The Classic Bike Forum Bar and Bistro.

Does what it says on the tin !
Quite simply The Best Pub on the Interweb !
Real BEER, Great Grub, and a Free Jukebox - What more could you want ?
supersix
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Re: The Classic Bike Forum Bar and Bistro.

Unread post by supersix » Wed Feb 18, 2009 11:42 pm

Bar Smut as good as ever :lol: Supping Roaring Meg and watching first of the 21 Professionals vids I got off Fleabay! Along with the loonybin,sorry, Forum, a good night!

The Mighty Gusset

Re: The Classic Bike Forum Bar and Bistro.

Unread post by The Mighty Gusset » Wed Feb 18, 2009 11:52 pm

I've been bl**dy busy tonight !
I'm trying to get the bunker set up so that anyone and everyone visiting gets the hint that we've moved.
I've spent more time on Admin over there today than I have at all since the place was set up !!

That and generally messing about with the decor !
http://classicbikebunker.forumdes.com/

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sfb
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Re: The Classic Bike Forum Bar and Bistro.

Unread post by sfb » Thu Feb 19, 2009 12:36 am

Hmmm, faggots, chips and gravy at the pub. Now it's time for wine. Lucky me!

Good effort with the bunker, Gus. Not bad for a bloke with a crippled finger :D

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xsmannie
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Location: Banff Aberdeenshire.

Re: The Classic Bike Forum Bar and Bistro.

Unread post by xsmannie » Thu Feb 19, 2009 12:53 am

Well the oven chips were a rip roarin success, skins on, salt and paprika, freshly caught haddock and mushy peas. quality!!

Finished the red, both bottles and just tearin into the cider.

Its gonna be home made oven chips again the morn, havin the folks round for a viewing of slumdog millionaire, effin fantastic if nobody's seen it yet. Jus watchin gran torino, so far so good. Clint, yer a legend.

The Mighty Gusset

Re: The Classic Bike Forum Bar and Bistro.

Unread post by The Mighty Gusset » Thu Feb 19, 2009 12:54 am

I'm typing with my middle finger.

I think I need some faggots !
I'll have to have a word with my local butcher.

I also want an Oxtail.

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850norton
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Location: Banbury area, OXON; Elmendorf, Texas

Re: The Classic Bike Forum Bar and Bistro.

Unread post by 850norton » Thu Feb 19, 2009 4:45 am

To celebrate the return of the forum, again, howzabout a pint of Duechers IPA along with a plate of bangers and mash with gravy. If no Duechers, Ossian or Newcastle Brown will do just as well.
You sick little monkey!!!! Holy crap!!!!

The Mighty Gusset

Re: The Classic Bike Forum Bar and Bistro.

Unread post by The Mighty Gusset » Thu Feb 19, 2009 1:40 pm

Deuchars it is !

And I'm sure I've got some Manchester Danglers lurking around somewhere. so I can soon rustle up some Bangers and Mash.

Busily nailing together a Mutton Vindaloo, a Veggie Curry with Cauliflower and Spinach, a Nepalese King Prawn Chatapatta, and making some Chapati and Naan ready for Curry Night tonight.

And filling the place up with Tasty Blondes :

Butcombe Blonde
Fullers Discovery
Adnams Explorer
Lang Creek Skydiver (Merkin Blonde !)
Everards Sunchaser
Wychcraft
Isle of Arran Blonde
Brakespears Hooray Henley (!!!!!)
Lancaster Blonde
Newcastle Toon Blonde (We've also got Brunette as well as the usual Broon !)

kevb
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Location: S Wales

Re: The Classic Bike Forum Bar and Bistro.

Unread post by kevb » Thu Feb 19, 2009 6:20 pm

spent all week fighting to keep job....first I have work, then I don't, then I do, etc...etc...numpty bosses. Now I'm sure of employment till August. Finishing tonight, off to the Queen's Head in Swansea docks (i refuse to use the term 'Marina'), a proper pub, complete with stuffed, rotting bear wearing a Welsh flag as a skirt, to drink lots of Theakstons with colleagues and bitch about the twits that to control my working life.
I've just read that back :shock: That pub isn't as bad as it sounds. :) Its even got a CAMRA award.... 8-)

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Re: The Classic Bike Forum Bar and Bistro.

Unread post by The Mighty Gusset » Thu Feb 19, 2009 6:45 pm

kevb wrote:A proper pub, complete with stuffed, rotting bear wearing a Welsh flag as a skirt.
I've drank in pubs with barmaids just like that !
Some of them were even in Wales !

The Mighty Gusset

Re: The Classic Bike Forum Bar and Bistro.

Unread post by The Mighty Gusset » Fri Feb 20, 2009 5:23 pm

I've been shopping today - and not for BEER !

I took a trip to my local butcher, as I had a phonecall from him telling me that he had some of the stuff I'd asked for.

So now I have a whole Pork Belly, which will be cooked spicy, crispy Szechuan stylee.
A couple of Ox Tails - which will be slow cooked into a gorgeous, unctuous casserole.
Some Kidneys, and some Stewing Steak - An obvious PIE !
A load of bacon 'offcuts' - I use those in bl**dy everything - and they cost next to nothing - ask your butcher

I've also picked up a pile of parsnips and leeks - spicy soup ingredients.

I'm close to picking up a couple of 'bargains' on Fleabay too - so it's developing into a weekend of Bike Fettling, Booze and Quality Eatings.
All in a lovely rural, coastal location.
What could be better ?

Oh yeah. I could do with a shag ! (Girlies Only !)

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