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  1. #21
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr3d_PHD View Post
    Great shot by the way firmwood! It would be so much better with a nice stout or porter though. Wheat ales FTL! =)
    Mmmmm... hefeweizen...grgrgrgaaaaghh.

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    I almost threw up the first time I drank a hefeweizen. I had joined a beer of the month club where we got to try six random beers each month. This was back when the most unique thing I had ever had was Guinness. Of course it was spring and our beer guy had chozen lots of different wheat ales. That was a bad month. Now our winter months...THOSE were good months.
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    I'm going to miss the Anchor and Sierra seasonal ales. The Beers in England are actually, rather strangely, largely worse than in San Francisco, especially in pubs, and extrespecially when you don't like bitters or lagers.

    I need to drag myself to some proper beer pubs to get a choice, but as I don't have the funds or the energy to do such a thing I can give my liver and kidneys a rest for a while.

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    I just found a leftover Sierra Anniversary Ale from last year buried in my fridge! It was soooo good. I think it became more delicious with age. Omnomnomnom...

    In other news....entries?
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    Will try to take a picture today. Will just have to see how cooperative the subject is...
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    And now I have warm whisky...
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    Nice Clone! You know...warm whiskey isn't anything a shaker with ice can't fix.
    -Mr. 3d


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    You mean water out the whisky? :O I'll just pretend you didn't say that
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    Nice composition Clone! I really like the back lighting... I know minor thing.. but I think you should clean the glass a bit.

    You should do a progression series... same set up, but the bottle's amount diminishing... would make a good series... no?
    - Rik

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    Yeah, I noticed after the picture was taken Really bothers me, so I might do this shot again, when we get more firewood! As for the progression series, maybe closer to the weekend
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