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We in the UK have been warned to stockpile essentials. . .


Phil Perry
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In the event of a 'NO DEAL ' Brexit. . .we're all stocking up on the essentials, as the pundits are certain that the shelves will be bare if we are Bereft of the support of the EU. . .

 

Here is MY stockpile,. . I mean. . . you can't be TOO careful Y'know. . .

 

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( Yes, of Course there's Beer. . .that's all in the cooler in the Wine cellar. . . )

 

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( Yes, of Course there's Beer. . .that's all in the cooler in the Wine cellar. . . )

You mean like a Fridge or should I say Refrigerator. I thought a Kooler was were Klink sent Carter, LeBeau or one of Hogans other men when they were Naughty.

 

 

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You mean like a Fridge or should I say Refrigerator. I thought a Kooler was were Klink sent Carter, LeBeau or one of Hogans other men when they were Naughty.

Nah Mike. Proper English Ale isn't kept in the fridge . . just served cool man. . . ;-)

 

 

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English ale might be kept at room temperature (15C or less), but what about English beer?

Isn't there a difference between the brewing methods for ale and beer?

I have a good friend who is the chairman of the Hook Norton Brewery Company in the cotswolds ( Oxfordshire ) Google and have a look. . .they deliver Beer to their 'tied' local pubs with Horse drawn drays and liveried Draymen. . .. . .I shali ask him that question on your behalf and report back Sir ! I feel sure his answer will be curt and accurate.

 

 

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