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published 31/03/2005

AdvantagesTasty, top quality ale


...Cumberland Ale, Crag Rat and Cocker Hoop, but this review concerns a beer that first appeared in 1990 as a winter warmer and is now a part of the regular line-up, Sneck Lifter. Wondering just what a Sneck Lifter is? No?...oh. Tough, I'm gonna tell ya anyway. In Northern Britain, a sneck is a door latch. A sneck lifter was a man's last tanner (an old sixpenny piece) which allowed him to lift the latch...

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AdvantagesTasty, warming and lovely colour.

DisadvantagesMmmm...not too sure there are any!

...always enjoyed them, so I was looking forward to this one. The beer in question is Jennings Sneck Lifter. ~~~THE BREWERY. Jennings Brewery was set up, as a family business, back in 1828 by John Jennings. He had come from a family of maltsters and began brewing in the village of Lorton (in the Lake District). The Brewery moved to Cockermouth in 1874 and is now located within shouting distance...

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AdvantagesNo residue after blow drying, smells gorgeous, easy to use

DisadvantagesDoesn't do enough for me to buy again (or even bother using up this bottle)

...- when I saw the Samy Fat Hair Root Lifter Spray was on half price offer at £2.97 I picked up two, one for me and the other to go in my daughter's stocking with some hair bits I've already bought for her). This is basically a temporary hair thickener, designed to be sprayed of the roots before styling to give them a bit of lift and therefore make your style look thicker and 'bigger'. The bottle is...

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