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Old 05-31-2009, 09:52 PM   #41
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I think this year I will actually go
here is some advice

1) try to buy the right amount of tickets, don't buy too many where you have left overs past the last day, but you don't want to have to wait in line either after every drink. (ticket lines are extremely long and boring)
2) get the 20$ glass + tickets, it tastes better in the glass, it might be an illusion, but I find you often get more and since the glass is taller there is less chance of spilling
3) There are food stalls that sell stuff like sausages, fries, pizza... they don't tend to use tickets (you pay in $) but you can go there a bit earlier sip and munch (it is not open until late I think 10 or 11 pm and the line gets long later in the evening).
4) I can’t remember if they accept debit, so bring cash
5) you can't taste everything, you can get one early on, but make the round and see what is there and what pulls your fancy before buying.

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Old 05-31-2009, 09:59 PM   #42
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Canadian beer.

American beer is like making love in a canoe.

It's f**king close to water.

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Oh please. Labatt Blue? Molson Ice? Moosehead?
Nasty.
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Old 05-31-2009, 10:22 PM   #43
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Oh please. Labatt Blue? Molson Ice? Moosehead?
Nasty.
Those are great beers...far from nasty.
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Old 05-31-2009, 10:32 PM   #44
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Those are great beers...far from nasty.
+1. Those are the "low end" beers here and they are still good.
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here is some advice
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Any pumpkin Ale ever made... my favorite being Punkin Ale by Dogfishhead
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Old 05-31-2009, 11:07 PM   #47
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That is an IPA I have never seen. I'd like to get my hands on that somehow.
Its new, If I find a bottle or two ill send it your way
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Old 05-31-2009, 11:13 PM   #48
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Any pumpkin Ale ever made... my favorite being Punkin Ale by Dogfishhead
I picked up a ton of this at my local ABC Liquor just after Christmas. They were selling it at 50% off, which was way too good of a deal to miss. A very nice beer.
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Old 05-31-2009, 11:13 PM   #49
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This is what's in my fridge right now:

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The bottom pic is from a Canadian brewer SLEEMAN. I like beers from all over the world and I vary it from week to week. Right now I'm on a bit of an Eastern European kick, and as any good beer lover knows, the Czech beers are some of the finest in the world. I have my standby Dutch beers as well like Grolsch and Heineken (can't stand Amstel) and in the summer I love Japanese beers.

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This is what's in my fridge right now:

The bottom pic is from a Canadian brewer SLEEMAN. I like beers from all over the world and I vary it from week to week. Right now I'm on a bit of an Eastern European kick, and as any good beer lover knows, the Czech beers are some of the finest in the world. I have my standby Dutch beers as well like Grolsch and Heineken (can't stand Amstel) and in the summer I love Japanese beers.

John
Amstel always reminds me of vacations in Greece, it was plentiful and cheap there and mixed really well with the Metaxa and Ouzo!

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Old 05-31-2009, 11:28 PM   #51
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This is what's in my fridge right now:

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The bottom pic is from a Canadian brewer SLEEMAN. I like beers from all over the world and I vary it from week to week. Right now I'm on a bit of an Eastern European kick, and as any good beer lover knows, the Czech beers are some of the finest in the world. I have my standby Dutch beers as well like Grolsch and Heineken (can't stand Amstel) and in the summer I love Japanese beers.

John
Where the hell did you get the Kozel?
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This is what's in my fridge right now:


The bottom pic is from a Canadian brewer SLEEMAN. I like beers from all over the world and I vary it from week to week. Right now I'm on a bit of an Eastern European kick, and as any good beer lover knows, the Czech beers are some of the finest in the world. I have my standby Dutch beers as well like Grolsch and Heineken (can't stand Amstel) and in the summer I love Japanese beers.

John
Ya we get Okocim here. A good Polish beer.

Another Czech beer: Staropramen

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Another Czech beer: Staropramen

Had a few indulgences of that one last week!

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Where the hell did you get the Kozel?
The LCBO (Liquor Control Board of Ontario)....they have a huge variety of imported beers.


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This i wanna try these.

10%



Geez 12%

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This i wanna try.

10% damn!

Lots of guys like really strong beer, but I'm not one of them. The alcohol tends to outweigh the taste.

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Anyone here go to Rock Bottom Brewery? They have some locations in the US. We have 4 of them in the Chicago area. They make their own beers: stouts, ales, bourbon barrel aged, etc. Great food too.

Was just there last night...brought home a growler of Czech Pilsnser Lager. Yes you can get jugs of beer to take home lol Just gotta drink them in a day or two.

http://www.rockbottom.com/Beer.php
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Had a few indulgences of that one last week!

John
If they can get any other Czech beers, I give Gambrinus my highest recommendation. It is the nectar of the beer gods. Also, Velvet is a decent beer, but you have to pour is properly to enjoy it thoroughly (all head, I kid you not).


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If they can get any other Czech beers, I give Gambrinus my highest recommendation. It is the nectar of the beer gods. Also, Velvet is a decent beer, but you have to pour is properly to enjoy it thoroughly (all head, I kid you not).

Can't say I've lubricated my throat with those. Will have a look on my next sojourn to the LCBO!

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I just went to the store to get some Vodka for gummy-bears.... and ended up picking up TWO CASES of Bell's Double-Cream Stout

all warm though.... gotta wait
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