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    I am very sorry. It is not a drink at all. It is for use with an e-cigarette. The flavour is described as," A robust black coffee with a swirl of cream & whiskey paired with almond biscuits.". I must be more careful in future.

    This drink is beer. It is a brown ale named after the 430 Mk X Avro Lancasters built in Canada during WW2.

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    This beer has been produced specially for the Vulcan Restoration Trust.

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    Also produced for the Vulcan Restoration Trust is this amber ale.

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  4. #1104

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    I could support the Trust for both those beers
    Karl
    It is impossible for a man to begin to learn what he thinks he knows. -- Epictetus

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    This ale commemorates an event 90 years ago.

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    The brewery writes," On 9 June 1928 the Southern Cross, a Fokker F.VIIb/3m Trimotor, settled on to the grass of Brisbane’s Eagle Farm Aerodrome, having left Oakland, USA, 10 days earlier. The aircraft flew 11,585km and had been airborne for 84 hours, with refuelling stops in Hawaii and Fiji.

    Chuffed with the first ever trans-Pacific flight, the Prime Minister, Stanley Bruce, presented a cheque for £5,000 to the flight crew. Equally pleased the flight’s financial backer Californian, George Hancock, waived any right to recover his substantial investment.

    It was Saturday night and hero Australian pilots, Brisbane born Charles Kingsford Smith “Smithy” and Melbourne born Charles Ulm, together with Americans, radio operator James Warner and American navigator and engineer Harry Lyon were thirsty, cashed up and debt free.

    It’s not recorded what beer they celebrated their world record breaking flight with, but “Smithy that’s Fokkin’ Good Beer” was heard well in to the night.

    Alliance Airlines, flying the width and breadth of Australasia, is the world’s largest operator of Fokker aircraft and proudly commemorates the 90th Anniversary of the Southern Cross’s historic flight with Smithy’s FGB. Cheers!

    The Southern Cross is on public display near Brisbane Airport’s International Terminal."

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    Just the thing to drink while watching (or playing) the Dam Busters!
    Karl
    It is impossible for a man to begin to learn what he thinks he knows. -- Epictetus

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    Given yesterday's display, what could be more appropriate than

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    Quote Originally Posted by Naharaht View Post
    Given yesterday's display, what could be more appropriate than

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    Yeah! Happy Birthday, RAF!
    Mike
    "Flying is learning to throw yourself at the ground and miss" Douglas Adams
    "Wings of Glory won't skin your elbows and knees while practicing." OldGuy59

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    Another special brew for the RAF's centenary.

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    Another beer to salute the RAF centenary.

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    If you were wondering about the beer showing the Dakota, here is a picture of the full label.

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    Related to the last one, they made.

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    Another drink for the RAF centenery.

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