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  1. Hi @DavidM This is a topic that has many a varied views. There is nothing wrong with Carb Drops, but sugar is cheaper & in my opinion better, I switched to it ages ago. @MUZZY has a patent on his method of priming bottles so I won't steal his thunder & let him respond. Attached are 2 types of Sugar measures, the top one is for 330ml/375ml/750ml The bottom one is for 375ml & 750ml, they are both easy to use & take little time if you organise your bottling day, practice will make perfect. Good Luck & Cheers Phil
  2. Sorry old boy it's grammar. But that's OK.
  3. I agree it very nice, I rarely buy commercial beer but that would be among the short list when I actually do.
  4. Time for a Furphy, your'e always glad you opened one or six or whatever ... it's Friday.
  5. Hey Pale Man I bought these yesterday for $12 x 6 pack at Liquor Land, great beer too !!
  6. I have tried it & some of the others & thought it was pretty good, my local Liquor Land stocks these so plenty to choose from. Cheers. I just found this so it must be better than I thought. Tinnies Pale Ale, which is brewed in Victoria by craft brewers Brick Lane Brewery, was named World’s Best Pale Bitter in the 4.5% to 5.5% category. The beer was picked out of more than 3,500 beers from 56 countries over a series of blind tastings.
  7. OOP'S better slip down to the LHBS for some yeast after you have cleaned up of course !!
  8. Punctuation Matters! I was walking past a farm and a sign said: "Duck, Eggs" I thought: That's an unnecessary comma - and then it hit me." ................................................................................................ The punctuation panda A panda walks into a bar. He orders a sandwich, eats it, then draws a gun and fires two shots in the air. "Why? Why are you behaving in this strange, un-panda-like fashion?" asks the confused waiter, as the panda walks towards the exit. The panda produces a badly punctuated wildlife manual and tosses it over his shoulder. "I'm a panda," he says, at the door. "Look it up." The waiter turns to the relevant entry and, sure enough, finds an explanation. "Panda: Large black-and-white bear-like mammal, native to China. Eats, shoots and leaves.
  9. Hi @Thirsty Jim You are probably right, as I said I was employed by the Berri Hotel as part of the security, I used to run a Gym called Riverland Health Studio & co-incidentally Don Dunstan was opening the new Berri Memorial Caravan Park in 1972 ( probably other duties as well. We were holding the Australian Powerlifting Championships in the Beer Gardens of the Hotel & towards the end of the event I noticed him in the audience & asked him if he would present the trophies & he said "I would be delighted to". And he did, marvellously, I still have mine 2nd in the Light Heavyweight Class. In spite of Don's preferences he was an gentleman, well dressed, polite & always willing to help out. Years later he opened a Restaurant in Norwood called "Don's Table" with his male partner & I was to find myself there selling him advertising, he even remembered me from the Weightlifting event. The event - Confest was a bit of a blast & of course we spent the most of the time escorting drunks & other's affected by the hop looking plant they were smoking out of the event. I haven't been to anymore of them. Cheers
  10. Just simple arithmetic mate, it's like Happy Hour - " The More You Drink, The More You Save"
  11. I could probably name them all saying any more would make me look .... well something.
  12. Cheers Mate I have been designing & selling them for years, I decided it was my turn for a few. Cheers Phil
  13. Cheers @kmar92 it was, just simple & it tasted good. Cheers.
  14. I just remembered it was Dr Jim Cairns & Junie Morosi that organised the Rock Festival/Protest in the 70's that I attended, it was held at an isolated part of the Murray River called 'Martin's Bend' just out of Berri SA - what a blast.
  15. That would be a tall order filling the criteria for a position like that, you would be among the best in the country looking for a career change & perhaps a re-location. Big corporates like that only want the cream of the crop to uphold their reputation & branding. That's my thoughts.
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