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    Arbor Ales of Bristol produce an American IPA called Rocketman.

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    Arbor Ales also produce Blue Sky Drinking all English best bitter.

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    They also brew Space Hardware New England IPA.

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    In Great Staughton, Cambridgeshire there is a brewery called Rocket Ales. One of their products is Lunar Module pale ale.

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    They also produce an American pale ale called Apollo 11.

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    Today's drink remembers Sir William Congreve, who experimented with the military use of rockets in the nineteenth century. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sir_Wi...e,_2nd_Baronet

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    Today, Black Knight porter.

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    Black Knight was a British research ballistic missile in the late 1950's and 1960's. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Black_Knight_%28rocket%29

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    Titan I.P.E.(India Porter Export). India Pale Ale (I.P.A.) was the drink of he officers in the days of the British Empire. The troops drank India Porter Export (I.P.E.).

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    The Titan family of rockets were used between 1959 and 2005, firstly as I.C.B.M.'s and later as launch vehicles for the Gemini spacecraft and numerous satellites.
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Titan_(rocket_family)

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    Here we have Maverick honey ale (and no sign of Tom Cruise).

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    The AGM-65 Maverick is a precision guided air-to-ground missile. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/AGM-65_Maverick

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    Black Arrow porter. Black Arrow was a British satellite launch rocket developed in the 1960's. Only five were built. Four were launched and the fifth is in the Science Museum in London.

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    I have never found a beer that could match your types, pilots, but - taking into account our good ladies expectations - what if we think about another list...
    I will start the thread by the weekend.
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    Bloodhound bitter

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    The Bristol Bloodhound was a British surface-to-air defence missile developed in the 1950's but later versions served on into the 1990's.
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bloodhound_(missile)

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    Komet Bier - a German Kolsch beer.

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    Should have made a Russian imperial stout for that name.
    Karl
    It is impossible for a man to begin to learn what he thinks he knows. -- Epictetus

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    The Rocket ales Brewery describe Vostok as a "Dark, Smooh and Creamy Russian Imperial Stout" but that will not fit on the pump clip, Karl.

    Today's offering is a traditional IPA| called Atlas.

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    The SM-65 Atlas was the first operational intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) developed by the United States. It was later used for launching space vehicles.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SM-65_Atlas
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    Vostok Vodka from the Vostok Vodka Company of St. Louis, Missouri.

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    Bakkus Merlot Industries manufactures Vostok Crystal Vodka.

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    Heineken is not really aviation themed but this advertising cartoon is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Naharaht View Post
    Heineken is not really aviation themed but this advertising cartoon is.

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    I never considered beer to be an energy drink. but I guess it does give you a pick-me-up. (and with enough, Dutch Courage )
    Karl
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    The Hop Kettle Brewery in Swindon, U.K. produce a milk stout called Space Cowboy.

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    The Hop Kettle Brewery also produce a gluten free pilsner named Shooting Star.

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    They also produce an American Red Ale called Red Star.

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    Rising Star gluten free session IPA.

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    The Top Rope Brewing Company of Liverpool, Lancashire produce an IPA called Overkill.

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    We have seen Supersonic beers before but I do not think we have had this one from Bremeister called Supersonic IPA.

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    From Smitty's Brewing of Bremerton, Washington comes Whistling Death Belgian Triple Wheat Ale.

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    Also from Smitty's brewing, we have a drink featuring a piece of 'nose art' Double-B Blackberry Brunette, an American Brown Ale fermented with blackberries.

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    From the Check Six Brewing Company of Southport, North Carolina comes Hat in the Ring IPA.

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    From Revelation Cat Craft Brewing of Rome, Italy comes an Imperial Stout called Death Star.

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    But do any of these bottles whistle like block-busters going down when you drop the empties out of the bay at 20,000 feet?

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    I do not know. I have never tried it. They are supposed to whistle. Perhaps you have access to the facilities to try an experiment?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Naharaht View Post
    I do not know. I have never tried it. They are supposed to whistle. Perhaps you have access to the facilities to try an experiment?
    Don't I WISH... LOL
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    Revolution Brewing of Chicago , Illinois produce a barrel-aged Imperial Oatmeal Stout called Deth's Tar.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Naharaht View Post
    Revolution Brewing of Chicago , Illinois produce a barrel-aged Imperial Oatmeal Stout called Deth's Tar.

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    That label would not entice me to drink it!

    "Its a fine line indeed between going out in a Blaze of Glory or having Crashed & Burnt!"
    Member Australian Society of WW1 Aero Historians

  38. #1938

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    I see your point, Barry. It is not very appealing.

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    Grand Brewing Luxembourg produce Satellite IPA.

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    B-Wing Brewers of Palos Verdes, California have a blueberry pale ale called Bomber Blues.

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    The Flying Monkeys Craft brewery of Barrie, Ontario, Canada produce a drink named Smashbomb Atomic IPA.

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    Also from the Flying Monkeys Craft Brewery comes Antigravity light lager.

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    Flying Boats Brewing Of Dieppe, New Brunswick produce an American Pale Ale called Liberator.

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    Flying Boats Brewing also produce Test Pilot No.5 American wheat ale.

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    They also manufacture a special pale ale called S-55.

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    The story behind the name: The storied Italian general Italo Balbo, later to be named Commander-in-Chief of the North African Forces during WW2, lead a squadron (24) of Italian S-55 Savoia-Marchetti hydroplanes to Shediac in 1933 on his way to and back from the Chicago World’s Fair.

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    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Italo_Balbo

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    A Savoia-Marchetti S.55.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Naharaht View Post
    The story behind the name: The storied Italian general Italo Balbo, later to be named Commander-in-Chief of the North African Forces during WW2, lead a squadron (24) of Italian S-55 Savoia Marchetti hydroplanes to Shediac in 1933 on his way to and back from the Chicago World’s Fair.

    Famously so that for a while, a large formation of aircraft was nicknames a "Balbo":
    https://travelforaircraft.wordpress....taliano-write/

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    Here's a wine I saw on the shelf today:
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    Karl
    It is impossible for a man to begin to learn what he thinks he knows. -- Epictetus

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    Thank you for joining in Sam and Karl.

    Another drink from Flying Boats Brewing is Dixie Clipper IPA.

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    The story behind the name: Pan American Airways had a weekly flight from New York to Shediac then to Europe, starting from 1939 and suspended by the outbreak of WW2. Many a celebrity used this service to get to Europe by air. The plane for this service was the Boeing 314 Clipper flying boat. American President Franklin D. Roosevelt used the same type of aircraft to get to Europe during WW2 and landed in Shediac; this was to become the first presidential aircraft – Air Force One – and was called Dixie Clipper.

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    The is also the Flying Boat Brewing Company in St. Petersburg, Florida. They produce Farman Flanders Red Sour Ale. It is named in honor of Henry Farman, who in 1908 made the world’s first flight connecting two towns by air.

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    Henri Farman

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    Slipping out to Kyte's favorite tipple:
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    And if you want it aged in whiskey barrels:
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    Karl
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