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Old 07-23-2005, 03:29 AM   #21
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If you like Scottish Ales it might be worth seeing if you can find any Caledonian beers (http://www.caledonian-brewery.co.uk). It used to be an independent but has recently been taken over by Scottish and Newcastle.

My favourite Cale beers are the Deuchars IPA and their 80 shilling - both fantastic on draft and only slightly poorer in the bottle


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Nice website and that Caledonian 80 shilling looks mouth-watering! But, DAMN! You can't get it here in the States. Damn bassackwards purtian American politicians @#$@%#!!

But there's hope for us Yanks. They do have it on tap in Ontario. That's only about six hours away for me. And the Bell's Brewery in Michigan is on the way, right off the Interstate!

Road trip !
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Old 07-24-2005, 06:49 AM   #22
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(any word on the bastard they took out in London today? hope it saved some grief and lives..........)
Latest news is he wasn't connected to the attempted bombings!!!!!!!!!!

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Old 07-26-2005, 12:41 AM   #23
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Yeah, the poor bastard was an innocent Brazillian as I'm sure we all know now...makes one think twice hopefully before jumping to conclusions...

FWIW, on the subject of Lambics, there is a new book out called Wild Brews. I haven't gotten it yet but I will soon. It sounds very interesting and helpful in terms of making something like a Texas lambic.

I have had some success making lambic by pitching yeast cultured from Cantillon bottles...

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Old 08-08-2005, 04:17 AM   #24
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Yeah, the poor bastard was an innocent Brazillian as I'm sure we all know now...makes one think twice hopefully before jumping to conclusions...
Or maybe it will make one think twice about running from the police, onto a subway train, after a terrorist attack on subway trains. Hmmm...
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i'll pass along the lambic info the the club guy that's going to try the "Texas" lambic....should be an interesting brew.

i'm on a grand jury right now, and it's amazing at how many people run from the police when they have no reason too. idiots!

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As it turns out, the guy wasn't wearing a big coat, and didn't run. At least that's one report I heard. In that case, the cops screwed up big time.

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