On Sunday, 19 May 2019 16:27:12 UTC+1, Radio Mechanical Electrical wrote:
Well you can top up the battery as a phrase and you can have a lager top shandy, which I think means the last 10% is lemonade added to the top.
And "bottoms up" which usually means drink up, which could be drink "down the hatch" as that's the dirction it travels in due to gravity.
I think there are two drinks there:-
Lager shandy - approx 50:50 larger:lemonade
Lager top - nearly a full pint of lager with a (customer defined) splash
When I were a lad, and before I discover real ale, larger and lime (just
a splash of line cordial) used to be popular but I don't recall seeing
that being served for in a long time in a pub.
On Tuesday, 21 May 2019 07:00:42 UTC+1, alan_m wrote:
Yes I remmeber that, I tried it but never really liked it, my favourite was snakebite and black or a hairy chest (PiLs lager, vodka and blackcurrent).
I had a week or so of liking what I was told was called black & tan which was guiness and cider.
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