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01-19-2010, 08:47 PM
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That's how I did it in high school
Hey, would Lando lie to you?



Works every time!

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Works every time!
Possibly the best advertising campaign of all time. I assume this is supposed to mean that you give her 40 oz of high-alcohol content beer and then she passes out -- works every time!

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As noted in the not-just-beer-only OT thread, I had a couple pints of "Lagenkunkel" (sp?) last night. Quite tasty. Can anyone figure out what exactly I drank? Is that a type of beer, like a Heffeweissen, or is it a brand?

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01-20-2010, 05:37 PM
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You'll want to stay away from Racer 5, then, made by Bear Republic -- another excellent California brewery.
thanks for the tip?

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Though it lacks the fun part of beer.

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As noted in the not-just-beer-only OT thread, I had a couple pints of "Lagenkunkel" (sp?) last night. Quite tasty. Can anyone figure out what exactly I drank? Is that a type of beer, like a Heffeweissen, or is it a brand?
Its a brand Leinenkugel...made in Wisconsin and is pretty good.

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Mmmmmmmmmm the local Stop and Shop appears to be restocked on Molson and Labatt Blue And at 5.99/6.49, it's a BARGAIN here!


Ahh how I've missed thee my reasonably priced Canadian friends

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Just back from Consumers to fill my Growler for the game. I debated between the Souther Tier Krampus and Sam Adams Imperial White. The small brewer biased kicked in and I went with the Krampus. I must say Its an excellent beer.

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Its a brand Leinenkugel...made in Wisconsin and is pretty good.
Thanks. Had some more tonight, and asked the bartender to write the name down for me. It is indeed a match!!!

I think I can handle being single forever as long as there is Leinenkugel to drink...

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Thanks. Had some more tonight, and asked the bartender to write the name down for me. It is indeed a match!!!

I think I can handle being single forever as long as there is Leinenkugel to drink...
Yeah, its good ****. Leinenkugel Summer Shandy might be my favorite hot day beer in the summer. Its light, a little bit sweet, and just ****ing good. I could drink it by the case.

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For a macro it's spectacular. Those living in Buffalo who have never had it on the hoser side of the border, it comes highly recommended.
Late to the party, but that is my absolute favourite beer ever.

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01-24-2010, 09:19 PM
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Actually I think the Buffalo area is the only area where it's 4 AM....I do know in Rochester (well, Monroe County) it's 2 AM.
It used to be 4AM downstate, I think. When I lived in western CT we used to go across the border to a bar in Brewster when the bars in Danbury closed at 2. (Then the bar where we used to go blew up & we didn't go there anymore.)

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The major Canadian beer that always seems to get lost in the shuffle is my favorite of the genre:



Delicious.

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01-25-2010, 06:42 AM
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The major Canadian beer that always seems to get lost in the shuffle is my favorite of the genre:



Delicious.
Also a fan of this.

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The major Canadian beer that always seems to get lost in the shuffle is my favorite of the genre:



Delicious.
Love the taste, AND the smell.

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01-25-2010, 06:03 PM
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It used to be 4AM downstate, I think.
Used to be? It's 4am here in NYC, I can assure you of that.

Like I said above, 4 am is the time for last call by New York state law. Though individual counties may choose to set an earlier time if they wish.

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Flying Bison brewery struggling to stay afloat?

http://www.buffalonews.com/145/story/933681.html?imw=Y

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Seriously though, the hardest thing on this diet has been foregoing the suds. I'd love one right now...

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I don't know what I was drinking today exactly but it sure went down easy. 7am pancake keggers for the win!

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9 out of 10 College students prefer:


Keystone Light always smooth even when your not.

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02-05-2010, 08:27 PM
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One OT non-beer related beverage thought:

I picked up a couple bottles of the limited-edition Pepsi Throwback, after seeing them at my local supermarket.

I don't care what they say, soft drinks sweetened with real cane sugar just taste so much better than those sweetened with high fructose corn syrup. I've had Pepsi and Coke flavored with real sugar before in Europe, and I've long been of the opinion that it's much better.

I wish they would keep these "throwback" drinks as a permanent option, even if they have to price it a little higher. If they can maintain tons of different varieties of cola (Diet, Caffeine-Free, Cherry-flavored, Lime-flavored, etc.), I don't see why they can't at least offer a "real-sugar" cola as an alternative.

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02-05-2010, 09:22 PM
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I was tipping back a lot of Doc's Draft hard cider between the holidays. It's dry, refreshing and goes very, very quick. So too Magners/Bulmers. Tasty.

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OK, good foreign beers that I can get at Premiere. I'm probably going tomorrow with a friend to pick up four or five and drink them tomorrow night whilst watching the game. Any list recommendations with beer name and originating country? I've generally strayed away from foreign beers since I have no idea which breweries would be good to start at. Help a newb out.

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02-06-2010, 01:27 AM
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9 out of 10 College students prefer:


Keystone Light always smooth even when your not.
One of my friends in college came up with exactly what Keystone tastes like: Banana water.

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