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    And Portsmouth now...
    With a Seafarer ale...

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    Re: Beers and G-Shocks!

    Quote Originally Posted by acadian View Post
    This is becoming my playoff watch - Go Bruins

    I like Rogues Dead Guy ale. A SAK is a very satisfying way of getting into a beer ain’t it! Cheers


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    Re: Beers and G-Shocks!

    Quote Originally Posted by Wanderer16 View Post
    I like Rogues Dead Guy ale. A SAK is a very satisfying way of getting into a beer ain’t it! Cheers


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    understatement....love using my tools to get things done, including opening my brews :o)

    I always have at least one tool that opens bottles in my pockets..

    Dead Guy Ale is also good but this Hazelnut Brown is by far my favorite.

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    Re: Beers and G-Shocks!

    Quote Originally Posted by acadian View Post
    understatement....love using my tools to get things done, including opening my brews :o)

    I always have at least one tool that opens bottles in my pockets..

    Dead Guy Ale is also good but this Hazelnut Brown is by far my favorite.
    Good luck with your Bruins in the playoff’s!! I will have to give that one a try. I hear you on the tools/knives. My first quality multitool is due to arrive today, a Leatherman Wave. Replacing an old cheap one that broke on me recently. I think that’s why I like Casios so much, they are another great tool in my EDC.


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    Beers and G-Shocks!

    Quote Originally Posted by Wanderer16 View Post
    Good luck with your Bruins in the playoff’s!! I will have to give that one a try. I hear you on the tools/knives. My first quality multitool is due to arrive today, a Leatherman Wave. Replacing an old cheap one that broke on me recently. I think that’s why I like Casios so much, they are another great tool in my EDC.


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    Thank you so much...can't wait for the next series. I also hope the Sharks do well - I can actually see the Shark tank from my office :o)

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    After a long brewing day, it’s very nice to conclude the day with this Bolus Stout.

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    In Bath at the Salamander Pub.
    The pilgrimage continues...

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    That Garmin is certainly clocking up some miles now @Nemo_Sandman
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    Archie, Windsor and a Foster on Curry Thursday!

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    Re: Beers and G-Shocks!

    Quote Originally Posted by Nemo_Sandman View Post
    Archie, Windsor and a Foster on Curry

    Really enjoying the pictures!!

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