Discussion in 'The Opium Den' started by fuz al-nufi, Apr 30, 2010.
TERMoNUKULAR (shout out to King Sombrero Maker who pronounces my name like that) WARRIOR be dominating the Shoutbox on Friday Drinking Night 'n shieet.
I don't have to work tomorrow so I'm starting early. Guinness it is.
Some 'shine, nothing better.
I found myself wondering through a new upscale liquor store that carries a decent selection of "British Beers". After scoping out their semi-decent selection of Ales, I spotted a old friend. Belhaven's Best. Having not had a pint of this in many moons, I thought I'll give'er a try. After 2 sips I quickly found myself wanting to have a affair with her. In all honesty, it really only tasted slightly different than a hand pulled pint.
I recommend highly to people who have nowt tried this and have the chance to buy it.
I consider myself a huge Stout fan as well, but we're very limited over here. I actually fancy myself a Marston's Oyster Stout.
I bought a few of those the other day. 7.4% is a respectable amount.
For those that enjoy this show.
Looks like you've sunk half a bottle in about a half hour.
notes of dried fruits and oak combine with vanilla and cinnamon
Warm and mellow
Nice sherried Speyside malt, best 12 out there.
The glass somehow appropriately inscribed honi soit qui mal y pense, pilfered from the galley of H.M.Y. Brittania, which for some infathomable reason is now berthed permanently in Leith Harbour.
Stylish Speyside Highlands Malt; reddish-amber, minty nose, sweet peppermint palate, spice, berry fruit. Lingering, clean finish.
The village of Aberlour is also home to the Walker's Shortbread Factory, seconds available at 1 pound per kilo.
two minutes to Friday, eight bzzrs after werk an' pullin' a fitz wit' a empty soldat o' meritage---hic, once in a blue moon a wino
Stay away from everything above 15%.
On 14% now and about to switch to 37.5%.
Fitz, where r u