18 February 2010

Coincidence? You Decide......

BBC News Scotland, 16th Feb.:

A controversial Scottish brewery has said it has reclaimed the title of the world's strongest beer from German rivals - with Sink the Bismarck at 41%.
BrewDog, of Fraserburgh, made headlines last year when it unveiled a 32% beer called Tactical Nuclear Penguin.
However, Schorschbrau released the 40% strength Schorschbock.
BrewDog said its newly released 41%, Sink the Bismarck, would cost £40 for a 330ml bottle and would only be sold online.

BBC News Scotland, 18th Feb.
Reports of "flying Toblerones" and objects travelling at 1,100 mph across the Scottish sky have been released by the Ministry of Defence.
The files detail how unidentified objects have been witnessed flying over a range of locations across Scotland.
Among them were one from a senior air traffic controller at Prestwick Airport who reported seeing a fast-moving UFO on the airport radar.
While four fishermen spotted a flat, shiny object hovering off the coast.


stevejones said...

Ah, what I'd give for a Toblerone right now. I'm sure it would pair exceptionally with My Monkey's Got Wood!

Alexander D. Mitchell IV said...

I'm going to let this rather transparent and brazen attempt at shameless self-promotion stand for now, if only because all of a sudden I'm craving a nip of wooden Monkey myself...... Damn you, vile brewer!!

Alexander D. Mitchell IV said...

Hmmm. Sorry, the "Stewie Griffin" HTML tags didn't work with that comment.......