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I keep missing powerswitch beers so it's about time I went to one. Obviously my preference is the Jerusalem Tavern where we've met so often in the past as it's really close to work, but anywhere tube-connected north, west or south of london is fine. It all depends on the date. Mondays and Thursdays are bad.
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Tuesdays are generally good for me: 18/9 or 25/9?

N1 (Wenlock Arms) is also good for me.
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Beer sounds great! I don't really care where as long as it's in London and serves bitter. Only problem for me is that it has to be a Sunday, otherwise there's a fat chance I'll be at work :roll:

If Sunday's a problem with someone else then I'll understand and guess I'll have to meet you another time.

Looking forward to hearing your thoughts!
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About time for another drink I think!

I am available most days in September, anyone else care to suggest a date and venue?

I favour the wenlock arms as suggested above, what do others think?
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That pub's just not close enough to a tube station for me I'm afraid.
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If the wenlock is not suitable, what about somwhere more central, preferably with room to sit down.
How about the citie of york in holborne?
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adam2 wrote:If the wenlock is not suitable, what about somwhere more central, preferably with room to sit down.
How about the citie of york in holborne?
ye olde holborne works for me.
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I'm up for London drinkies too, I just need a week's notice so I can manufacture a reason to work from the London office for the day. :lol:
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Citie of York is good - nice pub and fairly central...
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Post by newmac »

How about, to give everyone time to organise their diaries we go for Wednesday 24th at the Citie of York, starting around 6, 6.30?

James, can you make it? If so I'll bring along your olive oil and laminated poster.

Anyone else what some wholesale priced fair trade extra virgin in conversion olive oil?
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Cool bananas, I'll pop it in my diary. 8)
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Wednesday 24 th fine by me, I will bring a supply of low energy lamps for all, within reason!
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sounds good. my diary is currently clear.
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Wednesday 24th, Citie of Yorke sounds great! Good idea to set a date well in advance! See you there!
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