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View PostShortyPrice, on 25 March 2014 - 03:47 PM, said:



Loaded with Budweiser?  No harm, no foul carrying it to the landfill.

Now, if it had been a real beer, something you can stand a spoon upright in, that would have been a travesty.

Dammit Shorty,we're poor in the Delta,any lost alcohol is a bitch.We don't drink cough syrup...".yet.
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View PostL.A.Hog, on 25 March 2014 - 03:51 PM, said:

Dammit Shorty,we're poor in the Delta,any lost alcohol is a bitch.We don't drink cough syrup...".yet.
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Man, I feel for you.  Maybe it will get better for you over time.

If I am at an event and all they offer is Buttwipers, then I just drink water instead.  Same goes for most of those other thin, piss-yellow beers.

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View PostShortyPrice, on 25 March 2014 - 03:59 PM, said:



Man, I feel for you.  Maybe it will get better for you over time.

If I am at an event and all they offer is Buttwipers, then I just drink water instead.  Same goes for most of those other thin, piss-yellow beers.

If I wanted to have a drink using a spoon I'd get a milk shake.As long as it didn't taste like tree bark.

My little brother brews dark beer,some is tolerable,some not so much.

To each his own I reckon.

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View PostL.A.Hog, on 25 March 2014 - 04:09 PM, said:

If I wanted to have a drink using a spoon I'd get a milk shake.As long as it didn't taste like tree bark.

My little brother brews dark beer,some is tolerable,some not so much.

To each his own I reckon.

Didn't say I dring it with a spoon, I just want a beer that has more in common with its ancestoral brews than with the water faucet.

I drink darker beers, but my favorites are reds.

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View PostShortyPrice, on 26 March 2014 - 06:53 AM, said:



Didn't say I dring it with a spoon, I just want a beer that has more in common with its ancestoral brews than with the water faucet.

I drink darker beers, but my favorites are reds.

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The original well Abita used to use sits ten yards off my son n laws property. Abita has been trying to buy back that well for years but son n law says the owner won't sell. Sounds like Abita will have to wait another generation to make a deal. Son n law told me he would let me know if the guy ever did sell
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Speaking of Abita, Strawberry Harvest is out now and I think its the tits as a spring time beer. One of the only beers that bring in fruit that I can stand. They're finally making it available on tap as well. The last several batches have been bottle only. I found a bar up here that's carrying it. Next sunny day, i'll be getting whashted on their patio drinking that stuff.

Need to get my hands on some crawfish to go with it.
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View Postjacobp, on 26 March 2014 - 08:39 AM, said:

Speaking of Abita, Strawberry Harvest is out now and I think its the tits as a spring time beer. One of the only beers that bring in fruit that I can stand. They're finally making it available on tap as well. The last several batches have been bottle only. I found a bar up here that's carrying it. Next sunny day, i'll be getting whashted on their patio drinking that stuff.

Need to get my hands on some crawfish to go with it.
blueberry hill is good

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View Postpossumslayer, on 26 March 2014 - 08:43 AM, said:

blueberry hill is good
haven't had that one. Here lately I've only been drinking a lot of local beer. Northwest Arkansas has had a craft beer boom over the last several years. There are 9 breweries/distilleries in the area and a few more coming.

HogHaus Brewery makes a smoked lager with blueberry that is pretty damn tasty.
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View PostL.A.Hog, on 25 March 2014 - 11:02 AM, said:

The saddest one of these mishaps happened down here.A Budweiser semi with a trailer full of beer overturned on the highway.All the beer was loaded on dump trucks and taken to the landfill.

Thought I'm sure some of it never made it there,it was still heart wrenching to witness this atrocity.
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View Postjacobp, on 26 March 2014 - 08:39 AM, said:

Speaking of Abita, Strawberry Harvest is out now and I think its the tits as a spring time beer. One of the only beers that bring in fruit that I can stand. They're finally making it available on tap as well. The last several batches have been bottle only. I found a bar up here that's carrying it. Next sunny day, i'll be getting whashted on their patio drinking that stuff.

Need to get my hands on some crawfish to go with it.

That stuff flies off the shelf. I was in Starkville one day right after they unloaded the truck and it was gone before they could shelf it. I don't drink it but I've been know. To buy it when I see it just to give it to friends who do

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View Postjacobp, on 26 March 2014 - 08:39 AM, said:

Speaking of Abita, Strawberry Harvest is out now and I think its the tits as a spring time beer. One of the only beers that bring in fruit that I can stand. They're finally making it available on tap as well. The last several batches have been bottle only. I found a bar up here that's carrying it. Next sunny day, i'll be getting whashted on their patio drinking that stuff.

Need to get my hands on some crawfish to go with it.

Strawberry harvest is the bomb.com
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View Post1dawgfan09, on 26 March 2014 - 09:14 AM, said:

Strawberry harvest is the bomb.com
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the Pecan is horrendous, though.
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I wanna try that grapefruit ipa

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