Beer and biscuits
Published: 29 August 2019
Postcode Envy from Pentrich Brewery. Very impressive as a taster but the interest wains as the volume consumed increases. It probably follows some kind of principle, theorem or law. One that you can solve with a quadratic equation or somat.
I say "you" advisedly, me, I couldn't recognise a quadratic when it came up and bit me, which Max swears it did a week last Wednesday.
The beer might retain my interest longer if t'were properly fined. As it is, like others we've looked at here, it is "naturally hazy" and resembles nothing so much as Maggie Hughes' washing up water. Of course we only have Maggie's word for that. You'd think given that fining is something they haven't done, the beer might be cheaper but it ain't.
"Money for nothing" said Max dryly"
"Isn't that a gramaphone recording by Dire Straights Max?"
"Good grief" said Max sounding more exasperated than he had any right to be. "Look, I've done bugger all today, so why don't you go to the bar and find me a biscuit?"
Aug 17, 2019, 11:22 PM