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I can remember when I was 13, my mate and I would go in to our local shop and buy a can of Top Deck lemonade shandy. We couldn't beleive that it actually had tiny amounts of alcohol in it and was available to children. Other flavours included cider and lager and lime.


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Do You Remember Top Deck?

Do You Remember Top Deck?

  • Anonymous user
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    Top deck shandy, I thought I was being so cool and hard supping this stuff when I was a child!
  • bez5747
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    Cidona? Cydrax? Delish!
  • Anonymous user
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    I remember saving the ring pulls from the cans of Top Deck to get a single (those black shiny things that played music). Must have drunk about 250 cans of the stuff to qualify for my single.... Iron Maiden - Wasted Years!! [ironic title considering]
  • Anonymous user
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    Try again with the link. http://tinyurl.com/66p7e7
  • Anonymous user
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    Here's a blast from the past regarding Top Deck. http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3048/2859467978_dba7b4970f_o.jpg
  • Anonymous user
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    An ice cold can of Top Deck cider shandy was a favourite of mine as a kid. Anyone remember those big red gobstoppers that came in a pack of three? I can't for the life of me remember what they were called.
    • Anonymous user
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      Jawbreakers three for 10p . Had bubble gum in the centre
    • Anonymous user
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      They were called Red Devil’s. They were so firey!
  • Anonymous user
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    I remember fresca very well. I once mixed it with champagne at a wedding reception (I can only have been about 9!)and it was lovely! Teresa
  • Anonymous user
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    Yeah Im sure top deck was the equivalent to Barr etc now (a cheap ca of pop) loved it!
  • Anonymous user
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    i have great memories growing up in the 70s used to watch things like the waltons, little houes on the praire, kung fu with david carradine, but the best just had to be roots by alex haley, aztec was a favorite chocolete bar and for doing a paper round we got £3 a week, and saterday morning pictures was a fantastic place for us kids.
  • Anonymous user
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    I used to buy top deck from a man called Jackie who used to speak to the pensioners in his shop in a terrible manner. He would also con them into buying all sorts of stuff they didn't actually need. Lovely man. My dad once threatened him for selling him rotten onions. Fact.