Dingus Milktoast wrote:So do you have a beer story or are you just going to whine about mine?
mconnell wrote:Dingus Milktoast wrote:For some folk image is EVERYTHING.
Nothing to do with image. I don't drink it for the same reason I don't buy wine in $5 gallons. I don't like it. I drink beer for the taste, and most American lagers taste like crap.
Gary Schenk wrote:Beer snobbery is the worst sort of snobbery. Beer is for working men, not a bunch of fancy pants poofters.
European beer is for that dank, cold Euro climate. American beer is for the American climate, hot and humid. When you've spent all day busting your balls in some godawful factory, job site or whatever, you need something cold and light that goes down fast and leaves you refreshed, not bloated.
So you all can take your microbrew posing man-purse swishing selfs and pretend you're superior. Go ahead.
Gary Schenk wrote: American beer is for the American climate, hot and humid.
rhyang wrote:Bob Burd wrote:Four cold ones personally delivered to the summit, perfectly chilled overnight, with card, by folks I'd never met. Can you doubt the existence of Angels?
Well, she carried it in her pack .. all I did was provide occasional ribbing
She's the angel .. me, apparently not so much
sjarelkwint wrote:Dudes ... Why are you complaining about the budbeer ... (which is btw ours ) the dude is drinkin g grolsch ... I hope it isn't one of the better imported beers you guys have over there in the us ... Luciano ... Learn those guys something overthere! will ya?
MooseTracks wrote:Luciano136 wrote:Good thing you're not doing that for CO 14-ers Moosie
Who is saying I won't??? Just haven't gotten there yet... Soon, baby, soon enough...
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