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    Quote Originally Posted by que-sera-sera View Post
    your efficient not lazy
    Excellent rephrasing
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    A nice glass of 'Casillero del Diablo' Cabernet Sauvignon 2008 reserva...
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    Quote Originally Posted by ceredred View Post
    A nice glass of 'Casillero del Diablo' Cabernet Sauvignon 2008 reserva...
    toff
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    Quote Originally Posted by que-sera-sera View Post
    toff
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    Big mug of tea
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    freeezing cold holsten pils
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    Tyskie
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    Quote Originally Posted by BrummieRed View Post
    Tyskie
    is that the stuff in the red bottle?
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    Mulled wine.

    It's a beautiful starry night outside with a proper winter covering of snow where I live and such a gorgeous silence accompanied by a warm glass of mulled wine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ceredred View Post
    Mulled wine.

    It's a beautiful starry night outside with a proper winter covering of snow where I live and such a gorgeous silence accompanied by a warm glass of mulled wine.
    sounds enchanting
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    Quote Originally Posted by que-sera-sera View Post
    is that the stuff in the red bottle?
    what I have is a white can with red writing.

    I think the bottles are brown with a white label and red writing.

    Very nice Polish lager
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    Quote Originally Posted by BrummieRed View Post
    what I have is a white can with red writing.

    I think the bottles are brown with a white label and red writing.

    Very nice Polish lager
    yeah ive seen it and been tempted,your a fan then?
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    Quote Originally Posted by que-sera-sera View Post
    yeah ive seen it and been tempted,your a fan then?
    Yes I like it. I'd say my favourite beers generally are:

    Peroni
    Zwyiec
    Tyskie
    Erdinger
    Leffe (blonde or brown)
    Cobra
    Hoegaarden white beer
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    Peroni-great choice
    Zwyiec-?
    Tyskie-Going to try
    Erdinger-superb
    Leffe (blonde or brown)-quality beer 6 %?
    Cobra-lovely
    Hoegaarden white beer-errggghhhh

    weiss beer is outstanding too
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    Peroni again.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LordJamieOfCarragher View Post
    Peroni again.
    Would you ever let an inferior beer pass your sophisticated lips?

    Fosters for example?
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    Quote Originally Posted by que-sera-sera View Post
    Would you ever let an inferior beer pass your sophisticated lips?

    Fosters for example?
    You're drunk and stay out of my thread.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ceredred View Post
    You're drunk and stay out of my thread.
    no im not .......quite.And you get out of my thread,or ill **** your **** you ****
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    Quote Originally Posted by que-sera-sera View Post

    Peroni-great choice
    Zwyiec-?
    Tyskie-Going to try
    Erdinger-superb
    Leffe (blonde or brown)-quality beer 6 %?
    Cobra-lovely
    Hoegaarden white beer-errggghhhh

    weiss beer is outstanding too
    very similar to Tyskie, another Polish beer
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    Quote Originally Posted by BrummieRed View Post
    very similar to Tyskie, another Polish beer
    another one to try.....they should have produced a DUDEK after 2005
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    Becks (30 bottle for 15, bargain)
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    Quote Originally Posted by BVA View Post
    Becks (30 bottle for 15, bargain)
    is a bargain,440 bottles?
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    Quote Originally Posted by que-sera-sera View Post
    Would you ever let an inferior beer pass your sophisticated lips?

    Fosters for example?
    When I am out yes, don't mind Fosters or Carling on draft.

    At home it's either Peroni or San Miguel, sometime Kronenbourg
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    Quote Originally Posted by que-sera-sera View Post
    is a bargain,440 bottles?
    275's but still a bargain (for UK anyway)
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    Quote Originally Posted by LordJamieOfCarragher View Post
    When I am out yes, don't mind Fosters or Carling on draft.

    At home it's either Peroni or San Miguel, sometime Kronenbourg
    You save the best for home then!
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    Quote Originally Posted by que-sera-sera View Post
    You save the best for home then!
    Absolutely.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LordJamieOfCarragher View Post
    When I am out yes, don't mind Fosters or Carling on draft.

    At home it's either Peroni or San Miguel, sometime Kronenbourg
    Very similar to me, I tend to opt for carling when i'm out.

    If I drank the same beers out as I did at home i'd be home very early!
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    Quote Originally Posted by que-sera-sera View Post
    You save the best for home then!
    How many pubs do you know supply a comfy chair a great telly and a warm fire(central heating) with food closer in distance than a kebab/chinese/Indian resturant/shop and beer in the same reach?
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    Quote Originally Posted by BrummieRed View Post
    Very similar to me, I tend to opt for carling when i'm out.

    If I drank the same beers out as I did at home i'd be home very early!
    Skint or drunk?

    Or both?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ceredred View Post
    How many pubs do you know supply a comfy chair a great telly and a warm fire(central heating) with food closer in distance than a kebab/chinese/Indian resturant/shop and beer in the same reach?
    True.

    Local is only 100 yards down the road but we've had a bit of snow and the roads and pavements are like ice rinks.
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