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  1. #16
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    Originally posted by Justintime
    Stella Artois.. you gotta have that.
    Strange, here in Belgium, Stella is not considered much of a great beer. They just make an presentation effort for the export.
    I'm gonna ask someone working over there if it's really the same liquid they put in our bottles and in those 1/2liters they send over the channel.
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    We actually have the Stella over here. The girlfriend loves that beer, so I imagine I will be at least buying a couple pints of that, if not for myself!

    Sounds like I will have to try those curry and chips... at least to give them a shot!

    And some good beer suggestions! Sounds like I have some drinkin ahead of me over there, which isn't such a bad thing...
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    Originally posted by Ponch
    Strange, here in Belgium, Stella is not considered much of a great beer. They just make an presentation effort for the export.
    I'm gonna ask someone working over there if it's really the same liquid they put in our bottles and in those 1/2liters they send over the channel.
    that's often the way. When I went to Australia they all thought it was hilarious that Fosters is so popular in the UK. Over there it's seen as an old man's drink.
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    Originally posted by Justintime
    Stella Artois.. you gotta have that.
    also known as wife beater to all us young ones every time we drink it someone ends up fighting, which results in all of us fighting
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    lol yeah i was gonna mention the wife beater thing

    unfortunate nickname for it, but stella is loony juice!
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