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  • Leftseat86
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    I retract my statement...Hoegaarden is only amazing when you're already drunk.


    I'ma hit a pub tonight and try some different beers.

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  • BA747-436
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    Duvel is dam good. Gota hand it to Belgian's they know how to make a good beer

    Clovis you might also like to try Hoegaarden Speciale 5.7%. A very full flavour. Also Maes Pils - If you like a good Pilsner this is crisp and clean, but needs to be served ice cold.

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    Originally posted by BA747-436
    Hmm rating the "ho" pretty highly there

    mine:

    1-Carib w/lime
    2-Leffe
    3-Jupiler


    Especially since there are a lot better Belgian beers than Hoegaarden. But since it's the most commonly available Belgian beer available in many areas of the US, it's pretty much the most known. Personally, Duvel is 100 times better than the "Ho". I've been quite happy since the 6% beer law was tossed here in Georgia. I've found that many beers once you get past around 10-11% just seem too alcoholic tasting, 7-9% is the percentage that I seem to prefer as that's the average % of most Belgian ales.

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  • BA747-436
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    Hmm rating the "ho" pretty highly there

    mine:

    1-Carib w/lime
    2-Leffe
    3-Jupiler

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  • Leftseat86
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    Originally posted by BA747-436
    Redstripe has nothing on Carib

    But only if its Carib and Lime!!!

    My top three beers as of today:

    1.Guinness Draught
    2.Hoegaarden
    3.Carib w/lime

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  • BA747-436
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    Redstripe has nothing on Carib

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    Originally posted by Leftseat86
    I've seen and had Red Stripe before...very good.

    I used to like Red Stripe, and the last one I had was brewed for the Jamaican market and tasted about as bad a Budweiser. Of course, I'm more of an ale drink anyway, with the only lager I really like is Sam Adams Boston Lager.

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  • Leftseat86
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    Originally posted by BA747-436
    One? Man that used to be a weekly event with those no-brainers lol

    Btw Redstripe is the standard student drink here lol

    Niiice...

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  • BA747-436
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    Originally posted by Leftseat86
    I wonder why we never gave you a 24hr ban when one of your drunken co-workers used your account to spam the forum...
    One? Man that used to be a weekly event with those no-brainers lol

    Btw Redstripe is the standard student drink here lol

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  • Leftseat86
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    Originally posted by kaddyuk
    Such a waste clovis...

    Oh, he wont be able to reply till 2morrow evening everyone...

    I wonder why we never gave you a 24hr ban when one of your drunken co-workers used your account to spam the forum...

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  • Leftseat86
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    Originally posted by srbmod
    Drunk talk, sweet drunk talk.

    The first two suck, and the third one is actually called Fat Tire Ale. It's a really good amber ale made in Colorado by the New Belgium Brewing Company. I got hooked on them in Vegas last April.

    I made a new beer discovery last weekend, Smithwick's Irish Ale. Nice and smooth, it reminds me in a way of Fat Tire Ale.

    Now Clovis, if you going to drink a high gravity beer, go for a good Belgium ale (Duvel is highly recommended), one of the brews brewed by Unibroue, or something from Ommegange. Or if you really want to go crazy go nuts, find someone that can get a hold to Guinness Foreign Export Stout, brewed in Jamaica by the folks that brew Red Stripe and Dragon Stout (Another I recommend). Little bottle (10oz IIRC) that packs a punch (7.5%). It's very hard to find here in the US (although I'm sure some Caribbean stores may carry it.), I've got a hook up of my own that gets me a bottle or two every few months when he goes home to Jamaica.
    I've seen and had Red Stripe before...very good.

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    Originally posted by Leftseat86
    I can name three:

    Rolling Rock Lager

    Michelob Amber Bok

    Flat Tire Ale

    Drunk talk, sweet drunk talk.

    The first two suck, and the third one is actually called Fat Tire Ale. It's a really good amber ale made in Colorado by the New Belgium Brewing Company. I got hooked on them in Vegas last April.

    I made a new beer discovery last weekend, Smithwick's Irish Ale. Nice and smooth, it reminds me in a way of Fat Tire Ale.

    Now Clovis, if you going to drink a high gravity beer, go for a good Belgium ale (Duvel is highly recommended), one of the brews brewed by Unibroue, or something from Ommegange. Or if you really want to go crazy go nuts, find someone that can get a hold to Guinness Foreign Export Stout, brewed in Jamaica by the folks that brew Red Stripe and Dragon Stout (Another I recommend). Little bottle (10oz IIRC) that packs a punch (7.5%). It's very hard to find here in the US (although I'm sure some Caribbean stores may carry it.), I've got a hook up of my own that gets me a bottle or two every few months when he goes home to Jamaica.

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  • BA747-436
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    Hahahaha Clovis make funny when drunken



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  • Leftseat86
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    Originally posted by kaddyuk
    For everytime clovis appears drunk on the forums, he gets a 24hr ban

    I've told stevo as well hahaha...!

    Your mom gets a 24 hour ban....OH SNAPPPP!!!!!!111

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  • screaming_emu
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    Originally posted by kaddyuk
    For everytime clovis appears drunk on the forums, he gets a 24hr ban

    I've told stevo as well hahaha...!
    so what you're sayin is he's never coming back?

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