Your father smelled of elderberries

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Some stand in the rain in Leicester Square, others camp outside hotels. But fandom goes to the next level when, as with a recent Game of Thrones episode, you can spot a Monty Python quote translated into a fantastical invented language. In the episode Breaker of Chains , the show's linguist David Peterson created the ultimate in-joke with series creator Dan Weiss, by translating Monty Python quotes into Low Valyrian, a language used by a clan on the show. More specifically, he took the insults hurled by a French soldier in the movie Monty Python and the Holy Grail, such as "Your mother was a hamster, and your father smelled of elderberries. He's shouting and Nathalie Emmanuel [Missandei] is translating — but she's not translating what he's saying. Close… But no, he's actually starting out with, 'Your mother is a hamster.

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A medieval-style ale fit for modern beer geeks Hearken, ye merry craft-ale imbibers, as we present thee an ale inspired by medieval England. This re-creation of a medieval English ale is a brew the Knights of the Round Table would have heartily enjoyed. A strong beer, it has intense bready malt character accompanied by herbal, earthy hop notes and mild smokiness. The addition of elderberries imparts subtle blueberry-like flavor, while flaked oats and pale, amber and smoked malts mirror grains used by English brewers hundreds of years ago. You must be logged in to post a comment. Sign up for The Growler's mailing list to receive the latest news in food, drink, and culture, and special events you won't want to miss. Cultivating the craft lifestyle through storytelling that inspires progress in the communities of food, drink, arts, and the outdoors.

Your Father Smelt of Elderberries

I should just write. One of my applications got promoted to the next level, where I was required to complete a one-hour test to demonstrate fluency — I cannot make this up — in logical, verbal and numerical elements. Yet their scenes are often divorced from reality, skirting outside the bounds of the possible.
Hearken, ye merry craft-ale imbibers, as we present thee an ale inspired by medieval England. This re-creation of a medieval English ale is a brew the Knights of the Round Table would have heartily enjoyed. A strong beer, it has intense bready malt character accompanied by herbal, earthy hop notes and mild smokiness. The addition of elderberries imparts subtle blueberry-like flavor, while flaked oats and pale, amber and smoked malts mirror grains used by English brewers hundreds of years ago. The only information that I was given about this beer was that it was a "medieval fruit beer" brewed with elderberries.