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double dead guy

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Seems to match my watch.

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Very nice Sir AKD. How's the ale?
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Haven't had the Double Dead Guy, but Rogue produces some quality brews indeed.
Good looking watch, too.
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I was the boss in my matching red silk suit.
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Crystal clear photos and the colours look amazing! What is the watch by the way?never heard of that make before and I like the style.
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These might come in useful for having a beer while wearing your new watch!

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Very nice indeed - congrats! :thumbup:
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Those pictures just melted a hole in my computer screen! Liking that bernhardt.
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That's a lot of watch for your money
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Nice. Can't comment on the beer, but give it ten months and it will be on my "to try" list. Like the watch lots and the picture is really good.
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That beer was good -- full bodied with hints of toffee and caramel, and a long finish. It rates 95 on ratebeer.com and 90 on beer advocate.
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Also a big fan of dead guy ale. I've never had the double although I'll be on the look out.
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Like the watch. It has been on my maybe list (mostly due to the redness) any chance of a wrist shot for me?
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Lovely watch but i will say you should sample some of our finest beers from Wales.
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mrs j wrote:Lovely watch but i will say you should sample some of our finest beers from Wales.
Unfortunately for me, there are no beers from Wales imported to my corner of the world. I try anything the local distributors can get, then save the caps, one for each of the stuff I've had. This photo is about half the running total:

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Don't tell anyone I collect bottle caps, right about now I feel as cool as Bert showing off his collection.

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