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Chocolate or lager

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Dh bought me a bar of co-op seasalt and toffee chocolate. I also have a bottle of Vienna style lager from Thornbridge Brewery.

If I have chocolate, then I don't drink alcohol. But I've had the lager about 2 months now, and I put it in the fridge this morning.

So what should it be?




Sirzy Sun 24-Aug-14 21:06:49

chocolate without question

(but I dont like lager)

Chocolate here too (but I don't drink) I've had a mini bottle of cava in my fridge since 2006 wink

iklboo Sun 24-Aug-14 21:11:27

Chocolate, I think. Why not chocolate & alcohol together (interested, not goady!!)?

I totally lose any sweet tooth if I drink alcohol & crave savoury. DH is the opposite.

Moomoomie Sun 24-Aug-14 21:12:59

Definitely chocolate..... But then again I rarely drink alcohol.
Also the children are more likely to nick the chocolategrin

DurhamDurham Sun 24-Aug-14 21:13:04

Chocolate every time.

Lager is horrible stuff.

iklboo Sun 24-Aug-14 21:19:15

If it was chocolate or Ginger Old Tom ale I might have a problem choosing though.

2kidsintow Sun 24-Aug-14 21:45:38


Lager mings.

But that chocolate sounds grim.

scarletoconnor Sun 24-Aug-14 21:52:48

Op for future reference you can buy chocolate flavoured beer. grin

hyperhops Sun 24-Aug-14 21:53:16

I would say both...but only because I have given up both alcohol and sugar so actually couldn't have either!

'Proper' lager ie not mass produced stuff, is lovely. Especially from local micro breweries.

And buying it supports local businesses.

I rarely drink, just had a small glass of 5% and already feel the effects grin

magicalmrmistofelees Mon 25-Aug-14 08:18:57

Why not both together? smile

LegArmpits Mon 25-Aug-14 08:53:05

Beer, especially Thornbridge beer!

AnnOnymity Mon 25-Aug-14 09:13:59


I hate lager

CatKisser Mon 25-Aug-14 09:15:54

Lager, I don't get the hype about chocolate at all.

iwantgin Mon 25-Aug-14 09:19:18

Chocolate does nothing for me.
Lager - but only if it's a good one.

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