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Discussion in 'Katatonia' started by Grumble Grumble, Mar 22, 2008.

  1. Grumble Grumble

    Grumble Grumble We die We all...

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    crazy, i got a friend who moved out to scotsdale a few months back, and if i didnt know any better id swear he just wrote what you wrote lol.

    said friend has very similar beer tastes to all ya'll on here. And i forgot ive had chimay before for said friend's bday before he left, it was very expensive, it came in about a fifth of booze sized bottle, but was like 21 bux.
     
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    Pigeon New Metal Member

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    MadTinus Language enthusiast

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    For plain beer consumption at home I pretty much always go with Amstel, fine beer for the price you pay. Cheaper and better tasting than Heineken. I also enjoy Hertog Jan (good Dutch beer). Despite the fact that it stands in high regard (especially abroad), I am not a Grolsch drinker, too bitter for my taste.

    Less ordinary beers I like are Leffe (Blond!), Hoegaarden (in summer), Grimbergen (blond). Gorik brought some Chimay and Affligem to the last Kata-meeting at my place, those were really good as well, particularly Affligem.

    Other alcohol I like is red wine, not much else really, not into the sweet stuff. That gin-tonic stuff I drank on the melloboat was pretty good though.
     
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    stefan86 invariably off-topic

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    The Gin/Tonic soda is the pussy drink of kings
     
  5. LifeDepraved

    LifeDepraved My soul got a crack

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    I had Amstel a few times. I thought it was pretty good.
     
  6. LifeDepraved

    LifeDepraved My soul got a crack

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    If I'm going for a drink-drink though...definitely any kind of whiskey and coke...or just whiskey itself.
     
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    stefan86 invariably off-topic

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    Whiskey and rum usually makes me puke like a drunken sailor :lol:
     
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    Bleak Eyes Irrelevant

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    I tried some Bailey's Irish cream with caramel, and the taste of whiskey was destructive. When it hit my tongue, it was fine, but then when I took the gulp, the whiskey taste arrived in my throat, haha.
     
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    stefan86 invariably off-topic

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    haha I can imagine.. that kinda liquer is dangerous stuff. But seems I cant discuss alcohol anymore since I got "pwned" in the other thread :oops::lol:
     
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    Bleak Eyes Irrelevant

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    Ha, what happened in another thread?

    Oh, I made my first White Russian last night. Pretty good. I put slightly too much vodka in, but it didn't destroy the taste very much. I will remember this next time.
     
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    Well it seems I have to stop drinking and talking about alcohol :lol:

    Whiter Russian's are awesome.. but the balance between the vodka and kahlua is crucial. If you have too much of either it winds up really bad. They're usually better when you order them in a bar from a pro or at least a semi-pro :p
     
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    i hate bailey's..
    and i definetly drank too much white russian, i can't drink that shit anymore...but me and the caucasian, we had some fine times together...
     
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    yeah white russian is not a drink suitable for large amounts.. one is good, two is okay. after that I just tend to get sick of 'em.
     
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    Nightmare_Heaven Death Disco

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    bailey's? That stuff is gorgeous. But, this is a beer thread, no?

    I'm not much of a drinker, but....

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    You may now close this thread. The messiah is here.
     
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    haven't tried that one.. guess I have to buy one and check it out
     
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    any cheap beer. i'm not selective about it.
     
  17. EternityRites

    EternityRites ~Vail~

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    Ok so the cherry beer i was talking about is Belle Vue Kriek and its Belgian. I also forgot to mention Sapporo, I haven't had one in a long time since there is a serious lack of Japanese anything in this country.
     
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    LifeDepraved My soul got a crack

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    Good thing you reminded me...I like Sapporo as well. Sometimes are $1.99 for the 22oz can at the supermarket...I guess that's a good price, worth the taste.
     
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    it tastes great to me. just nice and smooth and light.
    i love sam adams.
    ive never seen that other beer around here. theres a store by my house that gets a lot of imported beers, so ill look for it

    lately ive been much more in a whiskey/coke or vodka/tonic mood when i go out to bars though. whiskey especially puts me in a ridiculous mood though in the past when i didnt think as much before I acted it got me into some situations i regretted in the morning, and very angry at times ^_^
     
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    Tuborg, MGD, Alexander Keith's are all great brews
     

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