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01-07-2011, 03:42 PM
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Well I'm 18 y/o (don't worry my parents don't really mind much) so I don't know all of the beers you guys do. I just drink Bud Light and just tried Blue Moon on New Years and I thought it was amazing.
If you like Blue Moon, which is a Belgian White beer, give Hoegaarden a try. Paulaner's hefeweisen is also a nice variation with a hint of banana flavor.

The only thing that I can say about beer to a minor is that when you're in college, what's cheap and will get you buzzed is good enough. I grew up on 40s and 64s of Olde English Malt Liquor. As you get a little older, try as many different brews as you can. Go to beer distributors for maximum variety. Log onto beeradvocate to learn the different types of beer. If you like one variety, there might be a dozen like it that are even better.

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Well I'm 18 y/o (don't worry my parents don't really mind much) so I don't know all of the beers you guys do. I just drink Bud Light and just tried Blue Moon on New Years and I thought it was amazing.


My girlfriend loves that stuff... ugh, I can't stand it. Becks dark and Sam winter lager are two of my personal picks.

I do have to give some credit to Bud for their golden wheat as well. For where it comes from, it's not half bad.

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Well I'm 18 y/o (don't worry my parents don't really mind much) so I don't know all of the beers you guys do. I just drink Bud Light and just tried Blue Moon on New Years and I thought it was amazing.
if you like blue moon drink shock top which is also a belgian white. that was my drink of choice on new years along with jim beam's red stag

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Just tried the Brooklyn Black Ops. Tremendous — a stout aged in bourbon barrels, the re-fermented with Champagne yeast.

Really smooth.

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If you like Blue Moon, which is a Belgian White beer, give Hoegaarden a try. Paulaner's hefeweisen is also a nice variation with a hint of banana flavor.

The only thing that I can say about beer to a minor is that when you're in college, what's cheap and will get you buzzed is good enough. I grew up on 40s and 64s of Olde English Malt Liquor. As you get a little older, try as many different brews as you can. Go to beer distributors for maximum variety. Log onto beeradvocate to learn the different types of beer. If you like one variety, there might be a dozen like it that are even better.
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if you like blue moon drink shock top which is also a belgian white. that was my drink of choice on new years along with jim beam's red stag
I love me some Belgian Whites. All three of those are delicious.

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Stiga Hockey

Has anyone ever used a Stiga table/rod hockey system? I have been looking at them online, and they seem pretty good. I want to see what others think of it before I buy one of them. They look like a lot of fun!

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Has anyone ever used a Stiga table/rod hockey system? I have been looking at them online, and they seem pretty good. I want to see what others think of it before I buy one of them. They look like a lot of fun!

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They are a lot of fun!

Its more action and strategy then Fuzball (sp?).

Definitely worth the prize. The downside is that its really easy to get really worked up playing it -- and the game won't hold up forever. The shafts get bent et c.

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I have a huge one in my basement.

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Some of the best fun you can have legally. I had epic battles with brothers and friends with this game. Many, many fond memories.

We also trashed the them a few times in frustration.

We used an egg timer to clock the periods and timed them at 5 min each. What a blast!!! I highly recommend it.

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If you get past the buds, coors, and millers of the world, American beer knocks everyone else out of the water.
I used to think so. Back before I was of legal drinking age I went on a long American micro-brewery kick and came out of it with the realization that most of the good ones are really only contemporary mock-ups of tried-and-true, centuries old European beers. I also find the boutique beer culture to be pretentious and the recipes overly convoluted at times. I don't want allspice in my beer.

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How about a scotch with your beer? LOL... My preference is the smokey Lagavulin 16 year old Islay Scotch Whisky. Nice smoke/peat/earth scent and a smooth finish.
Islay malts are a treat. I also like Oban 14 a lot. It's a West Highland malt with a slightly sweeter, vanilla and caramel finish. Still quite stiff though.

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If you like Blue Moon, which is a Belgian White beer, give Hoegaarden a try. Paulaner's hefeweisen is also a nice variation with a hint of banana flavor.

The only thing that I can say about beer to a minor is that when you're in college, what's cheap and will get you buzzed is good enough. I grew up on 40s and 64s of Olde English Malt Liquor. As you get a little older, try as many different brews as you can. Go to beer distributors for maximum variety. Log onto beeradvocate to learn the different types of beer. If you like one variety, there might be a dozen like it that are even better.
Love Hoegaarden. A summertime standard. Try it with a little bit of Italian lemon soda (seriously).

And, now that you mention it, I still like the cheap malt liquors.

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Just tried the Brooklyn Black Ops. Tremendous a stout aged in bourbon barrels, the re-fermented with Champagne yeast.

Really smooth.
See above, bolded. (Actually, this one sounds like it's worth trying.)

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I'm a fan of the Belgian whites myself. Shocktop and Blue Moon are both great beers. Has anyone tried the Winter Moon seasonal that Blue Moon is making? Quite tasty as well.

Although I like to class it up when I'm drinking with friends, I still have the piss in the can that are the Keystones, Nattys, and Busches when I'm out at parties. Being at college means a lower budget and therefore lower quality drinking options. My favorite of these though is Red Dog, cheap, smooth, and not piss water.

Funny you guys should mention cheap malt liquor and 40's. Whenever my one friend and I get together, half the time we go out and buy 40's of St. Ides and drink them before going out. When we have orange juice accessible, we add some to the bottle and make a brass monket out of it. Actually a quite tasty drink that gets you ready and pumped up for the night.

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Apologies for the double post; permission to start part 4 with the aforementioned title I came up with on the last page once this one gets closer to the 1000 mark?

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Apologies for the double post; permission to start part 4 with the aforementioned title I came up with on the last page once this one gets closer to the 1000 mark?
part 4 or . . .


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How about...

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If you like Blue Moon, which is a Belgian White beer, give Hoegaarden a try. Paulaner's hefeweisen is also a nice variation with a hint of banana flavor.

The only thing that I can say about beer to a minor is that when you're in college, what's cheap and will get you buzzed is good enough. I grew up on 40s and 64s of Olde English Malt Liquor. As you get a little older, try as many different brews as you can. Go to beer distributors for maximum variety. Log onto beeradvocate to learn the different types of beer. If you like one variety, there might be a dozen like it that are even better.
Hoegaarden is delicious. I traveled to Belgium in 2009 and fell in love with it.

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They are a lot of fun!

Its more action and strategy then Fuzball (sp?).

Definitely worth the prize. The downside is that its really easy to get really worked up playing it -- and the game won't hold up forever. The shafts get bent et c.


It's foosball.

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If you like Blue Moon, which is a Belgian White beer, give Hoegaarden a try. Paulaner's hefeweisen is also a nice variation with a hint of banana flavor.

The only thing that I can say about beer to a minor is that when you're in college, what's cheap and will get you buzzed is good enough. I grew up on 40s and 64s of Olde English Malt Liquor. As you get a little older, try as many different brews as you can. Go to beer distributors for maximum variety. Log onto beeradvocate to learn the different types of beer. If you like one variety, there might be a dozen like it that are even better.

Good beer. Expensive as hell over here though.

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My proposal for the next OT thread title:

OT Thread #4: hpnyr and ScottB's Weather forecast, OT content after this commercial break
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