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#13946 - 09/28/04 01:04 PM Re: Beer is Bread ****
ringmir Offline
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Registered: 02/03/04
Posts: 619
Loc: boston
On those rare occasions that I play hold'em, I generally drink Knob Creek Bourbon. Sometimes I smoke a cigar. I tend to prefer a maduro, generally from among Padron, Ashton, Avo, Hoyo de Monterrey, Macanudo, or CAO.

Going to be bottling a brown ale tonight and transfering the JudgeMental (vanilla milk porter) to secondary and adding the vanilla to let it sit another few weeks. I'll siphon off a sample and let you guys know how it tastes.
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#13947 - 09/28/04 01:15 PM Re: Beer is Bread
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Registered: 12/10/03
Posts: 3602
Loc: Winnipeg MB Canada
In reply to:

I generally drink Knob Creek Bourbon.



On the off chance it didn't occur to you - if someone calls and asks what you're doing, I wouldn't mention you had a hand full of queens and were sucking on a Knob.

Bren R.


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#13948 - 09/28/04 01:42 PM Re: Beer is Bread
chesseroo Offline
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Registered: 05/13/02
Posts: 4800
Loc: western canada
Oh now that's just damn funny.

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#13949 - 09/28/04 02:32 PM Re: Beer is Bread
ringmir Offline
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Loc: boston
Hmm... maybe I shoud switch to Woodford?
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#13950 - 10/03/04 12:28 AM Re: Beer is Bread
BigWill Offline
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Registered: 05/01/03
Posts: 1951
Loc: Corona, Calif. USA!!!
Y'know, I think bigjohn was asking for advice in expanding his beer horizons, but was shamefully ignored.
How about Boddingtons, Newcastle, and Old Speckled Hen?

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#13951 - 10/04/04 09:34 AM Re: Beer is Bread
bigjohn Offline
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Registered: 01/21/04
Posts: 3016
Loc: San Angelo, TX
bigwill- actually, i am going to the grocery store this afternoon, and will have a short list of beers that i am thinking about trying. i will put the list on here, and see what ya'll think. maybe do a poll if i can figure out how to do one?

i think i will get some italian beer that i saw last time i went shopping. they make great food and great wine, chances are the beer should be pretty good too!!?

BTW- i will check and see if they have any of the ones you have listed.

bigjohn
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#13952 - 10/04/04 09:38 AM Re: Beer is Bread
ringmir Offline
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Loc: boston
John, you've gotta compile a short list of beers that you drink regularly and enjoy, that way we'll have a starting point to make suggestions.
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#13953 - 10/04/04 09:53 AM Re: Beer is Bread
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Registered: 01/21/04
Posts: 3016
Loc: San Angelo, TX
a short list.... OK.. well, i have to admit, i am kind-of-a simple guy, so i usually drink the regular american favorites.. but, i will add in all the ones i have liked.

regulars- bud light, lone star, shinerbock, shiner blonde, original coors(yella-belly), and as of late, MGD.

mexicans- dos equis, sampatico, tecate..

others- molson, arctic bay, ice house, killians, becks.

a few beers that i have had that i REALLY didnt care for are samuel adams, guiness, and an extra pale ale from northern california.

OK, there ya go. suggest away!!!

bigjohn
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#13954 - 10/04/04 11:00 AM Re: Beer is Bread
leaf Offline
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Registered: 09/17/04
Posts: 64
BigJohn,

You'd hate my beer of choice Sierra Nevada Pale Ale.

Being a Cubs/Bears fan I'm obligated to recommend Old Style it's pretty much like Red Star but if my memory is correct Old Style gives more umm gasious emmissions with a shorter delay time

We might not win but we'll sure stink up the house!

Leaf

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#13955 - 10/04/04 11:06 AM Re: Beer is Bread
ringmir Offline
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Registered: 02/03/04
Posts: 619
Loc: boston
Lets see, not sure what you can get over there, but I would try maybe:

Stoudt's Gold Lager
Brooklyn Brown Ale
(And if you want something 9%, but expect a lot of flavors with this one)
Chimay Grande Reserve (Blue label)
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