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Styrmir
Gallente
Cut Throats And Wise Guys
Posted - 2005.04.16 01:41:00 - [31]
 

For me it is no doubt the Icekandic beer "Viking". I can not fathom how many liters I have bought of that stuff! Shocked

Safaomae
Amarr
PCG Enterprises
Huzzah Federation
Posted - 2005.04.16 01:46:00 - [32]
 

Originally by: Rick Dentill
(Note to our American pals, 1 uk pint = 1.14 US pints I believe).

whaaat...?

crazy americans, why not sell it in proper pints, or in litres? the mind boggles... or is 1.14 pints equivilent to some nice round metric number?

as for my beverage of choice... I do quite like san miguel. most largers are good, so long as they are chilled.

Andicuri Vas
Gallente
Aliastra
Posted - 2005.04.16 04:27:00 - [33]
 

Originally by: Safaomae
Originally by: Rick Dentill
(Note to our American pals, 1 uk pint = 1.14 US pints I believe).

whaaat...?

crazy americans, why not sell it in proper pints, or in litres? the mind boggles... or is 1.14 pints equivilent to some nice round metric number?

as for my beverage of choice... I do quite like san miguel. most largers are good, so long as they are chilled.


Pint Schmint!

You haven't lived until you've experienced the 12 aluminum clad ounces of Milwaukee's Original Pabst Blue Ribbon

Pickled eggs sold seperately.

AV


Vydek Daamth
Posted - 2005.04.16 06:54:00 - [34]
 

Okay as an american I need to ask from someone whos british. (Or maybe just a person who enjoys guinness)
I've had friends who tell me I need to drink guinness ice cold (freezer ice cold)?
Or warm (room temperature)-(maybe even microwaved a bit warmer)?
But I have to ask as most bars/pubs IF they have guinness on tap its served chilled.

I like thick dark beers, Black Butte is my favorite.
I have tried an honey oatmeal beer and it was damn good with a nice roastbeef sandwich.
Its also nice to drink a beer that isnt so hoppy and leaves a great complicated aftertase like a honey beer/ale or a chocolate beer. (You'd be suprised how many dark beers have a chocolate aftertaste if most people took the time to taste it)
All in all its ales 4TW though.

Beringe
Caldari
Mercurialis Inc.
Posted - 2005.04.16 07:02:00 - [35]
 

Guinness, like many heavier beers, is supposed to be served only slightly cooler than room temperature. Much like cheese, the full flavor is untapped when chilled.

So I suppose it depends on what you mean by "warm". If you mean "not cold", I think you're way off. However, chilling often makes complex beers more tolerable to some palates precisely because it obscured a lot of the flavor.

Fasute Sethnakte
Amarr
PIE Inc.
Posted - 2005.04.16 07:03:00 - [36]
 

Edited by: Fasute Sethnakte on 16/04/2005 07:03:52
Old Style. With a Vienna Beef Red Hot. In bleacher seats at Wrigley. Prefferably left field.

corporal hicks
Gallente
Naughty 40
Posted - 2005.04.16 07:16:00 - [37]
 

Originally by: DUFFMANX
Firstly to those that said guinness, UR ALL SICK cos that stuff is vile as hellughIm irish and i think it sucksTwisted Evil

Secondly gotta agree with Ghost Red that alot of beer thats been named is pee water, Grolsh is decent enough for a snakebite thoughWink

Although my fav got to be vodka + redbull or just the vodki straight up(the fun way to drink)Very Happy


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Safaomae
Amarr
PCG Enterprises
Huzzah Federation
Posted - 2005.04.16 11:23:00 - [38]
 

Originally by: Andicuri Vas


Pint Schmint!

You haven't lived until you've experienced the 12 aluminum clad ounces of Milwaukee's Original Pabst Blue Ribbon

Pickled eggs sold seperately.

AV




In that case I shall have to try and sample some of these proper redneck aluminium glad beverages when I visit your crazy country next year Wink

Rodj Blake
Amarr
PIE Inc.
Posted - 2005.04.16 13:23:00 - [39]
 

Originally by: Beringe
Guinness, like many heavier beers, is supposed to be served only slightly cooler than room temperature. Much like cheese, the full flavor is untapped when chilled.

So I suppose it depends on what you mean by "warm". If you mean "not cold", I think you're way off. However, chilling often makes complex beers more tolerable to some palates precisely because it obscured a lot of the flavor.


