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    Quote Originally Posted by Milesian
    Yeah, I didn't like Absinthe either.
    I tried it in Ibiza one year, the barmaid poured sugar into it while setting it on fire before letting us drink it.
    Usually if you drink something like that in one go (like Sambuca, Tequila,etc) you shudder for about 5 seconds.
    Two minutes after drinking the absinthe we were still contorted in disgust!

    If you want something powerful then you should try a Headbuster
    One half Bailey's Irish cream, one half Aftershock.
    It's pretty disgusting but one or two will knock you for six.
    The first time I tried it I said "Wow, now I know why they call it Headbuster".

    I was wrong of course.
    I found the true meaning when I woke up the next morning

    Aftershock is probably the most disgusting thing next to Goldschlagger.
    I cant imagine it being mixed with something good like Baileys.
    Is the "irish car bomb" a worldy known drink? Here in the States, it is the mixture of one half pint of Guinness, one half shot of Baileys Irish Cream, and one half shot of Jameson Irish Whisky. Drop the shot glass into the half pint of Guinness and DOWN (don't let the shot glass smack your teeth). Its amazingly good.

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    Yeah, I think Aftershock is drank more as a test of the drinker's stamina and ability not to vomit rather than for it's pleasing taste

    Goldschlagger - I have tried it once.
    It was horrible. It did nothing for me at all. And those gold flakes were annoying too.

    An "Irish Car Bomb"? lol!
    Never heard of it but I'm definately going to try it now.
    I love Jameson's whisky.
    Tullamore is good as well. I know a guy in Denmark who is in love with the stuff and anytime someone from here is going over there he's always begging "Please, bring as much Tullamore as you can carry!"

    I think he might have the beginnings of a drink problem actually, or a Tullamore problem at least

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    Quote Originally Posted by kriegsmaschine
    I have had absynthe before.. I found it to be quite repulsive! Something about the way it burned my throat did not appeal to me.

    Softies drink it with lots of water and lots of sugar.

    Tough German he-men like me drink it for breakfast, undiluted.

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    But getting back to the topic of beer:


    You ain't seen nothing yet if you haven't tasted Duvel.





    http://www.duvel.com/uk/Products.htm
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    Post For the yankees

    Ommegang, the American brewery

    Since January 2003, Duvel Moortgat owes 100% of brewery Ommegang in Cooperstown (New York). America is a strategic export market for Duvel Moortgat because of the growing interest of American consumers in Belgian beers. Brewery Ommegang sells the special beers Ommegang, Hennepin and Rare Vos, American special beers, brewed according to the best Belgian traditions. For more information, visit their website
    http://www.ommegang.com.
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    "Skullsplitter 8.5% ABV
    Named after Thorburnfin Hausakliuuf, the seventh earl of Orkney, this reddish coloured ale has an intense vinous nose, is rich and satiny in the mouth with a long dry finish and deep rich fruity notes.
    Described as 'Satiny snooth in the mouth, deceptively light and dengerously drinkable'.
    SKULLSPLITTER is great with chicken or fish dishes, curries and would you believe - Chocolate. "

    mmm! That sounds good!!! I like the name as well Nice and strong too. I should just move to the Czech republic already...I hear beer is actually alcohol there :cheer
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    Now I don't know if I like the beer or just the label But it's a nice light beer, and relatively strong as well. Goes down smoother than that 4% or so Budweiser crap



    OMG! this is amazing!!!! http://www.arrogantbastard.com/index2.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vanessa
    I should just move to the Czech republic already...I hear beer is actually alcohol there :cheer
    It is, but what would you do with it? It may kill the Molson faction immediately.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Phlegethon
    It is, but what would you do with it? It may kill the Molson faction immediately.
    I gave up drinking Molson when I was 15 ;P

    And well, you know, I suppose I would drink the beer, once I got it...I'm not quite sure though, is it good for plants? I have some nice perennials
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