Discussion in 'London and the South East' started by FoxyRed, Aug 4, 2010.
TruXta: I shall propose it.
Not the worst idea ever.
It would be fairly easy for anyone east really. Ginger line to Crystal Palace, then normal train one stop to Gipsy Hill.
Can't be that far to walk either, can it?
About 15 minutes, I think.
Yeah, something like that.
It's not far, no, but there's a mountain in the way.
A measly hill is all!
I have discovered that there is yet another Ofsted massive coming to see me Wednesday so I will be SO ready for drinks come the evening...
Just bumping this thread as well: 7pm tonight at Beer Rebellion opp Gipsy Hill station. I don't think there's a cashpoint there btw unless there's one of those shop ones I haven't noticed, so bring money. NB I'll probably be there about 8 due to eating.
There is a free cashpoint in Gipsy Hill Station, just opposite Beer Rebellion
I'll be there shortly after 8. I'll be the smelly sweaty bastard.
I have been utterly Ofsteded - just waiting for the OH to get home and then I should be there. The only caveat is that the baby is sick and gaijinboy was up all night with her - so if he's really tired I'll stay in to help as I owe him big time atm for lots and lots of looking after the kids whilst I work.
Also, I won't have eaten but I think they have food there right?
Which may mean you can order in.
I googled them and there were pictures of the place with a food menu and people eating food. Curry sounds good though!
On me way!
gaijinboy has just arrived home - in a disgusting sweaty state - so I'm off too
our landlord has finally sold the house we've all been sharing for the last few years, so we're looking at a possible house to rent in Gypsy Hill at 9am tomorrow...
all this talk of beer and curry and sinkholes has filled me with great excitement.
we took the house... same time in November?
Ey, why not?!
Don't forget to let Badgers see all the pictures we took for him!
I am keen to go to Beer Rebellion, but wasn't able to make it last week, for various reasons. I will look out for the next time. Is it big enough for a large group to meet in - assuming we can get a large group together... - it looks quite small when I have driven past.
i checked this place out the other night. very nice indeed.
Cool. I've yet to go.
beautiful woodwork, nice prices.
Sam Smith's yes? Was it busy at all?
mostly the old boys at the bar, a smattering of young uns. a few teachers from the local primary school. dunno how it gets of an evening.
It is quite small.
30 people would max out the upstairs space!
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