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Old 04-28-2011, 11:58 PM   #31
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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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Old 05-01-2011, 10:01 PM   #32
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I just tried the President's Choice Red Brew.

How was it? Lemme put it this way... I had about 5, and the SWMBO asked me if I could get something from the grocery store, and I told her I had too much beer. Not only did I enjoy it, I forgot it was NA. The swelling from where she hit me is subsiding as well

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Old 05-01-2011, 10:05 PM   #33
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Vuarra, Presiden't choice is a Canadian only brand, right? I just read about it online, it sounds pretty decent. So is it like a red ale?

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presidents choice is the sams club(walmart) store brand.

edit- nope. members mark is what i was thinking of. i still recall seeing presidents choice cookies there, but that's probably not related.

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here's what people had to say about it on ratebeer.

http://www.ratebeer.com/beer/preside...ed-brew/24163/

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I though PC was also a brand for Kroger's in the states.

But all N/a beers are going to score low on beer geek sites. So it's really hard to get a handle.

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@Revvy: Yeah, it's a Canadian beer, easily found in Fortino's, Loblaw's, and the like. Sounds like a great reason to make a day trip to Sarnia

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