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Old 01-08-2013, 04:02 PM   #1861
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Worst I ever had was miller lite from a keg at a wedding.
eee gats horrible.

Normal miller lite carbonated like a sprite is retched stuff.

I am also NOT a fan of any bud product.

sam adams cran lambic makes my gag reflex come up even now.
Last wedding I was at they made one of the normal catering guys "bartend". He pumped the keg and pumped the keg and pumped the keg. I think he thought they more he pumped the better it would be.

Everything was pure foam.


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Old 01-08-2013, 04:29 PM   #1862
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Last wedding I was at they made one of the normal catering guys "bartend". He pumped the keg and pumped the keg and pumped the keg. I think he thought they more he pumped the better it would be.

Everything was pure foam.
Yikes, that's rough. It's situations like those that make me wish I carried my flask more often...


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Old 01-08-2013, 04:37 PM   #1863
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Sam Adams Bonfire Rauchbier got it two years ago in their fall seasonal package..

I about gagged.. I thought it had to be a joke. Who the heck would want a beer that tastes like your licking rainwater off a overly cooked side of ribs on a put out bonfire..? It tastes like my clothes smelt after a weekend in the woods (which is NOT good).

Maybe some like that kind of stuff.. IF You got some overly SWEET BBQ, I can see where in that ONE case it would be a drinkable beer.
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I like High Life too!!
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Old 01-08-2013, 06:58 PM   #1865
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I'd be seriously discomfited drinking beer brewed in a place called Placentia...
Uh oh, don't open the door to the placenta beer thread...
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Old 01-08-2013, 07:00 PM   #1866
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Enh, consider it part of your experience in branching out to different styles. I absolutely hated rauch bier the first time I tried one, and now I love the style. Sour beers, if I had tried one around that same time, would have met with a similar dislike. If you want, you could try going to a bar that specializes in off the wall beers (at least by most standards) and ask them if you can try several Flemish style ales or which ones they would recommend.

Or not, you could leave it and come back to it when, and if, you're ready to try again.
I'm on board for that, I'm still trying to learn to love single malt whisky one pricey bottle at a time...
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Old 01-08-2013, 07:05 PM   #1867
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Game Day. it was like $3 a 12pk at grocery outlet and tasted like they were bottling the sludge out of the floor drains. I took one sip, then forbid anyone else to drink it... can't believe they got away with selling that garbage water.
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Old 01-09-2013, 01:04 AM   #1868
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Apparently my tastes are not yet properly refined. The reviews were just raving for this one. I clearly didn't understand the style and I focused on the "Red Ale Aged in Oak Barrels" - and missed the significance of "Flanders Style".

I was prepared for tart, but not for the complexity that laid before me. Perhaps this is more of a FAIL tale on my part, but ewww.
I gotcha.. One day I was enjoying an amazing glass of Russian River Consecration, and thought to myself "I've got to let my wife try this.". She was actually genuinely upset she hated it that bad. She said it should be named "Constipation" lol.. Sour beers are not for the uninitiated, but when you like them they're REALLY good. Unlike any other beverage.
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Last wedding I was at they made one of the normal catering guys "bartend". He pumped the keg and pumped the keg and pumped the keg. I think he thought they more he pumped the better it would be.

Everything was pure foam.
That's bitch slap worthy.
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I'm on board for that, I'm still trying to learn to love single malt whisky one pricey bottle at a time...
Well if that's the crutch you must bear...


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