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OnionNon

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  1. Sounds like you need to upgrade
  2. Yep, they’re really good. I’ve got an Instant Pot.
  3. Weber Smokey Mountain user here, but how about this for a different option @cowfields? https://www.aldi.co.uk/garden-shop/kamado-bbq
  4. Flavourly and Beer52 are both pretty good. The former also offer one off deals on short dated beers once you’re a member which are generally worth a look.
  5. @Shimmyhill they taste really quite different depending on where they’re from, so don’t be put off if you’re not keen at first. Try the extremes of each quadrant of a tasting map to narrow down your preference, either in bars, buying miniatures or tasting sets. https://goo.gl/images/ZzxqUG
  6. Can anyone share a link to the Discord that’s replaced Reddit soccer streams please?
  7. OnionNon

    Gin

    @Shimmyhill this is the one that’s often recommended and as far as I recall does well in awards: https://www.aldi.co.uk/oliver-cromwell-london-dry-gin-70cl/p/003325239841101 A few of their gins are pretty good though.
  8. @Don Rosco try https://www.reddit.com/r/Cricket/wiki/livestreams and https://www.reddit.com/r/Cricketstreams
  9. OnionNon

    Coffee

    Delonghi are good, and they’re quite often in sales or Black Friday.
  10. Slightly off admittedly, but I meant one type is served cool and the other cold; real ale is normally recommended 10-15 degrees I think, whereas craft beer would be fridge cold (~5 degrees).
  11. I think traditionally real ales (flat beers) are served room temperature or slightly below and craft beers (carbonated) are served cold. Best to just have them however you prefer though.
  12. OnionNon

    Coffee

    It’ll cost more, but a Delonghi bean to cup machine is just as convenient and about as quick. One button to turn it on, another button press to grind and brew your coffee.
  13. OnionNon

    The Boxing Thread

    I'm with Plusnet and they do a rolling monthly contract for £5, and the first few months for £2.50. So you could always sign up for one month and cancel.
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