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Beer Day Out - 3 Cooked Meats - Photo Taken By Phil5290 viewsThis is a shot of the three spit roasted meats prepared at the Beer Day Out. The photo was taken by Phil who forwarded it onto me. Thanks Phil.bhami
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Beer Day Out - Pork On The Spit Spike - Photo Taken By Phil5293 viewsA shot of the pork on the spit spike.bhami
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Beer Day Out - Spiking The Spit Meat - Photo Taken By Phil5149 viewsAnother shot of the spit being prepared by John and James. The photo was taken by Phil who forwarded it onto me. Thanks Phil.bhami
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Beer Day Out - Spit Roasting - Photo Taken By Phil5293 viewsAnother shot of the spit cooking. The photo was taken by Phil who forwarded it onto me. Thanks Phil.bhami
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Beer Day Out - Spit Roasting - Photo Taken By Phil5502 viewsA shot of two of the pieces of meat roasting. The lamb was put on a bit later as it was a bit smaller. The photo was taken by Phil who forwarded it onto me. Thanks Phil.bhami
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Beer Day Out - Spit Roasting - Photo Taken By Phil5201 viewsAn early shot of the spit roasting at the beer day out. The spit is dual fuelled. It uses heat beads most of the time but you can turn gas burners on to light the beads or to add more heat. The photo was taken by Phil who forwarded it onto me. Thanks Phil.bhami
   
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