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Pardon me

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Aug 13, 2016
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Picked up a growler of Carlton Draught from the Lower Plenty Hotel this arvo... long day building retaining walls & just cracked it open...

For $24 for 2 litres & refills at $20 it goes down vey well.

And I love saying growler


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Bring it up to Burra Brewery mate it’s only 15 beans for refills of craft beer.
I love my growler but the kegerator is king now
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Winmar2Lockett

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Sep 14, 2008
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Bring it up to Burra Brewery mate it’s only 15 beans for refills of craft beer.
I love my growler but the kegerator is king nowView attachment 948186
One of my mates has got the same set up... we had a big sesh there between lockdowns.

Can’t wait for the next one


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plugger66

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Jan 10, 2011
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Picked up a growler of Carlton Draught from the Lower Plenty Hotel this arvo... long day building retaining walls & just cracked it open...

For $24 for 2 litres & refills at $20 it goes down vey well.

And I love saying growler


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Apparently the growlers are selling well.
 

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Pakenhamsaint

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Jan 5, 2011
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The old man gave me some whiskey he was gifted from a colleague at work. I did that Dan Murphy's 2 hour delivery today to top up the beer supply. 15 bucks later for said express delivery.
 

Yawkey way

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May 8, 2017
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Still no good with the gout Yawks? I need a nerve settler. I'll have one for you too.
Long gone, thankfully it only lasted a few days with the first night being particularly painfull.

I had a couple of ciders watching the game but generally staying clear of anything likely to cause a repeat.
 

plugger66

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Jan 10, 2011
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Long gone, thankfully it only lasted a few days with the first night being particularly painfull.

I had a couple of ciders watching the game but generally staying clear of anything likely to cause a repeat.
I was getting gout weekly or at best fortnightly for about 6 months and it didn’t happen any more or less if I drank. I’ve gone onto allopurinol and haven’t had an attack for 5 months. And I’m drinking more than ever because of lockdown. If it doesn’t worry you taking tablets I’d be talking to your doctor about it.
 

gringo2011

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Nov 12, 2011
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I was getting gout weekly or at best fortnightly for about 6 months and it didn’t happen any more or less if I drank. I’ve gone onto allopurinol and haven’t had an attack for 5 months. And I’m drinking more than ever because of lockdown. If it doesn’t worry you taking tablets I’d be talking to your doctor about it.

My cousin got it in his 20s and went away again. I think he somehow got kidney stones working overseas and after the operation never got it back.
 

Yawkey way

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My cousin got it in his 20s and went away again. I think he somehow got kidney stones working overseas and after the operation never got it back.
I’ve never had a gout attack before but I did have high uric acid levels back in my twenties.

I was prescribed the same or similar medication to plugger and told I’d be on it for life but never bothered taking it. I just altered my diet a little and have never had a problem with it up until now. If I remember correctly all I did was cut back on the red meat and fish. It was a surprise at the time as I was ultra fit and rarely drank alcohol etc, now it’s not surprising at all haha.

Seriously though for many people high uric acid levels are hereditary so diet plays less of a role and unfortunately I fall into that category. At present I’m on the phone calls to my GP but when things return to some semblance of normal I’ll get some bloods done and may well end up on the same meds as plugger.

I was surprised by how painful it was on the first night, I imagine you could get some relief from an anti inflammatory like nurofen. I don’t take anything unless I absolutely have to, I’d have made a lousy addict I don’t like needles or taking meds.
 

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