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Old 04-07-2012, 09:06 PM posted to rec.food.drink.beer
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Default Is Landlord as good as it used to be?

A lot of once famous premium beers have lost character over the years,
but Landlord is still a satisfying drink IMHO. But was it once even better?


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On Wed, 04 Jul 2012 21:06:14 +0100, Rapunzel
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A lot of once famous premium beers have lost character over the years,
but Landlord is still a satisfying drink IMHO. But was it once even better?


Is that you Robpunzel? And it was once better.


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On 05/07/2012 15:48, Peter Alexander wrote:


Is that you Robpunzel? And it was once better.


Would love the chance to try a 1970s Landlord or Boddies or Pedigree. Or
even taste Deuchars from 2002 again.


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A lot of once famous premium beers have lost character over the years,
but Landlord is still a satisfying drink IMHO. But was it once even better?
I don't know about Landlord, but since Grain Belt got bought out by August Schells, it's gone to crap.


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