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Monday, 10 June 2013

Making Rainbows

The sun was shining again this weekend and we made the most of it by spending all day Sunday in the garden. We didn't lounge around soaking up the rays or relaxing with friends and a barbecue, instead we were up to our necks in water and dirt, jet washing the decking. To say the jet washer is slightly leaky is a gross understatement. The water sprayed out from every gap that it could, giving us a head to toe shower at the same time as shifting the years of debris from the decking and fences.


Whilst washing down the fences we discovered that we could create rainbows and once the hard work was over the kids had a go at making some of their own, as well as spraying each other, whilst the adults sat down and enjoyed a cold beer.

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Radler is a blend of Foster's lager and cloudy lemonade which creates a refreshing & tangy drink, perfect for hot days in the garden. With the drink being only 2% ABV it's ideal for daytime drinking when you may want to take it a bit easier.

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The lager went down really well and was really thirst-quenching and despite being lemony the taste of the lager was still present.  With an RRP of £4 for 4 bottlers (Asda currently have them for £2.50 for 4 or £6 for 12) I will definitely be buying more in the hope that this gorgeous weather lasts.

I was sent some bottles of Radler for the purpose of this review

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