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Fulham in Brighton and Sussex meet for a beer next Monday
« on: January 21, 2014, 07:13:18 PM »
After a break over the festive period,  it's time for us to gather together once again to celebrate and commiserate everything Fulhamish.
As usual,  it's the last Monday of the month (28th) from 8pm. There's a change of venue
 this month - the Eagle,  which is opposite our normal meeting place,  the Basketmakers on Gloucester Road in the North Laine part of town. It's about 10 minutes walk from the station for people coming by train.
Everyone welcome.
We've got a very kind offer to discuss for our February meet up.

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Re: Fulham in Brighton and Sussex meet for a beer next Monday
« Reply #1 on: January 21, 2014, 07:27:02 PM »
Oooh change of venue…….two steps across the road from the old venue. :yay: We are hoping to increase this 'therapy' group at each new meeting. Outgrown the 1st venue, now on the 2nd one; Brighton Dome here we come  049:gif
See you Monday Andrew.

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Re: Fulham in Brighton and Sussex meet for a beer next Monday
« Reply #2 on: January 21, 2014, 07:35:59 PM »
I will be back from the blades game and will be lookin to get there.


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Re: Fulham in Brighton and Sussex meet for a beer next Monday
« Reply #3 on: January 21, 2014, 07:52:40 PM »
If its Monday it will be the 27th not 28th.

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Re: Fulham in Brighton and Sussex meet for a beer next Monday
« Reply #4 on: January 21, 2014, 07:58:11 PM »
After a break over the festive period,  it's time for us to gather together once again to celebrate and commiserate everything Fulhamish.
As usual,  it's the last Monday of the month (28th) from 8pm. There's a change of venue
 this month - the Eagle,  which is opposite our normal meeting place,  the Basketmakers on Gloucester Road in the North Laine part of town. It's about 10 minutes walk from the station for people coming by train.
Everyone welcome.
We've got a very kind offer to discuss for our February meet up.
Oooh change of venue…….two steps across the road from the old venue. :yay: We are hoping to increase this 'therapy' group at each new meeting. Outgrown the 1st venue, now on the 2nd one; Brighton Dome here we come  049:gif
See you Monday Andrew.
Looking forward to seeing everyone again and any new recruits to our 'therapy group'.I remember the Eagle from my student days -good pub.I might still pop into the Basketmakers first for my ESB fix.Lets hope we will be talking about a great win v Sheffield Utd and a couple of brilliant signings.



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Re: Fulham in Brighton and Sussex meet for a beer next Monday
« Reply #5 on: January 21, 2014, 08:38:43 PM »
After a break over the festive period,  it's time for us to gather together once again to celebrate and commiserate everything Fulhamish.
As usual,  it's the last Monday of the month (28th) from 8pm. There's a change of venue
 this month - the Eagle,  which is opposite our normal meeting place,  the Basketmakers on Gloucester Road in the North Laine part of town. It's about 10 minutes walk from the station for people coming by train.
Everyone welcome.
We've got a very kind offer to discuss for our February meet up.
Oooh change of venue…….two steps across the road from the old venue. :yay: We are hoping to increase this 'therapy' group at each new meeting. Outgrown the 1st venue, now on the 2nd one; Brighton Dome here we come  049:gif
See you Monday Andrew.
Looking forward to seeing everyone again and any new recruits to our 'therapy group'.I remember the Eagle from my student days -good pub.I might still pop into the Basketmakers first for my ESB fix.Lets hope we will be talking about a great win v Sheffield Utd and a couple of brilliant signings.



Looking forward to seeing you Mick ! With you on the signings……and will be nail biting my way through BT internet game Sunday lunchtime.


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Re: Fulham in Brighton and Sussex meet for a beer next Monday
« Reply #6 on: January 21, 2014, 10:12:45 PM »
If its Monday it will be the 27th not 28th.
Yes, you're right it's the 27th. I'm frazzled after my 8 year old daughter's birthday party. How can 5 girls make so much noise? At least I caught my daughter playing 'We love you Fulham, we do, we love you Fulham, we do etc' on her kazoo thingie.
The Basketmakers is closed for a private party on 27th, but the Eagle may be a better venue as its bigger should our numbers grow. And it sells Hophead!

