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    Beer is ordered

    The most important part...
    The BEER is ordered...
    2 x 9 gallon barrels of PISTON from the Beer Engine
    Newton St Cyres..
    http://www.thebeerengine.co.uk/
    Ian [the Brewer] has been at the Engine for 26 years and is reknowned for the quality of his ale he also likes me and Sid and will fill our own barrels..

    Same prices as last year...

    There will also be some mild applejuice from Sams Cider....
    plus wine and soft drinks for the Ladeez


    My butcher is suppling all the sausages, bacon for the brekkies and the Beef and Chicken for the Curries

    All coming together now

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    Now if you could get a barrel box from these guys...

    http://www.tuttsclumpcider.co.uk/webpages/products.php

    :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sumprat View Post
    Now if you could get a barrel box from these guys...

    http://www.tuttsclumpcider.co.uk/webpages/products.php

    :-)
    Don't be silly !!!
    , We only want PROPER Cider

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    Quote Originally Posted by Proff View Post
    Don't be silly !!!
    , We only want PROPER Cider
    Naaaa, be like that then.


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    I thought to myself, I'll show that Proff. I'll get a couple of bottles of my locally (Berkshire) made Tutt's Clump cider. Show him how it should be made :-)

    I spoke to Tim Wale who owns the company who makes it and, if I can get to him, he'll donate a couple of bottles (and I'll add a bottle or two if I can). As the weekend mission is to make money for the charity, to this end, if it is agreeable, I'd like auction these off.

    This is no ordinary cider. It may not be Devon/Cornish/Hereford cider but it is very good.

    If this idea is not appropriate then it'll go either Proff's glass or into the general alcohol stock. :-)

    SumpRat

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sumprat View Post
    I thought to myself, I'll show that Proff. I'll get a couple of bottles of my locally (Berkshire) made Tutt's Clump cider. Show him how it should be made :-)

    I spoke to Tim Wale who owns the company who makes it and, if I can get to him, he'll donate a couple of bottles (and I'll add a bottle or two if I can). As the weekend mission is to make money for the charity, to this end, if it is agreeable, I'd like auction these off.

    This is no ordinary cider. It may not be Devon/Cornish/Hereford cider but it is very good.

    If this idea is not appropriate then it'll go either Proff's glass or into the general alcohol stock. :-)

    SumpRat

    Tutt's Clump.

    I had that once, but a course of penicillin soon sorted me out
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill-H View Post
    Tutt's Clump.

    I had that once, but a course of penicillin soon sorted me out
    He He. nice one.

    I thought the concept of the Tooth Fairy was a good one...

    ... Until I heard of the stool Pigeon.

    Sumpie

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sumprat View Post
    I thought the concept of the Tooth Fairy was a good one...

    Sumpie
    Don't go to sleep with your head under your pillow, the Tooth Fairy will be along with a pair of pliers, see what happened to my Mom.
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    I now have three 500ml bottles of Tutts Clump cider;

    Royal County @ 7%
    Traditional Farmhouse @ 6%
    Special Reserve @ 6%

    These retail at £2.69 each.

    SumpRat

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    gawd, it sounds like a haemorrhoids

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    Quote Originally Posted by pastyman View Post
    gawd, it sounds like a haemorrhoids
    My thoughts exactly
    Don't forget that Sum Prat is the one who bought that terrible cheese last year

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    Quote Originally Posted by Proff View Post
    My thoughts exactly
    Don't forget that Sum Prat is the one who bought that terrible cheese last year
    Oh no it wasn't.

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    Progress report>>>

    Delivered empty barrels to the Beer Engine yesterday afternoon...
    Was welcomed by Ian who stated " I thought it was the bike event that the extra 2 barrels are for"
    I was then invited into the brewery to see the start of OUR brew..
    The smell was mmmmmmmmmm it takes 7 and a bit days to obtain perfection
    I'll be picking the FULL barrels up next Thursday afternoon, just in case any early arrivers want to sample it
    I get it "Bright" without finings, as it will all be gone, hopefully by Sun morning
    Bright means it's ready to drink immediately it's tapped
    I will also be picking the Cider up on the way from Beer Engine to Sids..
    I may need an armed escort with that much good stuff on board ...

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    i rode out to the beer engine about a year after it was opened.









    it was shut


    "If you knew when you were going to die, would you live your life differently?"

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    It was open today and I picked our two barrels of "Piston" up from Ian the brewer

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    Quote Originally Posted by Proff View Post
    Don't forget that Sum Prat is the one who bought that terrible cheese last year
    That was me

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