed to do
I ain't running away from my mind this time.
 

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Is it anything like normal beer?

I was into craft beers a few years back but I eventually got a bit tired of the overly hopped taste and now I'm back to the pilsner type beers or wheat beers if I'm in the mood.
Am not a fan of hoppy either. Since I went on holiday here a couple of years ago, I order a crate of this now and again.

 
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SkyBlueDom26

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I'm liking Coors light atm, find it much nicer than Carling
 

SkyBlueDom26

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Both are shite!
The £1 pints of Carling at Monday Club at Wetherspoons back in the day used to go down well though.
Sounds good haha!

I think Coors is nice because its smooth to drink, can easily sink 5+ without feeling bloated like drinking carling
 

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Sounds good haha!

I think Coors is nice because its smooth to drink, can easily sink 5+ without feeling bloated like drinking carling
My favourites over here are Ichnusa Non Filtrata (unfiltered) from Sardinia and Messina Sale (beer with sea salt) from Sicily. I am surprised that these 2 haven't entered the UK market, they would make a killing.

Both way better than Moretti and Peroni/Nastro Azzurro, saying that I stocked up on a few 660ml bottles of Nastro Azzurro earlier for 0.75c each.
 
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Sky_Blue_Daz

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Seen some cans of calling premier In booze busters the other day , used to love that on draught
 

clint van damme

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My sky blue lager has arrived. Not going to try it until at least the weekend. Anyone tried it yet?
 

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I’ve had a couple of glasses of wine whilst listening to my Ronnie Drew and Christy Moore playlists
Cheers