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Old 12-17-2007, 08:54 PM   #151
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Everyday beer I like Michelob Ultra Amber. Special is Hefeviezen (I know I can't spell)
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Old 12-18-2007, 03:44 AM   #152
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Exercise

Enjoy. My friend called me and said after he exercises he enjoys a beer. Don't you think he is defeating his purpose by drinking a beer after he just gets through exercising? He tells me beer is good for a person. Is he right?
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Old 12-18-2007, 07:28 AM   #153
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Enjoy. My friend called me and said after he exercises he enjoys a beer. Don't you think he is defeating his purpose by drinking a beer after he just gets through exercising? He tells me beer is good for a person. Is he right?
He's not making it up...

FOXNews.com - Beer After Exercise May Be Better Than Water, Study Finds - Health News | Current Health News | Medical News
Having a beer after exercise could do you more good than drinking water, a new study suggests.


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Old 12-18-2007, 09:01 AM   #154
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OK, a mixed drink made with beer!!!

Ever eat a Dreamscicle?? the orange flavored ice with the vanilla ice cream in the middle??

How about a drink that tastes very much like that....

6 Oz cold light beer, 4 Oz cold orange juice, 1 shot vanilla schnapps. pour ingredients in a tall glass over ice. Place your hand over the top of the glass and slam against the bar making it foam a bit... Rich creamy orange/vanilla flavor.
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Old 12-19-2007, 08:25 AM   #155
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He's not making it up...

FOXNews.com - Beer After Exercise May Be Better Than Water, Study Finds - Health News | Current Health News | Medical News
Having a beer after exercise could do you more good than drinking water, a new study suggests.


I now return you to my regularly scheduled lurking....
This site is like a personal gift to me. Thank you ronjohn55. All I have to do is make a comment and how quickly I receive the response. Wish I could only be as accommodating.

I will see my friend soon and will surely let him read your comments. Isn't this interesting? Maybe he is doing okay drinking beer after exercise! Being BETTER than water is what surprises me.

Thanks for your response rj55. You sure keep me up to date. Keep on keeping me informed, appreciate it.
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Old 12-19-2007, 10:10 AM   #156
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not me, highly allergic to the stuff
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Old 12-21-2007, 03:02 PM   #157
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Ooh, I just tried a new beer that I quite like last night. It's a locally-made homebrew made at a local restaurant called the Lafayette Brewing Company. It's their Black Angus Oatmeal Stout. Tastes a lot like Guinness or Murphy's, but lighter, fruitier. Not as hoppy, and without that awful, metallic aftertaste that Guinness has.
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Old 12-21-2007, 11:31 PM   #158
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Saranac has a Pomegranate wheat beer limited edition that I tried recently.
I'm not a big wheat beer fan, but this was quite tasty!
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Old 12-22-2007, 05:13 PM   #159
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I love beer

I must say beer is my favorite alchohol drink, but I won't drink any old beer. I don't like standard lagers. They're like drinking nothing. I love a good stout, or wheat beers or IPA and microbrewry beer is the best. But for a mixed drink take a dark beer, a stout or something and add a shot of vanilla vodka! Very tasty. Just so you don't think me a big drinking gal, just know I probably have 2 beer a month, but I'll pass on those if they're not good beers. somebody offers me a Bud or Coors, I'd soon have water.
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Old 12-22-2007, 05:39 PM   #160
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I consume large quantum amounts of heavy english ale ,german or irish stout ,,not to mention boiling polish or beef sausage.Beer cheese,beer marinades,Etc.Micro's have just added to the broad pallet.Cheers!
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