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Old 08-02-2012, 05:15 PM   #21
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It is always a ho garden


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Old 08-02-2012, 05:23 PM   #22
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Idk, I wasn't a big fan but I did like it better than blue moon which is over rated imho. Liked Leffe Blonde though.


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Old 08-02-2012, 05:32 PM   #23
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Only when it's pronounced Ho-garden
This. Try saying it Who-garden.
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Old 08-02-2012, 05:34 PM   #24
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Well... that totally just shattered my vision of early 20-something women frollicking around a Victorian fountain. Shame, it was a really NICE vision...
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I didn't think much of Hoegaarden... it's alright, drinkable enough, but not particularly interesting.
Blue Moon is a tasty beverage that I can drink alot of and enjoy, and Shock Top is even better in my book.
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Well... that totally just shattered my vision of early 20-something women frollicking around a Victorian fountain. Shame, it was a really NICE vision...
Just say it with an irish accent. It'll still be like you're saying "Ho"...
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There was a time a couple years back where the six-pack carrier had a pull out handle (kind of like in a popup book) that when pulled revealed "WHO-GAR-DEN" under the handle.
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There was a time a couple years back where the six-pack carrier had a pull out handle (kind of like in a popup book) that when pulled revealed "WHO-GAR-DEN" under the handle.
This.

"Who" "garden"

It's pretty good, every time. I do enjoy wits, though... have to say I prefer Celis White, Blanche du Bruxelles (Mannekin Pis), and for a funky twist and personal favorite, Jolly Pumpkin Calabaza Blanca.

Although, the Blanche cans are always the best deal.
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I like hoegaarden mainly for the true belgian yeast profile that you can taste over bluemoon and shocktop.. I think bluemoon and shocktop are fermemted with a clean yeast! anyone know?
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I like hoegaarden mainly for the true belgian yeast profile that you can taste over bluemoon and shocktop.. I think bluemoon and shocktop are fermemted with a clean yeast! anyone know?
Yep, US-05 is recommended yeast to clone BM, via a brewer that worked for MC back when they released the beer.


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