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post #21 of 32
Hi Paul, good looking ribs, What type of Pubs do you have in Lincoln, take your own food and they supply the Cutlery etc and wash up for you. I would be round there every night. Cheaper than a dish washer!!!

Will be passing Packington tomorrow, can't pop in though got a big trailer on!
Edited by Smokin Monkey - 8/10/15 at 11:19am
post #22 of 32
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Hi Paul, good looking ribs, What type of Pubs Dom ou have in Lincoln, take your own food and they supply the Cutlery etc and wash up for you. I would be round there every night. Cheaper than a dish washer!!!

Will be passing Packington tomorrow, can't pop in though got a big trailer on!

Not sure what the Lincoln connection is.

Two pubs in Brum that happily let you bring your own food are these below. You can even have a takeaway delivered ☺
http://www.thewellingtonrealale.co.uk/index.php
http://www.postofficevaults.co.uk/

You on the way back from Catton Park tomorrow?
post #23 of 32
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Hi Paul, good looking ribs, What type of Pubs Dom ou have in Lincoln, take your own food and they supply the Cutlery etc and wash up for you. I would be round there every night. Cheaper than a dish washer!!!

Will be passing Packington tomorrow, can't pop in though got a big trailer on!

It'd be this Paul that's from Lincoln ;)
post #24 of 32
Yeah, collecting from Bloodstock!
post #25 of 32
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It'd be this Paul that's from Lincoln ;)

I think we had a confused Monkey.biggrin.gif
post #26 of 32
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Not sure what the Lincoln connection is.

Two pubs in Brum that happily let you bring your own food are these below. You can even have a takeaway delivered ☺
http://www.thewellingtonrealale.co.uk/index.php
http://www.postofficevaults.co.uk/

You on the way back from Catton Park tomorrow?


The Wellington is a very special pub, what I like and always state about that pub is the fact the pub is designed for very few things, drinking and chatting. No TV's apart from the order TV, a good selection of beer, tables to chat, places to sit on your own and places to sit in a group - no distractions, no bullshit. What pubs should be like in my opinion. Have you been to The Bull in the backwoods of the Gun Quarter ? Another great pub with a great landlady of Irish origin, again a traditional pub with all the quirks and no modernisation !

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The Wellington is a very special pub, what I like and always state about that pub is the fact the pub is designed for very few things, drinking and chatting. No TV's apart from the order TV, a good selection of beer, tables to chat, places to sit on your own and places to sit in a group - no distractions, no bullshit. What pubs should be like in my opinion. Have you been to The Bull in the backwoods of the Gun Quarter ? Another great pub with a great landlady of Irish origin, again a traditional pub with all the quirks and no modernisation !

I do Tom. Not been in for two or three years. My other half works at Aston University, so if that side of town I normally have a beer at the Sack of Potatoes before heading into Brum.

Probably not something to be proud of but I think I've drunk in most of the better establishments throughout Birmingham biggrin.gif
post #28 of 32

Think you just "Drunk" most of the time!:yahoo:

post #29 of 32
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Think you just "Drunk" most of the time!yahoo.gif

I will be from about 3pm Belgium time tomorrow sausage.gif
post #30 of 32

ooh! ooh! quad beer, I want it, I want it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

 

Put the last of my Baby Backs in from Geo Bowlems in Sedgefield. £40.00 for 10KG box (ripped off) that I got for my BBQ Swaray and they are proper shite! proper Shiners! First 2 hours and the main bones are showing through the meat!!!!

 

Going to give those ones from Bookers a go!

post #31 of 32
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Now I've got a card, I'm going to pop in and see what they have in, when I get back from Tin Tin land.
post #32 of 32
The meatiest ribs I've had in a long time came from a Polish shop in town, they get a delivery from who knows where on a Tuesday, but they're spot on. Maybe worth checking out the Polski Sklep in your area as it may be a particular cut that they use ?
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