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Postby Philcore? » Thu May 08, 2008 4:29 pm

looks like the old thread died.

I just picked up a sixer of Great Divide Titan IPA on sale for only $9. Beer prices are getting ridiculous, but it's better than drinking crap.

I'm really in the mood for some Avery Karma Ale.

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Dos Equis
Sierra Nevada Bigfoot Barleywine
Bell's Expidition Imperial Stout
Stoudt's Winter Ale
Terrapin Rye Pale Ale
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Postby davidflores » Thu May 08, 2008 4:30 pm

I don't drink anymore but I used to buy my liquor at the ueta duty free in california, fuggin' sweet dude! a 24 pack for only 8$!!!
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Postby WhereEaglesDare » Thu May 08, 2008 4:30 pm

beer is seriously so expensive right now, arghh
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Postby SOULJA BOY TELL'EM. » Thu May 08, 2008 4:31 pm

last beer i tried was whitehawk. pretty good stuff.
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Postby nigguh p » Thu May 08, 2008 4:37 pm

This past weekend I was lucky to experience the following on draft -

all in NYC

***there may be spelling errors


dogfish head - 90 minute
sierra nevada - best bitter (cask)
bear republic - hop rod rye ipa
anchor - old foghorn barleywine
brooklyner - double bock
stone - ipa
avery - maharaja
stoudts - smooth hoperator (hands down my favorite)
victory - breumister pils
brooklyner weisse
smuttynose - imperial stout
southern tier - hop sun


i was able to fly home 47 lbs worth as well. Talk about being paranoid.

i flew home -

Dogfish Head
- golden era imperial pilsner
- aprihop
- burton baton oak aged imperial ipa

Stone Brewing
- ipa 6 pack
- oaked arrogant bastard 12oz
- pale ale 12oz
- 22oz imperial stout
- 22oz arrogant bastard
- 22oz 11th anniversary
- 22oz ruination

Brooklyn Brewery
- chocolate stout 12oz
- pilsner 12oz
- brown ale 12oz
- lager 12oz
- Schneider Hopfen-Weisse 22oz http://beeradvocate.com/beer/profile/45/38700

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Postby davidflores » Thu May 08, 2008 4:40 pm

nigguh p wrote:This past weekend I was lucky to experience the following on draft -

***there may be spelling errorsjavascript:emoticon(':smt009')
javascript:emoticon(':smt009')


dogfish head - 90 minute
sierra nevada - best bitter (cask)
bear republic - hop rod rye ipa
anchor - old foghorn barleywine
brooklyner - double bock
stone - ipa
avery - maharaja
stoudts - smooth hoperator (hands down my favorite)
victory - breumister pils
brooklyner weisse
smuttynose - imperial stout
southern tier - hop sun


i was able to fly home 47 lbs worth as well. Talk about being paranoid.

i flew home -

Dogfish Head
- golden era imperial pilsner
- aprihop
- burton baton oak aged imperial ipa

Stone Brewing
- ipa 6 pack
- oaked arrogant bastard 12oz
- pale ale 12oz
- 22oz imperial stout
- 22oz arrogant bastard
- 22oz 11th anniversary
- 22oz ruination

Brooklyn Brewery
- chocolate stout 12oz
- pilsner 12oz
- brown ale 12oz
- lager 12oz
- Schneider Hopfen-Weisse 22oz http://beeradvocate.com/beer/profile/45/38700

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that arrogant bastard bottle killed me once :smt009
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Postby nigguh p » Thu May 08, 2008 4:41 pm

that stone 11th anniversary cost me $5.50. the bar i was at was charging $25

thats fucking insane
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Postby Ciabatta » Thu May 08, 2008 4:42 pm

davidflores wrote:
nigguh p wrote:This past weekend I was lucky to experience the following on draft -

***there may be spelling errorsjavascript:emoticon(':smt009')
javascript:emoticon(':smt009')


dogfish head - 90 minute
sierra nevada - best bitter (cask)
bear republic - hop rod rye ipa
anchor - old foghorn barleywine
brooklyner - double bock
stone - ipa
avery - maharaja
stoudts - smooth hoperator (hands down my favorite)
victory - breumister pils
brooklyner weisse
smuttynose - imperial stout
southern tier - hop sun


i was able to fly home 47 lbs worth as well. Talk about being paranoid.

i flew home -

Dogfish Head
- golden era imperial pilsner
- aprihop
- burton baton oak aged imperial ipa

