just enjoying some of this

  hzhzhzhz 00:39 29 Dec 06
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  hzhzhzhz 00:41 29 Dec 06

actually its the seeded spelt crispbread

  hzhzhzhz 00:44 29 Dec 06

by DR. KARG

  hzhzhzhz 00:45 29 Dec 06

oh dear,must stop dunking it in scotch :-)

  rodriguez 01:34 29 Dec 06

I'm just enjoying some of this - click here - I think it tastes a bit like Guiness. Haven't had Guiness for a while though...

  Chegs ®™ 02:16 29 Dec 06

I used to drink rather to much OP than was good for me,as it was dearer to buy but got me more drunk more quickly than the other Theakstons brews.The taste was a little sweet but it went down very easily. :)

  laurie53 09:14 29 Dec 06

hzhzhzhz

That's disgusting!

Pass the turkey curry someone.

I have always said, to my wife's intense annoyance, if it's green, raw or unpeeled it is meant to be fed only to animals!

Laurie

  Mr Mistoffelees 16:47 29 Dec 06

I can heartily recommend this fine brew.

click here

  Stuartli 17:07 29 Dec 06

>>Haven't had Guinness for a while though...>>

Just think of what you have missed...:-)

  rodriguez 17:23 29 Dec 06

They do Guiness in the pub I go in and sometimes the barman draws a shamrock on top of the head with the tap. Looks quite good. :-D

  Brumas 23:36 29 Dec 06

When I am fortunate enough to holiday in Ireland I drink the Guinness - I never do in England, it is like Chalk & Cheese!

In Ireland, the taste on the tongue is 'like an angel's kiss', in England I find it too 'liquorishy'(is that a word?)

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