unyon: DRTFA, but the proper size of a beer is an imperial pint. That's 20 imperial fluid ounces, or 568ml.Not 12 oz, and certainly not an undersized 473ml US pint.
willfullyobscure: It's always been that way. People that don't like Budweiser don't know how to drink it: in the blazing heat, thirsty and sore from working at a hard job - framing a house, roofing, asphalt- a cold can of Bud is the exact right amount of calories, nutrients, and water to pick you right back up. You can't ever drink enough of it to get drunk, you don't have to have a gut full of water sloshing around and sports drinks don't make you happier when you drink themWorking class gatorade, that's what it really is.
Weatherkiss: I guess I can look forward to seeing a bunch of lardasses drink this 'fit' beer in a vain attempt to make it look like they're interested in physical fitness./likely while they're wearing tracksuits
powhound: Ahhh.... the aftertaste of a hash run:
Anayalator: So, work out more after working out?
Rapmaster2000: Meh. I always have a beer after WHILE working out.
Sudo_Make_Me_A_Sandwich: powhound: Ahhh.... the aftertaste of a hash run:That looks like a helluva down-down.
CleanAndPure: Its bound to suck. Its Canadian beer.
willfullyobscure: It's always been that way. People that don't like Budweiser don't know how to drink it: in the blazing heat, thirsty and sore from working at a hard job
Day_Old_Dutchie: Your basic domestic corporate suds goes down great after doing yard work on a hot day. Hence, lawnmower beer.
PullItOut: Sudo_Make_Me_A_Sandwich: powhound: Ahhh.... the aftertaste of a hash run:That looks like a helluva down-down.Ah, the taste of shiatty beer mixed with plastic. Tastes better than mixing it with ass-crack, I suppose./ON-ON
waterrockets: Fark. That. Heavy chocolate milk after a bike race or hard training ride, once the nausea starts to fade.
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