means 'throat' north of the border, but this beer's name is incomprehensible when you first hear it in a busy English pub
Peter's excuse is that all he ever wanted to do was sell good beer and give people what they want ( a festival with beers such as The Amber Necktie from Selby, Flying Herbert from Guisborough, Old Humbug from Hexham and Thrapple
Dowser from Perth would intrigue any thirst.
If I ate that just a couple of miles up the road in Glasgow," said Bill as the last tasty mouthful disappeared down his thrapple
, "I'd probably pay double.
On trial are David Montgomery, 23, of Barr Street, Motherwell, and Andrew Coulter, 19, of Caplaw Tower, Gowk- thrapple
On trial this time are David Montgomery, 23, of Barr Street, Motherwell, and Andrew Coulter, 19, of Caplaw Tower, Gowk- thrapple
However the best one I hooked - and lost - was while fishing the fly in the Thrapple
Hole, a famous drift on Loch Leven.
o PAUL NICHOLLS has a stranglehold on the Tingle Creek that Kendo Nagasaki would be proud of and I don't see the big fella easing up on any thrapples
Saying "mine's a schooner," may not have the same ring as asking for a pint - and of course is only two-thirds of one - but if it helps people throw less of the demon down their thrapples
, I'm all for it.
That might have been all right if it wasn't for the fact that has been Gordon's own get-out clause, which he's rammed down our thrapples
for the past year.
Mind you, on balance, maybe in the 21st century, text speak will get them further than shoving Gaelic down their thrapples
, as some in our Parliament want.