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(Tampa Bay Online)   News: Truck overturns and closes street. Tragedy: Beer truck. Burning question: For the love of Fark, what type of Beer?   (tbo.com) divider line 27
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2014-02-28 12:21:14 PM
Hey schlubby....

AHEM...

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just for you stubbs..

www.funlyest.com
 
2014-02-28 12:34:35 PM
 
2014-02-28 01:58:55 PM
Can us Farkers join in on the recovery effort?

www.rocklej.com
 
2014-02-28 01:59:24 PM
i527.photobucket.com
 
2014-02-28 02:03:56 PM
It's now Yeast Ybor.
 
2014-02-28 02:04:35 PM
I bet it was one of the godawful hops bombs that are all the rage with hipster douche bags these days. No loss.
 
2014-02-28 02:11:07 PM
Indeed. A 3-sentence "news" story missing the most pertinent facts.
 
2014-02-28 02:12:35 PM
Beer? Meh.  If that was a truckload of Pappy's, I'd be in tears.
 
2014-02-28 02:20:49 PM

bearded clamorer: Blue Moon


The truck has the Blue Moon logo but I'm sure it was hauling other types as well.

/God, I hope it was only Blue Moon.  No loss there.
 
2014-02-28 02:24:16 PM
bikerbob59


bearded clamorer: Blue Moon


The truck has the Blue Moon logo but I'm sure it was hauling other types as well.

/God, I hope it was only Blue Moon. No loss there.


Isn't Blue Moon owned by Coors or something making it a macro-microbrew (like Sam Adams)
 
2014-02-28 02:25:42 PM

bikerbob59: bearded clamorer: Blue Moon

The truck has the Blue Moon logo but I'm sure it was hauling other types as well.

/God, I hope it was only Blue Moon.  No loss there.


Blue Moon isn't bad as far as macrobrews go. I guess it's not cool to like it. Oh well.
 
2014-02-28 02:29:28 PM
Got nothin'.

Seriously, my hands are empty over here. For the love of Sam, pass me a beer.

/not one on fire, a cold one. Do I look English to you?
 
2014-02-28 02:32:25 PM
They brew Landshark in Fl.  Any others or was it just passing through?
 
2014-02-28 02:35:51 PM
another sad case of alcohol abuse.
 
2014-02-28 02:44:45 PM

grimlock1972: another sad case of alcohol abuse.


i imagine it was more than * puts on sunglasses * a case

/i see my hop bomb troll failed miserably
//y'all smrt
 
2014-02-28 03:04:00 PM
You can see the keg markings (red stripe under red squares) in a couple of the pics.  It looks like Yuengling and they have a brewery in Tampa.
 
2014-02-28 03:23:38 PM

H31N0US: bikerbob59: bearded clamorer: Blue Moon

The truck has the Blue Moon logo but I'm sure it was hauling other types as well.

/God, I hope it was only Blue Moon.  No loss there.

Blue Moon isn't bad as far as macrobrews go. I guess it's not cool to like it. Oh well.


I don't like it because I don't like it. Like IPA's. I don't understand why people like those, either.

As long as I don't have to drink it, who am I to judge, though?
 
2014-02-28 03:29:16 PM
Must have been a truck full of the stuff they serve in TV shows and movies when people come in and order "a beer".
 
2014-02-28 03:43:56 PM

funzyr: H31N0US: bikerbob59: bearded clamorer: Blue Moon

The truck has the Blue Moon logo but I'm sure it was hauling other types as well.

/God, I hope it was only Blue Moon.  No loss there.

Blue Moon isn't bad as far as macrobrews go. I guess it's not cool to like it. Oh well.

I don't like it because I don't like it. Like IPA's. I don't understand why people like those, either.

As long as I don't have to drink it, who am I to judge, though?


Sometimes I want an IPA. Usually on hot summer days. Maybe that's because I know the history of IPAs, the bitterness was found appealing in the subcontinental heat. Interestingly, my Chinese mother in law always tries to give me some bitter vegetable when it's super hot out.

Anyway sometimes I just want a super cold Bud regular or Miller Lite. The only beers I can't drink: Coors and Bud Lite, Michelob Ultra, Skol, and PBR, because farking hipsters are annoying.
 
