Goodbye many beer names...

Dave

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I suppose they do have a point to some degree but as they say themselves, brewers who choose outwardly sexist names for their beer find they don't get the sales they should (or words to the effect of), so why do they feel the need to police it?

Please stop, I want to get off :D
 

tipitinmick

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A beer called .... Leg Spreader ? C'mon, that was asking for trouble surely. But, then a lady starts a brewery called .... ' Mother ' ship ? ...... Mmmmm Pot & Kettle spring to mind.
 

biggsy

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I quite liked a pint of "Village Idiot" I thought they had brewed it for me:(
 

Lee Richards

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"Too thick for my liking with not much of a body and a sour aftertaste. "

That's what Gert says about you

Bum tish..........

:ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO:
 

James Dunn

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Abigail Newton, CAMRA national director .There's the problem!,Bloody mamby pamby woman in charge.;).
 

ukzero1

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Reading this, I'm wondering if other things will follow, such as cheeses losing their name i.e. Stinking Bishop.
 

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Remember seeing a 6 nations special beer called toothless hooker, that’ll be gone now haha
 
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