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(Courier Mail)   After a beer truck spills its load on the street, people in the area help the driver collect his fallen goods. Just kidding. They run off with the beer in the name of souveniring. "The beer was off the street in about a minute"   (couriermail.com.au) divider line 11
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2012-10-09 11:17:31 AM  
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Father_Jack: Bruxellensis: pute kisses like a man: Plastic Trash Vortex: Father_Jack: ADHD Librarian: Albert911emt: What kind of "beer"? Good stuff, or the yellow shiat?

DNRTFA

Semi-good stuff. Coopers make good beer but the colour of the can makes me think it is a mid-strength. Plus, it is in a can which always makes beer taste awful. Now, if it was bottles of coopers with a nice green label it'd be a very nice pale ale, red would be the sparkling then there is their stout (which I used to drink in winter after rugby training when I lived in Adelaide).
\memories

just because a beer is in a can does not make it taste bad. i dont understand this.

People who do not know what they are talking about spreading misinformation.

actually, beer in a can is likely to stay better preserved than beer in a bottle, since it suffers no damage from light.

Ayup. Gotta pour into a glass, though.

THIS.

the glass is the important part.

and the glass must be freshly washed and still contain traces of moisture inside. Ideally it should be thin.

the british pint glass or the german hefeweizen glass are the best of breed in this regard. big thick glasses are no good.


Thick glasses are fine, but I agree on all other accounts. I do like sipping from a thin glass for some styles, but I've got a couple (thick) German dimple steins that are great drinking glasses.
2012-10-09 10:02:38 AM  
1 votes:

Bruxellensis: pute kisses like a man: Plastic Trash Vortex: Father_Jack: ADHD Librarian: Albert911emt: What kind of "beer"? Good stuff, or the yellow shiat?

DNRTFA

Semi-good stuff. Coopers make good beer but the colour of the can makes me think it is a mid-strength. Plus, it is in a can which always makes beer taste awful. Now, if it was bottles of coopers with a nice green label it'd be a very nice pale ale, red would be the sparkling then there is their stout (which I used to drink in winter after rugby training when I lived in Adelaide).
\memories

just because a beer is in a can does not make it taste bad. i dont understand this.

People who do not know what they are talking about spreading misinformation.

actually, beer in a can is likely to stay better preserved than beer in a bottle, since it suffers no damage from light.

Ayup. Gotta pour into a glass, though.


THIS.

the glass is the important part.

and the glass must be freshly washed and still contain traces of moisture inside. Ideally it should be thin.

the british pint glass or the german hefeweizen glass are the best of breed in this regard. big thick glasses are no good.
2012-10-09 09:50:20 AM  
1 votes:

pute kisses like a man: Plastic Trash Vortex: Father_Jack: ADHD Librarian: Albert911emt: What kind of "beer"? Good stuff, or the yellow shiat?

DNRTFA

Semi-good stuff. Coopers make good beer but the colour of the can makes me think it is a mid-strength. Plus, it is in a can which always makes beer taste awful. Now, if it was bottles of coopers with a nice green label it'd be a very nice pale ale, red would be the sparkling then there is their stout (which I used to drink in winter after rugby training when I lived in Adelaide).
\memories

just because a beer is in a can does not make it taste bad. i dont understand this.

People who do not know what they are talking about spreading misinformation.

actually, beer in a can is likely to stay better preserved than beer in a bottle, since it suffers no damage from light.


Ayup. Gotta pour into a glass, though.
2012-10-09 09:43:16 AM  
1 votes:

filter: Heineken is the Budweiser of the Netherlands--- never understood the love there.


the budweiser of the netherlands is a lot better than the budweiser of the US.

also, stella is probably even lower brow than heineken. still better than budweiser.

on a final note, ever tried the budweiser beer that tries to be beer? I forgot what they were calling it and I haven't seen it in stores in a while. but, I had one once, and thought... well, it's not poison... though, it won't be joining my list of beers that I choose. 

/ and, if you wonder about the love in the US, you should wonder a helluva lot more about the love for budweiser in europe.
2012-10-09 09:38:50 AM  
1 votes:

Plastic Trash Vortex: Father_Jack: ADHD Librarian: Albert911emt: What kind of "beer"? Good stuff, or the yellow shiat?

DNRTFA

Semi-good stuff. Coopers make good beer but the colour of the can makes me think it is a mid-strength. Plus, it is in a can which always makes beer taste awful. Now, if it was bottles of coopers with a nice green label it'd be a very nice pale ale, red would be the sparkling then there is their stout (which I used to drink in winter after rugby training when I lived in Adelaide).
\memories

just because a beer is in a can does not make it taste bad. i dont understand this.

People who do not know what they are talking about spreading misinformation.


actually, beer in a can is likely to stay better preserved than beer in a bottle, since it suffers no damage from light.
2012-10-09 09:20:32 AM  
1 votes:

El_Swino: "Souveniring" is a much nicer word than "looting".


White people go "souveniring", black people loot.
2012-10-09 08:36:43 AM  
1 votes:

Father_Jack: ADHD Librarian: Albert911emt: What kind of "beer"? Good stuff, or the yellow shiat?

DNRTFA

Semi-good stuff. Coopers make good beer but the colour of the can makes me think it is a mid-strength. Plus, it is in a can which always makes beer taste awful. Now, if it was bottles of coopers with a nice green label it'd be a very nice pale ale, red would be the sparkling then there is their stout (which I used to drink in winter after rugby training when I lived in Adelaide).
\memories

just because a beer is in a can does not make it taste bad. i dont understand this.


People who do not know what they are talking about spreading misinformation.
2012-10-09 08:31:02 AM  
1 votes:

ADHD Librarian: Albert911emt: What kind of "beer"? Good stuff, or the yellow shiat?

DNRTFA

Semi-good stuff. Coopers make good beer but the colour of the can makes me think it is a mid-strength. Plus, it is in a can which always makes beer taste awful. Now, if it was bottles of coopers with a nice green label it'd be a very nice pale ale, red would be the sparkling then there is their stout (which I used to drink in winter after rugby training when I lived in Adelaide).
\memories


just because a beer is in a can does not make it taste bad. i dont understand this.
2012-10-09 07:37:36 AM  
1 votes:
MMmmm, Coopers.
2012-10-09 06:42:52 AM  
1 votes:
They take litter control seriously.
2012-10-09 04:59:55 AM  
1 votes:
FTFA-
A ute
souveniring
scarpering

Free beer!
 
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