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On 2/25/2023 at 11:55 AM, LastOneLeftInTheCounty said:

Agreed, it’s disgusting. Same with most commercial brands. 
Used to be a fan of Ruddles green ale only because it was the first beer I ever tried when I was young. 
Old Speckled Hen was nice when it first came out but not anymore. 
Enjoyed the first few cans of Brewdog when they first came out, but moved on in taste and quality to some new gear:

Try ANY blonde ale, pale ale from the West Country of England, particularly Bristol and Wales. It’s absolutely gorgeous! Might have something to do with the soft water and decent barley varieties

 

(Ps, the ginger geezer from countryfile, Adam? He’s a farmer, his beer is excellent, it’s from Bristol, think it’s called Longhorn Rare Breed. Smooth as shit, could drink a gallon easily.)

ruddles county was one of the best beers ive tasted but alas they stopped brewing it,boddingtons used to be good too before strangeways brewery closed..i only drink blonde beer now and rate oakham and salopanian ales but the only trouble i find with beer it makes you pee alot especially at night but i guess when you get older the old kidneys dont cope very well with alcohol

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19 hours ago, masonfreeparty2 said:

ruddles county was one of the best beers ive tasted but alas they stopped brewing it,boddingtons used to be good too before strangeways brewery closed..i only drink blonde beer now and rate oakham and salopanian ales but the only trouble i find with beer it makes you pee alot especially at night but i guess when you get older the old kidneys dont cope very well with alcohol

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Ruuudddllleeess! Oooh! Green Ale! 

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22 hours ago, masonfreeparty2 said:

ruddles county was one of the best beers ive tasted but alas they stopped brewing it,boddingtons used to be good too before strangeways brewery closed..i only drink blonde beer now and rate oakham and salopanian ales but the only trouble i find with beer it makes you pee alot especially at night but i guess when you get older the old kidneys dont cope very well with alcohol

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1 hour ago, Mikhail Liebestein said:

 

I remember going to a wedding aged 12 and getting bollocked by my parents for drinking 4 pints of Ruddles County Shandy!!!

 

What is it about Ruddles and peoples youth? 
 

Did you get a little spannered from the shandy? 
I think I was about 9 yrs old when I was allowed a small glass of the green stuff. Fantastic tasting beer, it’s a pity they don’t make it anymore

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1 minute ago, LastOneLeftInTheCounty said:

 

What is it about Ruddles and peoples youth? 
 

Did you get a little spannered from the shandy? 
I think I was about 9 yrs old when I was allowed a small glass of the green stuff. Fantastic tasting beer, it’s a pity they don’t make it anymore

Apparently they do still make it. Not the same stuff or the same small bottles though….

https://shop.greeneking.co.uk/collections/ruddles-ale

 

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45 minutes ago, LastOneLeftInTheCounty said:

 

What is it about Ruddles and peoples youth? 
 

Did you get a little spannered from the shandy? 
I think I was about 9 yrs old when I was allowed a small glass of the green stuff. Fantastic tasting beer, it’s a pity they don’t make it anymore

 

No, don't think I got spannered, I was quite a tall 12 year old. Not like the time drank most of a bootle of whisky and tried to get off with my mates mum (she was a milf).

 

Yes, the true Rutland Ruddles has gone, there is a Greene King version, but I've never been keen on Greene King. 

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1 hour ago, Mikhail Liebestein said:

 

No, don't think I got spannered, I was quite a tall 12 year old. Not like the time drank most of a bootle of whisky and tried to get off with my mates mum (she was a milf).

 

Yes, the true Rutland Ruddles has gone, there is a Greene King version, but I've never been keen on Greene King. 

Ha ha yep you always fancy your mates mum, or your girlfriends mum!
 

Reminds me of a time when we were about 16, our mates parents went on holiday so he had a free house, it didn’t take long for the older lads to force their way over and raid their well stocked drinks cabinet, they drank about ten bottles of whiskey, replaced it all with cold tea, then rung up loads of porn hotlines with a phone bill running into hundreds of pounds. Those were the days!

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they started mass producing beer when they started using hops because hops preserves the beer

 

The only problem with that is that hops make you soporific and has estrogenic properties which is why men can develop beer bellies from drinking hoppy beer.

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1 hour ago, Macnamara said:

they started mass producing beer when they started using hops because hops preserves the beer

 

The only problem with that is that hops make you soporific and has estrogenic properties which is why men can develop beer bellies from drinking hoppy beer.

 Yes, I vaguely remember from a school history lesson that it was hugely controversial when they brewed beer with hops. Before then it was ale, which safer to drink than water because the alcohol killed the bugs; now we drink chlorine in the water instead, alas. 

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BEER’S SOME GOOD NEWS 

Scientists confirm what we’ve always known about drinking a pint of beer

 
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20 hours ago, Campion said:

 Yes, I vaguely remember from a school history lesson that it was hugely controversial when they brewed beer with hops. Before then it was ale, which safer to drink than water because the alcohol killed the bugs; now we drink chlorine in the water instead, alas. 

 

yeah they used to drink 'small beer' in the medieval period

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23 hours ago, LastOneLeftInTheCounty said:

BEER’S SOME GOOD NEWS 

Scientists confirm what we’ve always known about drinking a pint of beer

 

 

I know it's in the old current bun, but there is truth here.

