Swedish Chef wrote:Mr.F, The Samuel Adams Boston lager is a slightly darker ale and fuller in taste than the Nukie B and is to my opinion a most excellent ale (like I've said before on this forum: It's nothing like having sex in a canoe).
The Victoria Bitter - That C57 hates - is according to me, my foster brother and my father-in-law a splendid bitter.
Swedish Chef wrote:Methinks you should go to vinmonopolet and buy a bottle of the best America has to offer. And if you ever come to FÃ»cking Ã…mÃ¥l the VB is on me, Christian.
Thanks Carl - after having had the pleasure of your pictures from Ã…mÃ¥l I must say the film title must be out of place! It certainly looks like a very charming place.
For bitter, maybe I'm spoiled by the likes of Lancaster Bomber and Oxford Gold.
Thanks C57, Nick - if you can beleive it my buddy snapped the picture with a cellphone! Pretty decent quality for an electronic add on!Collector57 wrote:Yes that's the Brakspear - I really like this one.
Lancaster Bomber is from Thwaites if you ever see it.
Spitfire (Shepherd Neame) is good, but not up to the other two, for my taste.
Nice picture musky!
Mr Fjeld wrote:I hope you're all ready for another yacht picture. This hapened to be right outside my window at work today. It's called "A" and is a $400 million super-yacht owned by a Mr Andrey Melnichenko of Russia. A few super yachts have visited Bergen in the last few years but this must be the weirdest and biggest of them all.
borgom wrote:Dram, is that you and the Mrs?