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More train related beers. This place used to be the shed that the British transport police hung out in. I say shed as it is a small wooden building attached to the main station. It’s now been turned into a decent little micro pub, but it gets super cold and damp when it’s raining. They usually have a heater on but with current British issues they’ve probably got rid of that.

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san diego is a sea of so-called mexican beer, which are no more mexican than cinco de mayo. and IPAs that numb the palate as quickly as they numb the senses. tonight i walked into my local bottle shop with a mighty thirst. already in a haze from cheap beer and expensive hot wings. 

 

i opened the glass door the the walk in freezer and glanced around. usual suspects surrounded me.. over my right shoulder i saw something uncommon in the southwestern united states. in my haste the enter the walk in cooler called the "beer cave" i paid no attention to the rows of six packs on the shelves easily accessible through the glass doors

 

over my right shoulder i saw something from the opposite end of the continent. from our friendly neighbors to the north. the great white north as ive heard it called. LABATT!

 

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On 10/28/2022 at 8:52 PM, KILZ FILLZ said:

san diego is a sea of so-called mexican beer, which are no more mexican than cinco de mayo. and IPAs that numb the palate as quickly as they numb the senses. tonight i walked into my local bottle shop with a mighty thirst. already in a haze from cheap beer and expensive hot wings. 

 

i opened the glass door the the walk in freezer and glanced around. usual suspects surrounded me.. over my right shoulder i saw something uncommon in the southwestern united states. in my haste the enter the walk in cooler called the "beer cave" i paid no attention to the rows of six packs on the shelves easily accessible through the glass doors

 

over my right shoulder i saw something from the opposite end of the continent. from our friendly neighbors to the north. the great white north as ive heard it called. LABATT!

 

 

please don't judge us on Labatt. 

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