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Post by janis » 15 Jun 2007 01:16

King Monkey wrote:they poured 40 litres of it DOWN THE FUCKING SINK.
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replacing it with Pure Blonde!?!?! why???

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Post by jrstubs » 16 Jun 2007 13:28

beer is for babies. only babies drink beer.

even rat piss tastes better.

trust me, ive had both.

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Post by quadgun » 16 Jun 2007 14:49

you had rat piss as a baby ...
man .. sorry to hear that.

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Post by Justin Hall » 13 Feb 2010 18:39

Hey I Just tried this wonderful stout at a place called beer bistro in toronto and I absolutely loved it. Its called brewdog paradox isle of arran . I am not able to get it at any store in my province and I was wondering if it is easily found in the USA,Preferably Oakland

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Post by Sporatical_Distractions » 14 Feb 2010 02:48

I wonder why u want to know if it's in Oakland :wink:

For dark beer fans:

My old neighborhood brewery has been expanding, and selling Cold Smoke, a 6.5 % dark Scotch Ale.

"Cold Smoke Scotch Ale earned a silver medal in 2002 and a gold medal in the 2007 NABA brewfest. Formulated with Montana grown 2-row barley, northwest Goldings hops, and lotsa love, this hearty ale drinks very smooth. Not bitter at all and not too sweet either. Novice beer drinkers have been known to take a taste and then say, “WOW! That’s not what I expected… that’s GOOD!â€
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Post by Justin Hall » 14 Feb 2010 09:44

hmm that sounds really good. I will have to try that for sure, thanks.

lately i have kinda been getting into wheat beers and i was wondering if you could recommend some i could try ?

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Post by Ramen God » 30 May 2010 07:06

I don't drink, but I like to say beer.

Beeeeeeeeeeeerrrrrrrr :o

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Post by crazylegs32 » 13 Dec 2010 22:19

Its time to Bottle up and send the Pliny to the Chicago mid december NYJ for a raffle prize (my only shot at winning it)

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Post by RipWalker » 14 Dec 2010 05:24

I don't drink beer very often, but when I do, I'm straight quality over quantity (and apparently have a penchant for expensive, Belgian trappist brews):

:arrow: Rochefort 10 or 8
:arrow: Trois Pistoles by Unibroue
:arrow: Chimay Grande Reserve
:arrow: Chimay Cinq Cents (tripel)
:arrow: Chimay Premiere
:arrow: Duvel
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Post by Pasquar » 22 Dec 2010 11:04

Love that Chimay, Mark :wink:

My parents lived in Belgium for 2 years, so they have quite the appreciation for chimay among other Belgian beers. Myself, I just turned 21, so I have a good deal of browsing to do before I can really appreciate the differences in ingredients & whatnot, but I have had chimay a couple times and it's been fantastic. I've also had a few other Belgians, but I'm not positive what their names were
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Post by underooninja » 28 Jan 2011 11:21

belgian beers are by far my favorite!
anyone ever finds themselves in houston you have to go to the saint arnolds brewery. saturdays are the most popular but the brewery is open everyday of the week.
the brewdog tokyo is amazing!
i got ahold of three bottles of saint arnolds divine reserve 10 recently. i gave one to a friend and im storing the other two for at least 5 years. its supposed to be able to be stored for up to 10 years but i dont think i can wait that long. ill probably open both up next year. hahaha we'll see.
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