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Old 05-11-2005, 01:52 AM   #1
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Beer is bad, especially home made stuff.
Unless you drink it very fast, then it'* great!
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Old 05-11-2005, 01:58 AM   #2
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Honestly I never liked the taste of beer. I turned 21 couple of months ago and I liked the wine ALOT when I first had it with a steak, but that was because I was starving. It was harder to drink as I got full. :P I cant stand the taste of watered down beer. Id rather put up with the bitterness of a real beer than say a Miller Lite. Ech! America is great for many things but beer is not one of them, im sorry!
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Ive yet to figure this one out. Homebade brew is cool
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Honestly I never liked the taste of beer. I turned 21 couple of months ago and I liked the wine ALOT when I first had it with a steak, but that was because I was starving. It was harder to drink as I got full. :P I cant stand the taste of watered down beer. Id rather put up with the bitterness of a real beer than say a Miller Lite. Ech! America is great for many things but beer is not one of them, im sorry!
Go up to chippewa falls wisconsin to the Leinenkugal'* brewery. Some of the best stuff on earth.
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Honestly I never liked the taste of beer. I turned 21 couple of months ago and I liked the wine ALOT when I first had it with a steak, but that was because I was starving. It was harder to drink as I got full. :P I cant stand the taste of watered down beer. Id rather put up with the bitterness of a real beer than say a Miller Lite. Ech! America is great for many things but beer is not one of them, im sorry!
ill agree that it is an acquired taste... it takes a while...

i still find it hard to eat and drink beer...
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mmm Molson Canadian Premium Lager, does the job.
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truw dat homie

I don't havce holme brew though

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Honestly I never liked the taste of beer. I turned 21 couple of months ago and I liked the wine ALOT when I first had it with a steak, but that was because I was starving. It was harder to drink as I got full. :P I cant stand the taste of watered down beer. Id rather put up with the bitterness of a real beer than say a Miller Lite. Ech! America is great for many things but beer is not one of them, im sorry!
ill agree that it is an acquired taste... it takes a while...

i still find it hard to eat and drink beer...

Beer goes great with anything fresh off of the charcoal grill.

Steak,ribs,burgers,Q'd shrimp.............possibilities are endless.
Just don't eat at Willwren'*,you just might end up with a Bo special..............Q'd Possum"
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