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Old 12-06-2012, 02:32 PM   #71
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I never call myself anything. People call me things, Iīve been called a range of things (beer related) from beer connoisseur to drunken idiot I donīt care too much for labels.


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Old 12-07-2012, 12:17 AM   #72
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I never call myself anything. People call me things, Iīve been called a range of things (beer related) from beer connoisseur to drunken idiot I donīt care too much for labels.
Exactly.


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Old 12-07-2012, 04:07 AM   #73
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Old 12-07-2012, 04:52 AM   #74
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I would call myself a beer geek, just like I call myself a gear geek (music stuff). I geek out over it because I have such a passion for it. BUT im also willing to try anything once, and Ill likely be drinking Coors Light tomorrow because i play in a country band and it comes with the territory. Again, like Anthony Bourdain says about chefs, you have to try every food once to really call yourself a chef.
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Old 12-07-2012, 01:05 PM   #75
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I never call myself anything. People call me things, Iīve been called a range of things (beer related) from beer connoisseur to drunken idiot I donīt care too much for labels.
But what if you stick the labels on with milk so they're easy to get off?
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Old 12-07-2012, 02:35 PM   #76
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But what if you stick the labels on with milk so they're easy to get off?
Yup but I donīt like the idea of walking with a drunken idiot sign glued with milk
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Imo, I'll give anyone my brews. Although I have to say it is much more satisfying to broaden the horizons and open a new world to the light lager junkies of the world than give a "connoisseur" something to criticize. I think most people that critique beer dont have any context. Comparing craft brews to micro brews to macro brews to mass produced chain breweries.

knowing a beer's source determines the resources at hand and the quality you should expect.
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Imo, I'll give anyone my brews. Although I have to say it is much more satisfying to broaden the horizons and open a new world to the light lager junkies of the world than give a "connoisseur" something to criticize. I think most people that critique beer dont have any context. Comparing craft brews to micro brews to macro brews to mass produced chain breweries.

knowing a beer's source determines the resources at hand and the quality you should expect.
Hence my abhorrence of Beer Advocate and the like


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