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  • #16
    Lagunitas IPA. most delicious
    san jose, ca. usa

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    • #17
      Originally posted by imp View Post
      If you drink beer as a quality refreshment, what is your choice of most favorite(s)? imp
      At least have enough courtesy to do the OT before you post your totally irrelavent threads!
      Location: The Black Forest in Germany

      How to become a millionaire: Start out with 10 million and take up machining as a hobby!

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      • #18
        Great Lakes brewery:
        Eliot Ness
        Dortmunder Gold
        Burning River

        If we're talking seasonals: Great Lakes Octoberfest

        Regards
        Bob

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        • #19
          Originally posted by rickyb View Post
          For me it's an IPA. I won't drink the same brews women and children drink. Best IPA in the land is Sierra Nevada's Celebration Ale.
          Challenge: try Saranac IPA or Legacy IPA (which is a bit lighter) if you can get it in Michigan. Good stuff.

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          • #20
            Frydenlund Bayer, Aass Bayer and Frydenlund Fatّl. ;-)

            Ragnar

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            • #21
              Originally posted by imp View Post
              "OT" ?? "Q" ??

              Posted to sort out the folks not aware that home-brewed beer far surpasses any of the pi$$ touted by media ads.

              I make my own. imp
              I used to home brew until all my alcoholic friends took the pledge Seriously, I used to throw out a lot of old beer and I got tired of buying bottles because no one ever returned them.

              There are lots of small breweries cranking out great beers at reasonable prices.

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              • #22
                Guinness West Indies Porter - lovely drop !!! :-)

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                • #23
                  Not a big beer drinker, but...

                  Brains when I'm in Wales (it tastes pretty good to me, but the name is _really_ _cool_ ... I figure it has to help me some how:-)

                  Otherwise, I prefer Old Thumper, Blue Fin Stout, or Chamberlain Pale Ale from Shipyard in Portland ME.

                  But _never_ when messing around with tools!

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                  • #24
                    Originally posted by imp View Post
                    "OT" ?? "Q" ??
                    When posting an off topic thread (OT), they're marked as such with "OT" as the prefix in the thread title. This one is fairly obviously, just pointed it out so you know. They're allowed, but there are mixed feelings on OT posts as it often gets so you have to hunt and peck to find workshop stuff. I'm not rabid either way, but would be slightly against than for if it was put to a vote.....but everyone likes threads with metal working stuff and photos

                    Q is short for question.

                    The at the top the forum page you'll see:

                    Forum: General

                    This forum reserved for general machining discussion. Off topic threads are allowed, but will be closed if they go too far off track or become too numerous. Please add “OT” to the title of any off topic thread. Discussions on religion, politics, or “For Sale” posts are not allowed.
                    in Toronto Ontario - where are you?

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                    • #25
                      OT
                      Johnny Walker Black.
                      Bill
                      I cut it off twice and it's still too short!

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                      • #26
                        eeww.....gotta be single malt
                        in Toronto Ontario - where are you?

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                        • #27
                          Bud-wei-ser

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                          • #28
                            Originally posted by daveo View Post
                            LOL

                            Bud light for the long haul, any lager that fits in my hand!

                            I do brew my own too
                            I brew my own also, Blonde Lagers & dark ales, but I never drink anything with 'Lite' in the label!
                            Started my own hops vines this year.
                            Max.

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                            • #29
                              Even though we're out in the lost territories we do have a very good brewery. Bart, the owner and master brewer, was trained in his German homeland before migrating to the US. His products are amazing.

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                              • #30
                                Originally posted by Mcgyver View Post
                                When posting an off topic thread (OT), they're marked as such with "OT" as the prefix in the thread title. This one is fairly obviously, just pointed it out so you know. They're allowed, but there are mixed feelings on OT posts as it often gets so you have to hunt and peck to find workshop stuff. I'm not rabid either way, but would be slightly against than for if it was put to a vote.....but everyone likes threads with metal working stuff and photos

                                Q is short for question.

                                The at the top the forum page you'll see:
                                Thank you for explaining this to the dummy, here. I did machine a bottle-capper, hammer on, when living up in the mountains of northern AZ. I suppose that if included might qualify better.

                                Sorry, I'll keep this in mind so as not to waste the patience of readers disappointed. imp
                                IF IT'S ELECTRICITY, IT'S ME.

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