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Old 14-07-2009, 10:39   #31
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Under way [in limited amounts]:






And once safely anchored:



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Old 14-07-2009, 10:56   #32
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That's very clever, Scott - I like that!

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Old 14-07-2009, 11:04   #33
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Old 14-07-2009, 11:13   #34
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There's one more brew we need for the thin water sailors on the south west coast of Florida but thus far no one makes it:

HARD AGROUND!
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Old 14-07-2009, 11:18   #35
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There's one more brew we need for the thin water sailors on the south west coast of Florida but thus far no one makes it:

HARD AGROUND!
Quick, copyright "Hard Aground, the Beer of Choice for Deep Draft Cruisers!" Another excellent name, Scott. Have you ever considered getting out of the money game and becoming a copywriter?

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Beer is as local as milk or bread, and should be consumed fresh and as close as possible to the brewery, in my opinion. Would you buy milk or bread mass produced and imported from Holland? I didn't think so. You'd want bread fresh made in the local bakery, and milk from the local dairy. Why should beer be any different?
The Heineken that is sold in the Caribbean is brewed in the Caribbean. So it is made by locals and is the most popular beer in the Caribbean in sales, so the locals are loving it. It is not my favorite but it is "local" to the caribbean, if that floats your beer boat.
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Swiss Lowenbrau (Better know as Mother's Milk - YUM)


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or: Deschutes Mirror Pond Pale Ale! Delicious:
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Cold, Local ...................
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There is no such thing as a bad beer. It's just that some beers are better than others.
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I'll say one thing.... those pictures of the ambers are lookin real good to me right now.... it's quittin time out here on the west coast.... I'm gonna find me one of those.....
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I enjoy drinking the local beers....but often they are not great. Except in northern Europe where I tried hard to sample all 500 local Belgium beers.
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I'm more of a hophead and have been know to drink some Pilsner Urquell on occasion.........any occasion
To paraphrase the world's most interesting man, I don't always drink beer, but when I do, I drink Pilsner Urquell.

Of course there are probably 1000 microbrews that I haven't tried, so maybe there's one I would like better. But maybe not.

Being a declasse American, I also like my beer cold.
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So Arthur Guiness, Anheiser Bush, and Adolf Coors are all visiting Octoberfest...they decide to go into a pub...Bush says, "I would like a Bud, please." Coors says, "I would like a Coors, please." and Arthur Guiness says, "I would like a Coke, Please." Coors and Bush turn in amazements and stare at Arthur Guiness. Arthur Guiness turns and says, "Well if you all aren't going to drink....neither am I."
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So Arthur Guiness, Anheiser Bush, and Adolf Coors are all visiting Octoberfest...they decide to go into a pub...Bush says, "I would like a Bud, please." Coors says, "I would like a Coors, please." and Arthur Guiness says, "I would like a Coke, Please." Coors and Bush turn in amazements and stare at Arthur Guiness. Arthur Guiness turns and says, "Well if you all aren't going to drink....neither am I."
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