He drunk a lot after securing survival, now David Wheater has sort of had a go at making his own stuff. The Bank Top brewery has made a beer in his honour. I’d have a pint, but given his name, it’s a wheat beer, a style of which I’ve never really been a fan of.
The beer is available from the tap room on Belmont Road, whether it’ll ever be sold on the Macron concourses is another thing.
— Bolton Wanderers FC (@OfficialBWFC) June 26, 2018
Naturally, it got me thinking if Bolton players past and present, what would they be?
Obviously, there is a Wanderer Pale Ale
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John McGinlay would be a good candidate for a drink. I imagine it would have a crisp finish. As would brews in honour of Adam Le Fondre or Ivan Klasnic. And Nat Lofthouse naturally, although calling it ‘Nat’s Piss’ would be unfair on the great man.
I would start with a pint of Super John.
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Or maybe the Keith Andrews, Dean Moxey or Gary Megson offerings? Bitter, over-priced and with a lingering aftertaste?
Dean Moxey or Keith Andrews – bitter #bwfc
— Jack (@jthomasbwfc) June 26, 2018
There’s obviously room for wordplay. Dioufy’s lager would either be loved or hated, likely served in a spit-shined glass.
Ale Hadji Diouf
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