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No, not the fuel but the drink. There remains a great debate over what is a Diesel, many people up my way consider it to be half cider, half lager with a dash of blackcurrant. However others would call what know to be Diesel, a Snakebite.

So I ask you people, knowing many of you are aged people, what would you call a Diesel?

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I always knew Diesel as Beer with Coca-Cola ...but i never drank it, i prefer straight beer, a nice cold beer without mixing.

Btw, a question for British people (or at least that's what i've always heard you do, i'm sorry if it is not correct) how is it possible to drink warm beer?

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Mainly because, in some places it is all you can get so you get used to it. Plus ale, which I prefer, is best served at room temperature.

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What the flying fuck is a Diesel other than a shit fuel

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:o You ain't never heard of it? Young people these days ;) 

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18 hours ago, JackHammer said:

What the flying fuck is a Diesel other than a shit fuel

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Snakebite is cider and black down here. Diesel is half lager, half cider and blackcurrant.

 

And it's fecking lethal :D 

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That's how it should be.Not had one since university days.

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It got so bad at some of my locals with people chucking up and staining walls/carpets etc. that they refused to sell it anymore :/

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Hehe, I remember repainting some walls at uni after a long day/night on the diesels.

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