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    Thumbs up Top 3 favourite beers!


    1. Newcastle Brown Ale (aka: "$%^&ing awesome!")

    http://p.vtourist.com/802840-Brown_A..._upon_Tyne.jpg


    2. James Squire Amber Ale

    http://www.principals.com.au/_images...uire_pack4.jpg


    3. Sapporo

    http://www.atariya.co.uk/Delivery/sapporo.nama.jpg



    Haywards 5000 and Kilkenny also deserve a mention.

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    great thread

    1. budweiser

    2. budweiser

    3. heineken (for the special occasions )

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    1. Alexander Keith's

    2. Some Unibroue ales

    3. erm... Labatt Blue ?

    I mostly drink Keith's though

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    Guiness
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    211 (wish I could find it here.)
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    Coopers Sparkling

    Heineken

    *undecided about third*

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    1. Miller
    2. tennents
    3. Miller
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    If we're talking off-the-shelf beers, then:

    Tiger
    Nastro
    Leffe

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    my kinda guy martin- i guess ill give you the pass on choosing the non-american owned comany but i guess im still impressed you are drinking an american-made beer.

    how much is it over there? i guess thats considerd import to you? or does miller have a plant over there?

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    Guinness
    Guinness
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    Sam Smith's old brewery bitter
    Brooklyn Lager
    Boddington's

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    Yay I'm too young to drink, Only twelve, I don't plan to drink anytime either.
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    Originally posted by chemaholic
    Guinness
    Guinness
    Guinness
    i cant even drink that stuff, that must be your dinner as well as desert because after a few of them its like eating a steak

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    Originally posted by ThePerson98
    Yay I'm too young to drink, Only twelve, I don't plan to drink anytime either.
    really? i thought i was the youngest here (im 16)
    Last edited by Martin_89; May 28th, 2005 at 07:04 PM.
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    Aha! There's a new kid on the block.

    I'm a big Guinness fan too. Not really a beer though, is it? Mind you, I guess you could say the same for most bottled lagers, doh...

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    eh- its not really a beer and its not a hard liquor so i guess its in a class of its own

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