The Mac and Treatystones Gay Beer Thread


#3384

Looks a lovely pint that, enjoy mate.


#3385

I’m uptown mate. Now you have put it into to my head to lay out a few tunes. No better way to round off an intense period of international travel and building relationships


#3386

You’d want to hand that pint back @Tassotti, you can tell by the head on it that its come out of uncleaned pipes


#3387

I wouldn’t wash the tractor with that shite


#3388

What’s wrong with ale mate?


#3389

Supping a couple of Guinness Rye Pale Ales for the first time. Very moreish.


#3390

Get on the West Indies yellow label stuff


#3391

I’ll track down a couple of these bad boys later and revert with my findings. :+1:


#3392

It’s unreal pal…


#3393


cc @ChocolateMice
#coybig


#3394

Ah lovely.


#3396

You’ll be dying after 6 of them


#3397

How did you go, pal?


#3398

Twas grand, I’d be more of an ale man from the bottles. 7/10


#3399

This the first one to fall?

Be a few more after them no doubt.

It’s no wonder they went broke when they spent €158k on a creditors list.


#3400

I had a few cans of lager there on Wednesday night and they were delicious.

Craft beer is over.


#3401

@bandage had this called sometime back. Ahead of the curve as always.


#3402

liquidators :pint:


#3403

" The court heard the company, which made the beer from natural mountain lake water and carrageen moss, has a creditor’s list totalling €158,000. "

:grinning:


#3404

Thinly veiled: tap water.