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    I am quite fond of Guiness and a Belgian beer called Leffe.

    Other than that, Norwegian Lysholmer works quite well.

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    stella
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    Quote Originally Posted by budman7
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    Which Budweiser? the nice, good Chech one? or the not so nice north american one?
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    The American one, it tastes great, much better than Miller
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    age dont matter, as long as someone will buy booze for you. i used to drink for 2 years before i was legally allowed

    p.s. i am now 18 (19 soon) and the legal age for buying alcoholic drinks in the UK is 18

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    I prefer a black and tan(Guiness and Harp's) or a half-and half(Guiness and Bass) when I drink beer. However, I began to dis-like the buzz and being intoxicated several years ago. So, I now drink so seldom that a single B&T can put me, quite literally, under the table.
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    I'm too young to drink here in the states, but when I was in germany a few summers ago I drank a bunch. Every town has it;s local flavor so I cant really choose just one. I wish the US was like that, in both drinking age and amount of brewerys.

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    My all time favorite is Foret, an organic Belgian farmhouse ale. Anything from Unibroue is great, especially Maudite and La Fin Du Monde. Moinette is another favorite Belgian lambic, but they're all so good it's kind of pointless to rank. Gulden Draak is great too.

    Those are more exotic, though. My regulars are wheat brews like New Belgium's Sunshine and Avery's White Rascal, and ambers like Fat Tire and Drop Top.

    As far as wine I mostly drink Riesling, but I haven't come across a well balanced wine I don't like. I'm a fan of liqeuers too.

    And believe it or not, I'm not an alcoholic! :P I very rarely get drunk.
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    Bah

    Drinking is bad for you.

    I like Bacardi and Pepsi, maybe too much. I found Boddington's pub ale recently and highly recommend it.

    The staple is Fosters (It's Australian for "Coors"!)

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