Traditional Guinness should be served at "cellar temperature", which is I guess around 15C.

There is however a more recent brew known as "Guinness Extra Cold", which is designed with the American fad of chilly beer in mind Wink

Pegas
Posted - 2005.04.16 13:32:00 - [40]
 

Originally by: Joshua Calvert
A bottle of corona with a slice of lime stuffed into the neck is my tipple of the moment.

I have to agree with Mr Xetic on this one....
Although I usualy go with Stella Artois....always puts me in the mood and always gets me kill msils (mine or of some other guy...doesn`t realy matter.....fun fun fun YARRRR!! )
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Yolan
Quantum Industries
RAZOR Alliance
Posted - 2005.04.16 14:14:00 - [41]
 

Killkenny all the way. Its like a beutiful woman coming upto you and sitting on your lap whilst whispering sweet nothings into your ear all night then as you get up to leave..........

SHE PULLS OUT A FKN BASEBALL BAT AND CLUBS YOUR HEAD IN!!!

Maule
Amarr
Destructive Influence
Northern Coalition.
Posted - 2005.04.17 02:16:00 - [42]
 

Grøn Tuborg.
Other than that. Heineken, Budweiser and some black irish ale. cant remember the name tho.

H0ot
Posted - 2005.04.17 03:48:00 - [43]
 

Kingfisher or Grolsch. I prefer Kingfisher though.

Tairos Hakonnus
Caldari
Deep Core Mining Inc.
Posted - 2005.04.17 04:13:00 - [44]
 

One of my favorite beers is Amstel Bright, I had it in Curacao and if I'm not mistaken that's the only place you can find it.

It tastes like a Corona only much better, at least imo...

Draxx
FATAL REVELATIONS
FATAL Alliance
Posted - 2005.04.17 11:10:00 - [45]
 

Depends where i am.

Old Peculiar or Bass or Tetley when in the U.K. ( or Roger & Out if i want to get really wasted really fast)

Hoegaarden when in Holland

Angaro
Gallente
Jericho Fraction
The Star Fraction
Posted - 2005.04.17 15:15:00 - [46]
 

Stella Artois ftw! Unfortunately it leaves a bad taste in your mouth when you wake up (at home or in the hospital :P). Worse than most other beers I mean.

Might have something to do with living where it is brewn (Leuven) too.

Leitari
Evolution
Band of Brothers
Posted - 2005.04.17 18:37:00 - [47]
 

went to austria once, I really like the beers there, specially all the pubs that brew their own beer.

Chucky
HEAVEN'S DEATH DEALER'S
V.I.R.A.L.
Posted - 2005.04.17 19:44:00 - [48]
 

Guinness, hard to call it beer though since its so much betterRazz Of beer varitys in no order and depending where your at Samuel Adams, Dos Equis and BecksSmile Pity I don't drink anymoreCrying or Very sad

Sleazy Cabbie
Posted - 2005.04.17 22:43:00 - [49]
 

Heineken, Bud, Sammy Adams, Guiness Stout, all very rich satisfying beers.

Beer is to satisfy a deep down thirst, its not for getting drunk on.

For a party, triple vodka wash it down with a guiness stout, it'll losen your inhibitions right quick.

Dinner calls for wine, preferably red, preferably Merlot, preferably Georgian (best wines in the world come from former Soviet Georgia.)


Liger
KTHNXDIE
Posted - 2005.04.18 11:21:00 - [50]
 

Grolsch Beugeltje....aint nothing better.

Naos Zapatero
Gallente
The Scope
Posted - 2005.04.18 14:32:00 - [51]
 

Can't beat Hoegaarden Very Happy


jamesw
Omniscient Order
Cruel Intentions
Posted - 2005.04.18 15:11:00 - [52]
 

Like my Coopers Sparkling Ale.

Also like my Becks Very Happy

Gariuys
Evil Strangers Inc.
Posted - 2005.04.18 15:47:00 - [53]
 

Heineken, Corona/Desporado and Hertog Jan are all nice.

Gariuys
Evil Strangers Inc.
Posted - 2005.04.18 15:48:00 - [54]
 

Originally by: Naos Zapatero
Can't beat Hoegaarden Very Happy




Absolutely love their white on a hot summer day.Very Happy


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