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Old 11-26-2017, 01:36 AM   #2526
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For supper we finished off most of the T-day leftovers, all the elk, venison, and goose. Urp. All washed down with V8, the vegetable course of the feast.

Tomorrow's promised breakfast includes avocado omelet and pumpkin pie. But no coffee for me, not till the cardiologist says so, and she's on vacation.

Upcoming schedule:

* These weekend days: rest.
* Monday: Run to town for critical supplies, like whipped cream for all the pie. And finally get around to restringing the mandola.
* Tuesday: There's fresh bear poop under the fig tree so I'll pour laundry bleach into the can when I haul trash to the road for pickup.
* Wednesday: Drive to Sacramento for more shopping and my next laser eyeball surgery. Try to avoid high-speed police chases.
* Thursday and onward: Suffer. No wine. No coffee. Suffer more.

I bought a fresh set of earplugs to block horrible XMas 'music' spewing from many shops. I prefer to hit a few jazz chords and sing my own holiday song: It's XMas Eve, Let's Fuck Like Gerbils Tonight.

For the more flamboyant of you guys, there's (to the tune of Walking in a Winter Wonderland) that old classic, Walking 'Round in Women's Underwear. Make that accordion wail, Gretchen!

I'll murder for coffee soon.
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Old 11-26-2017, 04:31 AM   #2527
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For supper we finished off most of the T-day leftovers, all the elk, venison, and goose. Urp. All washed down with V8, the vegetable course of the feast.

Tomorrow's promised breakfast includes avocado omelet and pumpkin pie. But no coffee for me, not till the cardiologist says so, and she's on vacation.

Upcoming schedule:

* These weekend days: rest.
* Monday: Run to town for critical supplies, like whipped cream for all the pie. And finally get around to restringing the mandola.
* Tuesday: There's fresh bear poop under the fig tree so I'll pour laundry bleach into the can when I haul trash to the road for pickup.
* Wednesday: Drive to Sacramento for more shopping and my next laser eyeball surgery. Try to avoid high-speed police chases.
* Thursday and onward: Suffer. No wine. No coffee. Suffer more.

I bought a fresh set of earplugs to block horrible XMas 'music' spewing from many shops. I prefer to hit a few jazz chords and sing my own holiday song: It's XMas Eve, Let's Fuck Like Gerbils Tonight.

For the more flamboyant of you guys, there's (to the tune of Walking in a Winter Wonderland) that old classic, Walking 'Round in Women's Underwear. Make that accordion wail, Gretchen!

I'll murder for coffee soon.

Good Luck with that eye-watering stuff.
I prefer your song to that smaltzy Holiday rubbish.
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Old 11-26-2017, 02:32 PM   #2528
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I was up early. Took my meds. Made the coffee. Got lured back to bed.

Does the first cup of coffee after noon have the same affect as the first one in the morning? Not that it really matters. I wouldn't miss the fun and games for anything.

Lunch, lunch, lunch, is next on the agenda. Cereal under a blanket tent. That could be fun.
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Old 11-26-2017, 04:09 PM   #2529
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Any opinions out there on Fuller's London Pride Ale? I bought a four-pack yesterday but won't break into it until Tuesday.
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Old 11-26-2017, 04:25 PM   #2530
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Good luck with the eyeball surgery!

I have done all the work for the day already, except folding laundry. Dinner is even in the crock pot. Rest of the day is about rest, coffee, reading, writing, wine. Munchkin in the tub now.

Trying to put a positive spin on a couple rough days and find the right light to look at things in. It'll all come out in the wash and things will be renewed.

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Very distinctive complex flavour. No head. Drink coolish but not cold. Suggest no more than two bottles a session per person. If you like it, graduate to Fullers ESB - but be careful.
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Any opinions out there on Fuller's London Pride Ale? I bought a four-pack yesterday but won't break into it until Tuesday.
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Very distinctive complex flavour. No head. Drink coolish but not cold. Suggest no more than two bottles a session per person. If you like it, graduate to Fullers ESB - but be careful.
Broadly speaking, I concur.
Don't pour it too fast


There was a time [within living memory] when about the only 'London' beer was Watneys (unless you really knew where to look)
See here:- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lQLhfbBt1Lc.
I the opinion of my mates & I, the best that could be said of it was "It does not travel very well".
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Very distinctive complex flavour. No head. Drink coolish but not cold. Suggest no more than two bottles a session per person. If you like it, graduate to Fullers ESB - but be careful.
Oops. Then I'll get it out of the fridge and keep it in the garage. Thanks.
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Evening all, The coffee is refreshed and the kettle is hot.

