drink (was Re: Klava Recipies)

Thu Mar 20 13:55:20 PST 2003

John D. Barbato, OD stopped between hops to pop:

> From: Randi128 at aol.com [mailto:Randi128 at aol.com]

> Frank at exit.com wrote:
> >So, are beer and wine suitable topics, or should we stick strictly to
> >sycophanting? Yes, this is snarky, and no, I won't apologize.)
> Some of my favorite conversations have been OT subjects. In fact,
> you hardly
> ever see me post to book threads, as there are several
> individuals who either
> beat me to the punch with questions, or who are more knowledgable
> regarding
> answering questions. Remember I'm always watching though.
> By the by, I like any India Pale Ale. The crisp taste of hops,
> lip smacking
> good.
> Darker beers are OK. I had a brand called Maudite the last time I was in
> Quebec skiing, and it was awesome. It was fermented in the bottle
> and very
> smooth. Anyone else ever have it?

No, but thanks for an addition to my list.

There are three kinds of beer:  Dark beer, Killians Red, and stuff that
like it comes from camels.  Stouts (aka motor oil, light grade) are good
if they are used as half of a Black & Tan.


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