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Old 12-12-2012, 03:22 AM   #31
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Cant stand them!

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Old 12-12-2012, 03:24 AM   #32
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I Prefer free beer. Always.
I'd rather buy a good beer over a free one from coors, bud, or miller any day! Just saying.
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Old 12-12-2012, 03:26 AM   #33
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Am I the only one? Crazy? Or is there anyone else out there.
Is there anybody out there... Yes! I like a lot of beers and hey, I can be pretty open minded when in a pinch, but uber IPA's don't do much for me. Try Deschutes Chain Breaker white IPA
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Sonofgrok, I'll be in ABQ tomorrow. I'll take those other 22 IPA's off your hands.

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Is there anybody out there... Yes! I like a lot of beers and hey, I can be pretty open minded when in a pinch, but uber IPA's don't do much for me. Try Deschutes Chain Breaker white IPA
Chain Breaker is excellent!!
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I'd rather buy a good beer over a free one from coors, bud, or miller any day! Just saying.
I couldn't agree more.
Last weekend a buddy invited me over for a few beers.
I always bring beer ( store bought ) when I go over there because I want to drink good beer.
Last Friday he said not to bring beer because he's got it covered.
I don't want to offended him but I can't drink his Busch beer so I brought a couple six packs of real beer and left it in the truck while found out what he had.
It turned out he had drinkable beer so I got to bring mine home, but I made sure I had insurance because free crappy beer is still crappy beer.
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Old 12-12-2012, 03:50 AM   #37
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I couldn't agree more.
Last weekend a buddy invited me over for a few beers.
I always bring beer ( store bought ) when I go over there because I want to drink good beer.
Last Friday he said not to bring beer because he's got it covered.
I don't want to offended him but I can't drink his Busch beer so I brought a couple six packs of real beer and left it in the truck while found out what he had.
It turned out he had drinkable beer so I got to bring mine home, but I made sure I had insurance because free crappy beer is still crappy beer.
Sounds like a good reason to have a 1 gallon ball lock keg (or three as I do) and portable CO2 setup.

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Sounds like a good reason to have a 1 gallon ball lock keg (or three as I do) and portable CO2 setup.
I have a bar at my home.
I can have between one and five kegs on tap at a time, plus the Scotch I like.
To top it off, I don't have to drive when I drink at my bar so I don't bring kegs to other people's houses.

They want good homebrew, they come to my house!
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I have a bar at my home.
I can have between one and five kegs on tap at a time, plus the Scotch I like.
To top it off, I don't have to drive when I drink at my bar so I don't bring kegs to other people's houses.

They want good homebrew, they come to my house!
I'll be bringing one over to my sister/mother's place xmas eve... That way I'll have great brew to drink. Not to mention I spend the night over there on xmas eve, so that I don't need to drive early in the morning to get over there. I might even bring some of my old ale and wee heavy (recently kegged, carbonating in the basement) to enjoy. Not sure if those will be in tiny keg or bottles. If nothing else, I'll be bringing my English IPA with me, since everyone there likes it.
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I'll be bringing one over to my sister/mother's place xmas eve... That way I'll have great brew to drink. Not to mention I spend the night over there on xmas eve, so that I don't need to drive early in the morning to get over there. I might even bring some of my old ale and wee heavy (recently kegged, carbonating in the basement) to enjoy. Not sure if those will be in tiny keg or bottles. If nothing else, I'll be bringing my English IPA with me, since everyone there likes it.
I make exceptions like that also.
My folks for example aren't going to want me to bring beer to sit around and drink every weekend or whenever they break out the grill.
I made pumpkin ale for that very reason this year that I hope everyone likes a lot. I don't plan on drinking a lot of it myself after Christmas.
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