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Old 06-15-2008, 10:36 AM   #1
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Default Wrecked Pallet

It has happened I have completely wrecked my pallet with Homebrew and good micros. I would say refined rather than wreck but my son and BIL are already calling me a beer snob.

The problem is that I can't stand the way most commercial beers taste anymore. I would say that it is not a problem however there are certain places that you should take cans this time of year. Like the beach, pools, springs, or lakes.

At this point I might as well be buying Beast, if the beer is going to taste like a$$ they might as well be cheap.

I am going to try and find cans of Newcastle today (pool trip) and see how that goes.

Any suggestions?

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Old 06-15-2008, 11:58 AM   #2
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same problem here, just cant stand buttwiper anymore. keg your beer and bring a plastic cup. Ya a cornie holds too much to carry around. I'm currently looking for an old H2O fire extinguisher to convert just for the lake and other such outings.

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Old 06-15-2008, 12:32 PM   #3
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Dales Pale Ale, Chub, Steam Works Lager, Guinness, Boddingtons, Murphey's are all fine canned brewed, suitable for pool side libations.

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Old 06-15-2008, 12:52 PM   #4
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When you said "wrecked pallet" I thought I was gonna be reading about a pallet of grain involved in a car accident.

Either way, I found that I've come full circle and can really appreciate A.L.L. for what it is. I had one on tap at a wings joint the other day and it was nice. I say, go with PBR if you need cans. Hot poolside lounging requires a nice "lawnmower" beer and I don't know of many non-ALL's that are in cans. It's usually those and then guinness, et al. Maybe if you can hunt down Dale's Pale...but yikes, Old Chub is anything but a summertime refresher.

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Old 06-15-2008, 01:01 PM   #5
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If it wasn't for spell check I would misspell probably half of the words.

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If you have a keg set up you could try bottling in plastic soda bottles. they can hold the pressure.

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If it wasn't for spell check I would misspell probably half of the words.
I hear you - problem is, it is a limited tool. You may have meant "palate."

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At this point I might as well be buying Beast, if the beer is going to taste like a$$ they might as well be cheap.

BTW Guys... Happy Fathers Day!!!
My sentiments exactly. I buy some of the suggestions made by EdWort but most of those on the list cost $3 a can where I am. If I have to take cans of crap, I'll take cans of cheap crap and take it for what it is. On the other hand, I prefer to fill up some soda PET bottles with HB to take along instead. One 2 litre bottle is equal to a regular six pack.

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I hear you - problem is, it is a limited tool. You may have meant "palate."

That is the one!
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