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That's no way to treat your Linn!!

 

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18 minutes ago, ThirdDrawerDown said:

He's right. Only ever put a light beer on a suspended turntable.

Ha ha...😂.....no light beer here... on my Rega P9........

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These go well together.  Can't work out why pic is upside down 

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now, that's what I call wonderful tracking.  doing it upside down is no small feat.  don't take the top off the beer   :party

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1 hour ago, OLLY said:

These go well together.  Can't work out why pic is upside down 

 

Hahhahahaa seems that one has had too many of those beers !!??

Guess that comes from the land down under? Is Men At Work going to be spun today?

 

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I'm afraid the only men at work today is me.  Can't figure out why the pic is upside down as it's normal in my gallery but got inverted on posting.As John Lennon said "Strange Days Indeed"

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52 minutes ago, artaudio said:

Hahaha, what's the LP-12 drinking? 

 

LOL Gotta get A 750ml bottle so it's head can peak over the top 😁

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36 minutes ago, analog brother said:

shane you need something japanese--- asahi or sapporo haha

although both your yin and yang beers are in scarce supply this summer!

cheers,

 

james

 

but James.  These beers are not Japanese anymore!!

 

Sapporo is brewed in somewhere like Canada, so we don't get the good Japanese brew.

 

Asahi is bloody brewed in China - its banned in my household - and it tastes like crap compared to the old Asahi or on tap.  The Asahi Black is still brewed in Japan and that is good.

 

 

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2 hours ago, metal beat said:

 

but James.  These beers are not Japanese anymore!!

 

Sapporo is brewed in somewhere like Canada, so we don't get the good Japanese brew.

 

Asahi is bloody brewed in China - its banned in my household - and it tastes like crap compared to the old Asahi or on tap.  The Asahi Black is still brewed in Japan and that is good.

 

 

Ohh I wasn’t aware of this. Thanks for the heads up re Asahi Black :) 

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2 minutes ago, crtexcnndrm99 said:

Ohh I wasn’t aware of this. Thanks for the heads up re Asahi Black :) 

 

If you check the fine print on the Asahi super dry case or bottle,  it will have brewed and bottled in China.

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yeah asahi black has the true provenance. great beer. i gotta check the sapporo cans though, i think they are still made in japan too.

most of the import beers have been bastardised, probably only the top-end belgian ones like chimay, duvel, et al been left alone.

you are right - you gotta always read the labels as they come from anywhere these days. the japanese own most of the big aussie breweries anyway...

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29 minutes ago, metal beat said:

 

If you check the fine print on the Asahi super dry case or bottle,  it will have brewed and bottled in China.

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On 12/1/2021 at 10:56 PM, metal beat said:

 

If you check the fine print on the Asahi super dry case or bottle,  it will have brewed and bottled in China.

asahi btls are hard to find at the moment hence why they are coming in from everywhere, although i checked the 500ml cans, and they are made in japan.

the sapporo large cans are made in vietnam!

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An enjoyable beer brewed in Darwin by the One Mile Brewing Company. (One Mile is one of the original place names within Darwin and is still used). This beer “No Limit” refers to the fact that at one time we had no speed limit on the Stuart Highway outside towns. 
 

They also brew:

  •  The “RDO” the ‘Rostered Day Off’, a public service perk; and 
  • My favourite, the “4:21”, 4.21pm (yes 21 minutes) being the official NT public service knock off time. 

Cheers

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Quite a tasty drop.  I think it’s a Japanese brewed one (I can’t read the writing)...

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