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    what's your favourite beer?

    An in-dept investigation: what is the preferred beer for the ppl of the L-O?
    Mine would be La Trappe Blond and Tripel, Wieckse Witte (I don't expect any of you to know these but anyway), and I've also grown fond of Guiness lately. So how about the rest of you?

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    Heineken...hands down.

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    I don't like beer very much at all
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    I am 13 and am not alowed the joys of getting drunk, getting in a fight then thrown in jail for the night only to do it again next weekend.

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    Nothing beats a bud...

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    No no no....

    I feel sorry for those of you who have not yet seen the light...

    There is only one true beer: Carlsberg!

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    I Have the distinct pleasure of living in in the heart of Micro-brew land. We have so many choices here so I have to give you my top 5:

    5- Black Butte Porter, Deschutes Brewery, Bend, OR. Great beer, well rounded, full bodied, smooth after taste, a well rounded heavy porter.

    4- Olympia (Stubbies), Miller Brewing, Olympia, WA. The two biggest reasons this beer makes my list: I live here. Number 2 They have these little puzzles under the cap that make great fun for everyone at parties to try and figure out, That's why you have to buy the stubbie bottles.

    3-Harp's, Guiness Brewing, Dublin, IR. Great beer for getting a good drunk on with.

    2-Mirror Pond Ale, Deschutes Brewery, Bend, OR. This beer is a wonderful American ale. Full bodied, no skunk smell like alot of ale's have, smooth taste with a sharp after bite. Great for having one or twenty.

    1-Guiness, Guiness, Guiness End of story!

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    Krombacher.

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    Ahh, Carlsberg-the Danes love it so much, they hate to see it leave...

    Anyone else seen that ad? Well, it made me crack up

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    Kronen Export

    and because its from my hometown and tastes not that bad compared to its cheap price: Andreas Pils

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