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Keith Spence
Loves gin, football and my Beags
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Keith Spence Jul 15
Replying to @archiebunkerUK
Luckily for France the ref helped them along the way
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Keith Spence Jul 7
I’m sure it is. I’m sure also the big CO2 users are also getting preference too. Added to the fact that we’ve already had a month of hot weather and England’s continued participation in the WC. I guess we could run out.
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Keith Spence Jul 7
Replying to @GinFoundry
Is it because people are worried about the Co2 shortage as well?. Might be time to ration?
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Keith Spence Jul 6
Dan. I thought they just got greedy. But they had far less gins available this year. I’ve been to several great British Gin festival events. Very well run and a good range of gins too. But not a patch on juniperlooza, that was out of this world.
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Keith Spence Jul 6
Bugger have London tickets for August. The switch to Schweppes really back fired on them it seems
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Keith Spence Jul 6
Replying to @BrentfordFC
In fairness though it’s a great photo. Did you ask the club permission to publish?
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Keith Spence Jul 6
Replying to @BrentfordFC
I’ll be wearing last seasons shirt.
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Keith Spence Jul 5
Replying to @GSRdistillery
Stunning raspberry gin. Slightly sour, but the real taste of raspberries rather than the sugar-fuelled others
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Keith Spence Jul 4
Those Tarquinius bottles are stunning and I love the clear McQueens ones too
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Keith Spence Jun 26
Replying to @tarquinsgin
Oh yes your new bottles are amazing, can’t wait to get one
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Keith Spence Jun 17
I have a small bottle of their original gin, and it’s not a bad gin at all
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Keith Spence Jun 17
Matt I didn’t get as far as the lockesly stand unfortunately. I managed to bag a sherry casked from Four pillars and a casked aged from broken heart. Both amazing. But I love navy strength casked aged old toms, so this would’ve been in my bag too.
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Keith Spence Jun 17
Very jealous Matt. Did you get them at Juniperlooza?
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Keith Spence Jun 11
Love the cask aged ones especially the sherry casked from Four Pillars and the broken heart one too. I just can’t believe I missed so many amazing gins, next year I will do both days
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Keith Spence Jun 9
Juniperlooza was amazing. Unfortunately for me, too amazing. I’ve learnt a lesson I’ll never forget. You can have too much of a good thing
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Keith Spence Jun 9
Replying to @BrentfordFC
Apart from gates
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Keith Spence Jun 9
Replying to @OrkneyGin
I have all four. All great. But the one on the far right with dill and Sicilian lemonade takes some beating
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Keith Spence Jun 9
Replying to @GinFoundry
I did a big breakfast. Ate half way through. But to no avail. It’s all your fault for having so many amazing gins on show
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Keith Spence Jun 9
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Keith Spence Jun 5
Replying to @PoeticLicenseUK
I’ve got the others and we’ve placed an order for this one too. Can’t wait 😊
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