Stone Brewing
- ipa 6 pack
- oaked arrogant bastard 12oz
- pale ale 12oz
- 22oz imperial stout
- 22oz arrogant bastard
- 22oz 11th anniversary
- 22oz ruination

Brooklyn Brewery
- chocolate stout 12oz
- pilsner 12oz
- brown ale 12oz
- lager 12oz
- Schneider Hopfen-Weisse 22oz http://beeradvocate.com/beer/profile/45/38700

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that arrogant bastard bottle killed me once :smt009


I think I've had something called Double Bastard once or some related ale. Shit got me ripped.
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Postby bradleyd » Thu May 08, 2008 4:45 pm

Lately I've been drinking:

Harpoon UFO
Sam Adams Summer Mix Pack
Wachusett Blueberry


Tried Opa Opa Watermelon Ale at a restaurant last week, very different.

Recomend me good Hefeweizens. I want to try some new brands.
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Postby Philcore? » Thu May 08, 2008 4:46 pm

Dang, i am jealous, I really want to try these

nigguh p wrote:bear republic - hop rod rye ipa
anchor - old foghorn barleywine
brooklyner - double bock
stoudts - smooth hoperator (hands down my favorite)
smuttynose - imperial stout
southern tier - hop sun
Schneider Hopfen-Weisse 22oz
all the Stone beers


and I really miss Avery Maharaja and Dogfish Head Burton Baton.
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Postby mcbrettatron » Thu May 08, 2008 4:51 pm

My roommate brews his own beer. He finished his third batch last night, it was dark belgian ale. They've all turned out delicious so far.

On a more trashy note, does anyone know if they still make Olde English in 64oz bottles?
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Postby bradleyd » Thu May 08, 2008 4:52 pm

mcbrettatron wrote:My roommate brews his own beer. He finished his third batch last night, it was dark belgian ale. They've all turned out delicious so far.

On a more trashy note, does anyone know if they still make Olde English in 64oz bottles?


ive never seen it in anything besides a 40oz
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Postby Philcore? » Thu May 08, 2008 4:54 pm

bradleyd wrote:
mcbrettatron wrote:My roommate brews his own beer. He finished his third batch last night, it was dark belgian ale. They've all turned out delicious so far.

On a more trashy note, does anyone know if they still make Olde English in 64oz bottles?


ive never seen it in anything besides a 40oz


I've seen beer in bottles bigger than 40oz, but not Olde English, and not in Florida (biggest the law allows here is 32oz).


I also make my own beer, but it's been about a year and a half since my last batch. But as soon as I get a couple of paychecks, I'm going to start up again.

Unless anyone wants to send me $50 to brew some up now.
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Postby mcbrettatron » Thu May 08, 2008 4:55 pm

bradleyd wrote:
mcbrettatron wrote:My roommate brews his own beer. He finished his third batch last night, it was dark belgian ale. They've all turned out delicious so far.

On a more trashy note, does anyone know if they still make Olde English in 64oz bottles?


ive never seen it in anything besides a 40oz



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Postby dothecropcircle » Thu May 08, 2008 4:56 pm

i was in nyc last weekend, i stopped at a bar called hopdevil and had an avery karma. other than that, i drank pabsts at the systematic death gig.

i exhausted my surplus and all i have left in my pantry is two bottles of great lakes lake erie monster (fuck!) and alesmith ipa and yulesmith.

ive been broke lately, so my drinking has been much lower class.
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Postby bradleyd » Thu May 08, 2008 4:56 pm

Philcore wrote:
bradleyd wrote:
mcbrettatron wrote:My roommate brews his own beer. He finished his third batch last night, it was dark belgian ale. They've all turned out delicious so far.

On a more trashy note, does anyone know if they still make Olde English in 64oz bottles?


ive never seen it in anything besides a 40oz


I've seen beer in bottles bigger than 40oz, but not Olde English, and not in Florida (biggest the law allows here is 32oz).


I also make my own beer, but it's been about a year and a half since my last batch. But as soon as I get a couple of paychecks, I'm going to start up again.

Unless anyone wants to send me $50 to brew some up now.


Really? only 32oz? that sucks.

