Snap - but mine was in a bottle:We have this lined up for this evening. West Berkshire brewery began life in 1995, a time when there was quite a surge in new breweries.
"Good old boy" is a term familiar to me from several years of living in Oxfordshire, but presumably straddles the county boundary with Berkshire. In my experience, it is generally spoken with a bit of a rural accent. The term applies to men of any age, not just old fellows. It was quite normal for someone to refer to someone in their twenties as a "good old boy."
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Supermarkets up here sell mostly Scottish beers and a few from more mainstream English breweries. It can be a bit hit and miss trying to find brewery websites that have a decent online shop. Some only deliver locally, some charge a fortune for delivery and some are a bit pricey anyway.I think mine came from Morrisons.
On my first visit to Australia last century, I visited a pub in Freemantle (Sail and Anchor I think) where I was served a speciality of the house, a dark lager. It arrived with a slice of lemon floating in it which I quickly removed explaining to the landlord that I did not request a cocktail.A taste of the blonde beer as above. Quite the lemon zest to it. The taste, if not appearance, was more wheat beer than anything. Most pleasing.