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    Smile Friday afternoon happy hour beer stoke

    Beer makes everyone happy. So, maybe even the master thread cunters will chime in with some beer stoke.


    What's on tap for your Friday happy hour?



    I'm having a tough time deciding between this:




    and this:


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    i'm starting my cinco de mayo celebration early with with one of these:


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    I'm in school=no money=cheap beer.



    PBR FTW!!!!

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    iski, the mirror pond if having more than 2. The dogfish if just sampling.
    "fuck off you asshat gaper shit for brains fucktard wanker." - Jesus Christ
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    I can't tell you.

    No. I won't have to kill you if I do.

    I just won't know 'til I get to the liqour store to see what they have.

    I'll try to get back to you and let you know how it went.

    Thanks for some ideas tho. Which do you suggest with cheap whiskey?

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    Red face

    This is all that's in the company fridge:

    "Can't vouch for him, though he seems normal via email."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Danno View Post
    iski, the mirror pond if having more than 2. The dogfish if just sampling.

    I agree. That 90 minute IPA is good, but packs a punch and is heavy in the stomach.

    Mirror Pond goes down real smooth.

    I tried the Deschutes Buzzsaw seasonal the other night. Not too bad. Kind of a mix between some Obsidian Stout and hints of some mirror pond.

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    I'm drinking right now.


    It's helping to take the edge off the oxycodone.
    Move upside and let the man go through...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Below Zero View Post
    This is all that's in the company fridge:


    Brians Belly? WTF? Hey, at least your company has beer in the fridge. I remember visiting MD9's old work where they had a full-on bar. Now that was pretty damn sweet.

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    Cinco de Mayo tomorrow, got a 12er each of Corona Light and Dos Equis. Gonna be a good night tonight, and an even better one tomorrow.
    Doesn't mean that much to me, to mean that much to you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FrankZappa View Post
    I can't tell you.

    No. I won't have to kill you if I do.

    I just won't know 'til I get to the liqour store to see what they have.

    I'll try to get back to you and let you know how it went.

    Thanks for some ideas tho. Which do you suggest with cheap whiskey?

    Sometimes I find myself in more of a conundrum at the liquor store than I do at work or life!


    As for something that goes with cheap whiskey....hmmm. LB may have a better suggestion than me, but I would go with either something cheap and light or match it up with a Scotch Ale. Old Chubb is pretty damn good.

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    I am going to start now. It has been a hell of a week. Of course, It will be CC for me.
    its the whisky talking

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    Quote Originally Posted by iskibc View Post
    I agree. That 90 minute IPA is good, but packs a punch and is heavy in the stomach.

    Mirror Pond goes down real smooth.

    I tried the Deschutes Buzzsaw seasonal the other night. Not too bad. Kind of a mix between some Obsidian Stout and hints of some mirror pond.
    I am a big fan of their Cinder Cone seasonal.
    "fuck off you asshat gaper shit for brains fucktard wanker." - Jesus Christ
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    If you see any of this laying around the back of your local liquor stores...I recommend you grab it. Best beer I've had in a while....true to New Belgium form, it is 6.6% alcohol.

    I stocked up this winter.

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    Captn & coke for lunch, now I've gone to Tecate.
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    Quote Originally Posted by glademaster View Post
    Corona Light
    I know it's a holiday and all that but recycled beer?
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    Quote Originally Posted by iskibc View Post
    As for something that goes with cheap whiskey....hmmm. LB may have a better suggestion than me, but I would go with either something cheap and light or match it up with a Scotch Ale. Old Chubb is pretty damn good.
    Ahhh. Scotch Ale. Good call. Don't know if I can find "Old Chubb" around here, but I know I can find one of these.


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    Quote Originally Posted by habituallybored View Post


    If you see any of this laying around the back of your local liquor stores...I recommend you grab it. Best beer I've had in a while....true to New Belgium form, it is 6.6% alcohol.

    I stocked up this winter.


    I got pretty drunk off that stuff one night because it's so smooth. It definitely doesn't taste like a 6.6% beer. Good stuff indeed. I'm not a huge NB fan, but I do like their Abbey and Trippel.

    If you ever get a chance do the brewery tour. They give you more than enough samples at the end. I took my dad there when he was out visiting and we got our fair share of samples.

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    These are so tasty- the best of both the brown and IPA worlds- and you can have more than one:



    These I really limit myself to one (on tap of course):


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    Quote Originally Posted by Danno View Post
    I am a big fan of their Cinder Cone seasonal.

    That's the Red Ale, right? Yeah, good stuff. Kinda reminds me of Singletrack Ale.

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    Quote Originally Posted by habituallybored View Post


    If you see any of this laying around the back of your local liquor stores...I recommend you grab it. Best beer I've had in a while....true to New Belgium form, it is 6.6% alcohol.

    I stocked up this winter.
    so-so, IMO. i had one last night with dinner. got one left in the fridge and i'll probably give it away.

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    I've been thinking of this all day.

    Have fun or get hurt bad. "MFT" A.K.A. Dr. Doom

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alpine Dreams View Post
    I've been thinking of this all day.


    Hit up Oskar Blues during happy hour and you'll get drunk off that stuff for less than $10. It tastes real good on tap too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iskibc View Post
    I got pretty drunk off that stuff one night because it's so smooth. It definitely doesn't taste like a 6.6% beer. Good stuff indeed. I'm not a huge NB fan, but I do like their Abbey and Trippel.

    If you ever get a chance do the brewery tour. They give you more than enough samples at the end. I took my dad there when he was out visiting and we got our fair share of samples.
    I'm not a huge fan of theirs either, but the 1554 is great. They are a great company, I wish I liked their beer more.

    Another favorite:
    "fuck off you asshat gaper shit for brains fucktard wanker." - Jesus Christ
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    Last time I got in an argument with my wife was over a Cinder Cone ale...


    Seems I drank the last one.
    In with the 9.

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