Wednesday, 30 March 2011

Out of the Loop

I'm stuck in less than optimum beery climes. The West of Scotland can clearly be deemed as such - no bloody arguments please - unless you have easy access to a small part of Glasgow. I am marooned thus by a family death and while it may seem insensitive to complain about the lack of beer, good or otherwise, (though as I type this, my Asda bought bottle of Pivovar Herold, tastes pretty damn good), it clearly doesn't compensate for missing out on the JDW Fest, or pleasant pints with my mates in the Regal Moon tonight.

They do other things differently here. The wake was tea, sandwiches and cakes. I am pretty well caked out in fact. Empire Biscuit anyone? No maudlin piss up and probably better for that. This separation from good beer makes me realise how lucky I am beer wise. The fact that I helped carry the coffin, rather than being carried in it, also makes me feel lucky.

I could still murder a decent beer and for me, hopefully, there is always tomorrow.

Empire Biscuits - What a great treat!


Alistair Reece said...

I'll take all the Empire Biscuits you have to offer!

Barm said...

Condolences mate. Tweet me up if you are in town for a pint.

Mark said...

Remember: absence makes the heart grow fonder. That first decent pint when you get back will taste ten times better than usual. :)

Tandleman said...

Velky - I've scoffed them. Lovely they were.

Barm - I'm hopefully heading back tomorrow. I should be in town around noon or thereabouts.

Mark. Cheers Mate. I am looking forward to it.