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    Havana blanco. Socialism, eff yeah!
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    I nearly bought a can of Cameron's Jurassic IPA but I realized my wife was waiting in the car, and adding alcohol to my purchase might mean I'd need to get into a longer lineup.

    Our virtual pub has been serving Hobgoblin from Wychwood, but this batch of tinnies taste a bit dull and lifeless.

    Other offerings from our Virtual Pub are...
    • Fuller's London Pride (good goto British plonk)
    • Oast "The Barn Raiser" Country Ale
    • Jever's Pilsener
    • Beau's Lug Tread (I find it better in containers than on draught, actually)
    • Innis&Gunn Original (a staple during the peak of the real pub, a few years before they used COVID-19 as a convenient time to end the money-losing operation)



    (To forestall questions; I must purchase and bring home the "offerings" for my instance of the "Virtual Pub")
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    What the funk?

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    A pull tab on a bottle? Didn't see that coming.

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    Last Friday the Pub decided to offer an award-winning American Beer.

    I was surprised. I thought English beer had a reputation for being flat...

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    Quote Originally Posted by SportWagon View Post
    I nearly bought a can of Cameron's Jurassic IPA but I realized my wife was waiting in the car, and adding alcohol to my purchase might mean I'd need to get into a longer lineup.
    Well later I actually bought one.

    And drank it tonight. I was nicely balanced cirtussy not so bitter.

    And I also a had a Railway City Dead Elephant. Sort of similar for a craft IPA. Not so bitter. Not as citrusy as the Jurassic.

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    I splurged on a recent beer run and bought a bottle of Goose Island Bourbon County Brand Stout. Holy moley, it's a thick, hearty stout, as it should be. Tasty, but at nearly 15% alcohol, it needs to be nursed. It burned my throat on the first swig.

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