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Discussion in 'Symphony X (Unofficial)' started by Yngvai X, May 11, 2007.
Kisz beer. Czech lager, tastes sweet. I like!
Kronenbourg beer, from France (I think).
Weihenstephaner Hefe Weissbier. It tastes like Hoegaarden, only it's not as fruity and it tastes tarter.
And tonight I've also had Kingfisher, Stella, and Yuengling but they've already been mentioned.
Two things I usually drink after hours:
San Miguel Dark Lager - perfect accompaniment to ribs & steaks IMO
San Miguel Pale Pilsen (most recent commercial has HK martial arts star Jet Li doing some stunts, haha)
One of my vids I chug a 13% Devil Dancer Triple IPA
Why would you do that? Seems like a waste of good beer
*rip, delicious beer*
I just had an Abbot Ale
Holy shit, I agree. Bad bad bad bad bad bad bad.
Is that for me? 'Cause if it's not, can it be for me? I feel like I need to be punished for all the Keystone I've consumed in the past 2 weeks
You're in college, it's perfectly acceptable to dri... KEYSTONE!?!??! WTF!?!?!
At least go for PBR.... jesus peewee!!!
Milwaukee's Best...mmm mmm goo...
No, I can't finish that sentence with a straight face.
Milwaukee's Best: the Keystone of the Midwest.
Ohhh... the BEAST!!! Bad times. I will never drink that by choice, not even if it's the cheapest shit that's there.
for cheap, PBR is the only way to go.
Unfortunately, no, it's for the guy chugging good beer. Perhaps Chloe will give you a spanking.
Check this out...
I'm not a very big drinker...and I think I might pay $52 for that Tut's Brew thing. That looks amazing!
That's it: "V" party! Everyone buy a bottle, and meet in Nevada. Go!
I have yet to find a Utopias. I don't care how much it costs, I'm buying it if I see it.
I read about the Tutankhamen beer some time ago in my beer mags. It's good to see they've put that into production. It would be good to taste what the Egyptians brewed as beer way back before hops were discovered to be a great additive in Belgium (18th century, if I recall correctly).
Looks like I'm SOL on the first beer till I make it to London.
I just got a 12 pack of Sierra Neveda Anniversary Ale...psyched! You can't go wrong with Sierra Nevada or Brooklyn...overall, those are my favorite breweries.
My Pint Beer Boot needs a good beer, where to start, where to start? I actually might be getting a job at a local liquor store, not a bad job for being 18.