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Old 01-13-2005, 01:46 PM   #91
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My fingers have that problem all the time...
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sure wish there was a spell checker on here.
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Old 01-13-2005, 01:54 PM   #92
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Happens to me, too! Whether or not there's caffine involved. I call it "happy fingers"!
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Old 01-13-2005, 02:43 PM   #93
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Red Stripe. Why do I love this beer so much?
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Old 01-13-2005, 02:48 PM   #94
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I love Red Stripe too :) There was an Uno's by my house that decided they were going to start carrying 100 different beers. To make room they started selling off the beers they were not going to carry. The Red Strip was not moving for some reason and they were getting desperate to unload it. They marked it down to 25 cents a bottle. My buddy and I had a great time while it lasted. I think we were the only two who drank it.

This was also the only bear we could get on our honeymoon (in Jamaica of course).
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Old 01-13-2005, 02:52 PM   #95
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You are KILLING me, geebs!!! Here it's $8.50 a sixpack. When I discovered it living in Florida, we could get it at our fave dive bar for about a buck a bottle.
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Old 01-13-2005, 11:05 PM   #97
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bottled red stripe is good stuff, never had it on draught. i usually avoid places that brag about the numbers of beers they offer if many of them are on tap. unless they sell them a lot, or purge the lines every day, the beer in the lines rots, and tastes bad. i can't count how many times i've ordered a lesser known and therefore lesser served beer, and got a skunky beer in my glass.

oh, i am drinking a 2000 woodbridge cab sauv. ok, but nothing to brag about...
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Old 01-14-2005, 07:46 AM   #98
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bottled red stripe is good stuff, never had it on draught. i usually avoid places that brag about the numbers of beers they offer if many of them are on tap. unless they sell them a lot, or purge the lines every day, the beer in the lines rots, and tastes bad. i can't count how many times i've ordered a lesser known and therefore lesser served beer, and got a skunky beer in my glass.
Can I get an AMEN???? Preach it brother Bucky!!!!

We get that a LOT when we try new places with our brewing friends. The best is when we try to politely tell the server that the beer is 'off'. They usually then proceed to tell us that it's a microbrew/import/etc. and that it just takes getting used to. That's usually about when we all pull out all of the stops (There are several highly qualified beer judges in this group) and explain to them all of the various problems with the beer, AND their causes. Sadly, sometimes you get servers that just aren't willing to listen/learn/admit they're wrong.

Oh, and I'm drinking coffee right now. Lots and lots of coffee right now. (Late night)

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Coffee with butter pecan flavored creamer
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Ginger ale. Again :?
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