For hundreds of years, farmers in the agricultural regions of southern Belgium and northern France have brewed ale to serve to the farm workers: food and drink were part of the daily wage. Often brewed in the winter months, when farming activity was slower, these seasonal summer beers became known as "saison" beers - French for "season." The flavors and strength found in different saisons ranged widely, depending on the farm's regional ingredients and the brewer's palate, but word of an especially tasty saison at a farm would surely help attract workers for future work. Saison 1858 is made from barley malt, unmalted wheat, hops, and a bit of spice: coriander and orange peel; the yeast strain is traditional, and is bottle-conditioned.
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Joe Dirt is a 2001 American adventure comedy film starring David Spade, Dennis Miller, Christopher Walken, Adam Beach, Brian Thompson, Brittany Daniel, Jaime Pressly, Erik Per Sullivan, and Kid Rock. The film was written by Spade and Fred Wolf, and produced by Robert Simonds. The plot concerns a "white trash" young man, Joe Dirt, who at first seems to be a "loser", a failure, an antihero. As a baby he had a mullet wig installed because the top of his skull had never formed. As he travels in search of his parents, his fine qualities are increasingly revealed. He ends up with a new "family" of close friends, people he has helped and who respect him.
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No street view on this one, for some reason it took me a while but its Pizza San Daniello - Sojcak, Svetlogorska 2873 390 05 Tabor, Czech Republic. RJ
Hey Ernie, Okay, thanks for the curve ball. I immediately recognized the model as the lovely Dominika Jandalova (AKA Coxy). She has been in a lot of nude in public shots, always butt naked and always rocking the landing strip that I wish she would just shave off. You will mostly find her bare ass walking around Barcelona. But to me, the photo looked a lot like Cap d' Agde, the Naked City. So I looked like hell in both places. Nothing. Turns out she was in Tabor, Czech Republic. No Street View, so it took me a while to make sure I had the right place. The pizza place is Pizza San Daniello. The Albert's Supermarket is now the COOP. Here are some more shots of Dominika and her very grab-able pussy. Anyway, thare's your pizza stand, what else ya got? Keep 'em coming, Tim.
Well the first thing I got is to point out no one has found this pigeon yet. And then your difficult mission -- and I should warn you this mission is only for the most dedicated of researchers -- is to find this trumpet player.
Vranac is a variety of grapes and a red wine from Montenegro, and is protected as intellectual property and Montenegrin geographical indication of origin since 1977. Vranac is considered the most important variety of grape in Montenegro and one of the most important in the Republic of Macedonia. As it is a local specialty and due to its localized geography, it produces a dry red wine of a unique taste and character that is synonymous with the Balkans. Young Vranac wines have a bright purple hue and a nose full of red berries and fruit jams. After a year or two of aging, the purple develops into an intense dark ruby and the nose develops a more complex aroma that can include hints of cinnamon, chocolate, liquorice, flowers, black fruits, herbs and even woods such as oak.
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