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Old 02-14-2011, 04:31 AM   #471
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Kum on you are messing with us??? I wish National Lampoon was still in production, they would have printed that for sure.
No, unfortunately the Kum & Go Store is real: http://www.kumandgo.com/

Now to register my vote for most disgusting beer, and I have had several, it would have to be a case of Rhinelander I got in college about 25 years ago.

A case of long neck returnables was $3.99, and I actually took 18 back and dared the poor guy running the counter to drink one. He declined, and traded me even for a case of Sterling.
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Old 02-14-2011, 04:51 AM   #472
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Purple haze, just can't stand it.
Oh yeah, Purple Haze is puketacular.
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Old 02-14-2011, 05:57 AM   #473
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I've always liked Dixie (regular and Voodoo!) and Lonestar. Maybe it's the redneck in me. Worst beer has to be Landshark. Even ice cold it makes me want to quit drinking entirely. Expensive too! Worst memory was the sip of Schlitz in a tallboy can taken without permission from the family fridge when I was a lad. One sip and I threw the can out. Could have soured me forever on beer, thank goodness it didn't!

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Old 02-14-2011, 06:02 AM   #474
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This part of the world - KingFisher Premium.

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Old 02-14-2011, 04:55 PM   #475
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Here's the picture, it's HOT, jungle hot, and you just got done working 8 hours in it. You get to your vehicle and a co-worker offers you a beer out of a small cooler from the trunk of his car. Like I said it's HOT so the ice in the cooler is gone and the beer is approaching "cool" at best. It's Milwakee's Best, bad at 32 so you can get where this story is going. My vote is the "Beast". Beers from the past that come to mind, Gunther, Old Bohemian, and Fort Schyler. Mid 70's, less than a buck a sixer and awful. You could drink legally at 18 then, so what did we know?

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Old 02-14-2011, 05:07 PM   #476
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Drewry's. I drank it in college because it was about $7 a case if you returned the bottles. It was foul. I remember sediment in the bottom of the bottles. Not yeast, something gritty. Bleah.

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Drewry's. I drank it in college because it was about $7 a case if you returned the bottles. It was foul. I remember sediment in the bottom of the bottles. Not yeast, something gritty. Bleah.
But it's "brewed with sparkling pure water"
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Old 02-14-2011, 06:16 PM   #478
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Milwaukee's Best Light. The Beast. I drank tons of this stuff and it always made me puke. I found out it wasn't because I couldn't hold it. Just switching to Bud Light stopped the puking.

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Old 02-14-2011, 08:28 PM   #479
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or as we called it Meister Chow.

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Old 02-15-2011, 04:13 AM   #480
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Schlitz, Milwaukees best, and hands down the worst s*** I ever drank with the worst hangover is STEEL RESERVE. The berry beers all suck too, Leinies etc...

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