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Posted: 03/16/12 01:42pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Whoa, room temperature would sure be pushing it as far as I'm concerned. But I do feel dark ales are better served cool than cold. I usually get my Newcastle out about 10-15 minutes before I drink it, and the I use a glass of course with a decent amount of foam/head, that seems to aerate the brew a bit and it works even better. JMO of course.


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I thought this thread was fun. I actually read every post. My #1 Blue moon, with Bud light lime and Miller lite as my back ups(I know lite beer but I have a figure to hold)Years ago we had a party I asked a friend what kind of beer he liked as there were many to choose from. He said his two favorites were Cold and Free, crowd laughed for hours.
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As I sit here imbibing my last Guinness Draught (time to go to the store again), I nearly choked on it! Cold and Free, Oh, yes!
Reminds me of my Step-Father, saying there only two kinds of pie worth eating;
Hot pie and cold pie.
I can't really argue with either statement!


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Then there was the guy who sent a sample of Coors off to a lab to be tested.
The results said:
"We are sorry to inform you that your horse has diabetes!"

In my world, ANY "lite" beer is considered a "fu-fu" beer!

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golfknut wrote:

When the opportunity presents itself try an Oberon (summer brew) from Bell's Brewery in Kalamazoo, MI.


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Keep your micro brews and fu-fu beers. Nothing like an ice cream cold Bud Lite straight out of the cooler!


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