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Discussion in 'General Chat' started by United57, Oct 18, 2013.
Well I do have a theory about the waste from sperm banks and wallpaper paste......
and glazed donuts.
Very fresh ducks available in Lidl car-park.
I had to look that up
You sweet innocent.
Regressing, please pass
Off topic, but Lidl have some rather nice pasta sauce on offer next weekend. Well, the pork belly one anyway dunno about the rest:
BURGLARY AT PORK FUTURES WAREHOUSE
Watch baffled – “No leads” says Sgt Colon (59)
Watchmen are said to be stumped at the discovery last night of a break-in at the pork futures warehouse. Potentially, pork bellies were stolen to the value of AM$400. The City Watch claims the case has been made more difficult by the fact that the burglary probably hasn’t happened yet, and may occur as late as next Grune.
His Grace Sir Samuel Vimes (57) told our reporter “We’ll find out who’s going to be responsible just as soon as we’ve solved all the murders. Now b*gger off”.
Turn to page eight for an amusing political cartoon of Sir Samuel “saving our bacon”.
Lidl now has a Speciality Beers section - with various local, national, foreign and ciders available..
Really? Was just in there and missed it, whereabouts?
At the wine end of the existing beer section - about a metre wide - had all sorts of what I presume are real ales in - and a Czech dark lager, which you won't see very often. Not mega-obvious.
Ciders on the bottom row.
Trying to remember what was there - Bishop's Finger and that sort of thing. Asahi was in the foreign bit, with the Czech dark lager and some Belgian white beer, I think. Ciders may have included fruit ones for the ladies.
Thankfully we had regrouped in the greyhound, so have ample opportunity to go back and check!
It appears that we should have been paying attention - http://www.theguardian.com/business...ze-following-success-with-upmarket-wine-sales
I went in on Friday just gone and grabbed a few of the ales. To be honest, they're not that exciting, but a heck of a lot better than the dishwater they'd been selling up until now. The whit beer smelt lovely but was rather plain in taste. The Czech black lager was quite nice but the other two I bought were so 'meh' I've forgotten what they were called. Although other supermarkets stock a wider range, the only place that seems to promote a more adventurous selection of beers is M&S, however, the range seems to be getting pushed further back into the store and also getting smaller.
If you want something a little bit different, get yourself to Wolseley Wine Loft.
Lidl is to stay open until 9pm, Monday to Saturday.