On the other hand Ansells from the hand pump was very tasty too , me and my best mate Sam [ who spent the entire war on HMS Glasgow] frequently made it to double figures when in sessionI brew me own [from the ground up] these days but Bass from the hand pump at the now deceased Red House in the Royal Borough of Leamington Spa was the best beer ever to wet a whistle
Purple Para shoots, a shot of port floating on top of rough.
Replace Port with Pernod, last mouth full neat Pernod, yum.
I got very wobbly on Dragon's Breath. My local serves a lot of Dartmoor Ales and Sharpes Breweries beers, well, they are local ones so no surprise there.Had a pint of Dartmoor's Dragon's Breath at the Old Inn, Widecombe-in-the Moor, yesterday. I think it's really a winter warmer beer, but suited me fine. Might have been coincidence, but as we drove up to Haytor the visibility was crystal-clear and we could see the Channel beyond the Devon coast.
As an aside ( and because I was driving I couldn't get a picture for the Pointless Signs thread) the village sign as we arrived had been altered to "Widecombe-in-the-Mood".
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