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Old 03-05-2002, 10:56 AM   #16
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I'm sipping on a can of bud right now, bought them on special 2.5 cases for $20. Not a bad deal for an "okay" beer.
ewwwwwww

I was amazed at how popular Bud was or is in Ireland

my fave is Sierra Nevada Pale Ale, also Mendicino & Anderson Valley

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Old 03-05-2002, 11:02 AM   #17
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Modelo Negra


Both Mexican beers
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Old 03-05-2002, 11:28 AM   #18
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Old 03-05-2002, 11:33 AM   #19
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LaBatt Blue
umm that's Labatt Blue. and yes it is by far the best.

guiness is good at the right time.
none of that american crap
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umm that's Labatt Blue. and yes it is by far the best.
Sorry, sorry...*lol*...been awhile since I've had some.

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I'm a cider girl...

Hornsby's in California
Woodchuck Granny Smith in Memphis
Strongbow when I was overseas. I wish I could get that stuff here. Hell, I'd be happy to find a pub that had cider on tap.
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1. Hoegaarden
2. Boags
3. Guinness
4. Cascade
5. Leffe

A hard earned thirst needs a big cold beer...
and the best cold beer is vic. Vic Bitter.
VB. witamin beer.
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ohhhh, I forgot Singha (sp?), goes great with spicy Thai food
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Wow ~LadyLemon~ I live about 45 minutes from Latrobe, home of Rolling Rock beer. Do you live near by?


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Beer tastes like shit.

But I drink it every now and then.

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Heineken & Corona.
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Tiny Dancer--I have a lot of relatives outside of Pittsburgh, and some live near Latrobe.

In fact, my dad's great-great uncle worked for Rolling Rock and he lived to be 105. When he was 100 or so, dad asked what his secret was to staying so healthy at his age.
He said it was from smoking a couple cigars and drinking 3 or 4 Rolling Rocks a day, lol.



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