- What's in your Christmas Eve glass, then?
Cider, cider and some more cider.Posted 4 years ago
Jennings Cumbrian Bitter with dinner/tea.Posted 4 years ago
The a pint of Silver Adder followed by a Merry Elf at the local. It’s been a stonkingly good day/evening.
There’s some Chapter 9 eyeing me up from the kitchen.
A few cans of Ghost Ship, moved on to Pickerings and tonic.Posted 4 years ago
Ludlow Gold draught this arvo courtesy of the redoubtable Tally Ho Inn
G&Ts with slices of lime and cherries for the evening sir? Don’t mind if I did. Hic.Posted 4 years ago
Guests and their kids just left. Been cooking up a Carribbean feast since lunchtime so only fair to have a drink. I have drunk several Weisbeer’s during the afternoon/evening followed buy a few Mojito’s after dinner and finally sitting down with a nice vintage port before bed. So far it’s been a great Christmas!!Posted 4 years ago
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I expect beej’s fifth will be…..
😀Posted 4 years ago
Started with a selection of beers before moving on to balvenie (finished the dregs of the bottle) and now clearing the hip flask my best man filled for me on my wedding day, a rather nice vintage bushmills. Clearing the decks and making space in the whisky cabinet as there are some suspiciously whisky bottle shaped gifts under the tree!Posted 4 years ago
I’ve got a Thornbridge Peanut Butter Brown Ale on the beer shelf, so you’re pretty close.Posted 4 years ago
I have a polystyrene cup of tea as I’m working.Posted 4 years ago
A tumbler of JD Tennessee Honey & one of Glen something (Can’t remember which), with the StepDad earlier.Posted 4 years ago
With an evening of excited kids & some wrapping ahead it was probably not the best idea.
Tea for me too all day and tonight plus tonight had a splash of cocodimol as I’m still awake with a massive migraine arrrgggggghhhhhhhhhPosted 4 years ago
Some specials from bridge Road down in Victoria, followed by some wine, Christmas day has been g&t Sierra Nevada and more bridge Road specials good day in the sunPosted 4 years ago
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