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#13536 - 12/19/03 01:30 PM Re: beer thread ****
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That Lambic was my first ever, and is still my favorite. Have you tried their other flavors? I believe there's a peach, among others.
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#13537 - 12/19/03 03:44 PM Re: beer thread
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If you can get the Lindeman's on draught, do it. Transcendent, I tell you.

There is a Peche, Kriek (cherry) and another - Cassis or Currants or something, I believe. I like the Framboise the best.

Most, if not all, other Lambics are much less sweet. But hey, there are days to evaluate style and days to purely enjoy. I'm clearly in the middle of a long stretch of the latter. Hope you are too.

What do people do to eggnog these days?
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#13538 - 12/19/03 04:40 PM Re: beer thread
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[looks around embarrassed]
Pour it on malt-o-meal

Yeah, I know...
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#13539 - 12/19/03 06:38 PM Re: What do people do to eggnog these days?
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Registered: 12/20/02
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leave in the fridge for others, or throw it away after 2 weeks to make room for beer or white wine.

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#13540 - 12/19/03 08:59 PM Re: beer thread
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A few years back we attended a rehearsal dinner at the Yardhouse in Long Beach (CA), and they had the Lindemans for something like 13.95 a yard!!! I did the math, found it was much less than the store price and proceded to drink all the girly beer I could drink. That stuff is outstanding!!!


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#13541 - 12/19/03 09:08 PM Re: beer thread
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Tom, et al, have you had a chance to try the reincarnation of Lowenbrau Munich stateside? I drank a sixer the other day on the way home from the dentist. Maybe the years have clouded my memory, but I remember Lowenbrau Munich as an outstanding, truly exceptional, malty lager. Distinctive, herbal and far smoother than the Zurich version. The latest version seems to be more an imitation of Miller's corn-based Lowenbrau than the original Munich I had years ago.
I guess my experiences with the original Lowenbrau Munich made me partial to the brand. Once when I was riding my motorcycle back from Vegas and got caught in a sand storm, I holed up in a little desert motel. The liquor store next door carried 40oz bottles of Lowenbrau malt liquor. If my memory serves me right that stuff was GOOOOOD. Have never seen it in a store anywhere else.

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#13542 - 12/19/03 10:59 PM Re: beer thread
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Yeah, that stuff (lambic) is good. I need to break out my bottles. Hmm... not driving anywhere tonight!

My eggnog is the organic stuff from Trader Joe's (it's much, much better than Safeway or whatever, but i haven't tried their regular), which is about 8-10 oz eggnog, 1-2 oz milk (to thin it a bit), and 2 oz whiskey. Yum!




Oh my god, I just posted in the beer thread.


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#13543 - 12/19/03 11:50 PM Re: beer thread
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You simply cannot beat real home made eggnog.
It is nothing like that store bought stuff. After one glass you can choke on the richness of the froth.
After two glasses the spiced rum kicks in.
After three glasses, you may hallucinate you are some guy named Peter....
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#13544 - 12/20/03 12:14 AM Re: beer thread
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Got a recipe? 'Cause I've got some pasturized eggs here...
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#13545 - 12/20/03 12:24 AM Re: beer thread
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Actually yes, we do have a good recipe.
I'll talk to the wife tomorrow about it. She and the fetus went to bed.

However, you need snow. It works best this way.
You can use a freezer but i find it picks up some of that freezer flavour while it chills.
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