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On 9 Feb 2013 at 5:23pm lost and found wrote:
i have found a full bottle of harveys ouze booze in the cupboard. out of date obviously by quite a few years! Is it any good to drink? Or shall i keep it untouched. will it explode eventually one wonders? advise please!
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On 9 Feb 2013 at 8:23pm IDM wrote:
Under no circumstances attempt to drink it. This is a food safety issue. Contact me immediately and I will send round one of our highly trained specialists who will dispose of it in the safe and proper manner.
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On 9 Feb 2013 at 8:39pm Down South wrote:
Cook yourself a horsemeat casserole with it
 
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On 9 Feb 2013 at 9:22pm KENDO CASTER wrote:
Mine exploded a few years ago.
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On 10 Feb 2013 at 1:26am Bloke 2 wrote:
Slightly off topic but I just bought a cucumber from tesco and it turns out its a horses wanger
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On 10 Feb 2013 at 9:46am Sussex Jim wrote:
It is surprising how long beer keeps for; well past sell-by date for a quality beer or a decent home-made.
Move it slowly and carefully, and let it stand for a day or two if you cannot keep it upright when moving. Hold it firmly on a solid surface when opening and gently pour into a large glass up against the light to ensure that any sediment is left in the bottle. If it tastes all right then drink it.
 
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On 10 Feb 2013 at 12:53pm bastian wrote:
I have a bottle around the house that hasn't exploded yet, just waiting!
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On 10 Feb 2013 at 8:33pm Old Malling wrote:
Still got a bottle in the cupboard - didn't realise it was likely to explode!
 
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On 10 Feb 2013 at 9:54pm Off-Message wrote:
The bottle won't spontaneously explode. What occasionally causes a bottle to explode is the build-up of pressure caused by CO2 given off by fementable matter in the liquid. If it's knocked clumsilly when at high pressure, or exposed to excessive heat, it may explode. A bottle of Ouze Booze, if it had any such fermentable matter to start with, won't still have any after 12 or so years in bottle although it may have sediment. After a few years in bottle the pressure in any case decreases as the crown cap is not 100% air tight and the pressure gradually escapes.
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On 11 Feb 2013 at 6:44am Sceptic wrote:
Like Kendo Caster mine exploded years ago, but the explosion came from my rear end.
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On 13 Feb 2013 at 5:46pm mickyboy wrote:
I have just sold 48 halfpint bottles of silver jubilee, wedding of charles and diana and other varied commemorative ales all different breweries, how ever I retain an enigma in my cupboard, a bottle of 1917 taylors port with a label round its neck and a cork.
the label has one word on it "decanted" obviously its been rebottled and the cork is the original, the enigma? simple what would be a suitable bottle to have at hand so that if on opening the taylors is old vinegar, I have a suitable something at hand as a consolation prize. preferably something under a £100


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