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12:55am 30/01/2007
 
 
LocaKitty
I like beer.

I can't believe I still know most of the words to "Chattahoochee" by Alan Jackson. That's a little sad.

Nice end to a day of paperwork training.
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 speranzosa
 
06:53pm 30/01/2007 (UTC)
 
 
Sign Here: desert feet
I'm glad you had a good time! Sorry I couldn't party all night long. :(
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 locakitty
 
05:41am 31/01/2007 (UTC)
 
 
LocaKitty
That's ok. I forgive you :)
 
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 (Anonymous)
 
10:57pm 30/01/2007 (UTC)
 
 
You can't believe it?
Come on. That's a catchy ass song, damnit. You know you love it.
Bobbie :)
 
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 cmdavi_70
 
11:56pm 30/01/2007 (UTC)
 
 
I'll give you a hint; it's not "Skip.": Beer and Baptisms
Just curious. What varieties of brewski might one find you hoisting?
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 locakitty
 
05:43am 31/01/2007 (UTC)
 
 
LocaKitty: Draft Beer
On that night it was Michelob's Amber Bock. Other nights it is Four Peaks' Kiltlifter. That is some good stuff right there. If Kiltlifter is unavailable, then I move to Killian's Irish Red and if none of the above are available, it's Icehouse.

I'm picky, but not that picky.
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 cmdavi_70
 
05:56am 31/01/2007 (UTC)
 
 
I'll give you a hint; it's not "Skip."
I'm kinda picky, but only because good beer is pretty easy to come by here. I'll have to look for Kiltlifter if it's available here. I'm really into Belgian ales, especially Ommegang. I also love Chimay, and I rarely dislike a porter or stout.

I had a few bad hangover experiences with Killian's (not really Irish) in the 90's--actually didn't know it is still around--and have generally avoided red beers ever since. Icehouse is on a par with Schlitz for me, though I originally associated it with that 80's Brit band called Icehouse. Remember them? "Well you've got to be crazy to love a guy like me..." Then again, you might be too young. They weren't around for long.
 
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 locakitty
 
06:03am 31/01/2007 (UTC)
 
 
LocaKitty
Icehouse: I have heard them, not really into them though.

Killian's: I know it's not really Irish, but I have some fond memories of the beer even though the day afters were horrendous sometimes.

Kiltlifter: Here's a link to their website. I don't know if it's down right now or what, but I can't seem to get it to load. Maybe I have some sort of crazy netnanny on this computer or something. :)
 
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 cmdavi_70
 
03:31pm 31/01/2007 (UTC)
 
 
I'll give you a hint; it's not "Skip."
I got their site to load. It's always good to know where good microbreweries are for if I ever happen to be in that area again.

The first couple times I tried Killian's back in college, I did like it. I also remember thinking Sam Adams was the most amazing thing around, though it doesn't do much for me now. I think I even went through a Foster's phase.
 
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 parilous
 
12:36pm 31/01/2007 (UTC)
 
 
Paril
Didn't Icehouse also sing that song, "Don't Forget Me (When I'm Gone)" with Bryan Adams on backup vocals, or am I thinking of someone else? Hrm.

Here in Tucson, a beer drinker's tendencies move from the heavier, darker beers into the lighter and sharper-tasting beers. It's because it's so dang HOT here.
 
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 cmdavi_70
 
03:38pm 31/01/2007 (UTC)
 
 
I'll give you a hint; it's not "Skip.": Picasso Absinthe Drinker
That was Glass Tiger (Yeah, I had to look it up). I don't recall that they contributed anything else to the world of music, and they made Icehouse sound hardcore by comparison.

Yeah, that's true about the beers. The heavy, dark stuff clearly isn't custom-made for the desert. I tend to like cider and sangria in such cases.
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