Ossett 2

Ossett Trip - JD's version.

In picture No.1 you see the youngest of Ross Oaten's mates wearing a pink pullover just before he had the piss taken out of him.
In No.2 you will see that he has covered up and ready to hide. The following day he returned it to Ross.
3. An empty bucket or vat, this is a very boring picture and typical of the photographer who also colours his hair.
4. This is the bar area, we had three barrels of ale to choose from and emptied them all before leaving.

5. The bus driver looked as pissed as I felt but there was no way I could balance a clock on my head like that.
Bad joke - worse than one of DC's
6. Here you see two of our most intelligent members. Richard on the left is telling Rory about a friend who died on a brewery trip by falling in a vat of beer, it took him hours to drown: he had to get out three times for a piss.
J 'interesting' D
7. The tall fellow, we will refer to him as JD, asked some good pertinent searching questions that had nothing at all to do with brewing beer. If you look very carefully in these photos you will see Chairman Keith. Keith was struggling up the stairs to bed after the visit so Clare, his wife, shouted from the bedroom 'Why are you making so much noise Keith?'. Keith said 'I'm trying to get this barrel of beer up stairs...' 'Well why don't you just leave it in the hall?' said Clare. 'I can't' said Keith, 'Ive already drunk it!'
Ossett Brewery
8. No smoking at the Osset brewery.
ID Parade?
9. Obviously an identity parade, can you guess who did it?! Ross Oaten, 2nd from the right, is the self appointed alpha male of the organisation and arranged the tour. He has a small penis. Although getting us lost en-route, he has shown that he can organise a piss up in a brewery, contrary to popular belief.
Bus home
10. All done, well fed and watered before a more direct route home and a banging head ache in the morning.

For Ross's version of events, click here...
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