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Old 04-02-20, 10:59 AM
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Bring beer I might share lol

Got a delivery this morning.


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Old 04-02-20, 12:52 PM
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Old 04-02-20, 12:56 PM
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Originally Posted by indyfabz View Post
Me right now.


Oh man! That looks great and it’s a real beer. I’m stuck with Keystone Light

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Thanks for reminding me I need to put Beer on our H.E.B. grocery delivery.
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Originally Posted by Hondo Gravel View Post
Oh man! That looks great and it’s a real beer. I’m stuck with Keystone Light
Localish. From Harrisburg, PA.
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Originally Posted by indyfabz View Post
Localish. From Harrisburg, PA.
Cool. I like Pilsner style beers. Cruised through Harrisburg a few years ago going to visit Gettysburg. I was a Pennsylvanian when I was very young. Had a sled and would cruise down the hills in Pittsburgh in the winter. Last time I was in PA was in 2017 riding the GAP then the C&O very beautiful area.
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6.7% yes!
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Out there where old HB lives his beer choice is limited; gets a choice of horse piss or steer beer.
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And I am surprised you have to import your dead cow. I thought you would be able to sneak over to a neighbor's spread and pick a live one, take it home and cut it up into serving size portions. Put the horns on the handlebars of your bike...
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Originally Posted by ahsposo View Post
And I am surprised you have to import your dead cow. I thought you would be able to sneak over to a neighbor's spread and pick a live one, take it home and cut it up into serving size portions. Put the horns on the handlebars of your bike...
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Originally Posted by Hondo Gravel View Post
Cool. I like Pilsner style beers. Cruised through Harrisburg a few years ago going to visit Gettysburg. I was a Pennsylvanian when I was very young. Had a sled and would cruise down the hills in Pittsburgh in the winter. Last time I was in PA was in 2017 riding the GAP then the C&O very beautiful area.
Up until a couple years ago, it was not easy to find a good American traditional style Pilsner. That is, dry and hoppy with but a hint of malt sweetness.Now there are some. St Arnold's here in Houston brews a nice one: 5'Oclock Pils. They also brew a couple pretty decent IPAs.
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Originally Posted by desconhecido View Post
Up until a couple years ago, it was not easy to find a good American traditional style Pilsner. That is, dry and hoppy with but a hint of malt sweetness.Now there are some. St Arnold's here in Houston brews a nice one: 5'Oclock Pils. They also brew a couple pretty decent IPAs.
I got one case of this last year. A Founders rep was a my local liquor store, and was passing out samples. I'm an IPA guy first and foremost. This Pilsner leans in the IPA direction. I looked for it my next store visit, but they were out. It's seasonal. It was a winner IMHO.
https://foundersbrewing.com/our-beer/pilsner/
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one of the world’d truly great beers. was lucky enough to have it on tap a few years ago (very familiar with it in the bottle) and let’s just say it did not suck.
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one of the world’d truly great beers. was lucky enough to have it on tap a few years ago (very familiar with it in the bottle) and let’s just say it did not suck.

That looks like a great recovery drink. A full meal in one bottle.

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Ahsposo has awaken my inner Texan


Wait minute. Long horns on a Deere? Is that a violation of some natural order?
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Wait minute. Long horns on a Deere? Is that a violation of some natural order?
That in natural. Those horns grew on the hood of that lawn tractor. You ain’t from around here are ya?
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Someone brought back some Pennsylvania beer to my office. I had a few while watching a movie last night.


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Someone brought back some Pennsylvania beer to my office. I had a few while watching a movie last night.


The beer is good. The popcorn is a very addictive substance one kernel of popcorn is all it takes then it becomes thousands. This must be investigated. Once popcorn hits you’re town you have a popcorn problem.
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