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Re: Fulham in Brighton and Sussex meet for a beer next Monday
« Reply #7 on: January 21, 2014, 10:33:28 PM »
After a break over the festive period,  it's time for us to gather together once again to celebrate and commiserate everything Fulhamish.
As usual,  it's the last Monday of the month (28th) from 8pm. There's a change of venue
 this month - the Eagle,  which is opposite our normal meeting place,  the Basketmakers on Gloucester Road in the North Laine part of town. It's about 10 minutes walk from the station for people coming by train.
Everyone welcome.
We've got a very kind offer to discuss for our February meet up.
Oooh change of venue…….two steps across the road from the old venue. :yay: We are hoping to increase this 'therapy' group at each new meeting. Outgrown the 1st venue, now on the 2nd one; Brighton Dome here we come  049:gif
See you Monday Andrew.
Looking forward to seeing everyone again and any new recruits to our 'therapy group'.I remember the Eagle from my student days -good pub.I might still pop into the Basketmakers first for my ESB fix.Lets hope we will be talking about a great win v Sheffield Utd and a couple of brilliant signings.



Looking forward to seeing you Mick ! With you on the signings……and will be nail biting my way through BT internet game Sunday lunchtime.

If its Monday it will be the 27th not 28th.
Yes, you're right it's the 27th. I'm frazzled after my 8 year old daughter's birthday party. How can 5 girls make so much noise? At least I caught my daughter playing 'We love you Fulham, we do, we love you Fulham, we do etc' on her kazoo thingie.
The Basketmakers is closed for a private party on 27th, but the Eagle may be a better venue as its bigger should our numbers grow. And it sells Hophead!
I don't have BT Jenny but my son Alex will be going with friends so will keep me up to date with things.I will be following on Sky Sports News unfortunately.
Thanks Andrew for thumbs up  on Basketmakers being shut - will go to Evening Star & Lord Nelson to start with instead.If you and Jenny fancy taking the dust out of your throats before the Eagle let me know.Cheers
Brighton has some great pubs.

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Re: Fulham in Brighton and Sussex meet for a beer next Monday
« Reply #8 on: January 22, 2014, 08:12:37 AM »
After a break over the festive period,  it's time for us to gather together once again to celebrate and commiserate everything Fulhamish.
As usual,  it's the last Monday of the month (28th) from 8pm. There's a change of venue
 this month - the Eagle,  which is opposite our normal meeting place,  the Basketmakers on Gloucester Road in the North Laine part of town. It's about 10 minutes walk from the station for people coming by train.
Everyone welcome.
We've got a very kind offer to discuss for our February meet up.

Thanks for the invite. Have sent you a PM


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Re: Fulham in Brighton and Sussex meet for a beer next Monday
« Reply #9 on: January 22, 2014, 10:35:49 AM »
Hopefully 2 from Steyning will do our best to get over on Monday.

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« Reply #10 on: January 22, 2014, 11:59:15 AM »
If its Monday it will be the 27th not 28th.


Yes, you're right it's the 27th. I'm frazzled after my 8 year old daughter's birthday party. How can 5 girls make so much noise? At least I caught my daughter playing 'We love you Fulham, we do, we love you Fulham, we do etc' on her kazoo thingie.
The Basketmakers is closed for a private party on 27th, but the Eagle may be a better venue as its bigger should our numbers grow. And it sells Hophead!

What a great session beer hophead is. In fact Dark Star produce some of the best ales around especially APA.

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Re: Fulham in Brighton and Sussex meet for a beer next Monday
« Reply #11 on: January 22, 2014, 01:14:25 PM »
If its Monday it will be the 27th not 28th.


Yes, you're right it's the 27th. I'm frazzled after my 8 year old daughter's birthday party. How can 5 girls make so much noise? At least I caught my daughter playing 'We love you Fulham, we do, we love you Fulham, we do etc' on her kazoo thingie.
The Basketmakers is closed for a private party on 27th, but the Eagle may be a better venue as its bigger should our numbers grow. And it sells Hophead!

