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ooh, why no swears?
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Yes.  In a can.
Money is tighter than time for me atm, so 4x 500ml cans (drunk out of an old Theakstons glass) for £4, or 4x 500ml glass bottles for over £6?  Well for me it's a no-brainer.
I guess I am not that much of a beer-snob.
 
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my apologies. i'll ensure my posts are on a strictly formal basis from now on.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (1) Thanks(1)   Quote cash Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 26 Jan 2012 at 1:30pm
Originally posted by Dr_Heech Dr_Heech wrote:

I guess I am not that much of a beer-snob.

A tool for every chore, is what I always say. Plenty of room in my liquor cabinet for the bottom shelf hooch, too.
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Finished off this one not that long ago.

Makers Mark is my everyday drink. Very jealous about the bottle of Pappy you are sitting on.  Have thought about trying that 46. But just image that they poured a bunch of vanilla extract in the regular batch.  
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Been off the booze since New Year so currently drinking Honeybush tea. Organic of course...
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Originally posted by Maynard Friedman Maynard Friedman wrote:

Been off the booze since New Year so currently drinking Honeybush tea. Organic of course...

That tea always makes me think of a Bond Girl:
Mr. Bond, this is Miss Honey Bush...
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I'm slowly working on an 18 pk. of Guinness products (G. Stout, Harp, Smithwick's) I picked up at Costco....all brewed in Ireland! Normally they are brewed in Canada and just don't have the same taste. Beer
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I agree with Cash...I don't care much for "hoppy" beers. I always liked darker, heavier brews. I've been on a Belhaven kick lately...it's Guiness' Scottish cousin. Mighty tasty. I also like out local Shiner beer products. They had a "Smokehaus" brew a while back that had mesquite-smoked hops and it was awesome! If it's a day of yard work, though...I'll just grab some Lone Star light (cheap Texas barley water). Never was much for liquor, but I have been known to have some J.W. on the rocks with a splash of water hither and yonder...once in a while...off and on from time to time.
If it's covered in rust or dust...I dig it!
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