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Old 25th November 2008, 07:17 PM
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Ali Tait Ali Tait is offline
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Default Re: Genesis SACD's

Al,yes I reckon you're right,it does taste better out of the bottle,though Geordies traditionally drink it with a half-pint glass.Some I know used to put the glass upside down on the bottle,and then turn the whole lot upside down and slowly lift the bottle up till the glass was full,thereby letting most of the fizz out of the beer.I like it with the fizz still in!
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Old 8th April 2009, 09:16 AM
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Well I made my first post to this thread back on the 24th November last year and I'm still waiting for the release of these SACD's. They have been issued as a boxed set so why not as individual discs...? I do not want the boxed set, what I want are individual discs with individual packaging. Why are they availabe in certain parts of the World but not here...?
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