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    Beer beer beer more beer

    HI Chaps.
    so far on the beer list we have bought today

    60 large cans carling

    12 bottles becks blue alcohol free
    48 large cans Thatchers gold cider...really nice

    24 large cans fosters
    12 bottles courage Light ale
    24 can carlsberg

    24 cans stowford press cider yum

    These will all be a quid a go.Ive tried my best to keep to the £1 a drink mantra, which is hard in these cash strapped days
    Now onto the real ales , what do you want?
    They are going to be around £2 a large bottle.
    Post on here and let me know.
    Ive seen bishops finger, tanglefoot,black sheep etc etc..
    In case you dont know, there is a small profit from the beer and food which goes towards running costs of the camp,for example:generator petrol,calor gas,and other various small expenses,also it contributes towards paying for the marquee and other equipments weve bought.
    So dont be shy drink up..

    see you there
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    Can I book the 24 cans of Fosters for the Friday night pls

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    London Pride please

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    Looking forward to some drinking, as I don't spend any time in the UK anymore, I would have a preference for English Ale....

    I will, If I have space bring some Golden Virginia with me for the tobaco rollers, no profit made just price of the label...
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    Can you bring a golden Vagina for me?

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    Yes Mr Foster

    Quote Originally Posted by MGJ View Post
    Can I book the 24 cans of Fosters for the Friday night pls
    There is a case with your name on it.
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    No lemonade?

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    lemonade...

    Quote Originally Posted by Gromit View Post
    No lemonade?
    got becks blue ...
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    Real Ale

    For those ale drinkers how about the real stuff? However, it would cost about £2 per pint rather than £1 - still a lot cheaper than the pub.

    http://www.westerhambrewery.co.uk/BreweryShop.htm

    Thoughts?

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    Double Stout for the BBQ on Friday and Viceroy IPA for the Indian on Saturday if they are available.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JoeC View Post
    For those ale drinkers how about the real stuff? However, it would cost about £2 per pint rather than £1 - still a lot cheaper than the pub.

    http://www.westerhambrewery.co.uk/BreweryShop.htm

    Thoughts?
    Oh yes

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    To keep things simple, if I were to buy 1 polypin (36 pints) then which beer would you want in it? exc Audit Ale.

    Do you think that a Firkin would be pushing the boat out too far?
    'For firkins there is a returnable deposit of £100 for the cask, tap, mallet and stillage - charged on collection and refunded on return of the equipment'.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JoeC View Post
    To keep things simple, if I were to buy 1 polypin (36 pints) then which beer would you want in it? exc Audit Ale.

    Do you think that a Firkin would be pushing the boat out too far?
    'For firkins there is a returnable deposit of £100 for the cask, tap, mallet and stillage - charged on collection and refunded on return of the equipment'.
    As a guide.
    We used 2 Firkins of PISTON from the Beer Engine on the WeeKend events..
    even with only 30 people it all went, plus 4 x 20 liters of Cider


    I'm lucky that I own my own barrel so no deposit
    iirc £95 for a firkin bright, lasts 2 days after tapping.. With finings it will last 4 days

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    Quote Originally Posted by JoeC View Post
    To keep things simple, if I were to buy 1 polypin (36 pints) then which beer would you want in it? exc Audit Ale.

    Do you think that a Firkin would be pushing the boat out too far?
    'For firkins there is a returnable deposit of £100 for the cask, tap, mallet and stillage - charged on collection and refunded on return of the equipment'.
    Summer Perle is a lovely 'session' ale.

    You may be pushing it by getting a Firkin, especially when Paul has loads of canned fizz ordered in too.

    Saying that, a few years back me and my mate finished off a 36 pint polypin in 4 days whilst on the Norfolk Broads. That was in addition to our regular pub visits

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    Beers

    Quote Originally Posted by shready View Post
    Summer Perle is a lovely 'session' ale.

    You may be pushing it by getting a Firkin, especially when Paul has loads of canned fizz ordered in too.

    Saying that, a few years back me and my mate finished off a 36 pint polypin in 4 days whilst on the Norfolk Broads. That was in addition to our regular pub visits
    The only problem with a barrel is its all the same,if few people like it,thats a lot of beer you have to drink,at least i can get numerous beers for you to try and expand your drinking reportoire.
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    Good call Joe.

    Real Ale for me too but I won't be in double figures each night as I want to do the bike rides.

    I'm happy with Westerham Brew.

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