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Old 01-29-2013, 03:56 AM   #1441
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Stupid brewery! Obviously, it should have been labeled a "chocolate white stout," not "white chocolate stout."

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Old 01-29-2013, 04:42 PM   #1442
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But wait... Why isn't my blue moon blue? They must've poured me the wrong beer.

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Old 01-29-2013, 04:43 PM   #1443
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Please ignore the fact that blue moon is almost always the wrong beer.

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Old 01-29-2013, 05:03 PM   #1444
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A few lessons learned in my college days: Buy 2 bladder flasks and secure them to the inside of your legs. It was the only sure fire way to get into a college stadium with hooch. Also, NEVER load a CamelBack with beer. You will never get the smell or taste out no matter how many times you wash it out.

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Old 01-29-2013, 05:33 PM   #1445
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I had some people over last weekend and offered one of my guests a home brew. I said I had a belgian quad, a porter, a milk stout, an Irish red ale, and a cream ale. She said, "something yellow colored and not too ale-y". Not knowing what "ale-y" tastes like I gave her the cream ale and she seemed to like it.

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I had some people over last weekend and offered one of my guests a home brew. I said I had a belgian quad, a porter, a milk stout, an Irish red ale, and a cream ale. She said, "something yellow colored and not too ale-y". Not knowing what "ale-y" tastes like I gave her the cream ale and she seemed to like it.
She probably normally drinks lagers, so at least she distinguished ale from lager...
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Old 01-29-2013, 07:50 PM   #1447
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A few lessons learned in my college days: Buy 2 bladder flasks and secure them to the inside of your legs. It was the only sure fire way to get into a college stadium with hooch. Also, NEVER load a CamelBack with beer. You will never get the smell or taste out no matter how many times you wash it out.
I've always wanted to try the camel back idea. Now I know not to ha
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Old 01-29-2013, 08:41 PM   #1448
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A few lessons learned in my college days: Buy 2 bladder flasks and secure them to the inside of your legs. It was the only sure fire way to get into a college stadium with hooch. Also, NEVER load a CamelBack with beer. You will never get the smell or taste out no matter how many times you wash it out.
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I had some people over last weekend and offered one of my guests a home brew. I said I had a belgian quad, a porter, a milk stout, an Irish red ale, and a cream ale. She said, "something yellow colored and not too ale-y". Not knowing what "ale-y" tastes like I gave her the cream ale and she seemed to like it.
I'd say "ale-y" is all the flavors that we associate with ales that are not associated with most lagers. So, big malt character and/or heavy use of hops, lots of yeast character, thick mouthfeel.
Cream ale is probably one of the best bets for an american lager drinker, so it sounds like you rather understood it too
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I'm a PTA in our local hospital. The nurses had one of my patient's foley catheter bag(urine bag) in a tub of ice for some testing procedure today. They wanted it left in the tub while we walked. When she saw the 1/2 full bag of pale urine on ice she said "Coors!"

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