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Old 09-19-2006, 10:07 AM   #51
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In a perverse way, I suppose I'm proud of these boring contents:

-- German beer from Lidl (i.e., cheap but good)
-- tonic water
-- grapefruit juice
-- orange juice
-- apple juice
-- 2% milk
-- chilled water, i.e. "tap juice"
-- sour cherry concentrate to make sour cherry juice (visinada)
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Old 10-01-2006, 07:54 PM   #52
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Thats great!
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Old 10-01-2006, 07:59 PM   #53
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Just added a sixer of Blue Moon Pumpkin Ale. :D

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Old 10-01-2006, 08:11 PM   #54
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That looks so good, as I look over disappointingly at the cheap macro-american brew sitting on my desk, and back over to the screen and my mouth waters again
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Old 10-01-2006, 10:58 PM   #55
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FWIW, it's made by Coors.
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Old 10-03-2006, 08:56 AM   #56
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This is a major issue! Beer fridge #2 is nearly empty!!

There are a couple of Bgfoots, a few homemade beers, and few cans of Miller Lite, and that's about it!!

There's actually FOOD starting to show up in my beer fridge!!! AND NOT THE KIND THAT GOES WITH BEER!!

I really need to get brewing and correct this situation! Maybe I can get that latest batch of cider bottled up, that'll help take up some room!

John
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Old 10-03-2006, 09:37 AM   #57
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2 kitchens, 2 fridges... sad to say no beer. no wine, no alcohol of any kind unless there's a special occasion, and even that takes special dispensation from the pope. i'm told that it's a waste of space considering how much we drink at home.

we do always have lots of water; orange, cranberry, and apple juices; skim milk, 2% milk, chocolate and vanilla soy milk; and of course, iced tea.
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Old 10-03-2006, 03:57 PM   #58
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Our fridge #2 has all kinds of brews( Mexican, Belgium, Irish ect.) in it along with Bailey's,Butterscotch shots,a white zin,a riesling and some other things ready at a moments notice. I noticed the other day that the Woodchuck hard cider has been replenished-I think it brews itself in there!

I have a kind of funny Corona story and I don't know if it belongs here but, I'll give it a try. Jimmy and I had a discussion about winning the lottery- He had mentioned a few things he would do with the money if he won and let's just say they weren't very nice although there probably would be alot of people who would cheer him on!! I said to him you'll never win the lottery - you have bad intentions therefore it would be bad karma for you to do so.He asked me what Karma was and I tried my best to explain it to him but, he wasn't going to get it- he really didn't care. When we were at the wedding this past Saturday night- the subject of winning the lottery came up.Jimmy had said he will never win the lottery and just AFTER he said this the bride's father(Eric) sits next to him as Jimmy says "I have bad Corona." Eric asked very concerned"you got bad Corona here ??"and Jimmy said "no".Eric replies before Jimmy can say anything "Maybe you should check the expiration date"
Jimmy then said "That's why I won't win the lottery" Now everyone is looking at him kind of funny and I'm laughing out loud so they're looking at me kind of sideways too.I finally was able to say "He means Karma, he has bad karma" Jimmy then said, "That's what I said I have bad Corona."Then everyone started laughing loud enough so it drew the attention of others around us and Eric repeated the whole thing.I hope it didn't lose too much in the translation- I still think it's funny.Love and energy, Vicki
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Old 10-03-2006, 04:47 PM   #59
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Bad Corona is redundant. ;)
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Bad Corona is redundant. ;)
Sadly, I feel that way about most beers- just never developed the taste for it. Doesn't make me a bad person now does it???
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