 

I'm no almost 50, but drink small amounts regularly. I am very happy , have no health conditions and never caught Covnvid. Most of those "dying of Convid" were teetotal.

 

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56 minutes ago, Mikhail Liebestein said:

 

I know it's in the old current bun, but there is truth here.

 

I'm no almost 50, but drink small amounts regularly. I am very happy , have no health conditions and never caught Covnvid. Most of those "dying of Convid" were teetotal.

 


Proof that when your happy, your body functions better. 

 

When the world takes a shine like you’ve had too much wine

 

Tried a nice beer the other day called Wherry, 3.5%, only had two pints but felt a bit bladdered.

it’s not the amount of alcohol in the drink it’s the quality of the alcohol and how it was produced. 

A bit like someone’s homemade wine I tried a few yrs ago, the quality of the alcohol was excellent, felt like pure joy, none of this gutteral low down feeling you get from supermarket booze. 

You were lucky not to have caught convid, back in 2021 I thought I’d never get my taste and smell back, after a week it came back. the spike protein detox has sorted me out though, glutathione, NAC, zinc, zeolite and loads of fruit and veg, particularly mushrooms and greens, also eggs. 
Thanks to this forum, activist post and expose for the detox.
I’ll drink to that 

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On 9/26/2022 at 2:20 PM, Captainlove said:

Any alcohol is not good for you.

All people who broke longevity records drunk some alcohol. Resveratrol from wine probably is most important... Yes - you can take it without alcohol but it wasn't possible in the past and who knows if it's not better to drink whole to absorb it better? 

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1 hour ago, LastOneLeftInTheCounty said:


Proof that when your happy, your body functions better. 

 

When the world takes a shine like you’ve had too much wine

 

Tried a nice beer the other day called Wherry, 3.5%, only had two pints but felt a bit bladdered.

it’s not the amount of alcohol in the drink it’s the quality of the alcohol and how it was produced. 

A bit like someone’s homemade wine I tried a few yrs ago, the quality of the alcohol was excellent, felt like pure joy, none of this gutteral low down feeling you get from supermarket booze. 

You were lucky not to have caught convid, back in 2021 I thought I’d never get my taste and smell back, after a week it came back. the spike protein detox has sorted me out though, glutathione, NAC, zinc, zeolite and loads of fruit and veg, particularly mushrooms and greens, also eggs. 
Thanks to this forum, activist post and expose for the detox.
I’ll drink to that 

Isn't it suspicious for you that there was no flu in 21/22? How about it was just another flu variant? I'm sorry but I lost taste many times during colds with high temperature. And I had pneumonia two times before 2019... (It definitely sucks BTW) Didn't you have flu nor cold in the past? RESPECT. I don't think there is anything special about losing smell or taste... I'm surprised they made so much buzz about it in 2020 and all these half-brain experts clapped to it. It was always symptom of cold and flu. It's natural way for the body to force the fasting to get rid of toxins.

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9 hours ago, Human10 said:

All people who broke longevity records drunk some alcohol. Resveratrol from wine probably is most important... Yes - you can take it without alcohol but it wasn't possible in the past and who knows if it's not better to drink whole to absorb it better? 

Alcohol is a poison. There is far to much proof to say otherwise. In the past children drank a very low % beer as it was safer than the water in medi evil times.

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10 hours ago, Human10 said:

Isn't it suspicious for you that there was no flu in 21/22? How about it was just another flu variant? I'm sorry but I lost taste many times during colds with high temperature. And I had pneumonia two times before 2019... (It definitely sucks BTW) Didn't you have flu nor cold in the past? RESPECT. I don't think there is anything special about losing smell or taste... I'm surprised they made so much buzz about it in 2020 and all these half-brain experts clapped to it. It was always symptom of cold and flu. It's natural way for the body to force the fasting to get rid of toxins.

Who knows what it was, flu dressed up as covid? 
Didn’t like the symptoms tho, I’ve never experienced senses loss to that degree before. Who cares anyway I’m immune now, havnt had anything since. 

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1 hour ago, Captainlove said:

Alcohol is a poison. There is far to much proof to say otherwise. In the past children drank a very low % beer as it was safer than the water in medi evil times.

Quantity makes a poison and a cure. 

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57 minutes ago, LastOneLeftInTheCounty said:

Who knows what it was, flu dressed up as covid? 
Didn’t like the symptoms tho, I’ve never experienced senses loss to that degree before. Who cares anyway I’m immune now, havnt had anything since. 

Every few years flu hit some people more than usual... 

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Beer is good for you the govt 

 

"The rate on beer (with a strength between 2.8 and 7.5 per cent) is 19.08 pence per litre for each percentage point of alcohol. For example, the rate on a 5 per cent strength beer is 95.40 pence per litre – around 54 pence per pint. 

 

The rate on cider depends on its strength and whether it is still or sparkling. For a sparkling cider (with a strength of between 1.2 and 5.5 per cent) the rate is 40.38 pence per litre – around 23 pence per pint."

 

https://obr.uk/forecasts-in-depth/tax-by-tax-spend-by-spend/alcohol-duties/ 

 

Hmmm, 23p or 54p a pint in tax? I'll stick with cider methinks 😉 

 

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