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LOL!!!...You won't be drinking much of that if you are on a "beer budget"
I read a quote from Townshend long before the interwebs thanking courvoisier for making their product so expensive that even he couldn’t afford it ... lol
 

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One beer complicates life. I drink Sleeman Original Draft in the summer and Old Milwaukee in the winter. Both are brewed in Guelph so it does not cause problems with my beer origin politics. My preference is Old Milwaukee. Clear bottles in the summer so I am sure I am not going to swallow a wasp is essential, so the Sleeman would win out if I had to choose a single beer year round..... luckily I don't. Now you know, there are beer connoisseurs and beer freaks.
 

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Walkerville Honest Lager


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One beer only? Keiths. I can drink that cold or warm, summer or winter, in a can, bottle or glass.

If I could have two though it would be:
Summer: Ellicottville Blueberry Wheat Ale (From New York State)
Winter: Cameron's Cosmic Cream Ale (From Oakville, On)
 

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I can;t stand any Canadian Beer, they are all too hoppy. I'll take a Trappist ale or a Gueuze beer any day. Belle-Vue Kriek.
 
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