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07-22-2008, 10:13 PM
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Just how old is this beer your grandmother gave you?
Grandma bought a case in 1995 and was waiting for lil Timmy to grow up.

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On another subject...

anyone who drinks Grey Goose vodka or Corazon tequila, and actually thinks it's worth to spend 45$ + on a bottle, should read this:

http://nymag.com/nymetro/news/bizfin...eatures/10816/


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when i was in boston this spring,

sam adams had a seasonal beer, was very tastey.

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On another subject...

anyone who drinks Grey Goose vodka or Corazon tequila, and actually thinks it's worth to spend 45$ + on a bottle, should read this:

http://nymag.com/nymetro/news/bizfin...eatures/10816/

I would never pay the big bucks for Grey Goose, I either pick it up at duty free if its on sale or I just get Kovalev or Markov to bring me some of their home brew.

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Love it....

They are all excellent

Regal Lager
White Tail Cream Ale
Dragon's Breath Ale

and the Dark fruity one i never remember the name unless i see it.....

They are all great.
None of them are as good as the high roller special though. (That's a bottle of Dom Perignon and a few pounds of wings, for those of you not from Kingston)


Anyone like cider? The Brew pub has a nice raspberry or strawberry or something cider. For widely available stuff, I like Waupoos and Sir Perry. Only every now and then though, beer is better.

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None of them are as good as the high roller special though. (That's a bottle of Dom Perignon and a few pounds of wings, for those of you not from Kingston)


Anyone like cider? The Brew pub has a nice raspberry or strawberry or something cider. For widely available stuff, I like Waupoos and Sir Perry. Only every now and then though, beer is better.
As a Suroît guy, born and spent my childhood in the rural countries from the south west of Montreal where apple production is an important economic activity, I like cider. Did you guys already try Pinnacle's products?

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None of them are as good as the high roller special though. (That's a bottle of Dom Perignon and a few pounds of wings, for those of you not from Kingston)


Anyone like cider? The Brew pub has a nice raspberry or strawberry or something cider. For widely available stuff, I like Waupoos and Sir Perry. Only every now and then though, beer is better.
I like cider. I got hooked on Strongbow while holidaying in the Greek islands once.

They also had it on tap at McGill Grad Student's pub, and I used to have it after intramural hockey games. My team-mates were laughing at me for having an effeminate drink, early in the season. Late in the season, many of them were drinking it. It's great when you're really thirsty.

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On another subject...

anyone who drinks Grey Goose vodka or Corazon tequila, and actually thinks it's worth to spend 45$ + on a bottle, should read this:

http://nymag.com/nymetro/news/bizfin...eatures/10816/

interesting article, thanks!

how can u drink vodka, when theres beer! love this thread.

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