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Whats the best LAGER on the market

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by BOB D.O.L.E, 11 Jan 2010.

  1. BOB D.O.L.E

    BOB D.O.L.E

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    My vote goes to TIGER lager tried them all but this is no1 in my vote
     
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    BOB D.O.L.E

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    and the king of all beards goes to calsburg super
     
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    having owned a pub my vote has to be for krony 1664 followed by Carling
    you can keep your aussy cats pi fosters!
     
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    BOB D.O.L.E

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    64 is a good starter pint carling another but it aint no good for a good
    pi..ss up yea can drink that stuff all night.

    another good drink is baileys with ice and vodka.
     
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    Ever tried paraquat on the rocks?

    Wotan
     
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    Baileys & voddy :LOL:
     
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    no seen it advertised it looks like a one glass sickely drink show to me.

    Mojito is a good one
    2 parts White rum
    1 part Lime juice
    top up Soda water
    10 Mint sprigs
    1 part Ice cubes
    1 Lime slice
    1 teaspoon Sugar
     
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    Hmmm Grolsch and I do like a Becks or Carlsberg Export, however I'm not much of a lager drinker and prefer a decent pint of real ale.
     
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    If I could choose, I'd say Bangla or Cobra.

    But usually if I'm drinking lager it's because it's been offered to me or they had Fosters or some other cheap and nasty lager on super-special at the shops.

    I too prefer a pint of something with a name like "Grunting bishop ale" or "Badger's Knackers London Porter"

    Normally I'm a wine drinker. Someone told me before Christmas "you know, to look at you, you don't look like a wine drinker". I decided to take it as a compliment :LOL: :LOL: :LOL:
     
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    If you are an armchair drinker like me then a chilled can or Stella is nectar.
     
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    :rolleyes:

    As above. Stella Artois. Gorgeous stuff. :LOL:

    Regards

    Ed
     
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    Peroni
     
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    Got it on tap at home.


    Hot and cold. :D
     
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    H20 I'm on the wagon :(
     
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    Actually, I'll 2nd that. Damn good lager, but why does it have to be sooo expensive?
     
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