I’d probably love it tbf.
I’d have great fun sucking off that frozen head imo
Guinness extra cold - too cold.
Guinness in a can they put in that odd machine - too cold
Guinness bottles from the fridge - too cold, but only just.
(Guinness is vegan now btw)
Supermarkets, bars: stop putting bottles of ale in the fridge. Was in a bar last night with lager, cider, Guinness on tap… and bottles of Speckled Hen in the fridge. Dickheads.
Newcastle Brown I can deal with from the fridge.
Pint bottle of Guinness off the shelf is the best way to drink it. Fuck these cold drinks.
Tricky one this. Often not enough space behind bars to store them out of the fridge and they do need to be slightly chilled BUT to nowhere near as cold a temperature as white wine, alcopops etc. Used to order a bottle of dog sometimes and get them to take the next one out at the same time so it warmed up a bit first.
Every beer you drink for the rest of your life has to be either fridge cold or room temperature, what do you choose?
- Room temp.
Warm beer > cold tea
I like to have my beers as warm as possible to recreate the festival experience. Usually ask the bartender to stick the pint on a radiator for half an hour or whack it in the microwave
My room temperature is 1 degree.
The way people feel about room temperature pints is how I feel about room temperature Coca Cola.
At my parents house at Christmas me Ma will get in a bunch of exciting fizzy drinks but they’ll just be in a room and not in a fridge and it makes me wild with rage
How do you feel about families who keep their drinks (soft and alcoholic) in the garage?
More power to em, God bless
Noted, thank you.
Look at me, I’m the UK, I still measure things in pints
This is an excellent impression
I didn’t realise one of our regular posters was Alistair MacGowan!!
Surely all ambient Christmas food and drink that needs chilling gets stored outside (ours is just dumped in the back yard, boomers have stuff like garages and porches and outhouses for this purpose)