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Selling England by the Pound turned 3 today!
New logo for new brew from Hopdaemon, Over The Top… cheers
Prague airport… The snow has just started
Tiny Tangerines… What’s not to like!
Christmas finally arrives in the Pegg-Edwards house, tree up!
May not be to everyone’s taste but… dandelion & burdock, plus alcohol, what’s not to like?
Cold n frosty
Reblogged from slapdashing
Print Titles: ‘Manchester Best’ and ‘Pride of London’
Description: Beer and bands, probably the best combination in the world, 12 of the greatest (in our opinion) Manchester bands immortalized as 1960’s and 70’s beer mats. We’d been wondering what do with a box of beer mats found in a loft and one drunken evening played a drinking game where you had to turn bands into beer names, the winner was ‘808 Stout’, closely followed by ‘Ian Brown Ale’ and so ‘Manchester Best’ was born!
'Pride of London' is the latest in our Beer Mat collection of prints, now we have one for the Southerners!
Following on from our ‘Manchester Best’ print we have 12 of the greatest bands from old London town imagined as beer and brewery mats. Combined with the find in the loft of a box of beer mats and a drinking game that involved turning bands and their songs into beer names we now have ‘Preservation Ale’ from The Kinks and, our favourite, ‘The Magnificent Party 7’ from the Clash.
Love it, great bands and nostalgia as beer mat, what’s not to like.