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RE: Please visit it

#2911 by Deleted User , Sun Oct 31, 2010 9:25 pm

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RE: Please visit it

#2912 by Frothy , Sun Oct 31, 2010 9:35 pm

Posted by berniew
How was the beer festival Frothy I did go to one a few years ago at Aston Uni ,where was it held this time Bernie



It was very good berniew. It was held at The Second City Suite Sherlock street ( try saying that after a few) First time this year. A really large 2 floor venue. I think it will stop there now.


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RE: Please visit it

#2913 by signman ( deleted ) , Sun Oct 31, 2010 9:35 pm

Evening all.


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RE: Please visit it

#2914 by Frothy , Sun Oct 31, 2010 9:39 pm

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Evening all.



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RE: Please visit it

#2915 by berniew , Sun Oct 31, 2010 11:45 pm

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Posted by berniew
How was the beer festival Frothy I did go to one a few years ago at Aston Uni ,where was it held this time Bernie



It was very good berniew. It was held at The Second City Suite Sherlock street ( try saying that after a few) First time this year. A really large 2 floor venue. I think it will stop there now.



I'm sure I have worked there is it an Asian function place where they hold weddings and the like

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RE: Please visit it

#2916 by Voltman , Mon Nov 01, 2010 7:49 am

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Didn't need to put the lights on this morning, just like summer again.
Is that a howling wind I hear blowing through the wasteland of the forum?
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RE: Please visit it

#2917 by phil ( deleted ) , Mon Nov 01, 2010 9:13 am

Morning All,

They used to have a beer festival at Solihull Civic Suite every year complete with Oompah band and German foods. I think sausage must be the only food that Germans eat. I went along a couple of years, I'm not saying it wasn't good but it could have been better. There was no special imported beer or anything like that, just M & B and Carling. A lot of singing and jostling and jumping on to tables, not my scene at all. I prefer lying under tables.

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RE: Please visit it

#2918 by signman ( deleted ) , Mon Nov 01, 2010 9:20 am

Just another way of selling rubbish, we have food festivals, chilli festivals, french markets, all selling junk at vastly inflated prices, the chilli festival even has the cheek to try and charge you £5 entrance, AND IT'S YOU DOING THE BUYING.
On another note my grandson came home from the Falklands yesterday, his actual comment on his face book is as follows :
"Home, feeling 94 and looking even more hagard, that shitty, smelly island has ruined me ".
Don't think he liked it there.


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RE: Please visit it

#2919 by phil ( deleted ) , Mon Nov 01, 2010 9:44 am

I heard them discussing the Falklands on the radio this morning. They reckon due to defence cuts that Argentina might have another go at them. I say come to some sort of a deal after all it's not the islanders they are worried about on either side its the future of the offshore mineral rights. Surely we could do a deal where we share them?

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#2920 by signman ( deleted ) , Mon Nov 01, 2010 9:50 am

That's why Simon has been down there Phil.
The RAF have been building up a base for the Eurofighters there for the last 12 months,due to speculation of what you say.
I say let them have them, only cost us lives and money.


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#2921 by phil ( deleted ) , Mon Nov 01, 2010 10:31 am

John

So do I, but like all things today its more to do with money. I can only repeat come to a deal with the Argies, bring all the Brits that want to come home (let the Argies compensate them). Those who want to stay must surrender their British Citizenship and sign a disclaimer. I really can't see why we must pay so much to hang onto a rock in the middle of the Atlantic.

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RE: Please visit it

#2922 by berniew , Mon Nov 01, 2010 4:46 pm

At the beer festival at Aston Uni the array of beers was astounding I tried a few but I think you may need to know more about real ale than I do to make semi informed choices as to which beer to try , you certainly could not try them all

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#2923 by Voltman , Mon Nov 01, 2010 5:23 pm

Posted by signman
That's why Simon has been down there Phil.
The RAF have been building up a base for the Eurofighters there for the last 12 months,due to speculation of what you say.
I say let them have them, only cost us lives and money.


I agree, give the Argentines the islands if they ask for them nicely, no questions and no deals, just hand them over.
If they try and take them by force then we really do have to stamp on their poor little heads again, and that is such a waste of life and resources.
The Argentines are very nice people, mostly just like us and not the sort we ought to be going to war against.
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RE: Please visit it

#2924 by Deleted User , Mon Nov 01, 2010 5:42 pm

Evening all,well my little veg patch is clear now for winter.I don't do winter veg.

Been a nice sunny but cool afternoon.

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RE: Please visit it

#2925 by Sheldonboy , Mon Nov 01, 2010 7:04 pm

Posted by berniew
At the beer festival at Aston Uni the array of beers was astounding I tried a few but I think you may need to know more about real ale than I do to make semi informed choices as to which beer to try , you certainly could not try them all



My problem with real ales is that these days I prefer my beer chilled. There will be a real ale or two to suit most palates. But most I am afraid are too warm for me. SB


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