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Berries Beans & Beer Crewe - the drinks festival with a twist!

We’d love to see some more beer sponsors in our charity fundraising First Past The Post – click through to https://bbbcrewe.co.uk/sponsor-us/if you’d like to get involved.  Not only can you give back to your chosen charity but there’s also the chance to win a beer or gin tasting night at Offbeat Brewery if your beer sells out first!

Berries, Beans & Beer takes place at the Crewe Heritage Centre Friday 27th (4 – 11pm) and Saturday 28th (12 – 11pm).  The drinks festival with a twist brings together wine, gin, beer, rum, cider, soft drinks and coffee along with great food and live music.  An unmissable event!  Only £3 on the door plus £2 glass hire.

Anyway, here it is.  We are all craft keg, check out the Crewe Rail Ale Festival if cask is your thing.

LIGHT & HOPPY
Brighton Bier Freshman
Buxton Enkel
Dry & Bitter…

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Chance – A Moral Dilemma

the Alexicat

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  1. You find £100,000 in cash in a bag on an empty street in the middle of the day. Do you:
  2. a)    Hand the money over to the police
  3. b)    Take £50,000 of the cash for yourself and give the rest to charity
  4. c)     Keep £70,000 of the cash for yourself and hand the remaining money to the police station
  5. d)    Keep all of the cash for yourself and never tell anyone

Introducing Chance –  a new psychological thriller. Starring? Your morals.

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Pit & Pendulum

Another location for the Nottingham to do list!

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If you’ve ever fancied consuming a mouth-watering bowl of nachos beneath a medieval chandelier, or sipping on a cocktail named after one of the seven deadly sins, Nottingham’s own dungeon-style pub Pit & Pendulum is the haunt for you. One of four UK establishments owned by the Eerie Pub Co., this gothic tavern is filled with macabre delights to tantalise your eyes as well as your taste-buds. Descend the dark wooden staircase to the underground floor and find yourself some privacy in one of the hollowed stone nooks. There, you can recline in ornately-carved wooden chairs around tables that wouldn’t look out of place in Camelot.

Decorated with antique medical equipment in glass cases and an array of spooky skeletons lurking in dark corners, you will be surprised at how warm and welcoming the atmosphere actually is once you go up to the bar to order. The staff are…

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Are South American footballers the best?

An excellent article on the impact of South American players on the English Premier League.

footbilly

Different. Definitely different. Sometimes different can mean better. And in this case I have to agree.

When Alexis Sanchez is dispossessed in the final third his attitude is very different to what we are used to seeing in English football. The same goes for Angel Di Maria, Sergio Aguero and as of last season Luis Suarez. When they lose the ball they do not throw their arms up in disbelief or stand there looking at the sky nor do they look to the bench and they certainly do not look to other teammates for help. They chase, they graft, they work and they do not stop.

Because when Alexis Sanchez or Angel Di Maria loses the ball when they are 3-0 up, unlike many others they chase after it as if their life depends on it.

The harsh truth is that not very long ago their life did depend on…

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