Category Archives: Rambling

Pub Facts – Half truths from the pub

What are Pub facts? Over the course of writing Brewing Britain and throughout my drinking career I have heard many a tall tale, always told most earnestly and always told at least two or three pints into the evening. I’ve … Continue reading

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Turin Day three

Turin Day three We two are now three and we have so far managed to just about re-film what we have shot yesterday in the rain, meaning that much of yesterday was a write off. Such is the nature of … Continue reading

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Turin day two – How to make pasta

Day two in the Turin blog four part series (day one is here). It rained on the second day, so this blog is mostly about how to make pasta. In the morning we sat in our apartment in a rundown … Continue reading

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Turin day one

Over Easter week I produced (and starred in) a documentary about Vermouth. It is in the editing stage but here is the start to the four diary accounts I kept during that time. There is a feel to mainland Europe, … Continue reading

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Booze walks – Part of the Bristol Walking Festival

Booze walks This year, and for a limited time only, I’ll be running two exclusive Booze walks. They are 2 hour long strolls, around the stunning backdrop of Brunel’s masterpiece suspension bridge and through the worlds first heritage site Avon … Continue reading

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Birth and death on the Somerset levels

  This Wednesday 8th February (2012) I found myself walking around the Somerset levels.  The levels are a beautiful part of the South West of England. It’s home to the Glastonbury festival, an awe inspiring gorge over in Cheddar, cave’s that … Continue reading

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