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Worst beer you have ever had at an away ground....

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That stuff that was sold under a Chequerboard thingy in Manchester...can't remember the name...

Dunno why I started the thread...

anyhow...Indulge yerselves.......

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B'mouth,Girlsberg,Toubourg what ever it was called,tasted like cat piddle and made my eyes bleed.....

Funny thing was i was in there stand too...M'eh....

UTO...

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Worst pint I've had at an away match was at Southend. 

You should have seen the bar maid trying to put ahead on it:biggrin:

Rank.

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Fosters, Stella, Carlsberg, Tuborg etc etc

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2 minutes ago, Inspector Lestrade said:

Never like any of it  due to the prices they bloody charge

Thanks for yer input...Say Hello to Sherlock for me lol

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Does anyone know the name of the p *ss served up by that Chequerboard company..Think it was a yellow an' black sign...Tried it at Man Utd...then tried it again once at Blackburn..cos I couldn't believe it was that bad the first time...

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In Euro 2016, and recently at a Portuguese league game, they were only selling alcohol free beer.

 

Amazingly they seemed to be doing a roaring trade too.

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1 minute ago, Inspector Lestrade said:

 

You mean Mycroft

. lol Say hello to yer "Croft" then...I'm not mithered................

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1 minute ago, HOOTIE AND THE poo TU said:

Went to Plymouth a few years ago

 

All that bloody way to find they only sold Carlsberg

 

I've not had any of that stuff since

Down there Hoots you should go for Cider.....Had some when Bristol Rovers played at Twerton near Bath..had twigs in...was halfway home before I realised we won....

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It's always the pint that tips you over the edge at an away football ground - due to:

1.arriving early and frequenting local bars, before going in to the ground and then... 

2. paying extortionate prices from people who can't keep beer (nemind serve it)...

In summary:

1.+ 2.,  makes me feel its a bad pint which ultimately makes me feel sick (sometimes literally)! 

 

 

 

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13 minutes ago, asteener1867 said:

Does anyone know the name of the p *ss served up by that Chequerboard company..Think it was a yellow an' black sign...Tried it at Man Utd...then tried it again once at Blackburn..cos I couldn't believe it was that bad the first time...

Wilsons brewery Manchester used a black and yellow chequerboard sign but they stopped brewing in 1987.

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8 minutes ago, Hookowl said:

Wilsons brewery Manchester used a black and yellow chequerboard sign but they stopped brewing in 1987.

Not f.ookin' surprised mate

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Fulham December 1983. We were on what was then the open end with the cottage in the corner to our right. Think it was a Friday night match and it was absolutely perishing. The beer was ice cold and I can only surmise it was a crafty cockney plot to give us all bleedin' pneumonia!

 

Game finished 1-1 with IIRC Tony Cunningham scoring on his debut. Cunningham was our first player with Afro-Carribean heritage and some idiots insisted on referring to him as Cooningham. Absolutely disgraceful.

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No beer allowed at the football in Scotland. It might be pish in some grounds but at least you have a choice down here!

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Think it was Tuborg or similar at Wembley, about £6 a go and turned to ash in my mouth as Diame banged in that thronker 

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