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Recently Okells was awarded the trophy for Best Speciality Beer for Okells Aile. This was after already winning Gold in the competition and at the final tasting Aile was voted the Best in the Worl… Read More
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5m, 3w agoPosted 5 months, 3 weeks ago
Recently Okells was awarded the trophy for Best Speciality Beer for Okells Aile.

This was after already winning Gold in the competition and at the final tasting Aile was voted the Best in the World.
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https://i.ytimg.com/vi/4nQWoTgSJ84/hqdefault.jpg
Lawrie McMenemy drinking a Barbican.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4nQWoTgSJ84

Edited By: Agharta on Nov 07, 2016 11:14
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Agharta
https://i.ytimg.com/vi/4nQWoTgSJ84/hqdefault.jpg
Lawrie McMenemy drinking a Barbican.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4nQWoTgSJ84
That reminds me of possibly the worst hangover I've ever suffered. Many years ago, I was the driver and I kept up with the drinkers by consuming quite a large number of glasses of Barbican (or it could have been the equally lovely Caliber). I woke up the next morning with the hangover to end all hangovers. I put it down to the strange mix of chemicals used to create that not-beer taste.
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RonChew
That reminds me of possibly the worst hangover I've ever suffered. Many years ago, I was the driver and I kept up with the drinkers by consuming quite a large number of glasses of Barbican (or it could have been the equally lovely Caliber). I woke up the next morning with the hangover to end all hangovers. I put it down to the strange mix of chemicals used to create that not-beer taste.

I used to drink (bottled) Kaliber, Ron', & I would always suffer the morning afterwards as if I had been drinking the same quanity of lager containing alcohol.
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RonChew
Agharta
https://i.ytimg.com/vi/4nQWoTgSJ84/hqdefault.jpg
Lawrie McMenemy drinking a Barbican.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4nQWoTgSJ84
That reminds me of possibly the worst hangover I've ever suffered. Many years ago, I was the driver and I kept up with the drinkers by consuming quite a large number of glasses of Barbican (or it could have been the equally lovely Caliber). I woke up the next morning with the hangover to end all hangovers. I put it down to the strange mix of chemicals used to create that not-beer taste.
Get away driver? Was it a 3 litre Capri? :D
banned#6
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#7
most non-alcoholic beers are pretty vile IMHO.

if one has the misfortune to be admitted to one of the special hospitals such as broadmoor then they are the only beers on offer for patients to purchase from the canteen.

though maybe i could order SEEDLIP if my supervising psychiatrist says it's ok (hypothetically were i ever to become a patient in broadmoor).

https://www.seedlipdrinks.com

Edited By: seb on Nov 07, 2016 12:01
#8
Proves a point I made in another thread about us making the best beers in the world.
#9
airfix
RonChew
Agharta
https://i.ytimg.com/vi/4nQWoTgSJ84/hqdefault.jpg
Lawrie McMenemy drinking a Barbican.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4nQWoTgSJ84
That reminds me of possibly the worst hangover I've ever suffered. Many years ago, I was the driver and I kept up with the drinkers by consuming quite a large number of glasses of Barbican (or it could have been the equally lovely Caliber). I woke up the next morning with the hangover to end all hangovers. I put it down to the strange mix of chemicals used to create that not-beer taste.
Get away driver? Was it a 3 litre Capri? :D
https://img.ifcdn.com/images/098034f0d37c5f448784fa06ab29d970281b9e2753ae71f81383a25b8a40498c_3.jpg
1 Like #10
tryn2help
Proves a point I made in another thread about us making the best beers in the world.
We also make some of the worst. Are you old enough to remember Star Light? Although when it comes to making a lot of really abysmal beers, Australia would surely win hands down.
1 Like #11
RonChew
tryn2help
Proves a point I made in another thread about us making the best beers in the world.
We also make some of the worst. Are you old enough to remember Star Light? Although when it comes to making a lot of really abysmal beers, Australia would surely win hands down.
Watneys Star Light - so weak it could have been legally sold in the US during prohibitionX)
Think my first pint was 1/5d, tasted dreadful - think it was either Ushers or DD, so far back just can't remember - felt like a king drinking it X)
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tryn2help
RonChew
tryn2help
Proves a point I made in another thread about us making the best beers in the world.
We also make some of the worst. Are you old enough to remember Star Light? Although when it comes to making a lot of really abysmal beers, Australia would surely win hands down.
Watneys Star Light - so weak it could have been legally sold in the US during prohibitionX)
Think my first pint was 1/5d, tasted dreadful - think it was either Ushers or DD, so far back just can't remember - felt like a king drinking it X)
When I was about 15 years old, a mate and I went in to a pub and asked for two glasses of beer. After a short discussion with the landlord, we settled for Brickwoods Mild which, if I remember that far back, was about 1/6 a pint. Possibly the last time I drank Mild. :D

