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    Re: Lars Said: "Beer is Beer, regardless of what you drink it from"

    If Larsmac is buying I agree with everything he says.

    I have an australian friend, when visiting her I asked her why all the salad trays of her fridge were filled with beer and the salad on the shelves. "It's the coolest bit if the fridge where else would you keep it was her reply". Australian logic at it's best.

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    Re: Lars Said: "Beer is Beer, regardless of what you drink it from"

    Lagers are not for drinking they are for refreshing on a summers day.
    I thought I knew more than this until I opened my mouth

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    Re: Lars Said: "Beer is Beer, regardless of what you drink it from"

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    OMG!!!! I was in DC when I first tasted a beer with an Indian head on the can. Can't think of what it was called (was in a red can) I almost threw up.
    You must be talking about:

    Quote Originally Posted by fuzzywuzzy View Post
    YOU DRINK WARM BEER?????? dear god I hope it wasn't summer. Didn't realise they allowed drinking under the Lafayette Statue lol lol
    Well, it was cold when we started. We had three leftover when we were rousted the next morning. They were breakfast.
    We were young and didn't know any better, back then.
    I don't know if we were allowed to drink there. I suppose that, had we asked, someone would have said "no". I am not even sure you can hang out in the park, any more at night, much less drink beer with the old General.
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    Re: Lars Said: "Beer is Beer, regardless of what you drink it from"

    Bunch of Anti-Stellas. At least I won't drink Sam Adams, or -ugh!- Old Milwaukee. I would prefer Moosehead, but it's not sold in NYC, I'd have to go to Canada or back to New England.

    Lars, that's a real pretty label!

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    Re: Lars Said: "Beer is Beer, regardless of what you drink it from"

    We get the real budweiser over here made in the czech republic. In the states seems to be sold as Czechvar. Check it out personally I find the American Budweiser weak and too sweet.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Budweiser

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    I like it cold and in a glass.
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    Re: Lars Said: "Beer is Beer, regardless of what you drink it from"

    I've drunk Stella in the past. They won't serve it to English tourists in some bars in Bruges. Which is just as well. Why would you waste your money on that stuff when there's so much more better stuff to choose from there.

    As for Fosters and Budweiser, well, both are unfit for human consumption, even from a Waterford cut crystal glass
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    Re: Lars Said: "Beer is Beer, regardless of what you drink it from"

    Quote Originally Posted by Snowfire View Post
    I've drunk Stella in the past. They won't serve it to English tourists in some bars in Bruges. Which is just as well. Why would you waste your money on that stuff when there's so much more better stuff to choose from there.

    As for Fosters and Budweiser, well, both are unfit for human consumption, even from a Waterford cut crystal glass
    Talking of them... I have an assortment of glasses at my abode. We don't drink a lot and even If we have Lagers In for friends, they prefer to drink from the tin. I'm quite the peasent and will happilly glug my Red wine from any glass but when It comes to my Bailey's Irish Creme, It must be drunk from the lead crystal cut glass, Mr O also Insists his Port Is served In cut glass.

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    Re: Lars Said: "Beer is Beer, regardless of what you drink it from"

    Quote Originally Posted by Snowfire View Post
    I've drunk Stella in the past. They won't serve it to English tourists in some bars in Bruges. Which is just as well. Why would you waste your money on that stuff when there's so much more better stuff to choose from there.

    As for Fosters and Budweiser, well, both are unfit for human consumption, even from a Waterford cut crystal glass
    Suggest something I can buy in a local store in Brooklyn, NYC, & I'll give it a try. Don't like Leff. Heinekin I'm tired of. I'm willing to give another a shot, but only if I can find it here! :-)

    Like light, not dark, beer.

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    Re: Lars Said: "Beer is Beer, regardless of what you drink it from"

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    Quote Originally Posted by AnneBoleyn View Post
    Suggest something I can buy in a local store in Brooklyn, NYC, & I'll give it a try. Don't like Leff. Heinekin I'm tired of. I'm willing to give another a shot, but only if I can find it here! :-)

    Like light, not dark, beer.
    Don't know what type of beer your local store carries.

    But, If you like Stella, I suspect you would like IPA. (India Pale Ale) See what they have in your store.
    Southern Tier Brewing Co in New York makes a good one.
    IPA (India Pale Ale) | Southern Tier Brewing Company | Lakewood, NY | BeerAdvocate
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