Discussion in 'Dulwich Hamlet FC' started by Griff_Turnstile, Nov 20, 2019.
Suppose you can drown your sorrows now with limited edition Dulwich Hamlet bling gin...
That's satire surely?
I'm genuinely annoyed by this then.
Have the players had access to it on matchdays?
Designer gin. Are we trying to become a parody of ourselves?
Blame the owner innit.
I’m just surprised they aren’t doing an offer: 2 for £100 with free DHFC key ring and extra jangly keys plus a voucher for 10% off at Mac&Miller.
Poor friend of owner. Just wanted to do something nice.
I notice the Club Twitter account hasn’t retweeted or liked it. Not a “genuine” article? Or just ashamed at what they’ve done?
£60 DHFC branded gin? We've out Tamplined the ex Billericay owner.
Yeah, bit of an open goal for piss-takers.
Embarrassing. Needs a blue one to sell alongside.
I thought it couldn't possibly be real. It had to be a mock up from someone taking the piss. But, no, here it is on their webpage. We've jumped the shark. This is fucking embarassing. Who the fuck sanctioned this?
Distilled with exclusive Hamlets botanicals grown by Nathan Smith on his allotment.
Comes with free beard trimming kit.
Lowest moment of the season so far and I got hit by a ball at the Bath City game
£60! The fucking state if it!
Looks like he offered it to every team from step 1-10 and we were the only takers.
And there will be plenty.
I think i'll wait till the Champion Hill grass infused bottle is released.
If there’s a Hamlet Rum, then it’s okay.
And a tie-in deal with Brewdog.
Rum is made by socialists not Tories. Especially not Tories retweeting shit about Hillsborough.
ETA not a reference to Blitzwalker (who is safe).
Cheers, I try to be friends with everyone.
A Hamlet rum would be cool, although I don’t think a pink rum would be a good thing!
PS - I am partial to a gin occasionally but not at £60 a bottle!
I wonder if it was his children that had gone to a football match and not come back if he would be more careful about making fun of it on social media. The gin creator that is.
I was living in Liverpool back then and attended university with one of the Hillsborough victims. I subsequently met about thirty of the bereaved families due to having input - a tiny bit - into one of the submissions towards the Taylor report. Suffice to say this really saddens me.
If anyone at the club wants me to explain what life was like in Liverpool in the weeks after that disaster, I am happy to oblige.
I won't be buying a bottle. My thoughts remain with those whose lives were ruined that day by the loss of loved ones in a horrrendously traumatic manner. (Many relations were in the ground or watching on TV.)
I hope the club reconsider working with someone who seemingly considers the deaths of 96 football fans to be a source of amusement.
Really really bad.
Gavin in (Gin) or Gavin out (Gout). Gin or Gout, you decide...
Having suffered with gout a couple of times, I’ll stick with gin, although too much of it will probably give you gout.
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