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Old 03-28-2007, 02:59 PM   #21
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You all disgust me and should be ashamed to call yourselves homebrewer's, that megaswill crap is.....well....crap.....although I did find myself drinking a Sapporo at the chinese joint the other day......



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Old 03-28-2007, 03:12 PM   #22
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Yeah-- never really understood the attraction of bagging on BMC. It's decent stuff for what it is. I won't bag on Pizza Hut pizza for the same reason. Not generally my favorite but then when I order it I'm not expecting a classicly trained chef to whip me up magic. *shrug*

BMC is what it is: inexpensive, consistent, easily acquired and reliable.



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Old 03-28-2007, 03:31 PM   #23
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Yeah-- never really understood the attraction of bagging on BMC. It's decent stuff for what it is. I won't bag on Pizza Hut pizza for the same reason. Not generally my favorite but then when I order it I'm not expecting a classicly trained chef to whip me up magic. *shrug*

BMC is what it is: inexpensive, consistent, easily acquired and reliable.
Obviously not EAC enough.... gonna have to work harder at that...
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Old 03-28-2007, 03:38 PM   #24
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Whenever I've read threads like this, I just shake my head and ask why can't these beer snobs leave people alone to drink what they like? I still feel that way, but last weekend I had my first Coors in probably 6 months. I didn't realize how bad it was. It wasn't all that long ago that it was the beer of choice for SWMBO and me. I offered her a sip and she said "Yuch, that tastes like fizzy water with a nasty aftertaste. We used to drink that? I guess we've just been spoiled by the beer you're brewing." I'll take that as a compliment.

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Obviously not EAC enough.... gonna have to work harder at that...
I'll pass. Gramps said, "Live and let live... unless the asshole is coming in your front door uninvited, then you can put a 12 gauge part in his goddam skull."
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LOL, nice!

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You all disgust me and should be ashamed to call yourselves homebrewer's, that megaswill crap is.....well....crap.....although I did find myself drinking a Sapporo at the chinese joint the other day......
My local sushi chef was ragging on me and my friend for ordering Saporo. Then he admitted that his favorite dinner is Budweiser and pizza from Uno's.
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Old 03-28-2007, 04:29 PM   #28
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My local sushi chef was ragging on me and my friend for ordering Saporo. Then he admitted that his favorite dinner is Budweiser and pizza from Uno's.
LOL, to each there own until you can change their mind. Bring him in one of your brews and change his mind forever!
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I always thought one of the best BMC-type beers was Killians on tap. I tried it in the bottle once and wasn't impressed. But if I'm in a bar that doesn't have anything that excites me on tap, that's what I'd probably order.

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Twas a time when you could go to Walgreens (when they still had a liquor department) and by a case of Schaefer Light for...$7.49.

I'll admit, I bought more than my fair share out of necessity.

Maybe it was knowing it was 30 cents-a-can that made it taste good.

That and the fact that I brought the stuff down to about 29 degrees before drinking.



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