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Offline B2

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Proper Murphys irish stout is the fave for me...

Failing that, the Schoefferhoffer clear is a lovely drop :thumbsup:

usually a guiness has to suffice in these parts.

I had a few Red Back Crystals the other day, something I haven't had for a while.  They were nice for a change.

Looking forward to going back to Germany next month.  They make the best beers IMO.  And its condsidered a staple food over there.  700 calories per beer (500ml) :D  Who needs food.



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Not into Guiness - tried a few times but just don't like it.   Used to drink Kilkenny but it's too heavy for more than 1 pint.

Aus Guiness tastes nasty. Proper Guiness (brewed in Ireland) is far better. Not really my cup of tea though.
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Aus Guiness tastes nasty. Proper Guiness (brewed in Ireland) is far better. Not really my cup of tea though.

yeah.... but the longer you spend away from Blighty or ireland, the better the Aussie Guiness tastes!



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i dont like beer....  :argh:

I thought there was something strange about you.  :p



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Aus Guiness tastes nasty. Proper Guiness (brewed in Ireland) is far better.

I don't really know Guiness - but I've heard this argument about several other types of Belgian/German beers from various travellers in my stumbling throughout bars, lots of excuses about "the water" and "the climate" and stuff like that....  however lately I've been drinking imported stuff - exactly as they sell where it's brewed, no great eureka moments to be had about the difference, I certainly don't feel I'm missing out on "the real stuff" anymore as the ex-pats would have you believe.






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only spirits....

Gay spirits! :p  I've come back from the bar with two fuck-off manly pints of good hard solid liver killing beer only to be assaulted with a "oh, I'd rather a lime n soda".... :doh: :D



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Gay spirits! :p  I've come back from the bar with two fuck-off manly pints of good hard solid liver killing beer only to be assaulted with a "oh, I'd rather a lime n soda".... :doh: :D

hahaha.... no commet  :drink:



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