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    Quote Originally Posted by Little_Miss_1565 View Post
    PBR
    I used to love you baby. Where did we go wrong?

    Srsly though, PBR is nowhere near as bad as all that other shit, like Busch and Natty Ice. So in a weird way it's underrated in that sense. But.

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    Hey, we're talking cheap shitty beer here!
    I am part of a degenerate elite
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    Desperados anyone? Had quite a few tonight and they are awesome. Also anyone (English) tried Bombardier, truly an amazing real ale!

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    I hate Natty Ice.

    Anyone had Rolling Rock? Is it worth it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Drafan View Post
    I like especially 12% - Premium. I can take some with me to festival, but I´m afraid I could drink them in the train. It´s one of the last brewery not using new brewing methods, which should fasten the production, but destroys the taste.
    Sounds promising. Bring about 20 then so you can drink some on the way and there will still be some left.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Splinter[PI] View Post
    Heineken smells like how I'd imagine dog piss.

    but has anyone of you ever tried Swiss beer like Eichhof, Feldschlösschen or Cardinal?

    And does anyone know the german beer EKU? That's very good.
    I've had a lot of Swiss beer but I can't remember what it was cause they all had weird and long names and came in interesting bottles.

    I think in general that Guinness is a very good beer. or stout. or whatever.
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    I love Guinness! A bit expensive, but has a very rich taste. Truly one of the best beers around.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ilovellamas View Post
    I really lol'd at "gravy".
    i was quite drunk, and i wasn't defying gravity too well. steel reserve beat me that night.
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    Good thread.

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    Guinness is not beer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mrconeman View Post
    Guinness is not beer.
    Nope. Guinness is... well... Guinness. Stout with extra gorgeousness.

    I rememeber about 7 years back, I was at a friends party and there was a crate of some German lager none of us had heard of before - Wendelbrau. It proudly labelled itself as "Germany Beer Deluxe", and it was fucking lovely.

    I've been looking ever since then, and have only found one place in the UK that sells it - some warehouse in Devon. One day I'll order a load and have a wonderful night.

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