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Thread: What are your Favorite brands of Beer?




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    Lapin Kulta - The Golden Beer Of Lapland is my favourite.

    Once you tryed it you'll never go back..

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    Guess I qualify as a weirdo now as I'm probably the first member to post a pic of the inside of my fridge.. Dammit I'll have to get more now only 10 bottles left..

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    Sam Adams

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    http://www.samadams.com/home.html

    i can drink it warm or cold, either way is goooooooooooooood







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    I also forgot to add, Red Stripe is great beer, straight from Jamica. It seems like most beers from the USA are terrible. Molson Canadian is good too.

    How can anyone say that Beer is no good?! Its the water of life!

    What kinds of whiskey are good? Jack Daniels? The best whiskey ive had was House of Campbells.

    I was up in Scotland with my girlfriend, visiting family (my first time), the pub we were at suprised her parents with a quiach and they filled it up with whiskey, i diddnt know what was going on..

    When the thing got to me they refilled and and everyone started chanting so i drank the whole bowlful!

    Later on her uncle came up to me and said that had it been a hundered years ago i probably would have had both my arms chopped off, but he gave me a pat on the back and said i was a toughguy and that i was going to have a hell of a night.



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    When I was in Denmark they had the most incredible Beer. Tuborg

    http://www.tuborg.com/index.php

    of couse its been a long time since iwas there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DigitalDD
    When I was in Denmark they had the most incredible Beer. Tuborg

    http://www.tuborg.com/index.php

    of couse its been a long time since iwas there.
    Yep, Tuborg is nice to indeed..

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    Mainly my own homebrewed Coopers Lager @ 6.2% though I am known to have the odd Tootheys New at the local pub (when I'm not on the Frigate OP that is). :D

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wiggo
    I am known to have the odd Tootheys New at the local pub (when I'm not on the Frigate OP that is). :D
    I thought you were the supplyer for brew to the pub.. :D

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    good country, good beer, hard to beat the English beers though

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    on the rare occation that I drink beer, I prefer henry weinhard's private reserve. But it's a local brew in the Pacific NW, so it's a rare event that I get some, to say the least.
    I've gone too far and need to move on!

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