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    King Of Knives Last minute gift ideas with fantastic savings.

    King Of Knives Last minute gift ideas for foodies:




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    that layout didn't work very well!

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    Wonder what would happen if you put this in water?-


    Bismarck Classic 9pc Knife Block Set




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    Bismarck Classic 9pc Knife Block Set

    The classic Bismarck 9 pc Knife Block Set has every knife the budding at-home chef could need, and nothing you don’t.
    German steel, razor-sharp blades
    Easy to maintain and long lasting
    Set includes:
    3.5"/9cm Paring
    6"/15 cm Sandwich
    8"/ 20cm Carving
    8"/ 20cm Cooks
    Straight Carving Fork
    8" /20cm Bread
    Honing Steel
    Kitchen Shears
    Rubberwood Knife Block
    Lifetime guarantee on workmanship and manufacturer's faults


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    That's the lowest price I have seen on the Kleva Sharp-




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    Klevasharp Knife and Shears Sharpener
    Seen on TV - the KLEVA SHARP is a practical and effective one step knife sharpener.
    Uniquelypatented, the KLEVA SHARP uses tungsten carbide technology to extend the life of almost any blade and with around 10,000 sharpens, your KLEVA SHARP will be useful around the house, shed and garden, for a long time.
    One of the KLEVA SHARP safety secrets is the power grip suction base leaving both hands to sharpen the blade. The unique suction cup base attaches securely to any smooth surface, bench top, tiles or even a wall.
    Bring old blunt knives back to life in a few seconds. KLEVA SHARP will hone it to a perfect angle and remove excess metal rapidly the first time you use it. Once sharp, better results are gained by using only light pressure and only microscopic amounts of metal are shed.
    Sharpens:

    • Kitchen Knives
    • Serrated Bread Knives
    • Garden Shears
    • Blender Blades
    • Pocket Knives
    • Hunting/Fishing Knives
    • and MORE

    The compact unit is very simple to use and can be taken anywhere. A great idea for the travelling cook!

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    Sink the Bismarck?

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    I would like to try and sink one of these, but they are bloody expensive-

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    How did this thread get onto beer? It seems to happen a bit on this website lol!

    Quote Originally Posted by fool View Post
    I would like to try and sink one of these, but they are bloody expensive-


    I thought of buying shares in Brew Dog, but I looked at it; they had recently offered shares to friends and family at 14 a share and to the general public were charging 95... You had to buy 3 to get the discount. Their constant need for capital seems ludicrous when they keep saying how well their sales are doing and the fact that there's now a lot more better micro brewers coming onto the market.

    A friend that did buy shares got a few bottles of Sink the Bismarck and said he much preferred Uncle Igor’s Famous Falling Over Water which is not as strong but tastes like beer rather than a badly beer flavoured spirit and it was just a marketing gimmick from Brew Dog.

    You could always make your own, here's a recipe for Uncle Arthur's Famous Fall Over Water - An Aussie variant of above - thanks to Home Brew Down Under: Uncle Arthur's famous falling down water.
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    Here you go, the new world's strongest beer... Strangely another Scottish company:

    Brewmeister - Beer Scientists Making Supersonic Beer

    Snake Venom 67.5%

    Contains special ingredients to achieve such a high volume of alcohol including smoked peat malt and two types of yeast: beer yeast and champagne yeast.

    Unlike Armageddon, Snake Venom is not designed to mask the taste of the alcohol. The alcohol is very strong but the beer still tastes like a beer rather than a spirit. It's hoppy, malty and very pleasant.

    Snake Venom is so strong that we have put a warning label on the neck of the bottle warning drinkers to beware.

    To get the correct ABV each batch is tested in the brewery with random batches being checked by external labs.

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    They are some strong beers!!

    Latest from King of Knives:

    Up to 80% off Post Christmas Sale:

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    No link?

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