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Old 08-17-2007, 11:57 PM   #1
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Default Great article on the "Dark Side" of Light Beer

I found this and was LMAO.


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I didn't know Fred ten years ago, but I suspect if he wrote a similar article today, he might be a little harsher. At 70 (then) or 80 (today), there just isn't any point in drink lite beer. Actually, at 55, I feel the same way. If you ever have a chance to try Hair of the Dog's namesake beer, Fred, you'll understand.
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