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No parties, no decent socials, the months after Christmas seem to go on forever. Gathering gossip in these sober times could prove taxing for a gossip columnist less well connected than Musty. But this month she has travelled as far afield as Mexico, mixed with barbarians and drunk 4000-year-old beer, in search of the weird and wonderful of the drinks world. Oh and Allied is up to its old tricks again...


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