What a great session beer hophead is. In fact Dark Star produce some of the best ales around especially APA.
Dark Star beers are excellent, have you done their tour yet, just a short cycle from Steyning where i live and they have a great shop selling all thier beers.


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Re: Fulham in Brighton and Sussex meet for a beer next Monday
« Reply #12 on: January 22, 2014, 02:27:05 PM »
If its Monday it will be the 27th not 28th.


Yes, you're right it's the 27th. I'm frazzled after my 8 year old daughter's birthday party. How can 5 girls make so much noise? At least I caught my daughter playing 'We love you Fulham, we do, we love you Fulham, we do etc' on her kazoo thingie.
The Basketmakers is closed for a private party on 27th, but the Eagle may be a better venue as its bigger should our numbers grow. And it sells Hophead!

What a great session beer hophead is. In fact Dark Star produce some of the best ales around especially APA.
Dark Star beers are excellent, have you done their tour yet, just a short cycle from Steyning where i live and they have a great shop selling all thier beers.

I live in Essex but hope to visit both Dark Star and Harvey's one of these days.

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Re: Fulham in Brighton and Sussex meet for a beer next Monday
« Reply #13 on: January 22, 2014, 04:40:27 PM »
Sandwiched nicely in between Sheff Utd and Swansea away!

Should be there with my Dad.

It's George by the way- rarely use this forum

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Re: Fulham in Brighton and Sussex meet for a beer next Monday
« Reply #14 on: January 22, 2014, 06:09:42 PM »
If its Monday it will be the 27th not 28th.


Yes, you're right it's the 27th. I'm frazzled after my 8 year old daughter's birthday party. How can 5 girls make so much noise? At least I caught my daughter playing 'We love you Fulham, we do, we love you Fulham, we do etc' on her kazoo thingie.
The Basketmakers is closed for a private party on 27th, but the Eagle may be a better venue as its bigger should our numbers grow. And it sells Hophead!

What a great session beer hophead is. In fact Dark Star produce some of the best ales around especially APA.
Dark Star beers are excellent, have you done their tour yet, just a short cycle from Steyning where i live and they have a great shop selling all thier beers.
The Evening Star pub in Brighton is where it all began.They used to brew the beers in the cellar of the pub.It is the next best place to visit after the brewery itself to sample all the beers.I have done the Harvey's and Fullers tours both of which were great


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Re: Fulham in Brighton and Sussex meet for a beer next Monday
« Reply #15 on: January 22, 2014, 09:59:29 PM »
have you been to this?http://www.spinupinabrewery.com/ great day out. Look forward to seeing you on Monday.
If its Monday it will be the 27th not 28th.


Yes, you're right it's the 27th. I'm frazzled after my 8 year old daughter's birthday party. How can 5 girls make so much noise? At least I caught my daughter playing 'We love you Fulham, we do, we love you Fulham, we do etc' on her kazoo thingie.
The Basketmakers is closed for a private party on 27th, but the Eagle may be a better venue as its bigger should our numbers grow. And it sells Hophead!

What a great session beer hophead is. In fact Dark Star produce some of the best ales around especially APA.
Dark Star beers are excellent, have you done their tour yet, just a short cycle from Steyning where i live and they have a great shop selling all thier beers.
have you been to their spin up in brewery? Great day out
« Last Edit: January 22, 2014, 10:04:26 PM by Shredhead »

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Re: Fulham in Brighton and Sussex meet for a beer next Monday
« Reply #16 on: January 23, 2014, 09:47:26 AM »
This thread is beginning to sound like a 'Fulham fan's guide to Real Ale drinking' 082.gif
Don't be put off…..lager, wine and non-alcoholic drinkers very welcome too…..just worried that if everyone who says they're going to come, turns up, it'll be standing room only in the 'Eagle'  :016:……never mind, will bring my woolly hat and sit outside if necessary 049:gif

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« Reply #17 on: January 23, 2014, 10:20:33 AM »
Going to a beer festival tonight in Colchester and another one tomorrow at a local pub. Saturday to get straight then a six am start on Sunday up to Sheffield. I think the drinking before a Fulham game is necessary and usually after the games as well.