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cobblerdave 10-12-2012 04:48 PM

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Gudday
An old guy and his wife were having quite drink watching the sunset
Suddenly the old guy says ..you know I love you very dearly and I couldn't live without you.
The old girls a bit shocked and says. Is that you talking Fred ..or the beer.
He replied. That was me talking .....to the beer

Gulf 10-12-2012 05:58 PM

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I will be telling that one at work tomorrow :D.

david s 10-12-2012 06:56 PM

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My wife and I were going through our credit card statements and she was complaining that I was spending too much on beer. I pointed out that she actually spent more on cosmetics. In defence she said "but that's to make me look more beautiful to you"
I replied "that's what the beer was for"

Lancer 05-05-2013 02:10 AM

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Wonderful! :D!!!

Here in the Philippines we drink San Miguel pilsen, a great beer for the tropics. Not heavy nor "Light" but a golden beer well brewed and always fresh. I never knew how important fresh beer was. Beer doesn't age well. In the army in Germany, a cold place, I'd learned about thick, heavy beer, but fresh. All the beer there is made in the local town. But for hot, a nice pilsen is really the thing. One thing the Filipinos are good at is making booze, rum or beer.

What do you guys drink?

david s 05-05-2013 02:19 AM

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For me it's home brewed cider. 3 litres per week for about the last 9 years. No bottle washing and about $1 per litre.
Oztops - Home

cobblerdave 05-05-2013 03:19 AM

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Quote:

Originally Posted by david s (Post 151824)
For me it's home brewed cider. 3 litres per week for about the last 9 years. No bottle washing and about $1 per litre.
Oztops - Home

Gudday Dave
Tried one of those oz tops once...... Was pleasantly surprised. It was a black currant juice based really fruity and not to sweet. It must have been one of those 15 per cent alcohol specials.... It really rocked my world.
Gudday lancer
San Mig is a very good beer ...would have to be one of the best in S/E Asia by far. It's also very safe there are other beer and hoock in other places that are Not. I was a sailor for 21 yrs and tasted a few.
One place in the South Pacific has a local beer only sold in 750 ml bottles that we used "valeuims" . The brewery staff were paid once a month and were able to purchase cut price beer as part of thier wage. You can just tell what happened to the batch due out on pay day! Anyway the ones that found there way into public were dangerous . You would go from drinking beer at 4 per cent to something at 15 per cent whilst still still keeping a beer pace...that was dangerous....talk about cheap drunks!
Regards Dave

Lancer 05-05-2013 05:36 AM

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No kiddin! Gudday :) Sounds like a roller coaster cobblerdave.

I've heard one of the reasons General MacArthur decided 'I shall return' was his ownership stake in San Miguel.

david s, sounds like a hobby close to my heart. :)

mikku 05-14-2013 05:00 AM

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Anything that is available with alcohol in it!:eek:

cobblerdave 05-14-2013 01:39 PM

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Gudday
Well you have to admit the word beer is pretty much the most internationally recognized word.....walk into any bar on this planet hold up one finger and say the word ....beer ....and I bet you get what you asked for.
Regards dave


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