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Old 07-23-2010, 11:39 PM   #1
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Default The adult version of the childhood classic suicide soda drink

I have some buddies coming over for a tasting tonight, and i just poured about a half pint of each of the four beers i have on tap into the same pitcher...(in order to make sure the beer is nice and clean when my buddies pour their first pint)...and not wanting to waste the concoction...i am drinking it...mmmm...beer.

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Old 07-23-2010, 11:45 PM   #2
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I have a couple of beers on tap that I blend fairly regularly.

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Old 07-23-2010, 11:46 PM   #3
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What does it taste like? and what are the 4 beers on tap?

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Old 07-24-2010, 12:29 AM   #4
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Hahaha I remember doing that as a kid. Run down the line and take a little from each fountain It's cool to see other parts of the country calling it the same name haha

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Hahaha I remember doing that as a kid. Run down the line and take a little from each fountain It's cool to see other parts of the country calling it the same name haha
It's interesting that it does have different names depending on where you are in the United States. Suicide is a popular name, but when I was a kid we called this a Graveyard.
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Blending beers is awesome.
You can make kick-ass concoctions by blending.

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I think I remember seeing a piece on TV one time about a bar somewhere that makes a specialty of blending beers...I think it was somewhere in the northwest (go figure...)

I personally like a black-and-tan-style layered pour of Magic Hat #9 and Guinness...

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Did this with a six year vertical of darklord recently.

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I think I remember seeing a piece on TV one time about a bar somewhere that makes a specialty of blending beers...I think it was somewhere in the northwest (go figure...)

I personally like a black-and-tan-style layered pour of Magic Hat #9 and Guinness...
There is a bar in Manchester, NH that has a bunch of blended beers. The above one would be "Black Magic".
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its great....instead of only having 4 beers, the possibilities are endless!

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