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Old 04-28-2008, 06:58 AM   #41
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Yungling, do you make that yourself or is it some exclusive, obscure brew? Is it anything like Yuengling?

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There's a strong psychological component in drinking beer (and wine). Beer at a sporting event tastes better. It seems to taste better in one of those semi-clear plastic cups. It seems to taste worse in a junky restaurant plastic glass. It tastes better in a long neck bottle. It tastes worse right after vomiting.
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I drank the Corona when I was in Mexico for a few months. Something about paying $1.70 for the four-for-one Coronitas special was appealing. Order a beer and they bring out a bucket of beers on ice. But Corona down there is so ubiquitous - just like bud light/coors here. Tecate and Dos Equis seemed to be second and third down there for "cheap beers".

Stateside - I'll take my bud light or miller high life light (champagne of beers, no less).
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Butt wipe Bud Light was my "boat" beer. Watered-down Light and refreshing is good when it's 105 outside...

For my drinking pleasure, I prefer something with a bit more taste.
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Consumed some "Land Shark Lager" this weekend and found it quite tasty. Kind of a Corona taste only better IMO.
For now, it's my favorite American, nonlight beer.

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While visiting my bro in Chicago, we visited a watering hole with a large selection of microbrews. Not inexpensive, exactly, but quite tasty!! And none of this watered-down goat pee, either. AC north of 7% on most, with one really hoopy beer topping 11%. I was snockered by the time we left...
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Myabe because it is so good. Especially when served really cold with a twist of lime.
My thoughts exactly
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While visiting my bro in Chicago, we visited a watering hole with a large selection of microbrews. Not inexpensive, exactly, but quite tasty!! And none of this watered-down goat pee, either. AC north of 7% on most, with one really hoopy beer topping 11%. I was snockered by the time we left...
Let me guess. the Hop Leaf or the Map Room?
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Let me guess. the Hop Leaf or the Map Room?
I couldn't say...

It was in a 'burb somewhere, not downtown Chicago.
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