Friday, February 19, 2010

Perhaps, Perhaps Not, Perhaps Maybe, Who Knows?

I am having one of those days today. The kind of day when you look at the little rich text editor in blogspot and can't quite decide which of the many beery threads floating around your head to focus on.

Do I write about non-alcoholic beer, or should I really research that more before expending writing time on it? What about trying to find out how many people actually brewed (I know of two) as part of the International Homebrew Project? What about some of the home brew recipes to be made in the coming weeks in preparation for my parents visiting from France, and can I persuade them to bring me some French beer?

It's all enough to make you want to go and have a breakfast beer, with plenty in the cellar that wouldn't logistically be a problem, but would I end up just stood there umming and ahhing until I decided to just put the kettle on for a nice cuppa?

The old line I used to be indecisive, but now I am just not sure, comes to mind.

So instead, I will leave you for this week with some tunes and my heartiest wishes for an excellent weekend to one and all, and most of all for a minor miracle - Scotland to win a 6 Nations match, given though it is Italy this week, I am taking nothing for granted.

Love her or hate her, her voice is divine, almost the vocal version of the uilleann pipes in my world.

Something for punks.

This was on an advert for the Palm Pre, musical love at first listen.


  1. Sounds like you might want to get your hands on the new version of Brew Dog's Nanny State -- Impy Malting reckons it actually tastes nice now and has only 0.5% alcohol.

  2. I love that the Dropkick Murphys play the Foggy Dew before every set. And I absolutely love having a Guinness while it is played, and while they are playing. Cheers!

  3. The Jam is my jam. Style Council, too. Most of Paul Weller's solo stuff has yet to grow on me though.


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