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what are you drinking right now?

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A nice Albarino for a hot labor day afternoon in the sun:

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Leffe Brune 70cl :eye::eye:

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All Bud/Busch products live by adding sugar to attract the "lame" american customer.

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All Bud/Busch products live by adding sugar to attract the "lame" american customer.

Now all they need to do is add some citrus -- maybe an orange? :);)

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All Bud/Busch products live by adding sugar to attract the "lame" american customer.

Now all they need to do is add some citrus -- maybe an orange? :);)

:lol:

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All Bud/Busch products live by adding sugar to attract the "lame" american customer.

yeah but i can get a 24 ounce natty ice or 24 ounce hurricane hi gravity for 99 cents.

good bang for the buck.

they are now marketing a caffeinated beer.

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high life, the champagne of beers

last time i was looking for a 40 ouncer, miller was the best i could find.

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they are now marketing a caffeinated beer.

Now there's a friggin' mistake! Get a bunch of drunk college kids at 2 a.m., PLUS have them full of caffeine? I sure as hell wouldn't want to be on the road when they're trying to drive from the clubs to the house parties.

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they are now marketing a caffeinated beer.

Can you say "speedball"? :ph34r:

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Fat Tire Amber Ale from New Belgium Brewing in Fort Collins, CO. Not too bad.

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Now enjoying my favorite, Negra Modelo.

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they are now marketing a caffeinated beer.

Can you say "speedball"? :ph34r:

yes, folks. here it is.

http://www.anheuser-busch.com/news/BtoE_100404.htm

Specialty Beers

Introduced 2004

It’s beer with an eye-opening taste. Straight up, on the rocks or mixed … take your refreshment to a whole new level

BE is infused with caffeine, guarana (a caffeine-bearing berry), ginseng and natural flavors

A complex, yet well-balanced profile with hop aroma and notes of blackberry, raspberry and cherry

A great mixture of beer and unique flavors to offer a lightly sweet and refreshing taste

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Anheuser-Busch operates 14 breweries, 12 in the United States and two overseas.

There's one next to Newark airport on Rt. 1. A few years ago I had some folks in town to perform with me in NYC. I was driving - of course - back and forth from NJ to NYC. Everytime we went by the brewery, this one guy whips out his camera starts snapping photos of the place. This went on for a week. :lol:

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they are now marketing a caffeinated beer.

Can you say "speedball"? :ph34r:

Seattle Speedball = espresso + beer/bong toke/etc.

Only I used to have mine w/double espresso & a double Jack.

Splendid combination, actually, although Jack & coke was better over the long haul.

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I mostly gave up on caffeine last year. 25 years of that crap. :rfr

Only if I'm on the road and really need to wake up. And then it really has to be before 3 or 4 pm unless I know I have to be up for hours.

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2003 Muscat de Rivesaltes. This is a delightful dessert wine, offering lifted muscat aromas, with oranges, nectarines, and wild flowers. The palate is sweet, with a round mouth-coating texture. Excellent intensity of appealing flavours, finishing clean and crisp.

This Muscat de Rivesaltes is made entirely from Muscat à Petits Grains. The appellation rules require a minimum of 15% alcohol and 100 grams per litre residual sugar. At Chateau de Jau they restrict grape yields to help intensify flavour. The winemaking is very modern and the wines are spotlessly clean, with lovely fresh, fragrant fruit.

One of the very few occasions where I take in an alcoholic drink - especially on moist summer nights or days .....

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Pumpkin Ale courtesy of Buffalo Bill's Brewery, Hayward, Ca.

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St. Remy brandy.

But only because I spent most of the day working in a quarry.

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French roast. Strong.

(Slightly hungover.)

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Pumpkin Ale courtesy of Buffalo Bill's Brewery, Hayward, Ca.

How does that taste?

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they are now marketing a caffeinated beer.

Can you say "speedball"? :ph34r:

yes, folks. here it is.

http://www.anheuser-busch.com/news/BtoE_100404.htm

Yeah we've got that crap here too: Labatt "Shok" and Molson "Kick". Seems like a retarted combo to me. But I've also never tried Red Bull.

However, this is nice craft beer, brewed about 2 miles from me now.

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