See you at the pub for fish and chips and a pint…or two 😉
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Sounds and looks good to me!!
We’ll get there in time for the specials 🙂
Beer taps are such cool photo subjects. You got a nice selection here. Cheers =)
I’d photograph more of them because the names are so interesting but they have this habit of having mirrors behind them and….well you know LOL
Yeah, I know. I recall a decent set up at a place where they had the bar in the middle of the room. That works better
Well, it really early (when I’m posting this) here in the US, but I’m ready to start! You’re right, though…. it’s 5 o’clock somewhere! Cheers, to you too!
Cya at the pub later, mate 😉
Salut by Rinaldo from Venice Italy ☺ .
Grazie and Salut to you 🙂
FYI… if you ever find yourself in CO, New Belgium Brewing Company gives the best brewery tour – photo worthy, blog worthy, and drink worthy 😉
Sounds like an all around winner 😉
Brew pubs! It seems like we have a million of them in Albuquerque (18 was the last count). I did a couple of posts on the inner workings of two of the brewpubs in Albuquerque last October.
This isn’t a brew pub it’s a pub pub! They just have all sorts of stuff on tap and some darn good all you can eat fish and chips.
So they are what they call a “Tap” here? That’s a pub that gets beer from a variety of micro-breries around the state. We have lots of them, as well. I don’t drink beer. Never have been able to acquire a taste for it.
There are only two beers I like other than that I am hard cider fan.
You’re two beers ahead of me. Now you’re talking when it comes to hard cider. I’d much rather drink apples than eat them! They have wonderful hard cider in Northern Spain. They call it sidra.
Good to know. Best cider I had was in Devon, England and made from apples from DH’s uncle’s orchard. Cider was all I drank when in the UK.
Great shot…I’m there!!
C’mon over 🙂
And I am ready…not stops for me at Beaver Brook so I will be paying a bit more for my wine now!
Perhaps you will find another good place.
Yes, you know I will – have an awesome weekend my friend.
Thanks and refreshing too 😉
I think a taste test is in order
And that is what flights were invented for 🙂