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post #21 of 62 (permalink) Old 09-17-2009, 10:35 PM Thread Starter
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i drank this guys dark chocolate lager he made for when we go camping, and it was so damn good, and it was like 20% alq.






yummy

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Kill, You clearly have not had an ice cold natty light out of a keg. We built a keggerator out of a freezer a couple of years ago and drinking it at 26 degrees F is the best temperature to drink it.

I do not see Beast mentioned anywhere either or southpaw. Common people southpaw is a classic. Beast is even drinkable when it is warm.

yes, natty on tap is amazing.

my friend made a keggerator too and i went over to his house and he served us drinks in a frosted mugs, was so good, i didn't even think it was natty till he told us.

but natty or pbr are the best.

pbr is getting pretty hipster though lol
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this thread is killing me!

pbr vs keystone light is like saying 'which do you prefer, shitty tasting water or shittier tasting water?'
That is exactly what we are talking about! Now move along...
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i drank this guys dark chocolate lager he made for when we go camping, and it was so damn good, and it was like 20% alq.






yummy
We made an imperial slavic IPA which is like a quadruple hops beer. It was more like barley wine It was around 20%
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I enjoy PBR

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We use PBR as currency at Mt. Hood Meadows.....

haha for real, its like liquid gold in a can.

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PBR from the tap please.

Keystone tastes like piss water and makes me burp like a madman.
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PBR from the tap please.

Keystone tastes like piss water and makes me burp like a madman.
Shes got it. Keystone is a shitty beer.
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PBR vs Keystone Light

I vote PBR.

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i personally think keystone light smells like straight urine
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For a real delight you should try Keystone Original, in the red can. Brings back good memories (and bad). We used to call it the diesel.
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