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- Subject: [at-l] BEER
- From: John Foley <foley@ERA.COM>
- Date: Fri, 7 Feb 1997 18:53:31 GMT
> In a message dated 97-02-06 21:13:12 EST, you write:
> << > Secondly, (see what you started), for all you 97ers. If you could have
> > your choice of beer to find its way to you on a remote section of the
> > trail,
> > what would it be? Just curious, and who knows?
> oooo, i LIKE this question!
> sierra nevada pale ale for pooom! my absolute favorite.
> but bass and harpoon IPA also make me drool (well, after 5 or 6)
> lover of all pale ales and chewy beers
Another Sierra Nevada fan here, too. Here's my list:
Sierra Nevada Pale Ale
Red Hook ESB
Anything my old man brews up
A new addition to the list: Tupper's Hop Pocket Ale. This
fine brew is made by Dominion Brewing Company in Sterling, VA.
Unlike other Dominion brews, I believe you can get it outside
of the Northern VA/Maryland area. If you're a hophead
like me, you should try this if you get the opportunity.
When I am feeling thrifty I like Rolling Rock. I stopped
drinking the beast and other super-cheapies around the time I
graduated from college. Must have something to do with a steady income.
But really, my favorite kind of beer is _free_ beer.
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