the cellar

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the cellar

Post by aki » Sat Sep 07, 2013 9:37 pm

for those interested marble summer and buxton moor top just put on

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Re: the cellar

Post by aki » Sat Sep 14, 2013 3:30 pm

hobsons champion mild 3.2
red willow endless 3.8
marble dobber 5.9
kent brewery pale 4.0

love and cuddles, aki

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Re: the cellar

Post by aki » Thu Sep 19, 2013 4:56 pm

coming up lovely stuff from marble, red willow, tiny rebel, kent, blackjack and boggarts

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Re: the cellar

Post by aki » Wed Oct 09, 2013 10:48 am

on at mo:
kent beyond the pale 5.4% red willow heartless 4.9 osb headmaster 4.5 osb detention 4.1

closely followed by:
marble pint 3.9, manchester bitter 4.2, earl grey ipa 6.8
wild beer fresh 5.5
saltaire (the name of this beer has deserted me but its a green hop) 4.8
portabello pale 4.0 american pale 5.0
tiny rebel billabong (double dry hopped version) 4.6
tyne bank penlan pale 3.7
red willow headless 3.8 endless 3.9

plus a couple of crafty kegs from weird beard and moor brewing :-)

ciao

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Re: the cellar

Post by jamesb » Wed Oct 09, 2013 5:49 pm

aki wrote: saltaire (the name of this beer has deserted me but its a green hop) 4.8
Sovereign Harvest?
James

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Re: the cellar

Post by aki » Thu Oct 10, 2013 1:19 pm

thats the badger!

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Re: the cellar

Post by robcee123 » Thu Oct 17, 2013 9:24 pm

Thanks for the Marble Earl Grey IPA 6.8% Saw the heads up on a Twitter somewhere and I am the last person on earth to follow Twitter, but it just popped up somewhere. Excellent.

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Re: the cellar

Post by aki » Fri Oct 18, 2013 1:32 pm

thanks for coming!

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Re: the cellar

Post by aki » Thu Jan 09, 2014 4:49 pm

good afternoon and happy 2014,

on now cask
harbour brew co. amber ale 4%
moor hoppiness 6.5%
burning sky plateau 3.5%
tiny rebel zool 4.8%

coming up
buxton spa 4.1%
tiny rebel beat box 4.5%
portobello market porter 4.6%
mallinson columbus nelson 4.3%
hop studio xp 4%
burning sky aurora 5.6%
red willow feckless 4.1%

on keg now brooklyn blast 9% douple ipa
redchurch great eastern india pale ale 7.4%

next
brooklyn fire and ice smoked porter 7.2%
weird beard shark biscuit 7.4%

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Re: the cellar

Post by mmatthej1 » Thu Jan 09, 2014 5:02 pm

.............'weird beard'...........sounds anti-beardist to me (v. non-PC!!)

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Re: the cellar

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Re: the cellar

Post by aki » Mon Jan 13, 2014 11:23 pm

new work experience boy, he's a good lad but a bit simple

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Re: the cellar

Post by oliver.nuther » Thu Jan 16, 2014 9:56 am

I came across an Akmeister working in a Bierkeller (Cellar Bar) in Munich, are you related perhaps?
He spoke with a funny accent also! :drink:

Joke for the Akmeister,

There's a small German town near Munich called Pfilzerplatz, and the town is renowned for producing fine stationery. Anyway, Munich had a problem --the thousands of stray dogs in the city were breeding with one another and overrunning the city. So the people of Munich banded together and ran the dogs out of the city. Unfortunately, the dogs appeared in Pfilzerplatz. Thedogs took over everything, and the mayor decided to evacuate the town. The paper mills were shut down, and everyone left.But a couple days later, the townsfolk, watching their town from the hills,saw smoke rising from the smokestacks. They knew no humans were left in the town, so they concluded that the dogs had learned to operate the factories.The mayor hurried to Munich's town hall and pleaded, "You've got to help us!The mills are alive with the hounds of Munich!"

I'll get me coat!! :cycle:

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Re: the cellar

Post by aki » Mon Jan 27, 2014 1:24 pm

guten tag,

caskaid monday brings you

lindow cheshire stout cheshire brewhouse 4.5
osb absent ipa 5.5
thornbridge wild swan 3.5
marble ginger 5.1

followed by

oakhams dolphin dance 3.7
franklins citra 5.5
buxton jaws gate 5.6
tiny rebels billabong 4.6

and some other real beauties to foller,

auf wiedersehen

akmeister

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