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What is it gonna be?

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I mean what is gonna be the beer of Guitars Canada? Well, if one of us comes up with something *earth shattering* in some kind of way, we're going to have to raise our glasses for a toast. Who's gonna buy the rounds sort of thing? Lots of good beer in Canada...

So what is it going to be? I'll start it out. Here's an example:

A round of "Rickards" on me! This guy is alright!

Well, it doesn't sound that cool. But a nice cold Rickards, especially the Red, is cool with me.

What's yours?:DevilGuitar:
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marshallman said:
50! 'hatha boy! just like his ol' man! :D :D

Moosehead goes down good with a pound of goat cheese :D :D

It's good beer, but I think it's an Ontario thing. I may be wrong.
ofender said:
50! 'hatha boy! just like his ol' man!

Moosehead goes down good with a pound of goat cheese

It's good beer, but I think it's an Ontario thing. I may be wrong.
I know it's a matter of taste, but I'll never refuse a beer. They're all good in my book.:rockon:
marshallman said:
I know it's a matter of taste, but I'll never refuse a beer. They're all good in my book.:rockon:
hey, I'm just yanking yer chain. My old man always had his 24 of 50 *stashed* somewhere in the basement. I drank a lot of 50... ;)
Just got home, was in da mood for a brewsky so I stopped by and picked up a little 6 of Steelback *Red*. It's not as *red* as let's say a Rickards Red but it's pretty good. There's just one thing, and I hope that this is not the way o' da future, it's in a plastic bottle... with a screw cap!! I like my beer in a glass bottle and it feels a little strange.

On the other hand, no more beer bottle shattering if and when they hit the floor and it's "refundable where applicable" so it'll be lighter when I return the empties...:food-smiley-015:
...i am absolutely addicted to mcewans india pale ale, a scottish beer. extremely hard to find, for some reason.

has anyone tried it?
There's always Canadian in the fridge, but I treat myself to Guinness.

So, uhhh, no one mentioned Trois Pistoles.
10% by volume and comes in a pint bottle with a real cork.

*ahem* tabernac.
In honour of the "starving musician", I nominate Lucky Lager:
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So glad I don't have a taste for beer.

Actually, that's putting it mildly. Not only do I not like the taste. I also don't particularly enjoy the company of those who indulge for the most part (at least while they're indulging).

Enjoy!
So glad I don't have a taste for beer.

Actually, that's putting it mildly. Not only do I not like the taste. I also don't particularly enjoy the company of those who indulge for the most part (at least while they're indulging).

Enjoy!


Hmmm, quite.
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Actually, my comments go for alcohol in general.
There is a difference between those who indulge and those who casually enjoy 1-2.

In general I do feel that people change quite a lot when their personality changes due to drinking.
As a non-drinker, I always find it somewhat amusing, often shaking my head, at how people's behavior changes and intelligence lowers, the more inebriated they get.

I remember one time a long time ago when some friends and I would get together and regularly get blotto while discussing life, the universe and everything. One night, we thought that we should record all these brilliant discussions of which we only could muster a vague memory the next day.

Listening back to those tapes was so embarrassing, the discussions so heartfelt yet so inane and silly, that it was overwhelmingly decided to not just erase them, but throw them in the fire to destroy them as quickly and thoroughly as possible. It was good for a laugh, but I vowed not only to never be recorded in a state of inebriation ever again, but also to never think for a second that booze and recreational drugs make anyone smarter in any way.

That being said, I do sometimes miss my Guinness Dark Ale...
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but also to never think for a second that booze and recreational drugs make anyone smarter in any way.
Drank a lot in my college days. It certainly didn't help my education.

I too have a very low tolerance for excessive drinkers. But I do like to have a good beer. Typically when the wife and I are making dinner I have my one beer.

Too add to the list:
Asahi (Japan)
Becks (Germany)
Warsteiner (Germany)
Windhoek (Namibia)

Domestic - Alexander Keith's IPA, and Upper Canada Lager.
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I find it amusing someone dug up an 8 year old thread just to go high horse on people who enjoy having a few drinks...
I'm on the left and my wife's on the right.

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If it were available here, this might go over with the metal players...

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as long as it's wet and alcoholic.

The one and only!:food-smiley-004:

alka seltzer, tang and a 50 / it's all over / hangover
I find it amusing someone dug up an 8 year old thread just to go high horse on people who enjoy having a few drinks...
Actually I didn't go digging. For some reason this thread was at the top. I merely responded.

As for the high horse BS, you're entitled to your opinion.

Walk into a bar sober sometime and hang out for a half hour near closing time. Then tell me how high my horse is again.
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Working afternoon shift, I've shown up at parties/bars after everyone's
half in the bag. Funny shit. Then I pound it back to catch up. lol.
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