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    Found this at my local Craft-beer store last week.
    I think I will buy some cans for our next sailing-trip

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    Thanks for the input Achim.
    I am starting to run short of examples.
    It has spurred me on to go seek another one now.
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    I found another example in the photos on my hard drive:
    Norderney is a popular vacation island at the german wadden sea coast.
    Since 2012 it has its own craft-beer brewery. (Always when I think I have a good business idea someone is faster than me ).
    The Norderneyer Pils is a "good-to-drink", straightforward Pils beer, the brewery's pub is always a visit worth if you are on the island.
    If I remeber correctly the island of Norderney is also one of the settings in Erskine Childers' novel "The riddle of the sands" (1903) - at least it is in the German TV series from the 80ies.
    The island's lighthouse, which can be seen on the label of the bottle, is still in service and can be visited in the summer.

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    My offering for today is:-
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    Here is my last example for the moment.

    It is another souvenir from our trip to France this autumn.
    The "La Bas Varoise" brewery is a small enterprise in southern France, in the vicinity of St-Cyr-sur-mer.
    The "nautical relation" of the "Bière marine" is not achieved with the simple label, but with the ingredients:
    The beer is flavoured with sea salt from the Mediterranean.
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    Cheers!

    Wish you all quiet and peacfull Christmas days in your homeports.

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    And to you my dear Comte.
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    Now here is a Christmas special I have been saving for you all.
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    This is really the perfect beer for this occasion.
    I will try to get it next year.
    Also from my side a merry christmas to all of you

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    I am spending the holiday season in Scotland with my daughter....I saw this pub in Glasgow and thought of you all....

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    In this festive holiday season, I fully embrace the pub's credo:

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    Have a very happy Christmas Bill.
    Just sorry we still can't meet up.
    I will drink a wee dram this evening in your honour.
    I may end up abandoned, but as a well known naval hero of yours once advocated * "I won't give up the ship."

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    And here is my Christmas day tipple from the same source.
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    My motto for today.
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    One for the cold winter days.
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    One to see the old year out?
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    From the Vocation Brewery at Hebden Bridge, Yorkshire comes a New England Pale Ale called Perfect Storm.

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    I saw it on sale in my local ASDA store yesterday.

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    HMS Terror was a specialised warship and a newly developed bomb vessel constructed for the Royal Navy in 1813. She participated in several battles of the War of 1812, including the Battle of Baltimore with the bombardment of Fort McHenry. She was converted into a polar exploration ship two decades later, and participated in George Back's Arctic expedition of 1836–1837, the successful Ross expedition to the Antarctic of 1839 to 1843, and Sir John Franklin's ill-fated attempt to force the Northwest Passage in 1845, during which she was lost with all hands along with HMS Erebus.
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