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Old 16-07-2009, 19:18   #46
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Hope I'm not banished from the forum for this, but I'm not much of a beer drinker myself. I would ten times prefer a rum and coke.
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Old 16-07-2009, 19:32   #48
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Hope I'm not banished from the forum for this, but I'm not much of a beer drinker myself. I would ten times prefer a rum and coke.
If that gets you banished R2G, I guess I'll have to leave with you.

I will say this about Coors: If you've ever visited the brewery in Golden, Colorado and had the product served as it should be, which is to say cold, cold, cold, you'll swear you've never tasted anything better. If Coors, a pasteurized beer, is ever allowed to come to room temperature, you should just flush it - it has been ruined.

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Hope I'm not banished from the forum for this, but I'm not much of a beer drinker myself. I would ten times prefer a rum and coke.
Beer before dinner, wine with it and rum and coke after. We can all get along here.
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A good malt Scotch will wipe out the aftertaste of the worst beers mentioned above!
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Whew, glad I don't have to leave, I like it here. When I was in St. Thomas last Feb. I couldn't beleive it, you could buy rum for $2.79 for a fifth ( not near as bad tasting as you would think). I had to laugh when I was in the airport. A bottle of water was $2.75. Hmm, lets see a bottle of rum for 2.79 or a bottle of water for 2.75, not a hard choice. I did like the airport though, as soon as you step off the plane there are two ladies handing out free samples of banana and coconut rum. That's when I new I was in where I should be.
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Mango Rum, as they make it in Grand Cayman.
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Old 17-07-2009, 08:34   #53
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I rather agree with a few posters here.
Foreign (to me) Heineken and Kronenberg from France. If you haven't tried it, you should!
American: Coors (not light)
Home Brewed (Canadian) Sleemans Cream Ale, Moosehead, and Crystal (in Ontario Only)

OK, so I'm not that fussy

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I'd have to bet that the beer that is most requested worldwide would be the famous English/Mexican beer. The el Presidente of Cervesa's...........I've ordered many myself.

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What a great name for a microbrew. You would outsell Budweiser.
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Sierra Nevada. I was so glad to find it at Reys in Panama. What a relief from the other Mexican and Central American beers that seem to be following the path to carbonated water that all the major Norte Americano brewers are going. I would agree that they would work only if the water supply is contaminated.
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Literally anything that is cold and not Budweiser. I have already wasted far too much of my life drinking that tasteless blech, and I have grown to detest it and everything associated with that vast empire.
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Cheap beer...I hate spilling expencive beer..it ruins my mood..and I dont alow bottles of beer on board either unless at dock.

My fridg has 3, 18 packs of Bush Beer in it at all times and 2 more stached under the aft bunk...Thoes are all mine... what are you bringing to drink?..
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If I'm drinking cheap beer I'll take a Beast Lite. I've polished away many a can hanging out with old friends at night on the docks with this beer....good times!
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