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i lol

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If you ever see any of these beers in your country, check them out. Their porter is very good, but I still can't decide if that's my favourite. The Pale Ale is fantastic, as well as the Amber. If you want something completely fucked up, you should try the "Underlig jul" (Weird yule).
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What!? I didn't post the link? Damn.

http://www.nogne-o.com/
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Nothin new really. Been drinking a lot of Nøgne Ø. Very nice. Had a "Dark Horizon" some weeks ago. 16,5 % dark as Darkus beer. Very, very good, but only in small amounts. "Thankfully" it cost 20 - 25 £ for a bottle (half litre). Shared it with two friends. If you can get a hold of the first edition (four times as pricey, at least) I'm guessing you're in for a treat. Bottle fermented beer is tits! :)
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BeEr iZ 2 AdIcTiVe n sHyT DaWg iTz rObOtRiPz dAt sHyT BeEz aLl nAtUrAl
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Well, I've been enjoying chelada-style Millers "Chill".

I guess that makes me a big fucken starchy frilly blouse. :?
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Roark wrote:Well, I've been enjoying chelada-style Millers "Chill".

I guess that makes me a big fucken starchy frilly blouse. :?
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Roark wrote:Well, I've been enjoying chelada-style Millers "Chill".

I guess that makes me a big fucken starchy frilly blouse. :?
At least it's clean.
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Enjoyed this over the weekend:

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Quite a metal label too!

Also slugged back some Dogfish Head Indian Brown Ale yum yum...
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You should get your dirty hands on any of these asap! Norway has put it's name on the world map of beer.
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I desperately require pale ale right now.
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I'm at the place that makes the Flying Dog beer, going to their taste testing tomorrow. In walking distance of the hotel, w00t!
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What do you guys think of Bock? I like it, a lot, in small portions. I usually drink it during Yule along with the heaviest, most fatty food, but recently I've started sharing 3,3 dl bottles with a friend and it's very very good as a after-meal too.
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Redundant Retard wrote: and it's very very good as a meal too.

that's more like it
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