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Old 02-24-2015, 11:37 PM   #1521
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I'll send you some! I'll need some pics of you drinking it with provided straw of course.
Do we not have a homebrew thread?
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I'll send you some! I'll need some pics of you drinking it with provided straw of course.
Do we not have a homebrew thread?
No, but we should. We could start an exchange we definitely have enough people who brew around these parts. It would motivate me to start brewing again.
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It will be my morning project. I love seeing how creative some people get with their setup.
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Mera Belga! Its like a Belgian white/wheat with a distinct banana & clove. It's filtered so its perfectly clear. One of my co-workers brought a 6 back from El Salvador while he was on vacation. Very tasty!
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Old 02-27-2015, 07:21 PM   #1526
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I only drink keystone because it tastes like water after like 5 of them and then the next 25 don't even feel like beer #collegelife
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^^^ College life or not

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Don't like the taste of beer :( drink to be drunk.
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Not liking the taste of beer, and yet drinking Keystone to get drunk, is like needing to inflate the tires on your car, but preferring to do it with a bicycle pump with a broken handle instead if an air compressor.





SO many good tasting beers out there though, there must be something like you'd better, and likely with even higher ABV than Keystone.
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I always try new beers, but keystone tastes the wateryest. Hopefully someday I find one I like.
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Well, in the meantime, for your consideration:

The Moderately Priced Tequila Thread

The Moderately Priced Whiskey Thread

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Old 02-27-2015, 11:38 PM   #1532
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Mera Belga! Its like a Belgian white/wheat with a distinct banana & clove. It's filtered so its perfectly clear. One of my co-workers brought a 6 back from El Salvador while he was on vacation. Very tasty!
Wow, that sounds delicious. I tend to not like South American beers. But one that sounds like a Belgian...yeah I would be down for that.
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I always try new beers, but keystone tastes the wateryest. Hopefully someday I find one I like.
Keystone != real beer.

Mebbe one day you go out with me, we find real beers. Let me know when you're in Portland and don't have anything scheduled early the next day.

Edit: and have a place to sleep. A couch at my place is possible, depending. DEPENDING.
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Keystone != real beer.

Mebbe one day you go out with me, we find real beers. Let me know when you're in Portland and don't have anything scheduled early the next day.

Edit: and have a place to sleep. A couch at my place is possible, depending. DEPENDING.
Lol, my parents live literally 15 blocks from your house, I'm pretty sure my mom hasn't completely turned my room into her office yet.

But thanks for the offer I'll let you know when I can work that out.
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Well, in the meantime, for your consideration:

The Moderately Priced Tequila Thread

The Moderately Priced Whiskey Thread

Do we have a bitch drinks thread? Thats what he really needs.
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Yes please.
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Do we have a bitch drinks thread? Thats what he really needs.
bitch drinks = $$

I was directing him toward a higher intoxification per dollar solution. Maybe some Everclear would be best.



At a mere $18/750ml, he'd improve his ABV by a factor of 23 or so.
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Dude, Mr. Boston (or whatever your local $8/handle vodka is called) in Pomegranate Dry soda is quite a winner for hiding the taste of the alcohol while being able to hold a lot of it. Another more expensive but less obviously girly (since pomegranate dry is like bright pink) choice would be southern comfort and coke.
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I'll have to try those. Last time I had ever clear it ended with me drinking it straight and chasing with honey jack. Not something I want to ever do again.
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Last time I had ever clear it ended with me drinking it straight and chasing with honey jack. Not something I want to ever do again.
Oh come on man, think of the economy to be found there! It's just a simple matter of dosage adjustment. You're just used to being at the other extreme.
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