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 Post subject: Re: The Beer Thread
PostPosted: Fri Jan 14, 2011 7:52 pm 
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PostPosted: Wed Oct 05, 2011 10:32 am 
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There's no better better beer i tasted than the Newcastle and Telenn du :drool:


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Degreeds wrote:
There's no better better beer i tasted than the Newcastle and Telenn du :drool:


I am partial to Safari these days. Maybe because I miss Tanzania so much.

But beer is good in general.

Actually, erm, I bought Corona the other day. My friend was coming over, I said I'd buy us beer, and was specifically asked to buy Corona and lime. Don't think I've tasted that since I was 19. The lime is the only thing that makes it drinkable.

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Ahhh....... Beer....... Thanks for reminding me Ms Mine........ haven’t had one for........ mmm.. let me see.................. hours..

That will be rectified a little later..




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There was a new list of the best Belgian special beers in the newspaper.

Bush Amber (Dubuisson), Quintine Amber (Brasserie des Légendes), Saison Dupont (Brouwerij Dupont), Orval (Abdij Notre Dame d'Orval), Rochefort 8 (Abdij Notre Dame de Saint-Remy), Westvleteren 12 (Abdij Sint-Sixtus), Chouffe Dobbelen IPA tripel (Brouwerij Achouffe), Duvel (Duvel Moortgat), La Chouffe (Achouffe), Moinette Biologique (Dupont), Moinette Blond (Dupont), Gouden Carolus Classic (Het Anker), Mc Chouffe (Achouffe), Moinette Bruin (Dupont), Sint-Bernardus Prior 8 (Brouwerij Sint-Bernardus), Cantillon Gueuze 100% Lambic Bio (Brouwerij Cantillon), Bush de Nuits Cuvée Spéciale 2010 (Brouwerij Dubuisson), Malheur Bière Brut (Brouwerij Malheur).

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Wow

almost too good. :ninja:

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It might please the Heineken haters that I just wrote a blog post about how Heineken is financing militias in Congo.

And I've had plenty of shares and readers, so I am rather pleased.

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Interesting. I can't read Norwegian so I googled the situation. Complicated, as usual, no?

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Vote for le fort et fruité & my son Jarrett wins free beer for everyone! ( I think that's how it works :clap: :beer: ) http://www.beermonthclub.com/beer-naming-contests/

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The new Duvel Triple Hop is available...

It's tasty, loads of citrus...
Still, I'm somewhat disappointed, it's a bit of the same, little surprise...

My advise, save your money and get a standard Duvel...

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Good to know! Thanks for the advice, Jan.

Haven't had Duvel in awhile, so it's high time for me to go out and purchase a pack of the standard stuff. :beer:

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The point of hoppy Duval eludes me any way, Plenty of great hoppy beers out there. Duvel should just do Duvel, man. :beer:

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