2014-02-28 03:57:39 PM
if i remember from my transportation days there is a coor's plant and a bud plant in that part of florida
 
2014-02-28 04:12:28 PM
also, just because the Blue moon logo was on the truck, foes not meen bluemoon was on it.
Blue moon is Molson/Coors and it was most likely a distributors truck.

most major distributors that deal with Craft beer are usually going to be AB flagship distributors.
 
2014-02-28 04:17:52 PM
Hey it wasn't a total loss. There are gonna be some very happy earthworms in that patch of dirt.
 
2014-02-28 04:22:52 PM

H31N0US: funzyr: H31N0US: bikerbob59: bearded clamorer: Blue Moon

The truck has the Blue Moon logo but I'm sure it was hauling other types as well.

/God, I hope it was only Blue Moon.  No loss there.

Blue Moon isn't bad as far as macrobrews go. I guess it's not cool to like it. Oh well.

I don't like it because I don't like it. Like IPA's. I don't understand why people like those, either.

As long as I don't have to drink it, who am I to judge, though?

Sometimes I want an IPA. Usually on hot summer days. Maybe that's because I know the history of IPAs, the bitterness was found appealing in the subcontinental heat. Interestingly, my Chinese mother in law always tries to give me some bitter vegetable when it's super hot out.

Anyway sometimes I just want a super cold Bud regular or Miller Lite. The only beers I can't drink: Coors and Bud Lite, Michelob Ultra, Skol, and PBR, because farking hipsters are annoying.


IPA on the sub continent was an export product for british subjects living down there.. the beer was brewed high in alcohol and hops as both act as preservatives. it was a rather long journey from the brewery in england and to the destinations in india back then

the beer was shipped in wooden barrels that were lined with brewers pitch so there was no mingling of wood flavor in the beer.

once the IPA got to it's destination, it would be diluted with boiled water to it's desired serving strength. usually around 4.5-5%abv

the entire point of the original IPA's was to ship a concentrated product to save space and weight for shipping to a place where british subjects were dying from water born deseases.
 
2014-02-28 04:50:15 PM

gp23: You can see the keg markings (red stripe under red squares) in a couple of the pics.  It looks like Yuengling and they have a brewery in Tampa.


Didn't the Yuengling brewery in Tampa have a fire not too long ago?
 
2014-02-28 05:22:11 PM

Cerebral Knievel: H31N0US: funzyr: H31N0US: bikerbob59: bearded clamorer: Blue Moon

The truck has the Blue Moon logo but I'm sure it was hauling other types as well.

/God, I hope it was only Blue Moon.  No loss there.

Blue Moon isn't bad as far as macrobrews go. I guess it's not cool to like it. Oh well.

I don't like it because I don't like it. Like IPA's. I don't understand why people like those, either.

As long as I don't have to drink it, who am I to judge, though?

Sometimes I want an IPA. Usually on hot summer days. Maybe that's because I know the history of IPAs, the bitterness was found appealing in the subcontinental heat. Interestingly, my Chinese mother in law always tries to give me some bitter vegetable when it's super hot out.

Anyway sometimes I just want a super cold Bud regular or Miller Lite. The only beers I can't drink: Coors and Bud Lite, Michelob Ultra, Skol, and PBR, because farking hipsters are annoying.

IPA on the sub continent was an export product for british subjects living down there.. the beer was brewed high in alcohol and hops as both act as preservatives. it was a rather long journey from the brewery in england and to the destinations in india back then

the beer was shipped in wooden barrels that were lined with brewers pitch so there was no mingling of wood flavor in the beer.

once the IPA got to it's destination, it would be diluted with boiled water to it's desired serving strength. usually around 4.5-5%abv

the entire point of the original IPA's was to ship a concentrated product to save space and weight for shipping to a place where british subjects were dying from water born deseases.


There's a bit of a myth surrounding its history; it was never much stronger than average in terms of alcohol content, and was likely developed as just another beer sold to traders bound for India.
 
2014-02-28 07:04:53 PM
I like Blue Moon!

www.bbc.co.uk
 
2014-02-28 07:58:45 PM

busy chillin': grimlock1972: another sad case of alcohol abuse.

i imagine it was more than * puts on sunglasses * a case

/i see my hop bomb troll failed miserably
//y'all smrt


Yeaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaah!
 
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