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Old 11-07-11, 12:25 PM   #326
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Busch Light.

I am totally regretting this decision.
Just about the only thing worse than drinking a Busch beer is not getting drunk drinking a Busch beer. Busch Light is a ridiculous product IMO.

In other news, I sampled a fantastic Cabernet Franc last night from Tawse winery in the Niagara region here in Ontario. Delicious, but glad I wasn't the one who had to pay for it at $30/bottle

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Old 11-07-11, 02:14 PM   #327
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Old 11-07-11, 02:24 PM   #328
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Old 11-07-11, 02:49 PM   #329
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Just about the only thing worse than drinking a Busch beer is not getting drunk drinking a Busch beer. Busch Light is a ridiculous product IMO.

In other news, I sampled a fantastic Cabernet Franc last night from Tawse winery in the Niagara region here in Ontario. Delicious, but glad I wasn't the one who had to pay for it at $50/bottle
Seriously. You'd have to pay me to drink busch light. If it was down to either drinking busch light or not drinking, I'd probably go with not drinking. Same goes for like Bud Ice, High Gravity and so on.

I'm craving some Red Stripe right now. Getting tired of this heavy Sam Adams variety pack stuff, I need something crisp and light.
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Old 11-07-11, 04:30 PM   #330
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hows that cream stout? i like their organic ale, which is sold @ a shop right down the street from me quite a bit, never seen any other varieties by that brewery though. And I love the shape of those bottles.


and for content, my palate seems to have decided that my cheap beer of choice is officially Hamms these days. We had a nice 10 yr run Pabst & Raineer, see ya later.
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Old 11-07-11, 05:17 PM   #331
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hows that cream stout? i like their organic ale, which is sold @ a shop right down the street from me quite a bit, never seen any other varieties by that brewery though. And I love the shape of those bottles.


and for content, my palate seems to have decided that my cheap beer of choice is officially Hamms these days. We had a nice 10 yr run Pabst & Raineer, see ya later.
it's good. it's got a sweetness and "rum raisin" finish that makes it taste more like a Russian Imperial Stout. not what i expected, but i'd buy it again.
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Old 11-07-11, 07:10 PM   #332
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I really wish I was drinking this instead of nyquil for my perpetually swelling throat. Saranac makes damn good beer. Black Forest Lager is awesome.
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Old 11-07-11, 08:55 PM   #334
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It doesn't make sense that a bar/club that serves alcohol until 2AM provides a parking lot, then lets people leave the club and get into their cars.
This. I've called the police on people whom I see leave the bar I work at with car keys in hand. If you wanna get that sh*tfaced, walk or stay the **** home. That simple. Booze is cheaper from the store anyway.
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Old 11-07-11, 09:10 PM   #335
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This is why I do my drinking at home..friends stay on the couch if needed.

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Old 11-07-11, 09:19 PM   #336
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Old 11-07-11, 09:41 PM   #337
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''party keg'' woooooh!
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Copper Bell Lager

i think i have a thing for the random cheap lagers with nice design and packaging that i see popping up in places like Whole Foods, Trader Joes and ****.
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''party keg'' woooooh!
Oh man this stuff is delicious.
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Copper Bell Lager

i think i have a thing for the random cheap lagers with nice design and packaging that i see popping up in places like Whole Foods, Trader Joes and ****.
Yup. I once had some clearance pumpkin ale from TJ's, a sixer for $2.50. I thought it would suck, but it was great. This was years ago and I still look for that beer at TJ's to this day.

But Whole Foods and cheap lager? Those two just don't go together. Cheap anything really. It's getting real in the Whole Foods parking lot.
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Yup. I once had some clearance pumpkin ale from TJ's, a sixer for $2.50. I thought it would suck, but it was great. This was years ago and I still look for that beer at TJ's to this day.

But Whole Foods and cheap lager? Those two just don't go together. Cheap anything really. It's getting real in the Whole Foods parking lot.
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I got the Copper Bell from Whole Foods for $7.99 per 12-pack its not too shabby
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Old 11-09-11, 11:35 PM   #344
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151s, flat, with no chaser when I'm feeling down.
Any time other than that, three measures of Gordon's, one of vodka, half a measure of Kina Lillet. Shaken very well until it's ice-cold, then with a large thin slice of lemon peel. Got it?
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Old 11-10-11, 05:14 AM   #347
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Tonight, a New Belgium Ranger IPA, three Bell's Oberons, three PBR's, two shots of Jameson, and two shots of Barenjager.
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Oh dude those orange Pellegrinos are doing some serious work on my bank account these days.
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Oh dude those orange Pellegrinos are doing some serious work on my bank account these days.
They're cheap as hell here, in Italy.
Drinking homemade Gragnano wine right now. A crisp, slightly fizzy, slightly sweet vino, and only 4 euro for 3 liters.
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