Old 02-17-2011, 02:01 PM   #76
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Mmmmmm....
Yes, that looks delicious.
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I tend to drink other things when chasing beaver... Hopefully we're not talking about the four legged kind anymore...!
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Mmmmmm....

No, no, no. He mean's like this:



The finest beer any college student has ever had.

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I'm thinking the beer is the only thing that is "natural" in that ad.
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Old 02-17-2011, 03:33 PM   #80
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I'm thinking the beer is the only thing that is "natural" in that ad.

I don't know if I'd give the beer that much credit.

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Old 02-17-2011, 03:45 PM   #81
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Actually, I'm pretty sure he was talking about this beer!


"The pale stale ale with the head on the bottom!"

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No, no, no. He mean's like this:



The finest beer any college student has ever had.

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Eww God, Natty Ice, the gut-rot..


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Actually, I'm pretty sure he was talking about this beer!


"The pale stale ale with the head on the bottom!"

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Actually I had like Fat Tire, Guinness, New Castle, etc in mind. LOL

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Eww God, Natty Ice, the gut-rot..




Actually I had like Fat Tire, Guinness, New Castle, etc in mind. LOL
New Castle rocks with pizza!
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Did someone say Moosehead?


Can you still get Moosehead?
Yes you can In Québec, anyway.
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Darn, that is a bit of a drive for me.
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Darn, that is a bit of a drive for me.
Tell ya what, I'll dip an envelop in moosehead and put the label sticker inside and mail it to ya express.
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New Castle rocks with pizza!
New Castle is goes good with just about anything.
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Yes you can In Québec, anyway.
Hey, I found some Moosehead at my local liquor monger and got a 6' er.

That is the first one of those I have had in at least 20 years and somehow they once tasted better.

Or, like most everything else in life, I have tasted better since.

So since I have five more to drink, I think I will get on that immediately and then start doing some leveling of photos for submission at a later date.
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Hey, I found some Moosehead at my local liquor monger and got a 6' er.

That is the first one of those I have had in at least 20 years and somehow they once tasted better.

Or, like most everything else in life, I have tasted better since.

So since I have five more to drink, I think I will get on that immediately and then start doing some leveling of photos for submission at a later date.
Even though Moosehead is a pretty mainstream beer, I'm suprised you can get it in CA. That's very cool actually!

Do they actually sell it in the "Imported Beer" section?

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Even though Moosehead is a pretty mainstream beer, I'm suprised you can get it in CA. That's very cool actually!

Do they actually sell it in the "Imported Beer" section?

Right next to the Becks usually. Or Bevmo ftw!

Guiness, Harp, Bass, Newcastle and Belhaven are a few that are good. If you like ciders, Magners is probably the best. Personally, I prefer Red Breast, Green Spot or Blue Label but that's me.

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Strongbow is one of the better/best ciders out there, IMHO.
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If you like ciders, Magners is probably the best.
Woodpecker and Strongbow are good choices.

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I like Kilkenney. It's made by the Guinness Harp guys and tastes fab. Not that I don't like Guinness, and far from it, but Kilkenny is totally rad.
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Even though Moosehead is a pretty mainstream beer, I'm suprised you can get it in CA. That's very cool actually!

Do they actually sell it in the "Imported Beer" section?

Reminds we of when I was working on a TV movie up in Vancouver, maybe ten or fifteen years ago, and the woman bringing us "subs" (snacks) jokingly called me a foreigner. I protested... "I'm not a foreigner, I'm American." The entire group of Canadians around me all started cracking up.
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It's called Moosepiss, and it tastes great when served ice cold in a frosted mug, but not so great when not so cold.
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Strongbow is one of the better/best ciders out there, IMHO.
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It's called Moosepiss, and it tastes great when served ice cold in a frosted mug, but not so great when not so cold.
Don't forget Moose Drool.

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The next time I'm in the mood for cider I'll have to find some Strongbow. Might even pick some up when I go get another bottle of Johnny Walker.
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The next time I'm in the mood for cider I'll have to find some Strongbow. Might even pick some up when I go get another bottle of Johnny Walker.
Get something good like McCallan or Oban!

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I have a bottle of McCallan right now, it's the Blue label I'm almost out of.
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Add Yuengling Porter to my list of good beers. It is delicious.
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