Remember hearing this over and over and over and over and over...?
Originally Posted by KB4QAA
I remember Black Label as being a pretty good beer back in the '60s, but gradually going downhill when they attempted a new brewing process. But that was a long time ago and memories fade.
Last edited by W4HAY; 07-01-2012 at 03:19 PM.
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My Uncle used to drink Shlitz, that was the nastiest stuff ever!
XXXX and Powers are pretty bad, both originating in the Sunshine State (VK4). But in truth I have become a very refined beer drinker, my days of VB and Tooheys New are far far behind me.....its now Westmalle Tripple and Subite Morte, Jennings Snecklifter, Black Sheep Rigwelter etc that I like now. I am as they say....a amateur con-o-sewer of lagers, ales, porters and stouts.
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Many years ago, at a company school, I roomed with a fellow who was a beer can collector.
Washington, D.C. had a couple of places that catered to the can collectors. During that two
week school, I drank a LOT of really rotten beer so he could add to his collection. Fortunately,
I don't remember the names of any of it, but I know to stick with those that I know and enjoy!
The positive side of it was that HE paid for all the rotgut!
Originally Posted by WW7F
Next time there is a keg involved, use a CO2 tank to pressurize the keg. CO2 will not "destroy" the beer like room air will. The beer will keep for months, that's what I have at home. Not that it lasts for months, maybe weeks.
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