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    I Love Beer Sometimes

    Just to counteract AKPM's post. Oh, and EC mags, I hihgly recommend trying some Long Trail Hibernator if you get the chance. Great stuff.
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    hibernator's ok, but there are far better EC beers out there.

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    I love beer always.

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    here's to beer!
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    I discovered the wonderful world of U-Brew this year.

    What a wonderful world it is.
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    HOORAY BEER!
    I'm in a band. It's called "Just the Tip."

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    mmmmmm....

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    I drank alot of BEER one night when I was young, and when I puked like a fire hose, a LITTLE CHUNK OF donut from my tummy, re-lodged its self in my molars and, well, it tasted good!
    Points on their own sitting way up high

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    Have you ever been THAT GUY, that AKPM bitched out, the guy that bails on you from being too drunk the night before?

    Tokyo 2002 - We'd booked a flight to Hokkaido and I agreed to meet a friend at Shibuya station bright and early at 5 AM to share a taxi to the airport. So I decided that's way too early to wake up so why not do an all-nighter at Roppongi and then swing by to grab the ski gear on the way? Unfortunately got a little tired and drunk, headed home at 4 AM to just a couple winks - wake up way late, run down to the station about puking the whole time, we barely make the flight, only because it departed late.

    (But the pow in Hokkaido was pretty awesome, in the end!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by schuss
    hibernator's ok, but there are far better EC beers out there.
    Agreed, Lake Placid's Ubu Ale is pretty damn good too.

    Have you ever been to Davidson Brother's Brewing in Glens Falls, NY? They only bottle their IPA, which is OK, but they sell growlers of all their brews. Their Winterizer and Smoked Porters are both great. Troeg's, out of Harrisburg, PA makes a nice hoppy ale too. We picked up a sixer of Dogfish Head Raison D'Etre today, I'm interested to see how that is.

    Mmmm, microbrews...
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    The pacifists always lose, because the anti-pacifists kill them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by glademaster
    Agreed, Lake Placid's Ubu Ale is pretty damn good too.

    Have you ever been to Davidson Brother's Brewing in Glens Falls, NY? They only bottle their IPA, which is OK, but they sell growlers of all their brews. Their Winterizer and Smoked Porters are both great. Troeg's, out of Harrisburg, PA makes a nice hoppy ale too. We picked up a sixer of Dogfish Head Raison D'Etre today, I'm interested to see how that is.

    Mmmm, microbrews...
    I wish I knew that much about beer when I was in high school. Impressive.
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    Quote Originally Posted by glademaster
    Agreed, Lake Placid's Ubu Ale is pretty damn good too.

    Have you ever been to Davidson Brother's Brewing in Glens Falls, NY? They only bottle their IPA, which is OK, but they sell growlers of all their brews. Their Winterizer and Smoked Porters are both great. Troeg's, out of Harrisburg, PA makes a nice hoppy ale too. We picked up a sixer of Dogfish Head Raison D'Etre today, I'm interested to see how that is.

    Mmmm, microbrews...

    raison d'etre=crazy delicious . I like their midas touch too, but can only have one per sitting, as it's extremely sweet.

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    I hate beer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bad_roo
    I hate beer.
    This is the positive beer thread. You need to go to AKPM's thread mister!
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    But then he might expect me to go touring with him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bad_roo
    But then he might expect me to go touring with him.
    No he hates beer, so you need to change your mind if you don't want to go touring with him!
    The pacifists always lose, because the anti-pacifists kill them.

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    hey i love beer sometimes too, just not when it interfears with skiing
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    So are you afraid of the beer, or is it your skiing that is afraid of the beer?
    Last edited by stompinlines; 02-19-2006 at 07:34 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by schuss
    raison d'etre=crazy delicious . I like their midas touch too, but can only have one per sitting, as it's extremely sweet.
    Raison d'Etre is damn good, yum. Another one to add to the list, Victory Brewing's Storm King Imperial Stout. It's definitely a stout with its trademark malty, smooth finish, but it has a nice hoppy bite to it at first. Yum.

    And PaSucks, thanks for the compliment.
    Last edited by glademaster; 02-19-2006 at 04:49 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ak_powder_monkey
    hey i love beer sometimes too, just not when it interfears with skiing
    Dude! Were you taught to spell by a monkey? Interfears? Pick up a fuckin' dictionary once in awhile so you won't look like such an asshat.

    I like beer too.

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    Long Trial has surpassed itself with it's new Unfiltered Dry Hop IPA


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    so how many of you were given the Homer Simpson bottle opener for Christmas?
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    Quote Originally Posted by train07
    so how many of you were given the Homer Simpson bottle opener for Christmas?
    I got Homer Simpson last Christmas, I got a 3 Stooges one this year.
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    and what do the stooges say?
    If it weren't for serendipity, there'd be no dipity at all

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