I love getting Growlers of Ipswich Ale and bringing them to a party.
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Postby nigguh p » Thu May 08, 2008 4:58 pm

i had the DFH golden era today. it tasted more like a pilsner but was rather smooth.


the rest are being stored as i have way too much other shit to get through first

currently cellaring (although not technically as i cant get a temp below 60 degrees. its pretty constant at 62 and that may change when the AC comes on)

fullers vintage ale 2007 x4
o'fallon smoked porter from pappy van winkle barrels x2
sierra nevada big foot 2007
victory barleywine (i will drink this some time this year)
schlafly barleywine 2007
anchor old foghorn barleywine 2007

i forget what else
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Postby nigguh p » Thu May 08, 2008 4:59 pm

dothecropcircle wrote:i was in nyc last weekend, i stopped at a bar called hopdevil and had an avery karma. other than that, i drank pabsts at the systematic death gig.

i exhausted my surplus and all i have left in my pantry is two bottles of great lakes lake erie monster (fuck!) and alesmith ipa and yulesmith.

ive been broke lately, so my drinking has been much lower class.


weird, i was there last weekend too. you should have went to the blind tiger ale house. its in greenwich. i thought about going to hopdevil but it was low on my list to check out.
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Postby mcbrettatron » Thu May 08, 2008 5:02 pm

Today was my last day of college. To celebrate all of my friends and I are going to hike a mountain with a view of all San Diego and drink some Chimay.


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Postby dothecropcircle » Thu May 08, 2008 5:02 pm

nigguh p wrote:
dothecropcircle wrote:i was in nyc last weekend, i stopped at a bar called hopdevil and had an avery karma. other than that, i drank pabsts at the systematic death gig.

i exhausted my surplus and all i have left in my pantry is two bottles of great lakes lake erie monster (fuck!) and alesmith ipa and yulesmith.

ive been broke lately, so my drinking has been much lower class.


weird, i was there last weekend too. you should have went to the blind tiger ale house. its in greenwich. i thought about going to hopdevil but it was low on my list to check out.


blind tiger was on a list of 5 or so places someone told me to check out. i was in the area where hopdevil was doing record shopping so i stopped there. i felt retarded cause i asked about the 4-7 m-f happy hour even though it was saturday.
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Postby tallship » Thu May 08, 2008 5:03 pm

all i have been drinking lately are abita strawberry harvest, abita hefe weizen, and leinenkugel summer shandy. it's going to be a mickey's hand grenade weekend though.
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Postby nigguh p » Thu May 08, 2008 5:04 pm

i dont get belgium. i've tried and tried and tried but they always let me down
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Postby mcbrettatron » Thu May 08, 2008 5:04 pm

nigguh p wrote:i dont get belgium. i've tried and tried and tried but they always let me down


Have you had Chimay?
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Postby nigguh p » Thu May 08, 2008 5:05 pm

dothecropcircle wrote:
nigguh p wrote:
dothecropcircle wrote:i was in nyc last weekend, i stopped at a bar called hopdevil and had an avery karma. other than that, i drank pabsts at the systematic death gig.

i exhausted my surplus and all i have left in my pantry is two bottles of great lakes lake erie monster (fuck!) and alesmith ipa and yulesmith.

ive been broke lately, so my drinking has been much lower class.


weird, i was there last weekend too. you should have went to the blind tiger ale house. its in greenwich. i thought about going to hopdevil but it was low on my list to check out.


blind tiger was on a list of 5 or so places someone told me to check out. i was in the area where hopdevil was doing record shopping so i stopped there. i felt retarded cause i asked about the 4-7 m-f happy hour even though it was saturday.


i took full advantage of the happy hour at blind tiger. they were charging like $6+ a pint so the happy hours prices ruled. i stocked up.
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Postby nigguh p » Thu May 08, 2008 5:06 pm

mcbrettatron wrote:
nigguh p wrote:i dont get belgium. i've tried and tried and tried but they always let me down


Have you had Chimay?


ive had so many, i dont even know. i dont like the styles. white ales i can semi tolerate but id rather drink miller high life.
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Postby dothecropcircle » Thu May 08, 2008 5:06 pm

nigguh p wrote:
dothecropcircle wrote:
nigguh p wrote:
dothecropcircle wrote:i was in nyc last weekend, i stopped at a bar called hopdevil and had an avery karma. other than that, i drank pabsts at the systematic death gig.

i exhausted my surplus and all i have left in my pantry is two bottles of great lakes lake erie monster (fuck!) and alesmith ipa and yulesmith.

ive been broke lately, so my drinking has been much lower class.


weird, i was there last weekend too. you should have went to the blind tiger ale house. its in greenwich. i thought about going to hopdevil but it was low on my list to check out.


blind tiger was on a list of 5 or so places someone told me to check out. i was in the area where hopdevil was doing record shopping so i stopped there. i felt retarded cause i asked about the 4-7 m-f happy hour even though it was saturday.