I got some writing done and most of an edit done. I really should be working on the second chapter of the western but... I still haven't decided whether to do it for Lit or mainstream. I guess I could do a Lit version and then edit it for Mainstream consideration.

That would please my editor and her husband. Especially the husband. I get a thank you card from him every time I send her a piece with the Lit stuff still in it.
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Old 11-26-2017, 10:19 PM   #2535
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Well, it's beer nite tonite and a wild assortment it is in the house of Chloe's Ancestors. We have local craft beer, we have Aussie beer (Fosters, VB and 4X), we have Budweiser, we have some Labatts from Canada. We have Newcastle Brown Ale, we have Castle from South Africa, corona of course, Heineken and some Belgian stuff to blow your socks off. Vodka and Slivovitz for those like my pops that like it a little stronger. Everyone except me is knocking it back but I'm driving tomorrow so I'm passing. Told my guy to go for it. He can sleep it off tomorrow.

One large coffee for me. The war stories are gonna start any minute now...
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For the next eight days it will be Murphy's Irish Stout or possibly Guinness. I'll be in Dublin for about eight days and then in Vienna for three and down the Danube for eight. What will I be drinking, besides glüwein? Who knows or cares? See y'all back about the 18th.
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For the next eight days it will be Murphy's Irish Stout or possibly Guinness. I'll be in Dublin for about eight days and then in Vienna for three and down the Danube for eight. What will I be drinking, besides glüwein? Who knows or cares? See y'all back about the 18th.
I have an idea the Danube won't be very blue this time of year. Have a good time and enjoy your time away from the stormy PNW.
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Morning HP, Yes it is still morning somewhere.

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Morning all,

The coffee is ready.

I forgot to get cereal yesterday when grocery shopping, so I'm having oatmeal cookies for breakfast.
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Very distinctive complex flavour. No head. Drink coolish but not cold. Suggest no more than two bottles a session per person. If you like it, graduate to Fullers ESB - but be careful.
The word is "Cellar cool" (50-55 F).

Meanwhile, it's time for another coffee, before making another aerial for a pal of mine.
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The word is "Cellar cool" (50-55 F).

Meanwhile, it's time for another coffee, before making another aerial for a pal of mine.
One cuppa coming up.

I finished off the last of the turkey for lunch.

Now for a little writing time.
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The word is "Cellar cool" (50-55 F).
I'll be trying it tonight. The last time I checked it was a little warmer than 50-55F, but the outdoor temps have dropped since then, so maybe it'll be close.
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I'll be trying it tonight. The last time I checked it was a little warmer than 50-55F, but the outdoor temps have dropped since then, so maybe it'll be close.
A lot of folk (notably visitors, the young, inexperienced or the very aged) seem to think there's something rather strange about a good English Beer, and that it is 'warm' and characterless (in that there's no head [well not one like soap, anyway]), and that Beer should be bloody freezing (there was joy in some parts when one brewery got the temperature of what was poured down to Zero degrees C).

Wrong ! Dead Wrong !!

English Beer (particularly Bitter) should be cool (a choice restorative on a hot summer afternoon). And it should have a distinct 'flavour' (usually different in each part of the country).

Pressure by organisations like CAMRA (CamPaign for Real Ale) and general opposition to a real crap 'lager' resulted in more 'craft' breweries, and main brewers getting the message and thus the Beer in their pubs.

The message is still spreading - if somewhat slowly.
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Pressure by organisations like CAMRA (CamPaign for Real Ale) and general opposition to a real crap 'lager' resulted in more 'craft' breweries, and main brewers getting the message and thus the Beer in their pubs.

