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Monday 10 October 2005 8.15pm
Daveyo Wrote:
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> On a lighter note- what does everyone make of the
> barmaids in The White Hart on whittlesey st, who
> are your favourites?

I like the bald one.


Tuesday 11 October 2005 10.12am
The old days had one bad thing, that was the big south London families who were just 'orrible.
It is good that they have been ethnically cleansed.
The Fruli strawberry beer has been in the White hart for a year and half.
Richard stocked more bottle beers than you can imagine in the past. (liefmans raspberry, cherry beer, peach beer, erdinger dunkel weisse beer, tiger, schneider weisse, schneider adventinise, goose island ipa, brooklyn lager, bohemian black lager, chimay red & white, duvel, westmalle dubbel, Karmliet, Baltika) I still have some of the info sheets he printed telling you the tasting notes and the history of the beers, he did the same with the various guest ales, that were kept in perfect condition (Norfolk Nog, Ringwood Boondoggle, Hall & Woodhouse, Butcombe gold, Bath Gem, Rev James, Brakespear, etc.
And the other spirits and mixes we drank with the lads from LWT;
(Bourbons; Woodfords, Makersmark
(Rum; Havanna Club 3years and 7years
(Vodka; Absolut vanilla, lemon, orange, Stoli, Grey Goose,
(Whiskys, Dalwinnie, islay, macallan, etc
Mini Guinness ;1/2 black sambucca 1/2 Baileys
Liquid Tiramisu 1/3 Vanilla vodka, 1/3 Baileys, 1/3 Tia Maria and shanken ....wooow woow wow
The staff knew everthing about the new drinks

Yes the looks of the pub now are great, the 'orrible families gone are great,
But the last year really rocked.

Tuesday 11 October 2005 12.22pm
And what flavour crisps?
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