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V1NCE on November 12, 2011

Hi Jethro,

Thanks for the link, I'm now thoroughly disgusted (only joking), I've tried a few fruit beers. The link also mentions chocolate beers, which are well worth trying....

Have a great weekend.

Vince

keepclicking on November 13, 2011

At least there's no mention of Lager Jethro.

David Brown Photogra… on November 13, 2011

Thanks Vince, I shall be forced to take your word for it!

Ah.... so lager is akin to HDR in the world of KC I see?

Cheers fellas - Jethro

Gordon670 on November 13, 2011

So who was the Guy modelled on - Jethro of course!!

Cheers Pal, Gordon

David Brown Photogra… on November 13, 2011

Well, he was a bit of a large stout fella Gordon but there the likeness ended.

:o)

Thanks for dropping by - Jethro

pedrocut on November 14, 2011

Went out today in search of this photo

Thought it might add a little history to your picture!

All the best Peter

whoelius on November 16, 2011

Oh don't avoid Pumpkin beer! Nooo. There are some terrific Pumpkin ales around, certainly on the west coast, and the east coast is almost equally as well renowned for its craft breweries.

Free Wheels on November 16, 2011

Great picture Jethro. "lager is akin to HDR in the world of KC I see" now that made me smile.

Pumpkin Beer, I'm retching already.

David Brown Photogra… on November 17, 2011

Who what?

I always had you pegged as a serious beer drinker.

Upon your advice, I shall cease to scorn and shall try it! Full report later.

Mark LOL.... thank you my friend. I needed that laugh this morning!

Cheers chaps, - Jethro

whoelius on November 17, 2011

Aha! Tonight I only had time for two beers - the phenomenally good Abt 12 by St. Bernardus in Belgium, which is what's known as a quadrupel (a dubbel gone crazy), and an Old Rasputin, which is a solid Russian Imperial Stout, (so it has a mouth feel of something like a Guinness but a tiny bit more carbonated, much boozier, maltier and full bodied, and with the honest flavour of a craft beer!)

But honestly, pumpkin goes perfectly with beer. Southern Tier, a New York brewer, does one called Pumking, which lives up to its name. Some are fruity; others are more rindy or have a burnt flavour.

David Brown Photogra… on November 17, 2011

I LOVE the language in those reviews Who !

Immortal black just how black is immortal?

I think at those alcohol levels, you had best only have two. That's if I was readings them right, them's damn confusing sets of numbers.

I'll be having a Tetley's Ice Cold tonight - no shame here, its all they got in my hotel!

Cheers - jethro

pedrocut on November 17, 2011

Strike Jethro I will have an extra pint and drink to your health tonight!

All the best Peter

David Brown Photogra… on November 17, 2011

I was wrong Who and Peter - they are out of Tetleys !!!

Its San Mig on draught or Strongbow!

If its up for a decider

I guess its the cider

:o)

Jethro

whoelius on November 17, 2011

Strongbow, definitely! San Miguel is served ultra-cold because they don't want us to taste it. ;)

David Brown Photogra… on November 17, 2011

The San Mig is from Spain. I have only ever drunk the variety from Macao !

No.... I didn't want to try this one either.

:o)

Never mind - home tomorrow - J

David Brown Photogra… on December 4, 2011

There is a clique of die-hards that will never forget (or always remember, one of the two) Des

Course, we might be a bunch of expat Brits who will do owt for a party!

Maybe the later.

Cheers - Jethro

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