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Old 10-02-2005, 11:10 PM   #11
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Pumpkin Beer???

Gramma pie, baked pumpkin, boiled pumpkin, Pumpkin Soup and Pumpkin wine are great, but pumpkin beer!!!

They'd hang people here in Oz for that.

You guys have too much spare time on your hands....
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Old 10-02-2005, 11:13 PM   #12
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Yes we do, Brooksy!
(Same reason we invented the Rubik's cube in the 80s)
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Old 10-02-2005, 11:43 PM   #13
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Yes we do, Brooksy!
(Same reason we invented the Rubik's cube in the 80s)
Oooo Yeah. Didn't Cubik's Rube cause some insanity.

I pulled the stickers off mine in the end.
Drove me nuts.
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Old 10-03-2005, 08:08 AM   #14
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I thought everyone would think I was strange! I need your response and I thank you for the time. The Pumpkin Beer is being sold like crazy at the regular store I go to. Had to go to two others and find it. Just because I know it is limited for short time, we HAVE to have it. Guess we are kind of greedy to some degree. It just reminds me of Fall and I do like that time of year. jkath, I too, am interested in different beer here lately. I know there are some health benefits as I was told by my OB doctor to drink beer when I nursed my babies. I don't know if I have this 'extra' around my middle from the beer or the babies. I just have like two waistlines and try to pull my pants up more. Having beer for women is really good idea. I am sure it would be a hit as women like to have something only for them. Vanilla sounds good but not in this Pumpkin Beer. Never saw Blueberry either. Sounds pretty good.
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Old 10-06-2005, 02:28 AM   #15
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I thought everyone would think I was strange! ..................... Vanilla sounds good but not in this Pumpkin Beer. Never saw Blueberry either. Sounds pretty good.
Vanilla beer, pumpkin beer, blueberry beer...........

Surely there is something that you are trying to tells us ITK.

As for thinking you are strange, certainly not.
Addled - maybe, a touch insane - possibly, but not strange.
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Old 10-06-2005, 02:58 AM   #16
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I'm thinking ITK is like us - passionate about her foods!

Now that we've chatted so much about the pumpkin beer, I've looked twice at the store and both times they've been out of it! fine thing!
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Old 10-07-2005, 08:23 AM   #17
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I went to Whole Foods AGAIN! Can't stay away from there. I am so impressed by the display of the produce. Everything looks like a picture and the people are just loading their baskets. All the prices are generally higher than where I shop. I often wonder if they look at the price. I walked past the liqour (is that considered healthy? department and they had huge display of Pumpkin Beer. Now that price was the same as my grocery store.

jkath I appreciate all your recipes. You have made my family happy many many times. Glad you approve of my Pumpkin Beer. It is sure different. I am still looking for the beer for Women Only! If anyone will find it you will. I thank you for letting us know where to get things. Thanks for sharing.
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Vanilla beer, pumpkin beer, blueberry beer...........

Surely there is something that you are trying to tells us ITK.

As for thinking you are strange, certainly not.
Addled - maybe, a touch insane - possibly, but not strange.
You got this right Brooksy. I got good company if you are here. You made my day! What about you? Like Pumpkin Beer? Maybe that is what causes me to act this way. But I like it.
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I walked past the liqour (is that considered healthy?
When consumed in the appropriate amounts, absolutely!
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If I drank, I would have to hunt down every flavour of beer mentioned here. Never was a beer fan (short of using it in recipes), but these are soooo interesting, blueberry beer in particular.
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