i took full advantage of the happy hour at blind tiger. they were charging like $6+ a pint so the happy hours prices ruled. i stocked up.


i can imagine man. happy hour prices would be killer, if id have known, id have hit something else up.
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Postby nigguh p » Thu May 08, 2008 5:07 pm

i am itching to try the sierra nevada southern hemisphere ale

it sounds amazing
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Postby nigguh p » Thu May 08, 2008 5:09 pm

dothecropcircle wrote:
nigguh p wrote:
dothecropcircle wrote:
nigguh p wrote:
dothecropcircle wrote:i was in nyc last weekend, i stopped at a bar called hopdevil and had an avery karma. other than that, i drank pabsts at the systematic death gig.

i exhausted my surplus and all i have left in my pantry is two bottles of great lakes lake erie monster (fuck!) and alesmith ipa and yulesmith.

ive been broke lately, so my drinking has been much lower class.


weird, i was there last weekend too. you should have went to the blind tiger ale house. its in greenwich. i thought about going to hopdevil but it was low on my list to check out.


blind tiger was on a list of 5 or so places someone told me to check out. i was in the area where hopdevil was doing record shopping so i stopped there. i felt retarded cause i asked about the 4-7 m-f happy hour even though it was saturday.


i took full advantage of the happy hour at blind tiger. they were charging like $6+ a pint so the happy hours prices ruled. i stocked up.


i can imagine man. happy hour prices would be killer, if id have known, id have hit something else up.


i went to one place called the grammercy tavern and their pints were $8 a pop. OOF! but i ahd to try stone ipa on tap
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Postby mcbrettatron » Thu May 08, 2008 5:09 pm

nigguh p wrote:
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nigguh p wrote:i dont get belgium. i've tried and tried and tried but they always let me down


Have you had Chimay?


ive had so many, i dont even know. i dont like the styles. white ales i can semi tolerate but id rather drink miller high life.


I'm with you, I don't see what the big deal with Belgian beers is, but I do really like Chimay. I'm sure there are other beers that taste similar for cheaper too, I just haven't found any like it yet.
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Postby Guinness Misfit » Thu May 08, 2008 5:10 pm

Chimay Grande Reserve (the blue bottle) is my favorite of the Chimay, that red one you had is very similar to La Fin du Monde, in that its triple fermented. I thought the flavor was close as well.
My wife was happy that Nashville it is now possible to get Boulevard.
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Postby Philcore? » Thu May 08, 2008 5:10 pm

mcbrettatron wrote:
nigguh p wrote:i dont get belgium. i've tried and tried and tried but they always let me down


Have you had Chimay?


I also have a hard time getting into most belgians. There have been a handful I liked, but nothing I'd really miss if I couldn't get it again.

There are some US brewers that have Belgian style beers I love though, like Stoudts Triple and Avery Salvation.
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Postby nigguh p » Thu May 08, 2008 5:12 pm

boulevard is ok but in st louis schlafly reigns king

stoudts was the shocker of my trip. i'd never heard of it but i lived what i had.
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Postby dothecropcircle » Thu May 08, 2008 5:12 pm

belgians are ok, but for the price they cost in the states, way not worth it. delirium makes some good brews, but theyre def not worth it. germany and usa all the way. but out of everytyhing, ill take american ipas over everything.

nigguh_p, you ever have greak lakes blackout stout? im not the biggest stout fan, but fuck, that shit is good.
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Postby Matt Even » Thu May 08, 2008 5:13 pm

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Check this if you get a chance. Budweiser just started distributing it.

Its called Wild Blue. Its Blueberry lager made with all real blueberry and blueberry juice. Its pretty good. Like 8% alcohol. Its from a small brewery in New York so some of you might have seen/had it before
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Postby Philcore? » Thu May 08, 2008 5:17 pm

dothecropcircle wrote:belgians are ok, but for the price they cost in the states, way not worth it. delirium makes some good brews, but theyre def not worth it. germany and usa all the way. but out of everytyhing, ill take american ipas over everything.

nigguh_p, you ever have greak lakes blackout stout? im not the biggest stout fan, but fuck, that shit is good.


Germany has a few beers is really love, but the British Isles win for all round best traditional brewing culture.

also, Norway and Sweden have some really good breweries.
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Postby bradleyd » Thu May 08, 2008 5:18 pm

Matt Even wrote:Image

Check this if you get a chance. Budweiser just started distributing it.

