Spoonfest

Not too bad locally
I've only seen the USA 7.% in Ross (Royal Mail) , but they'd "had a gas leak" so were unable to dispense any Hand Pumped ales; - a bit dodgy eh?
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Esra Sdrawkcab
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More likely some prat who doesn't understand the difference between cask =
and keg!
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BrianW

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Steve Pampling
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Steven Pampling
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The "prat" I was referring to was a Spoons employee! :-)
--=20 Brian
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BrianW

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Well, I will have no problem with that for a while. Our barmaid is destined to be the next Miss Universe in body building :-)
Dave
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Dave

I have always been one to ask about accents that come into my local real ale pub, but I am curious as to your name.
You do not have to answer this and I will not take offence if you do not.
Can you let an Englishman know how you say it and where does the name originate from?
Many thanks
Dave
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Dave
It's still April 1, innit? No, wait, I'm eight hours behind British time...
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dgs
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dgs

I'm glad you enjoyed the Tokyo Black. I regularly meet the brewer, Toshi Ishii at beer festivals here. He's very proud of his beers.
Wayne
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Wayne

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