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#193597
Green Man

Tea 4 Weeks, 1 Day ago  
www.thesun.co.uk/news/10335365/boris-joh...lk-tea-bag/#comments

This has to be the best way to make tea, also you can see how strong it is. No one I know ever puts the milk in first. That includes the greasy spoon caf├ęs I go to.

My partner is a former police dog handler, so she likes her drinks sweet. (old habits die hard)
 
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#193600
Barney

Re:Tea 4 Weeks, 1 Day ago  
To me - and those who frequent a certain Surrey boozer - TEA is Traditional English Ale, brewed by the Hogs Back brewery for about 25 years.

An amber ale that goes down a treat with Fish & Chips - TEA is a major seller and award winner.

Sought after by the aristocracy of English beer drinkers; I am merely an Earl.

When newcomers to pubs around Surrey hear the order - 'a pint of tea, please' - eyebrows are raised, and the request is repeated and turned into a question.


 
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Green Man

Re:Tea 4 Weeks, 1 Day ago  
Barney wrote:
To me - and those who frequent a certain Surrey boozer - TEA is Traditional English Ale, brewed by the Hogs Back brewery for about 25 years.

An amber ale that goes down a treat with Fish & Chips - TEA is a major seller and award winner.

Sought after by the aristocracy of English beer drinkers; I am merely an Earl.

When newcomers to pubs around Surrey hear the order - 'a pint of tea, please' - eyebrows are raised, and the request is repeated and turned into a question.




I am slowly getting out the pub game now, yes I have Tea being referred to to ale. I have have done some work for Hogs Back in the past; marvellous beer and staff.

I am in middle of the process selling up the 2 pubs and my shares in breweries etc. I will still work part time as a salesmen for the corner shops though.
 
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#193618
wyot

Re:Tea 4 Weeks ago  
Barney wrote:
To me - and those who frequent a certain Surrey boozer - TEA is Traditional English Ale, brewed by the Hogs Back brewery for about 25 years.

An amber ale that goes down a treat with Fish & Chips - TEA is a major seller and award winner.

Sought after by the aristocracy of English beer drinkers; I am merely an Earl.

When newcomers to pubs around Surrey hear the order - 'a pint of tea, please' - eyebrows are raised, and the request is repeated and turned into a question.

Goodness Barney as a Surrey lad myself I'm wondering if that is you sat in the corner tapping on your phone right now...

I ordered a "pint of tea" off a young bartender few months back in a pub by the river and he started to boil a kettle (seriously).

Poor lad looked a tad embarrased...


 
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