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Beer in a Twisty Bottle is Beer Without Honor
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I drink mostly mexican beer except Corona because that shit is like bud light nasty! I also enjoy hard apple cider like angry orchards and johnny appleseed
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AlaskaDrake wrote:


aeb0717 wrote:

I don't like canned beers, and I want to take beer home for various purposes. I may want to make beer soap, cook with them, or drink them. How often do you see people selling beer kegs in the USA? Hence, bottled beer.

Go ahead, call me names, but guess what? I get the option of breaking beer bottles for deadly weapons. "I'll cut a bitch."

I find that the darker the brew, the more I like them; however, I have yet to find a specific stout that I want to favor, or care enough to remember any names. I'll keep trying until I find "the one."


Just wanted to say that there are quite a few places in the US that sell kegs, but you usually have to ask up front or consult with the distribution warehouse to have the keg delivered. That's the way I do it.


Thanks!
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Posted 5/7/14

aeb0717 wrote:


AlaskaDrake wrote:


aeb0717 wrote:

I don't like canned beers, and I want to take beer home for various purposes. I may want to make beer soap, cook with them, or drink them. How often do you see people selling beer kegs in the USA? Hence, bottled beer.

Go ahead, call me names, but guess what? I get the option of breaking beer bottles for deadly weapons. "I'll cut a bitch."

I find that the darker the brew, the more I like them; however, I have yet to find a specific stout that I want to favor, or care enough to remember any names. I'll keep trying until I find "the one."


Just wanted to say that there are quite a few places in the US that sell kegs, but you usually have to ask up front or consult with the distribution warehouse to have the keg delivered. That's the way I do it.


Thanks!


You're welcome. (: Cheers.
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Posted 5/7/14

aeb0717 wrote:

I don't like canned beers, and I want to take beer home for various purposes. I may want to make beer soap, cook with them, or drink them. How often do you see people selling beer kegs in the USA? Hence, bottled beer.

Go ahead, call me names, but guess what? I get the option of breaking beer bottles for deadly weapons. "I'll cut a bitch."

I find that the darker the brew, the more I like them; however, I have yet to find a specific stout that I want to favor, or care enough to remember any names. I'll keep trying until I find "the one."


Belle's Porter. That's probably the best dark beer I've had outside a microbrewery. Although you really should just check out your local microbrewer.
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Posted 5/7/14

aeb0717 wrote:

I don't like canned beers, and I want to take beer home for various purposes. I may want to make beer soap, cook with them, or drink them. How often do you see people selling beer kegs in the USA? Hence, bottled beer.

Go ahead, call me names, but guess what? I get the option of breaking beer bottles for deadly weapons. "I'll cut a bitch."

I find that the darker the brew, the more I like them; however, I have yet to find a specific stout that I want to favor, or care enough to remember any names. I'll keep trying until I find "the one."


Don't get me wrong, I love bottles; just not the ones that can be resealed.
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Posted 5/7/14 , edited 5/7/14
You fix this problem in a very simple way. Drink hard liquor straight or on the rocks. Like Whiskey or Scotch.


BUT if I were forced to only have beer... I tend to go for in a glass first, followed by a bottle, lastly and only if there are no other means will I go for a canned beer.
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I wish all beer bottles had twist caps, it sucks having to dig around in the drawers to get a bottle opener.
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24 / M / Iowa >.>
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Posted 5/7/14
Well I drink Boulevard and Guinness, both you have to open with a bottle opener
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24 / M / Iowa >.>
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Posted 5/7/14

Totavo wrote:

I wish all beer bottles had twist caps, it sucks having to dig around in the drawers to get a bottle opener.


I always carry an opener on my keys just for that reason
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Posted 5/7/14
Well if one thing's certain, it's that the Beer Bible needs to be a thing.
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22 / M / Australia
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Posted 5/7/14
If anything, TC seems to have more of a problem with Bud Light than actual twist-top bottles. I actually don't see the problem with them if you're outdoors and would rather avoid the unpleasantry that is known as a fly in your beer.
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31 / M / Hemet, California
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Posted 5/7/14
I find this "twisty cap" thing a disgrace against all beers.. But like the poster of this said Bud Light is crap beer as is Bud Weiser and Corona
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Posted 5/7/14
Stella Artoi's my shiz
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27 / M / Massachusetts
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Posted 5/7/14
I manly drink Narragansett. Cheap beer costing me about $20 for a 30 pack. If I'm at a a place that sells it I'll buy Sapporo.
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Hey man I think to each his/her own,
Personally I am a bottle drinker myself, no twists, but I'm not gonna complain if it gets the job done at the end of the day I guess haha
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