Edited By: RonChew on Nov 07, 2016 15:54
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need to try them all before I decide which is best
http://17663-presscdn-0-49.pagely.netdna-cdn.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/drunk-guy-passed-out-.jpg
more research planned for tomorrow, goodnight folks ZZZzzz
#14
The best is yet to come, but have another one in the meantime.
1 Like #15
RonChew
Agharta
https://i.ytimg.com/vi/4nQWoTgSJ84/hqdefault.jpg
Lawrie McMenemy drinking a Barbican.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4nQWoTgSJ84
That reminds me of possibly the worst hangover I've ever suffered. Many years ago, I was the driver and I kept up with the drinkers by consuming quite a large number of glasses of Barbican (or it could have been the equally lovely Caliber). I woke up the next morning with the hangover to end all hangovers. I put it down to the strange mix of chemicals used to create that not-beer taste.
I'm surprised you were able to keep up as I deduced that the only reason people keep on drinking after anywhere from 2 to 4 pints or so is because the alcohol has started to kick in.
Otherwise no matter how much you like the taste the body tends to say that's enough.
I've never drunk anywhere near 5+ pints of anything non alcoholic.
I did try these non alcoholic beers and after about 2 pints that was me done.
1 Like #16
Agharta
RonChew
Agharta
https://i.ytimg.com/vi/4nQWoTgSJ84/hqdefault.jpg
Lawrie McMenemy drinking a Barbican.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4nQWoTgSJ84
That reminds me of possibly the worst hangover I've ever suffered. Many years ago, I was the driver and I kept up with the drinkers by consuming quite a large number of glasses of Barbican (or it could have been the equally lovely Caliber). I woke up the next morning with the hangover to end all hangovers. I put it down to the strange mix of chemicals used to create that not-beer taste.
I'm surprised you were able to keep up as I deduced that the only reason people keep on drinking after anywhere from 2 to 4 pints or so is because the alcohol has started to kick in.
Otherwise no matter how much you like the taste the body tends to say that's enough.
I've never drunk anywhere near 5+ pints of anything non alcoholic.
I did try these non alcoholic beers and after about 2 pints that was me done.
It's 0.05% alcohol so you'd have to drink about 100 pints of it to get the same amount of alcohol as, say, a pint of Old Peculiar. And after a 100 pints of Kaliber, you'd feel a lot more than old and peculiar!

I can't recall exactly how many I had but a rough estimate would be 8 to 10 half-pint bottles. I'd never do it again.
banned#17
RonChew
Agharta
https://i.ytimg.com/vi/4nQWoTgSJ84/hqdefault.jpg
Lawrie McMenemy drinking a Barbican.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4nQWoTgSJ84
That reminds me of possibly the worst hangover I've ever suffered. Many years ago, I was the driver and I kept up with the drinkers by consuming quite a large number of glasses of Barbican (or it could have been the equally lovely Caliber). I woke up the next morning with the hangover to end all hangovers. I put it down to the strange mix of chemicals used to create that not-beer taste.

I had you down as a shandy man Ronald.X)
#18
Best? Mansfield

Worst? Brickwoods

In my opinion of course :p
1 Like #19
Best stout by a mile...

http://lionbeer.com/images/stout2.jpg
1 Like #20
ICBMiss
RonChew
Agharta
https://i.ytimg.com/vi/4nQWoTgSJ84/hqdefault.jpg
Lawrie McMenemy drinking a Barbican.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4nQWoTgSJ84
That reminds me of possibly the worst hangover I've ever suffered. Many years ago, I was the driver and I kept up with the drinkers by consuming quite a large number of glasses of Barbican (or it could have been the equally lovely Caliber). I woke up the next morning with the hangover to end all hangovers. I put it down to the strange mix of chemicals used to create that not-beer taste.
I had you down as a shandy man Ronald.X)

He should have stuck to this (I hear it was popular back in the day).

http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_qQ-H5FLAKW8/TNbTdFeBu0I/AAAAAAAAAAc/gcL-wG6ja_Y/s1600/cresta.jpg
#21
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1 Like #22
DarkEnergy2012
need to try them all before I decide which is besthttp://17663-presscdn-0-49.pagely.netdna-cdn.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/drunk-guy-passed-out-.jpg
more research planned for tomorrow, goodnight folks ZZZzzz
Listening for the next bus. X)
#23
that lion stout looks nice 'n' strong, Fred - where's it sold?

according to an article in the sun, beer from the de prael lets you drink A FEW bottles withoug getting a hangover.

https://www.thesun.co.uk/living/2128939/dutch-brewer-claims-he-has-created-a-life-changing-beer-that-wont-give-you-a-hangover-so-we-put-it-to-the-test/

http://deprael.nl/en_GB/homepage

Edited By: seb on Nov 08, 2016 09:32
#24
seb
that lion stout looks nice 'n' strong, Fred - where's it sold?
according to an article in the sun, beer from the de prael lets you drink A FEW bottles withoug getting a hangover.https://www.thesun.co.uk/living/2128939/dutch-brewer-claims-he-has-created-a-life-changing-beer-that-wont-give-you-a-hangover-so-we-put-it-to-the-test/http://deprael.nl/en_GB/homepage

It's still available from some Tesco stores and most off-licences that sell 'real ale'.

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