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The WoY Beer Thread.

Discussion in 'Woods of Ypres' started by David Gold, Nov 16, 2006.

  1. sdmf2

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    Sleeman's Cream Ale, pretty good.
     
  2. Infernium

    Infernium Unohduksen Lapsi

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    Currently drinking Sandels, named after a hero of Finnish war. Tastes... manly.

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  3. Reign in Acai

    Reign in Acai Of Elephant and Man

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    Currently drinking a six pack of Hoegaarden. I don't drink much nowadays so this is hitting me hard. :kickass:
     
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    I don't drink very often, but when I do My beer of choice is Labatt Blue or Molson Canadian.
     
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    Stella Artois is my new favourite brew
     
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    Frosties Blind @ heart

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    Guys, home made beer is where it's at!!!

    The latest batch my friends and I made is pretty sweet - literally. At the beginning we put in a bit of orange and some honey. Now it tastes pretty special. And for some unknown reason, it makes you dizzy like a motherfucker.
     
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    Been drinking Heineken of late, but I had some Sleeman something about a month ago and it was quite good, so I might have to try that out too. Oh, and some honey Steamwhistle, which was pretty good.
     
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    Der Morgenstern Trailer Park Bacchus

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    Unibroue's La Fin Du Monde is my beer of choice.
     
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    case of Carlsberg last night at band practice. good stuff.
     
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    So I had a Tankhouse Ale the other night (made in Toronto), my dad said that he had one sip of it a few weeks ago and couldn't drink the rest (and my dad drinks a LOT of beer, especially heavy stuff), but I loved it, it was nice and sweet. I also dig Heineken and Sleeman, and Guinness if I can get it.
     
  11. David Gold

    David Gold Son of the Darkest Blues

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    So I went to Chicago, and there, I drank some beer. They have this thing called 'Samuel Adams' (http://www.samueladams.com) of which there is a series of 'Seasonal Brews'. The back of a bottle reads:

    FALL - Octoberfest,
    WINTER - Winter Lager,
    SUMMER - Summer Ale,
    SPRING - White Ale.

    Those are some pretty good suggestions, and also pretty WOODS OF YPRES if you ask me. + Good stuff!

    btw - I keep trying to tell myself to cut back a little, but it's just so delicious. Beer in general that is.

    DG - \w/ :kickass:
     
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    Perfect song for this thread:

     
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  13. JoeDaleFrost

    JoeDaleFrost Pantheon of Oak

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    That beer sounds amazing. I'll have to try and get some if I go down to the U.S.

    I usually just like to stick to my regular old moose head :kickass: .

    Have you ever tried Wackens own brand of beer? My friend brought some back when he went this past Wacken and gave me a couple. Theyre pretty good.

    http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3258/2756882570_e6f0004f69.jpg?v=0
     
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    My favourite beer is a local brew called Phillips Double Chocolate Porter. Its really dark, but goes down very smooth and has a nice chocolatey kind of burnt (for lack of a better word) aftertaste. On Halloween I had a Scottish beer called McEwen's and damn is that shit strong! I thought I was drinking rum for a second. Another beer I enjoy is Rickard's White (and the Red is no slouch either). Stella Artois is probably my favourite European beer, but to be honest I much prefer Canadian beer over European beer. Also, I'm not really a big beer drinker I'd pick a joint over a beer anyday.

    Joel
     
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    Lately I've been drinking either Steamwhistle Pilsner, Guinness Extra Stout, or Carib Lager (from Trinidad).
     
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    JoeDaleFrost Pantheon of Oak

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    Steamwhistle brings the win!
     
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    Actually, out of those 3 I prefer the Carib. It has a more distinct taste and its cheap! But my band drinks Steamwhistle so thats usually we way it goes haha
     
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    JoeDaleFrost Pantheon of Oak

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    Yeah I can ussually never afford steamwhistle...Lake Port it is..
     
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    A few days late but I just saw this thread...

    I was in Frankfurt Germany this last Friday on my way back from Dubai and as soon as I got to the airport I had to have a Franziskaner weissbier. Sweet Oden, that's my favorite beer of all time, followed only by Hoegaarden from Belgium.


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    Perhaps I shouldn't admit it was only 7am...:loco:



    Fuck it, it still ruled. :kickass:
     

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