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Thursday, January 24, 2008

Lady of Moleskine, Spirit and Ale

Our esteemed Honorary Founder and Creator of Graphics, Sir Dayvd of Oxfordshire came up with this outstanding image after a few too many Belgian Wheat Beers at his local Pub. He said that this beer was flavored with strawberry and after about three pints he felt like he was having a party in his pants! Now, that's some good beer! Anyway, this is his Knightly vision of what a Lady of Moleskine, Spirit and Ale looks like after he made his way home.

The beer is called Fruli, and as their web site proclaims, "It's not served everywhere like Stella, it's only served in the very best pubs." They also claim that, "Fruli is for those who find it." Here's to finding the best beers, the best Ladies, the best Knights and Strawberry Fields Forever!

Sir Hook of Warrick


  1. I don't know what we did to deserve such awesome art work, but I thank God and Sir Dayvd for it all.

    Imagine how good his art work is going to look on our very own Knights of MSA beer bottles (Sir Hook's basement would make the perfect home brewery).

    Just a thought. In the meantime, I'll look into micro-breweries that offer custom labels.

    Sir Bowie of Greenbriar

  2. I used to collect beer cans when I was a kid. I got rid of most of them a couple of years ago, mostly because they were worthless, but I kept a few of the good ones. I have the Old Frothingslosh cans with Fatima Whatshername on them, the Schmidt nature/sports cans, and Hudepohl cans commemorating the Cincinnati Reds' World Series wins.