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My Favorite Libations

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Steve turned me on to Blue Moon a while back. Very good beer. I also like Guinness and other dark beers. As far as liquor, Rum would have to be my favorite, but very sparingly. :)

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By the way, very cool picture Steve. :eusa_clap:

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well i just learned blue moon was a coors product, never tried it before, bu may have too someday since coors original is my usual preference

oh and that stuff that comes in the purple bag also

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Here's some news for ya Rolling Rock drinkers in the not to distance future Rolling Rock will be moving to NJ. From what I hear they have been sold or something like that to Anheuser-busch. so look for a new look I think the green bottle is going to change real soon....

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nothing like the Mexican Pee :) I can only tolerate Corona in small amounts

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I know all you folks have ever seen me drink is Miller Lite, but when I am ready to treat my self to a real beer..... the only way to fly is Bass and Company IPA. Same Recipe for how many hundreds of years????? and I am with Sam on the Guiness, but I usually lay off the dark and heavy after St Pattys Day, never a pretty sight come 2 am on the 18th. Once hockey season starts back up I ease my way back to real beer. That Blue Moon is pretty good though, thank for re-introducing me to it Steve.

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Yeah , I read a Belgium based company bought the rolling rock and others. Gov Rendell was gonna step in, but I guess not. Oh well the rock sucked/sucks anyhow. Homebrew is the way to go fellas. Just takes too long...... arrggg...,... the raspberry mead is still having some time in the bottle.

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Here's some news for ya Rolling Rock drinkers in the not to distance future Rolling Rock will be moving to NJ. From what I hear they have been sold or something like that to Anheuser-busch. so look for a new look I think the green bottle is going to change real soon....

its a sad day.:-(

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I know all you folks have ever seen me drink is Miller Lite, but when I am ready to treat my self to a real beer..... the only way to fly is Bass and Company IPA. Same Recipe for how many hundreds of years????? and I am with Sam on the Guiness, but I usually lay off the dark and heavy after St Pattys Day, never a pretty sight come 2 am on the 18th. Once hockey season starts back up I ease my way back to real beer. That Blue Moon is pretty good though, thank for re-introducing me to it Steve.

Bass Ale ROCKS....but I gotta go with Boddington's as my favorite.

Gotta love the widget!

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If I'm having a few I go for Sam Adams

If I'm having a few hundred then Miller Lite

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If I'm having a few I go for Sam Adams

If I'm having a few hundred then Miller Lite

Sam has 18 of 'em, any preference?

I sort'a like 'em all!

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I'm Boston Lager

I actually tried Sam Lite (GASP, I know) I really really liked it. It's worth a shot IMO.

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Samauls Smith's Taddy Porter now that good

Oatmeal Stout!!!!!!!!!:eusa_drool:

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:D Trust me after 10-12 of them you don't feel too healthy at all:eusa_sick:

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I suppose thats why we each saw Bob Marley instead of Sharks, Ehh?

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