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Old 11-02-2006, 05:02 PM   #11
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In reference to the brewing, along with citrus, I fell in love Oranjeboom. It is the "run of the mill" beer in Amsterdam, like Bud is to the States. Though it was not a white beer, it was delish!

Hoegaarden is a little more "Authentic" in my opinion.

John, can you fedx some home brew?

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Old 11-03-2006, 03:30 AM   #12
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where can I get this pumpkin spice budweiser ? I'd love to try it !! When I go out tomorrow I am going to try to get one !
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I have not seen that Pumpkin Spice in bottles or cans; only on tap. I'll double check to ensure it was a Bud product. That's what I was told by our restaurant's bartender. Perhaps she meant only it was delivered by Bud.

I heard yesterday they're trying to sell it off and head to a Christmas beer. I'm probably wrong about what I heard, but it sure sounded like, "Frosty's Snow Balls." I'm sorry, no sale there. Sounds too... uhhh.... personal? LOL.

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Old 11-06-2006, 08:05 AM   #14
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John, can you fedx some home brew?

Well, if I had any at the moment the answer would be yes. However, yesterday was the first brew session since May ( ), and that beer is already promised to a family gathering over the holidays . So I'm darned near out of homebrew.

So, like most everyone else - I've had to buy beer at the store.
(Oh the shame! The shame!)

John

I'm going to go hide in the corner now...
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Old 11-06-2006, 08:06 AM   #15
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where can I get this pumpkin spice budweiser ? I'd love to try it !! When I go out tomorrow I am going to try to get one !
I know A-B has marketed a Pumpkin beer under the Michelob brand (And it was quite good), not sure about any others.

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Old 11-06-2006, 09:26 AM   #16
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I have not seen that Pumpkin Spice in bottles or cans; only on tap. I'll double check to ensure it was a Bud product. That's what I was told by our restaurant's bartender. Perhaps she meant only it was delivered by Bud.

I heard yesterday they're trying to sell it off and head to a Christmas beer. I'm probably wrong about what I heard, but it sure sounded like, "Frosty's Snow Balls." I'm sorry, no sale there. Sounds too... uhhh.... personal? LOL.

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Clao, you are right! Pumpkin Spice all gone around here except for two six packs that i found on the other side of town. We have local beer here that outdoes the Budweiser. Never thought I would say that. The Pumpkin Spice was good but O'Fallon Pumpkin better.


The next brew for Budweiser for holidays is Winter's Bourbon Cask-Ale. Ale aged on Bourbon Barrel Oak and Vanilla Bean. To me, was different and quite good. The label alone made me try it. Seemed to be selling well in the store. Just like the Pumpkin Spice, you see it better buy it. Next time will be gone. Seems that is how it goes w/anything today.
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