Discussion in 'General Beer Discussion' started by pvt_ak, May 18, 2019.
Ah the £8 pint. Wife brought me there for my Birthday last year. It wasn't bad but I'd rather a pint of Maggies Leap.
Hastings takes the piss. I worked in the Stormont Hotel 20 years ago, when you could buy a pint of beer in the city centre for £1.50. He was selling pints of Tennents for £3! You should have seen the look on peoples faces when they got a round in. Some guy at a wedding insisted on buying his nephew a drink. One of those stupid back and forth arguments that you see at the bar all the time. Eventually the nephew gave in and asked for a double vodka and red bull. The uncle almost had a heart attack when I told him it cost £9.60. That'll teach him!
On a tangent....while supping from your favourite pot do you use the same whether you skip through beer styles in one sitting?
Breakfast of champions...
I would usually swap glasses if I'm changing style.
I drink straight from a corny keg!
Normally just use whatever is in my hand and refill.No point in more dirty dishes...........
This one, inherited from my father in law who had a Greene King local, is a bit of a laugh.
A pint and a half, perfect for pouring those 660ml Fischer bottles in one go.
I proudly drink from my Grandfathers vintage beer glass along with a beer I made dedicated to him.
Sometimes ... I like to but my desire to do so dwindles after the 4th glass.... then it’s more about speed to mouth
I've welded a handle onto the side of mine!
Of course. It's bad enough that I have to WALK to get new ale from the fridge, do you expect me to walk EXTRA for a "better" glass?!
Dimple mugs are good for ANYTHING.
You might imagine that the guy has a beard but all that dark stuff on his face is yeast trub...
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