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Old 08-09-2007, 09:49 AM   #46
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If you do want to talk about piss water though, go for Tennants...they sell the bottles for a pound each...It tastes worse as you get nearer the bottom, but its soo cheap it kinda makes it worth it
I was in Scotland last month and I drank Tennants quite a bit. I rather like it actually. It's hard to find in the states.


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Yeah? It's good? I keep hearing it;s good. I wouldn't know. No one's ever brought me a bottle.
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I was in Scotland last month and I drank Tennants quite a bit. I rather like it actually. It's hard to find in the states.




Yeah? It's good? I keep hearing it;s good. I wouldn't know. No one's ever brought me a bottle.

And she won't buy you a beer, either. Pfft, Canadians.

I got my Canadian wine and some shots this weekend, but keep forgetting to get a case of Keith's.
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Piss off - I brought him Keiths once....


but then I drank it





and you missy - you 've had open season on my Keiths. Did you remembner to grab a bottle of Baileys on your way out the door?



Just to clear up the whole Stella thing...
In Canada, not sure about the US, Stella is considered a premium beer, it is very popular in the summer in particular. It is more pricey than other imports in some bars, but is nice and refreshing.

Last summer my cousin from Ireland was over and as we were walking around TO we were desperate for a drink so we headed towards some patios. I saw a sign for Stella and announced I was going to murder a large pint of it. At this point my cousin nearly fell over laughing and mocking me for having shite taste in beer and who the hell drinks "wifebeater" let alone puts out a sign for it. When I finally got him to shut up, his GF explained that at home and the UK it is like a trailer trash beer, you drink it if you're broke and are considered to have no taste.

So, clearly a big difference in how it is percieved on both sides of the ocean. I like my perception but I prefer their pricing


And to bring up an old topic, Keiths is fabulous, but I like it so much more in draft than bottle form.
http://forum.interference.com/t165929.html
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I didn't know that. That's fucked up.
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..my favorite is Sierra Nevada Pale Ale, California's best beer! Super hoppy, crisp, clean, and with an unusually high alcohol content (5.6%)

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Piss off - I brought him Keiths once....


but then I drank it





and you missy - you 've had open season on my Keiths. Did you remembner to grab a bottle of Baileys on your way out the door?



Just to clear up the whole Stella thing...
In Canada, not sure about the US, Stella is considered a premium beer, it is very popular in the summer in particular. It is more pricey than other imports in some bars, but is nice and refreshing.

Last summer my cousin from Ireland was over and as we were walking around TO we were desperate for a drink so we headed towards some patios. I saw a sign for Stella and announced I was going to murder a large pint of it. At this point my cousin nearly fell over laughing and mocking me for having shite taste in beer and who the hell drinks "wifebeater" let alone puts out a sign for it. When I finally got him to shut up, his GF explained that at home and the UK it is like a trailer trash beer, you drink it if you're broke and are considered to have no taste.

So, clearly a big difference in how it is percieved on both sides of the ocean. I like my perception but I prefer their pricing


And to bring up an old topic, Keiths is fabulous, but I like it so much more in draft than bottle form.
http://forum.interference.com/t165929.html


And for that I thank you

Damn it, I forgot the small bottle I cracked open. Me= phail.

As for the drinking the Keith's you bought Beav

So, Stella is to the UK as PBR is to the US?
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The only beer I can stomach:

I love that stuff. Every Unibroue beer I've tried has been delicious. I've got pretty snobby beer tastes. Loooove Belgian beers or anything in that style - Doubles, Triples, etc. The absolute best beer I've ever tasted is Gouden Carolus Noel.



My favorite more common beers are New Belgium's Fat Tire or Deschutes Mirror Pond.
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This stuff is good, but only on tap:


Surprisingly, this wasn't bad:
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And that's why Jessica kicks ass.




I should add a few others ... my local favorite microbrews



Anything from http://www.lakefrontbrewery.com/ ... never had a bad brew from them.

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It's my favourite beer just for sentimental reasons. I had it again a couple of weeks ago and the memories just came flooding back. Good times, good times.
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