Its called Wild Blue. Its Blueberry lager made with all real blueberry and blueberry juice. Its pretty good. Like 8% alcohol. Its from a small brewery in New York so some of you might have seen/had it before


Just saw this in the store yesterday.
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Postby nigguh p » Thu May 08, 2008 5:18 pm

dothecropcircle wrote:belgians are ok, but for the price they cost in the states, way not worth it. delirium makes some good brews, but theyre def not worth it. germany and usa all the way. but out of everytyhing, ill take american ipas over everything.

nigguh_p, you ever have greak lakes blackout stout? im not the biggest stout fan, but fuck, that shit is good.


never heard of great lakes. i do love stouts though.
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Postby dothecropcircle » Thu May 08, 2008 5:21 pm

nigguh p wrote:
dothecropcircle wrote:belgians are ok, but for the price they cost in the states, way not worth it. delirium makes some good brews, but theyre def not worth it. germany and usa all the way. but out of everytyhing, ill take american ipas over everything.

nigguh_p, you ever have greak lakes blackout stout? im not the biggest stout fan, but fuck, that shit is good.


never heard of great lakes. i do love stouts though.


it's a cleveland brewery. they make some good stuff. blackout stout is available 2-3 months a year. i keep forgetting they don't distribute outside of the area at all. they made this imperial ipa called lake erie monster that they had on tap at the brewpub for a bit. they then botted it and sold it in 22 oz bottles so i bought a couple. mad expensive but its a damn good beer.
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Postby MattAttack » Thu May 08, 2008 5:36 pm

I'm in the mood to try out some new dark lagers. Any suggestions?
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Postby nine years later » Fri May 09, 2008 12:50 pm

man, straight edge folks really go for the gusto when they break...

i had this last weekend

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really good for a fruity beer. easy to drink, not too heavy. 8% alcohol so i wouldn't drink more than a few at a time
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Postby nine years later » Fri May 09, 2008 12:52 pm

also check out my friend's beer blog. you might be into it.

http://bierjournal.blogspot.com/
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Postby Chuck__ » Fri May 09, 2008 12:52 pm

BLAH BLAH BLAH I DRINK EXPENSIVE BEER. I AM COOL AND ballsy BLAH BLAH BLAH
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Postby nine years later » Fri May 09, 2008 12:56 pm

oops totally didnt notice someone already posted the wild blue.
and chuck___- i bought a 6 pack of coors light last night for 3 bucks. can it.
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Postby Chuck__ » Fri May 09, 2008 12:59 pm

nine years later wrote:oops totally didnt notice someone already posted the wild blue.
and chuck___- i bought a 6 pack of coors light last night for 3 bucks. can it.


My username only has two underscores. I am half drunk on some Budweiser that somebody left in my fridge. can it.
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Postby squirrel heart » Fri May 09, 2008 1:03 pm

Chuck__ wrote:BLAH BLAH BLAH I DRINK EXPENSIVE BEER. I AM COOL AND ballsy BLAH BLAH BLAH


yeah dude, COOL AND ballsy.
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Postby cthc89 » Fri May 09, 2008 1:05 pm

nigguh p wrote:dogfish head - 90 minute

:vom: the currant flavored one sucks too
I LOVE the 60 minute IPA though.
nine years later wrote:man, straight edge folks really go for the gusto when they break...

REAL TALK
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Postby squirrel heart » Fri May 09, 2008 1:09 pm

nine years later wrote:i bought a 6 pack of coors light last night for 3 bucks. can it.


you failed to mention they were "boo boo" beers (7oz). you was hoodwinked!
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Postby nine years later » Fri May 09, 2008 1:12 pm

squirrel heart wrote:
nine years later wrote:i bought a 6 pack of coors light last night for 3 bucks. can it.


you failed to mention they were "boo boo" beers (7oz). you was hoodwinked!

haha hush. they were 8 ounces :smt002

i cant think of one ex-straight edge friend who didnt start drinking heavily for at least a couple years
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Postby xithyl » Fri May 09, 2008 1:14 pm

zzz.
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Postby squirrel heart » Fri May 09, 2008 1:15 pm

nine years later wrote:
squirrel heart wrote:
nine years later wrote:i bought a 6 pack of coors light last night for 3 bucks. can it.


you failed to mention they were "boo boo" beers (7oz). you was hoodwinked!

haha hush. they were 8 ounces :smt002

i cant think of one ex-straight edge friend who didnt start drinking heavily for at least a couple years


you gotta make up for lost time. beer is awesome
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