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Ben Skerry
Nicey replies: Ben,

The Wife has the odd cuppa soup now and again, we probably consume on average 2 to three four packs a year. One a month, which is probably a dangerously high intake.

David Grennall

Thin Arrowroot Review
Nicey replies: Well of course the original Beer biscuit was the Thin Arrowroot which used to be sold in pubs from large glass jars on the bar. Personally I would have to be fairly lashed up to want to eat Thin Arrowroot biscuits.

Of course there is no right or wrong biscuit to eat when driven to the biscuit tin by beer. In fact the situation can work to ones own advantage as often you are able to see off less appealing biscuits that may normally be overlooked, thus freeing up valuable tin space. I would simply encourage your colleagues to keep a well stocked and diverse tin prepared for all eventualities.

You would of course be foolish not to have a few Digestives handy.

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