The message is still spreading - if somewhat slowly.
In my town we have four micro-pubs and five micro breweries. Only two of the breweries are competent so far. They're learning.

We have Shepherd Neame beer. In the past draught Shep's could be awful if the publican wasn't skilled in handling it. Now they are all well-trained by Shep's.

But I prefer draught Greene King but again the landlord has to know what he is doing.
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Murkans drink flabby 'beers' like Coors ice-cold to numb taste buds so they can't tell how insipid is the weak fairy piss. Back when I was allowed beer (before a month ago) I kept bottles of ales, IPAs, Anchor Steam etc, in cartons on the floor beside the kitchen table. Room temp is right. Icy sucks.

What else sucks: My recent cardiac restart lasted just 12 days. I'm back in deep a-fib now. Tomorrow, I visit the laser-wielding retinologist. Day after, I see the cardiologist. It's time for the conversation about what's next: ablation, stent, pacemaker, or what? If I stop posting here, send contributions to the California Native Plant Society.

Enough of that. No comments are necessary.

Ah, winter has arrived here in the central Sierra Nevada range. We were dusted with snow yesterday. No bear tracks, so I didn't fear schlepping the trash can out to the dirt road for pickup. The wild turkey flocks have migrated downhill. It's rutting season for deer but only a few gangbangs in our meadow so far.

I'm rationalizing my axes i.e. deciding which 'ukuleles to buy next. Likely another concert 'uke strung linear instead of re-entrant. And a tenor 'uke restrung to emulate a mandola. My current mandola is okay but cheap and the good one I want will cost about US$1200 next time I'm in Albuquerque, so a tenor and strings for $55 seems bargain-ish.

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So I got into the Fuller's London Pride. A thermometer set next to the bottles read 57 before I brought it in, so I set it in the fridge for a few minutes to bring the temp down a few degrees. I poured gently into the one-pint Mikasa crystal ale glass that my daughter gave me for Christmas last year and developed no head at all.

The beer has a beautiful reddish-amber color and a very clean nose. I thought the flavor was surprisingly mild, though the hops showed well on the back end.

I wondered a little about Ishtat's warning about servings so I checked the ABV value on the label. It was 4.7%. I think a typical US lager (not 'Lite') runs about 4.5%. I have maybe a dozen varieties of craft beers in the fridge and their ABV was all 5.2% or more (lowest being a Belgian-style White ale). The Scottish-style beer I had before dinner (brewed in Connecticut) had 8.5% ABV. So the Fuller's was the least alcoholic beer on hand.

Many US craft beers are very "in your face" when it comes to flavor. I draw a line someplace on this side of anything that Stone Brewing makes. The Fuller's was pleasantly drinkable.
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In my town we have four micro-pubs and five micro breweries. Only two of the breweries are competent so far. They're learning.

We have Shepherd Neame beer. In the past draught Shep's could be awful if the publican wasn't skilled in handling it. Now they are all well-trained by Shep's.

But I prefer draught Greene King but again the landlord has to know what he is doing.
I think that sums up the whole thing, Ogg. Too many licencees (I won't call them publicans) are merely 'ale vendors' who know little or nothing about what they are selling. Even A good German bier needs some care !
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So I got into the Fuller's London Pride. .

I wondered a little about Ishtat's warning about servings so I checked the ABV value on the label. It was 4.7%. I think a typical US lager (not 'Lite') runs about 4.5%. I have maybe a dozen varieties of craft beers in the fridge and their ABV was all 5.2% or more (lowest being a Belgian-style White ale). The Scottish-style beer I had before dinner (brewed in Connecticut) had 8.5% ABV. So the Fuller's was the least alcoholic beer on hand.
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The danger of London Pride isn't the alcohol level which compared with others is not that high. The danger is that it is a fairly mild flavour and it's very easy to think - oh just one more, mebbe two. And if you do pick up the ESB that is quite a bit stronger. A few years back it was about 6.2% but I think in recent times they reduced it two or three points. But as with 'London Pride', it is very 'easy' drinking.

Og's recommendation of Greene King is excellent. When I lived in UK I loved their 'Abbot Ale' - Unfortunately, it did not love me!
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