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Old 03-01-2009, 02:33 AM   #21
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So when you go to a restaurant or bar, what beer do all of you beer snobs order? Let's say when you go to Applebee's and they have the normal big 3's, Shocktop, Sam and Sam Seasonal. I usually grab either a Sam or Miller Lite. I'm not going to stick up my nose to a beer and remain sober $#@! that!

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Old 03-01-2009, 02:45 AM   #22
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So when you go to a restaurant or bar, what beer do all of you beer snobs order? Let's say when you go to Applebee's and they have the normal big 3's, Shocktop, Sam and Sam Seasonal. I usually grab either a Sam or Miller Lite. I'm not going to stick up my nose to a beer and remain sober $#@! that!
on the contrary, soda or water, whichever will go with the meal better.
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Old 03-01-2009, 02:51 AM   #23
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mmmmmm KTM 690.
I race a 09 200XC-W. On the street I ride an 07 Triumph Tiger 1050.
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Old 03-01-2009, 02:55 AM   #24
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So when you go to a restaurant or bar, what beer do all of you beer snobs order? Let's say when you go to Applebee's and they have the normal big 3's, Shocktop, Sam and Sam Seasonal. I usually grab either a Sam or Miller Lite. I'm not going to stick up my nose to a beer and remain sober $#@! that!
I must be a food snob too. I won't step foot in an Applebees. And I don't need beer all the time, so if I am at a place that has ****ty beer, I just don't drink.
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Old 03-01-2009, 03:24 AM   #25
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So when you go to a restaurant or bar, what beer do all of you beer snobs order? Let's say when you go to Applebee's and they have the normal big 3's, Shocktop, Sam and Sam Seasonal. I usually grab either a Sam or Miller Lite. I'm not going to stick up my nose to a beer and remain sober $#@! that!
I'm very blessed in my location that Stone IPA is on tap at a lot of places. If not though, Sierra Nevada or Fat Tire suits me just fine. Hell my favorite Taco Shop in town (hole in the wall grease-shack, delicious) only has Pacifico. I love a nice cold bottle of Pacifico with a greasy carnitas taco platter. Plus I can rinse out the gorgeous long-neck bottle and re-use it for my own brew.
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Old 03-01-2009, 03:28 AM   #26
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I'm very blessed in my location that Stone IPA is on tap at a lot of places. If not though, Sierra Nevada or Fat Tire suits me just fine. Hell my favorite Taco Shop in town (hole in the wall grease-shack, delicious) only has Pacifico. I love a nice cold bottle of Pacifico with a greasy carnitas taco platter. Plus I can rinse out the gorgeous long-neck bottle and re-use it for my own brew.
You're in San Diego. You should be drinking the best beer ever all the time.
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You're in San Diego. You should be drinking the best beer ever all the time.
That's so much pressure! Now I need another beer!
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Old 03-01-2009, 03:37 AM   #28
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That's so much pressure! Now I need another beer!
Where in SD are you? There's a looooot of great beer here.
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mmmmmm KTM 690.
I race a 09 200XC-W. On the street I ride an 07 Triumph Tiger 1050.
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almost complete... I was leaning towards the husky because it's more round the world worthy than the ktm. Read: more friendly at high and low speed, on pavement and off.
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