This forum really does lack a sense of humour, my posts were pretty deadpan but I thought that someone might find them amusing, just proves that the old adage that 'bullsh*t baffles brains' still applies.
Aussie beer can be pretty good though I am now well out of date. Draught Coopers, out of Adelaide, was top class back at the end of the 80s but for every good pint, there was plenty of very poor fair from the likes of Toohys and Fosters.
Haha, thought it wasa all keg in Oz?
It is, or certainly was back in my day as a Sydney resident. Any kind of cask conitioned ale was extremely rare then though I believe the trend towards small and micro breweries is taking hold even down under.
Furthermore, you need to broaden you outlook regarding Keg beer, try googling Craft Keg and look for entrys like Brewdog and Perfect Pint whose websites are quite informative.
My local, a CAMRA regional prizewinner has a normal complement of 6 real ales, a real cider and a perry, several imported Belgian beers on draught and 2 or 3 craft keg beers.
Both the Belgian beers and the craft kegs require carbonation and they are as far from the mass market kegs of yesteryear as it is possible to get.
Brands like Thornbridge ana Dark Arts, both available in my pub over the weekent might not be traditional real ale, but it is damn good beer.
We do so many shows in a row,
And these towns all look the same,
We just pass the time in our hotel room
And wander 'round backstage,
Till the lights come up, and we hear that crowd,
And we remember why we came.
Excellent, keeps you on your toes! People are far too complacent on this forum.
Admittedly we don't boast about our favourite anti-tank weaponry, or how fast we can drive after drinking "a bottle of rum and a box of beer", but I fail to see how that makes us complacent.
And your post completely makes my point.
A little light hearted banter is all it is, no big deal, chill.
I never said that I drove fast. I am a defensive driver. 20+ years experience. Background with 350hp vehicle. It is not drink driving that kills, but rather recklessness. Alcoh.ol and speed is collectively deadly
Are you interested in hi-fi? Have any of your posts contained anything directly related to hi-fi? Apologies if I missed something ...
What classical music are you listening to?
I studied amplifers at component level back in the 90s. I am very obsolete not having a clue about class d. Never done an audio project worth mentioning though.
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