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Old 3rd October 2002, 02:00 AM   #21
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Guinness, or Murphy's?
Murphy's.
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Old 3rd October 2002, 02:11 AM   #22
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Paulaner till brain gets even softer (you know the bubbles that make everything easier!?)

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Old 3rd October 2002, 03:42 AM   #23
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Default Some thing most of us can agree on......finally!

Murphy's, yes. But Guinness isn't bad, unless you mean that swill in the cans. Dreadful.

The Imperial stout is too winey for me, but I can see where Grey would enjoy it. The Nut Brown and Porter are also very good.

As for Paulaner:

Salvator, or forget it. Even DiceMan is with me on that one. The hefe-weissen is not bad, just not my type of brew.

Wow....7 posts in a row without any bad blood or feuding. A record for this week.

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Old 3rd October 2002, 03:57 AM   #24
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Thumbs up From a bottle or the tap

Or I don't drink it. Bottled seems best to me.

I used to enjoy trying everything I could.

Guiness from a bottle, Pauli Girl Dark ( or Beck's) I always come back to. I notice they also taste the same over there as they do here.

I started cutting back to loose weight - Then I noticed I feel better and sleep better when I don't drink anything -

However, I can't imagine pizza without beer, or a day on the lake either, for that matter

Let's keep pushing that record on up

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Old 3rd October 2002, 04:22 AM   #25
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Hey guys. So far HH has been visiting from a 172.xxx.xxx.xxx IP. BC's starts with 206.

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Old 3rd October 2002, 07:31 AM   #26
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a week ago we did some "test-drinking" and everybody agreed that among the 6 or 7 weissbeer-types that were tested the franziskaner did take the poleposition......still does hup!!!!!!
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Old 3rd October 2002, 08:02 AM   #27
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Warsteiner is the best.

Favourite Pils is Karlsberg. but when it comes to Weissbier I love Paulaner. All cold of course and with foam on top. I donīt really prefer English beer specially the way it is served. Another favourate is Butweiser from Checkish Republic. (I think I wrote that totaly wrong)
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Old 3rd October 2002, 10:17 AM   #28
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I donīt really prefer English beer specially the way it is served.
Because English, ( and Welsh and Scottish) Ales, ( not Lagers) are brewed with many more flavouring ingredients, ( some have four or five different types of hops!), they are served warmer to appreciate the taste, as chilling beer deadens the tastebuds. Well, to get factual, it actually reduces the amount of surface evaporation, causing less aromatics to be taken into the nasal cavity, as smell and not taste is most important in distinguishing flavour.

This is why Belgian beers are also served warmer than normal in Europe.
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Old 3rd October 2002, 10:22 AM   #29
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sounds logical...
I should come to England and taste original English beer ..LOL
So what is the best beer over there?
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