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Old 09-09-2006, 05:18 AM   #41
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HAHAHA! My thoughts too when I read this... it might be easier for me to list the empty bottles in the trash can On a personal note, not to offend or support anyone's opinion, but bashing on people's threads is not nice... And look, it spawned an on-topic discussion. BTW, love Paulaner Hefeweisen!

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Well, I can tell you what's NOT in the fridge anymore. No more Cider!!!

Good thing there's more about ready to bottle downstairs!!

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Old 09-09-2006, 09:11 AM   #42
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Lets see- beverages in my fridge - I suppose I should count what's in both fridges:

skim milk
organic 2% milk
white grape juice
diet berries and cream dr. pepper (for my current house guests)
mikes hard lemonade (all flavors, apple, berry, lime, and orginal)
beer - miller light, michelob light, heinekin light
sunny d
bottled water
jose cuervo strawberry margaritas
bottled water
propel (peach)
variety of canned sodas for guests-7up, diet coke, rootbeer
tonic water

I think that's it but I think that is enough......
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Old 09-09-2006, 09:14 AM   #43
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Oh, forgot one more kind of beer - DH's Negro Midelo - yuck!
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Old 09-09-2006, 12:33 PM   #44
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OK.... here's the list. I'm just as much a collector of beers as I am a drinker of beers. There are two fridges with almost exclusively beer.

The small fridge in the bar:

Saranac Winter Wassail
Stone Imperial Stout
Stone Smoked Porter
Stone 8th Anniversary
Stone 9th Anniversary
Erdinger Piicantus
Saranac Lager
Stone Double Bastard
Arcadia Starboard Stout
Greenshields Stout
Flying Fish ESB
Anchor Christmas (2002)
Dogwood Oktoberfest Lager
DeKoninck Lager
Hobgoblin Ale
Sierra Nevada Celebration Ale
Eau Benite
Fischer Labelle
Harvey's Christmas Ale
Penn Dark
Celebrator Dopplebock
Fordham Lager
Shiner Hefeweizen
Flying Fish EPA
Bluegrass Brewing Dark Star Porter
Bluegrass Brewing American Pale Ale

The big fridge in the garage:

Yuengling Black and Tan
Yuengling Lager
Heavy Seas Loose Cannon
Heavy Seas Red Sky At Night
Heavy Seas Peg Leg
Stoudts Fat Dog
Abita 20th Anniversary Ale
Sam Adams Traditional Ginger Honey Ale
Sam Adams Root Beer Brew (yes, this is real beer)
Sam Adams George Washington Porter
Sam Adams James Madison Dark Wheat Ale
Mash House Hoppy Hour IPA
Leinenkugel's Creamy Dark Lager
Leinenkugel's Oktoberfest
Leinenkugel's Red
Erdinger Weissbrau
Tucher Kristall Weizen
Mackeson's XXX Stout
Guinness Extra Stout
Saranac Golden Pilsener
Saranac Hefeweizen
Saranac Summer Ale
Saranac Mountain Ale
Saranac Belgian White
Tommyknocker Ornery Amber
Tommyknocker Jack Whacker
Tommyknocker Maple Nut Brown
Tommyknocker Butthead
Flying Dog In Heat Wheat
Flying Dog Road Dog
Flying Dog Old Scratch
Tommyknocker Pickaxe
Long Trail Black Beary (sic) Wheat
Magic Hat H.I.P.A.
Schneider Weisse Wiesen Edel-Weisse
Amstel Light
Boulevard Wheat
Yazoo Doss Perros Ale
Capital Wisconsin Amber
The Raven Special Lager
Cottonwood Pumpkin Ale
Michelob Ultra Amber
Rogue Mocha Porter
Sam Adams Black Lager
Unibroue Maudite
Highland Black Mocha Porter
St. Bernardus ABT 12
Great Divide Yeti Imperial Stout

Liquor? I have *lots* and *lots* of different kinds, but my favorite is my Lagavulin 16-year single malt. Peat in a bottle. Yummy.
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Old 09-09-2006, 12:35 PM   #45
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I'm glad to hear that gobo, otherwise I was going to post a link to AA for you. That is a LOT of booze in one fridge.
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OK.... here's the list. I'm just as much a collector of beers as I am a drinker of beers. There are two fridges with almost exclusively beer.

The small fridge in the bar:

Saranac Winter Wassail
Stone Imperial Stout
Stone Smoked Porter
Stone 8th Anniversary
Stone 9th Anniversary
Erdinger Piicantus
Saranac Lager
Stone Double Bastard
Arcadia Starboard Stout
Greenshields Stout
Flying Fish ESB
Anchor Christmas (2002)
Dogwood Oktoberfest Lager
DeKoninck Lager
Hobgoblin Ale
Sierra Nevada Celebration Ale
Eau Benite
Fischer Labelle
Harvey's Christmas Ale
Penn Dark
Celebrator Dopplebock
Fordham Lager
Shiner Hefeweizen
Flying Fish EPA
Bluegrass Brewing Dark Star Porter
Bluegrass Brewing American Pale Ale

The big fridge in the garage:

Yuengling Black and Tan
Yuengling Lager
Heavy Seas Loose Cannon
Heavy Seas Red Sky At Night
Heavy Seas Peg Leg
Stoudts Fat Dog
Abita 20th Anniversary Ale
Sam Adams Traditional Ginger Honey Ale
Sam Adams Root Beer Brew (yes, this is real beer)
Sam Adams George Washington Porter
Sam Adams James Madison Dark Wheat Ale
Mash House Hoppy Hour IPA
Leinenkugel's Creamy Dark Lager
Leinenkugel's Oktoberfest
Leinenkugel's Red
Erdinger Weissbrau
Tucher Kristall Weizen
Mackeson's XXX Stout
Guinness Extra Stout
Saranac Golden Pilsener
Saranac Hefeweizen
Saranac Summer Ale
Saranac Mountain Ale
Saranac Belgian White
Tommyknocker Ornery Amber
Tommyknocker Jack Whacker
Tommyknocker Maple Nut Brown
Tommyknocker Butthead
Flying Dog In Heat Wheat
Flying Dog Road Dog
Flying Dog Old Scratch
Tommyknocker Pickaxe
Long Trail Black Beary (sic) Wheat
Magic Hat H.I.P.A.
Schneider Weisse Wiesen Edel-Weisse
Amstel Light
Boulevard Wheat
Yazoo Doss Perros Ale
Capital Wisconsin Amber
The Raven Special Lager
Cottonwood Pumpkin Ale
Michelob Ultra Amber
Rogue Mocha Porter
Sam Adams Black Lager
Unibroue Maudite
Highland Black Mocha Porter
St. Bernardus ABT 12
Great Divide Yeti Imperial Stout

Liquor? I have *lots* and *lots* of different kinds, but my favorite is my Lagavulin 16-year single malt. Peat in a bottle. Yummy.
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Old 09-18-2006, 12:06 PM   #47
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Old 09-18-2006, 05:21 PM   #49
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I don't like beer but my refrigerator is filled with Diet Hansen's Black Cherry. Lemon Lime Gatorade, Juicy Juice Kiwi Strawberry and Baileys Irish Cream.

Jill and Jolie
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No beer but I could sure use one right now. I have about 1/2 cup left of Chardonay and half bottle of White Zinfandel.
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