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  1. john b

    Beer abuse

    So I wander in to a nearby liquor store, which has been around for years, but has recently built a brand new huge store on the rear of their property and knocked down the old building. They installed a long row of brand spanking new refrigerated beer shelves. Looks nice so far...but then I notice the lights Big, bright fluorescent lights line each level of shelves. The Victory Prima Pils looks at me with big puppy dog eyes and a look of distress . He's begging , "Save me from the light!" The Pilsner Urqell is pleading, "Put me in the dark. I can't take it anymore!" I respond, "Sorry pals, mean Mr. Light already done you in." I just don't get it. New store, pretty nice selection of beer and wine (I ended up buying a bottle of Ommegang Three Philosophers and a four pack of Dogfish Head Au Courant from the regular, unlit, unrefrigerated shelves), but they are destroying their beer.
  2. LJC

    Can't find in the U.S.

    I have found that many beers that I enjoy while traveling outside of the states are not available here. A friend of mine imports many different product from all around the world and we have been talking about starting a beer importing business. We have been focusing on beers of latin america and asia but are interested other continents as well; africa and australia. Please let me know what beers you wish you could find here and where they are from. Thanks!
  3. cdh

    Celis beers

    Michigan Brewing Co appears to be making Celis beers... Has anybody had the opportunity to give the revived Celis a try? Does it live up to its former glory? The website makes it look like the Celis is being shipped back to Austin, which makes one wonder why the brewing moved from there to Michigan in the first place... Anybody know anything about the future plans to broaden distribution? I'm really missing my Celis... the closing of the Austin brewery was a tragedy... but the worse tragedy was the decision to cut the distribution before they closed the plant.
  4. ChzHead

    GABF

    I've got my ticket.....and I'm working on getting some brewmaster tickets too. Has anybody been to the Great American Beer Festival? Any pointers for a first timer? Cheers!
  5. Stone

    Sam Adams Lager

    I had this on Saturday for the first time in a long while. It was surprisingly hoppy for a lager. At first I thought the keg might be mislabeled.
  6. Jason Perlow

    Morimoto Ales

    http://www.chefmorimoto.com/beer/beerinternal.htm Anyone try either of these two?
  7. Varmint

    The Beer Machine

    The name must have taken a crackerjack marketing staff months to develop. Yes, it's "The Beer Machine" (and I'm not referring to Schielke here, either): http://www.beermachine.com
  8. tommyf

    Beer Can Sizes

    Hi, does anyone know the laws regarding the different sizes of beer cans allowed in the US? Do any such laws exist? If so are these regualtions national or state wide. If anyone knows the answers to any of these questions I'd be really grateful. Thanks
  9. ctgm

    Light beer

    I don't really get the point of these light/ultra beers that the US is seemingly so keen on. Sure we get some weaker beers in the UK, but except from some bitters at about 3.5-4%, I do not know anyone who drinks them. Could someone enlighten me as to why they exist?
  10. Who says a prophet is without honor in his own home town? A TASTE OF NEW YORK IN PHILADELPHIA ONE NIGHT ONLY! (and that’s enough) Celebrate LEW BRYSON’S latest book, NEW YORK BREWERIES THURSDAY, AUGUST 28, 2003 @ 7:30PM at the GREY LODGE PUBLIC HOUSE 6235 Frankford Avenue, Philadelphia Hear some hilarious and mouthwatering stories from LEW BRYSON’S new book, get a personally autographed copy of NEW YORK BREWERIES, and enjoy some distinctive New York beers on tap in the friendly, cozy, retro, funky atmosphere of the GREY LODGE! CASH BAR - LOTSA MUNCHIES - FUN
  11. tommy

    Beer drinking team

    finally, a team where i could make a difference. http://www.msnbc.com/news/947292.asp?vts=080220032230
  12. http://www.newscientist.com/lastword/artic...le.jsp?id=lw997
  13. awbrig

    Varieties of Guiness

    I wanted a Guiness. Go to my liquor store and now there are at least 3 different but similar kinds. 4 pack tall cans with H2o cartridges or something 6 pack bottles with the same cartridges 6 pack bottles sans cartridges Do they taste the same or are they different? What to get for the true Irish Pub Guiness like-experience? Thanks.
  14. If the devil himself drank beer, this is what it would be.
  15. tommy

    Michelob Ultra

    michelob has introduced Michelob Ultra, which is light, and has only 2.6 grams of carbs ta boot. this, no doubt, is great news for drinkers who pretend to be on the Atkins diet.
  16. for the "best" beer one can EASILY purchase in the US, which is the better selection: anchor steam or sierra pale ale?? obviously aware of a zillion others, BUT after reading, tasting (the best part); appears that a rough consensus emerges between the above two with the deciding factor being "easily able to purchase!!! san miguel dark supposely considered superior, BUT can not find, even in manhattan!!! thoughts appreciated.
  17. mogsob

    Gales HSB

    I discovered Gales HSB this weekend on a trip to Hampshire. I know Gales' is pretty much a regional company and does not own any pubs in London, but I was wondering if any London eGulleters have encountered HSB as a guest anywhere? For my 2 quid it was vastly superior to most of the more common bitters served in London.
  18. On the 200th anniversary of Arthur Guiness's death.
  19. I havent seen this question here but am curious how much beer people, from across the world, can handle. I understand it has a lot to do with what kind of brew, what you ate that evening and other circumstances but this should get the ball rolling...
  20. Has anyone here joined this? I'm very likely going to. I think it's about $35 a month for 12 beers - the one that sounds most interesting to me is the hodgepodge one - 4 belgians, 4 international and 4 american beers.
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