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Old 01-10-2010, 01:33 AM   #1
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I am deployed and am missing it. The SWMBO put some away for me but I wanted to know if anyone has had it and how it was. Thanks Y'all


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Old 01-10-2010, 06:26 AM   #2
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Hey JMG, I haven't had the holiday but I did have the 100 Commemorator and liked it alot - very malty, less than 20 ibu, very enjoyable.

Stay safe and cheers!


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Old 01-10-2010, 06:42 AM   #3
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Hey JMG, I haven't had the holiday but I did have the 100 Commemorator and liked it alot - very malty, less than 20 ibu, very enjoyable.

Stay safe and cheers!
I loved the 100 Commemorator, I was drinking that right before I left. I like that Shiner was 100 and Guinness was 250 the same year. My two go to beers in a bar.

Thanks, Let me know if you pick up the Holiday Shiner before I get back.
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The holiday shiner is . . . different. Its not bad. You get a bit of peaches in the aftertaste but I don't pick up the pecans at all.
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isn't it called Cheer?
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I don't care for my Holiday Shiner at all.

Wife knocked me across the left brow with her christmas steam shark. I guess she thought it inappropriate.


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