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Perkeo 
  Posted: 06-Jul-2009, 03:03 AM
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Has any one else tried the Guinness 250? I find it pretty tasty and will be sad when it's gone. It's only suppose to be around for a total of 6 months.
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  Posted: 06-Jul-2009, 06:04 AM
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Dang, I better find me a few of them then! tongue.gif


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I've had it and I think it's outstanding. I think anyone who may not like a regular Guinness, may like these.
Here's a little blurb:

"Guinness is a company that relies on tradition. That's only to be expected from a brewer that is only 250 years into a 9,000-year-lease of its flagship brewery at St. James's Gate in Dublin.

However, in honor of that 250 years, the maker of the world's top-selling stout has come up with a new stout beer for the U.S. market, a maltier, fizzier version of its older, creamier beer that also has 5% alcohol compared to the 4.2% level in Guinness Draught.

"This is more about refreshment and zing," said Fergal Murray, the Guinness master brewer who created the new carbonated brew.

The limited-edition Guinness 250 Anniversary Stout is scheduled to be available in U.S. bars and selected stores on Friday, April 24, the first new stout Guinness has exported to the U.S. since it began selling Guinness Draught here in the mid 1960s."
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I have never been able to develop a taste for beer. I wish that I could because that is so much less expensive than the Kahlua that I do drink. I have heard that there are fruit beers out there. Has anyone tried them? What do you think of them?


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  Posted: 20-Jul-2009, 09:34 PM
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If you don't like beer/ales then you probably won't really like the fruity ones either. But if you are inclined to try them there are a large variety of them. Most are seasonal like the Sam Adams Cherry Wheat or Cranberry Lambic.

Here is a link that might help you: Beer Advocate
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Thank, I will check that out. I am usually willing to try many things. I just try keep the alcohol consumption to when I am at home. I have seen too much happen when people try to drive with just one or two drinks....YUCK!
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Just finished having myself a Budweiser Select, and now having an O'Doul's before bed. Don't cane me for drinking such commercial stuff! I'm a beginning drinker and intend to stay a light drinker. As such, the big commercial lagers are what I'm getting used to.

A few weeks ago I did get myself nice and tipsy for the first time. It was Family Weekend at App. St. and dad and I had driven up to Boone for the game to watch with bro and his roommate. It sadly down-poured all day and we left before halftime. We later went to the Sagebrush Steakhouse and besides my food, I ordered two HUGE mugs of original Budweiser. I was really feeling it after the first one, and after the second one, my sense of balance and coordination was really deteriorating, but not my eyesight thankfully. I did manage to make it to the car without falling over. A little bit later than that, while still feeling it a lot, I was in brother's Jeep and he put on some music that I tried to sing to, but brother stopped me saying I now sounded like garbage trying to sing while under the influence. I of course did not drive ANY the rest of the day.

EDIT - After doing some checking, I figure I had around 50 oz. of beer that night. Still light I know to probably more than a few on here, but as heavy as I think I'll probably go in one sitting.


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