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Old 03-07-2013, 06:34 AM   #1811
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Not quite overheard but this is on the "bar"ch madness happening at a new bar in town. Gotta love Murphys stout beer.

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Old 03-07-2013, 07:09 AM   #1812
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I remember when I thought Killians Red was the **** and I had moved "beyond" Bud Ice... I try to keep that in mind when I hear my inner beer snob coming out.

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Old 03-07-2013, 11:07 AM   #1813
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Not quite overheard but this is on the "bar"ch madness happening at a new bar in town. Gotta love Murphys stout beer.
Or how about the Blue Moon Belgan beer
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Old 03-07-2013, 01:07 PM   #1814
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I was once at a bar drinking a Miller Genuine Draft, prior to my dive into real beer drinking. A guy came up to me and said, "drinking the diesel, eh? I can't handle that stuff."
reminds me at hockey one night, usually there's a case of Labbatt's in the locker room, half blue and half blue light. Someone on my team looked at me with a regular blue and said I don't know how you can drink that, it's too thick. Since I started brewing I swear I can taste the corn and rice now in commercial lagers.
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Old 03-07-2013, 01:18 PM   #1815
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Since I started brewing I swear I can taste the corn and rice now in commercial lagers.
Yep. I had a Yuengling the other day. My first thought was, "Wow. Corn".
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Old 03-07-2013, 01:40 PM   #1816
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Not quite overheard but this is on the "bar"ch madness happening at a new bar in town. Gotta love Murphys stout beer.
That's the least of the problems in that list.
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Old 03-07-2013, 05:31 PM   #1817
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That's the least of the problems in that list.
Yeah its a new place in the town I grew up in and the only bar in town as well. Its appropriately named "The Bar". I only went up there laste night because they were giving away Sam Adams Boston Lager pint glasses which the owner called "Sam Adams pilsner glasses".
I Definitely won't be participating in "bar"ch madness and probably won't be going there very often.
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Old 03-07-2013, 06:21 PM   #1818
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Yeah its a new place in the town I grew up in and the only bar in town as well. Its appropriately named "The Bar". I only went up there laste night because they were giving away Sam Adams Boston Lager pint glasses which the owner called "Sam Adams pilsner glasses".
I Definitely won't be participating in "bar"ch madness and probably won't be going there very often.
Hey, you can't pass up a free glass.
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I remember when I thought Killians Red was the **** and I had moved "beyond" Bud Ice... I try to keep that in mind when I hear my inner beer snob coming out.
Good point. I was a Coors Extra Gold guy for a while in college, many moons ago
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Not quite overheard but this is on the "bar"ch madness happening at a new bar in town. Gotta love Murphys stout beer.
The use of the word "beer" is funny, but seeing as how the list has all sorts of drinks on it, I can see why they included it. Otherwise, they would certainly be pouring beers out when someone even more clueless ordered a Blue Moon thinking they were getting a fruity blue drink.
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