> What could be more Celtic in nature than booze? Ok, maybe music, but this
> is about booze.
> Guinness or Murphy's? Neither. :) Guillespie's Scottish Stout is the
> best. I'm a bit biased here, as my fave brewery (Caledonia Brewery)
> produces it.
Sorry to disillusion you, but Gillespie's is an S&N concoction, rather
than a Caley nectar :( Shame....
There's also Scottish Oatmeal Stout, from the Broughton Brewery in the
>m a firm believer that the finest alcoholic beverages are Celtic in
> nature and production.
Bowmore 17.yo... I rest my case
(One exception being Winter Ale from Abbott's
> Brewery, it may be English, but it's THE finest ale in the world). I'm
> lucky enough that I live 2 hours from a magnificent brew-pub that also
> does Mead, although nothing can beat hanging with my mates as my fave
> Glasgow locals sampling the finest fare available in the Known World.
> Anyone up for a chat abotu thier favourite single-malt?
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