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Old 08-17-2012, 12:05 AM   #1
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Was at work, spirits lakewood, the other day and found this behind the counter.

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Thought it was funny and sad at the same time. Just felt like sharing.


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Old 08-17-2012, 12:38 AM   #2
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Northern Brewer sells hop extract in a little 5ml syringe. I rolled into an afternoon bar trivia game with it one Saturday. Challenged the locals to identify it. No clue. I whipped it out and put a few drops in my Miller High Life.

Everybody freaked.
Buddy #1 (truck driver) said “I’d never put that in my beer.”
I said, “It’s already in there.”
Buddy#2 (organic chemist) started laughing.

If hops weren’t so darn expensive, maybe they’d put them in BMC. It really helped.


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Old 08-17-2012, 12:48 AM   #3
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Northern Brewer sells hop extract in a little 5ml syringe. I rolled into an afternoon bar trivia game with it one Saturday. Challenged the locals to identify it. No clue. I whipped it out and put a few drops in my Miller High Life.

Everybody freaked.
Buddy #1 (truck driver) said “I’d never put that in my beer.”
I said, “It’s already in there.”
Buddy#2 (organic chemist) started laughing.

If hops weren’t so darn expensive, maybe they’d put them in BMC. It really helped.
^Nice move. How was hopped Miller High Life? And don't forget, Miller Lite is Triple Hopped to begin with?!?
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Old 08-17-2012, 01:41 AM   #4
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When I took a BJCP class, the very first beer was Miller 64. They were all good after that.

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1A Lite American Lager. . .
Hop flavor ranges from none to low levels.
- BJCP Style Guide
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