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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by uriah1, Sep 9, 2013.
Why do you need a light in your beer fridge?
This. My beer doesn't stay "stored" long enough to worry about getting stale or skunky.
What I want to know is how you can sell much beer if your advertisement tells me to:
STAY THIRSTY, MY FRIEND!
The guy might be interesting as hell but I think he's just dumber than dirt....
seems the price often has an impact on the taste too.
Is it a light or a Bud light?
Sam Adams in a can....I have not seen that yet...
I won't once I start standing the beer up....
The Ale they make round here will go off after three or four days - which solves all the storage problems!
I was once served a frozen bottle of beer. The barman took the top off and 'woke up' the brew by pouring a shot of rum into it. Don't want too many of those....
So many myths amongst the beer snobs out there. My bro in law makes it all the time and im constantly eye rolling him about it. Especially about cans. I dated a girl that preferred beer in cans. Honestly, I can't tell the difference unless its Tecata. I was surprised at how it was noticeably better in a can. I would rather buy the plain ole canned stuff at the store, the craft store and home brew stuff always makes me feel like crap after 2 or 3. I get the strangest looks when I go to a restaurant in Atlanta the has 100 micro brewed beers and order a bud light. I drink so much beer (on my third right now) that I would go broke trying to impress everyone.
Back in my younger drinking days, I never had a problem staying thirsty. I did, however, have a problem staying upright.
It's a process I've worked at all my life.
I don't know about all those myths but I can tell you that I am a pretty good beer filter.
Beer is not just for breakfast anymore. Beer is food.
I only drink the finest Beer, Pabst Blue Ribbon in cans.
I don't pay for commercials or horses.
I must be a beer snob.
Miller pioneered the use of artificial hops that will not skunk when exposed to light.
The fact that miller beer can not legally be called "beer" in Germany says a lot about it though, IMHO.
Last MGD I had tasted like the ghost of a beer.
gosh, that makes me feel all dumb and foolish and kind of stupid and you seem all smart and superior...
my jaw would hang open except it would disaccentuate my buck teeth which would destroy how I appear.
Don't worry, Randy - it happens to all Miller drinkers eventually.
I know you have a couple of years on me, it is good to get the warning!
I only drink beer that has a horse on the label or
it's someway associated with a horse.
Is Killian's Red the name of a horse?
nope, I think you fall in the hipster category...
like the massive groups of scrawny kids wearing black tshirts who are simply asserting their unique individuality.
You are in a gigantic group of people who think they are in a very small group.
I'll bet you like bacon too!