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Old 03-31-2011, 10:49 PM   #21
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This is actually great tasting for a na beer. It tastes like a ckassic malty vienna lager. Wow.

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Hmm, I've had Clausthaler, but I don't think it was the amber. I might actually give that a try.

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Hmm, I've had Clausthaler, but I don't think it was the amber. I might actually give that a try.
I just found another beers store with an awesome craft beer selection, and they had a bunch of N/A beers I've never seen anywhere else and that was one of them. This could be a fun exploration of a new "style" to tide me over until I can drink again.
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My girlfriend hasn't drank in over two years, and says that Kaliber is her favorite. I'll occasionally take a sip or two of one of her NA beers, and i found Kaliber to be the most appealing, for what its worth

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I agree with everyone that said Kalibre. Whenever its my turn to DD thats what I drink.

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I agree with everyone that said Kalibre. Whenever its my turn to DD thats what I drink.
This is an interesting first post. Particularly since you joined nearly a year ago.
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I guess I'm not sure why that is such and interesting post, but oh well. I am more of a reader than a talker.

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It's just always interesting to see what thread or post draws someone out of lurkdom, and why. Welcome to posting.

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I've found so many great tips on here and including a bunch from you REvvy, that I finally figured I would give some feedback on something I knew a little about. I used to drink o'douls amber before I found Kalibre. I have also tried Busch Na and Clausthaler, didn't really care for either. Sharps is nasty, as is O'douls regular. Especially since most bars don't go through it fast enough that almost every bottle is skunky(thank you green bottles. Thanks again for all the tips.

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