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Well I can't see it doing too well in Muslin countries........ :lol:
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You have a point there John! :lol:
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Not a beer drinker, but it would probably sell well.
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Not a beer drinker here, but I would be tempted to try it too!
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I don't think so. I want my beer to taste like beer and my food to taste like food. I often drink beer and eat peanuts together, but I don't mix 'em before hand. Though I have known people who do... I don't hang around with them any more.
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I'd try it if somebody else bought it, but wouldn't want to buy a six pack and get stuck with it if I didn't like it. Not a fan of flavored beers in general, and we have such a fantastic variety of fine microbrews around here that I prefer one of those to any flavored beer.
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gamekeeper wrote:
Wed Nov 18, 2020 8:11 am
Well I can't see it doing too well in Muslin countries........ :lol:
Well now, may be could do an updated version of Operation Ranch Hand.
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i like coors light, landshark lager, bud light, budweiser in that order. I hate ipa beer or beer with strong hops flavor.
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jeepnik wrote:
Wed Nov 18, 2020 4:39 pm
gamekeeper wrote:
Wed Nov 18, 2020 8:11 am
Well I can't see it doing too well in Muslin countries........ :lol:
Well now, may be could do an updated version of Operation Ranch Hand.
That would be a better use for it, it doesn't sound drinkable to me...... :lol:
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A bunch of us were mobbed together at a trade conference to net free c.e.h. points required for our state certifications/licenses. We wound up at a celebrated tourist trap type feeding trough that was a bit too swanky/pretentious for my tastes even though they called it a barbecue joint.

At ordering time, a co-worker who is really quite the dolt but puts on sophisticated airs when there is an audience developed a far off look in his eyes and told the serving wench, "I want an IPA that is a bit smoky with a undertones of chocolate and a hint of vanilla but absolutely no cinnamon, nutmeg, allspice or cloves !"

The lady wrote something down and turned to me......"I want a bottle of something that tastes like a beer.".....everybody else at the table concurred and she said with emphasis and a leering slant at our knuckleheaded buddy....."and four michelob ultras !"
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:lol: Good for her!
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Well I will confess to liking my IPAs and my ales, but agree the hops can be taken to the point of medicinal bitterness.
A favorite here in NM is the "Elevated IPA" from La Cumbre Brewing in ABQ:

https://www.lacumbrebrewing.com/#beer
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I like beers with some body, but not too dark, or too hoppy. I hate light beers, as they're too watered down for me.
I grew up in a German household where my dad and my uncle made their own beer. We grew up drinking beer with our dinner from as far back as I can remember. It was just a small glass when we were young, and by high school a full 8 oz. glass. We never thought anything much about it until friends came over for dinner and were shocked that we drank beer!
Of course my friends were disappointed when they didn't get a glass of beer with dinner. My dad told them they'd need their father to call him and say it was OK. Nobody ever called to do so.
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Different cultures have different ways.
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Historically, I don't really care for flavored beer. I dislike most IPAs because there is a current fad to brew them bitter and hoppy. Might as well suck on a piece of an old tire.

That said, I favor a flavorful red ale. I don't mind a decent light, and I like dark beers, dunkels, and stouts.

I generally don't care for lagers, but recently I encountered one that I find quite palatable. A Texas brewed lager from a brewery down in Fredricksburg. "Amstadt" brand, I believe.

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