Still is, most likely in parts of EuropeI think you will have - it was very popular in the 70s, 80s & 90s.
Scrumpy...that stuff was electric soup, for sureWorked in Devon for a couple of years in the early 80's, we used to go up to a scrumpy farm with gallon containers that we had cleaned out, the farmer would fill them with scrumpy for 50p a container, then it was down to the beach for an all nighter drinking the stuff.
Mental stuff would kill me if I tried that now.
There were pubs in the town that wouldn't sell you a pint of scrumpy unless you were a local, they got fed up picking tourists up of the floors so it was kept for locals only.
That'll be an unseen hand debating point. Certainly not ecumenical in the eyes of some.I think we can all have a good laugh at this news just released,all except the zombies who as far as they were concerned had this guy out the door unfortunately for them it did not work out that way..
Neil Doncaster has just been handed handed a major role to play by EUFA.
He is now a member of the the CEDB which is the ethnic and disciplinary board.
I think this means the zombies must be on their best behaviour at home and in Europe
I dont think Stewart Robertson seen that coming but I am almost certain big Pete knew about it,just goes to prove at times because you dont do the shouting does not mean you dont know the outcome.
Had a bottle of it in my Christmas stocking. You will be ok there's only 7.5ml of buckie in the whole bottleView attachment 10127
Its Independence Day and the Mrs wanted a Texas style BBQ. I had to go to the corner shop. It was the only BBQ sauce they had. I burst oot laughing as soon as I saw it. It's not photo shopped or that, it's a real product.
4th of July Scots/American style.
No idea why the photo is life size!
My brother recently bought a bottle ofAs forum members may have gathered; I'm partial to an occasional, socially-distanced beverage. But not Buckfast, not even as a kid. Pure fucking vile shite. The crack cocaine of alcohol.