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Beer & Beverage Life is too short to drink cheap beer.

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Old 01-25-2013, 09:26 PM   #1
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Crap beer

Lots of threads about good stuff but what about the crap you used to throw back when younger. Red dog, ice house, crazy Indian (politically correct), bad frog, bud ice, natty ice. I've got the #^&#^&#^&#^&s just thinking about it.

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Old 01-25-2013, 09:33 PM   #2
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Natty light. Genesee ( I went to school in Rochester NY). Bud light. Yuck
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Old 01-26-2013, 12:22 AM   #6
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Back in the day. We had a friend who's dad had a wall, and I mean a wall of Dog Style and Dog Style Lite 12 packs at the ready...we hung out there a lot.
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Old 01-26-2013, 10:45 AM   #7
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Iron City, Piels, Knickerbocker, and those listed above. Nebe's got the worst with Genesee, though. I remember going to 25 cent keg parties at Syracuse in the early 90's. there was a reason they only charged 25 cents.
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Mississippi State is in Starkville, MS which is a dry county. you could only get hot beer unless you wanted to drive 20 mins there and back to columbus.
The popular theory was if you have a cooler of ice and spin the beer in the ice with your hand it got colder faster... redneck technology. Nothing like crackin a luke warm natty ice to take the edge off game weekend in 100 degree heat....

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Old 01-26-2013, 08:32 PM   #9
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Headwreckers! Moosehead ale, private stock, st ides, miller high life, old english, generic labeled "Beer" from the 80's. Black label,
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Old 01-27-2013, 03:20 PM   #13
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Something that I would only admit to friends is that I could grab a can of Bud and pretty reliably tell you which plant it came from. Especially Newark or Jacksonville, and most times B'ville or Merrimack too. Scary the thought. Plus some much worse needless to say.
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hey ! i liked MooseHead ALE ....never met an ALE i didn't like....

but that green bottled (what was it called ) Big mouth
rings a bell when ya say "knock Back"
but i always like SHlitz
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Headwreckers! Moosehead ale, private stock, st ides, miller high life, old english, generic labeled "Beer" from the 80's. Black label,
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We used to dream of the day we could afford Moosehead....

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but that green bottled (what was it called ) Big mouth
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but i always like SHlitz
Mickeys Malt Liqour....

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Olympia(aka Oly).Its was actually on sale for less than a $1 a rack at the base mini-mart back in the mid 80s.

Lone Star and Pearl Light were equally cheap and nasty.They both(at the time) had breweries in San Antonio.
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Olympia(aka Oly).Its was actually on sale for less than a $1 a rack at the base mini-mart back in the mid 80s.
Made from the waters of an Artesian Well...

I remember drinkin that when I was stationed out in California

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Genesee, oh genny.. my first love

golden anniversary
steel reserve.. 8.0% though, and cheap
the champagne of beers... miller high life

60 % of the time, it works every time.
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Genesee, oh genny.. my first love

golden anniversary
steel reserve.. 8.0% though, and cheap
the champagne of beers... miller high life
OMG!!!I forgot about Golden Anniversary!That was truly some nasty crap.
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OMG!!!I forgot about Golden Anniversary!That was truly some nasty crap.
I forgot about that, too. In college, we used to go to a barber near campus and if you were over 21, he'd give you a Golden Anniversary while you were getting your hair cut. You might get a second if you could find Waldo in those Where's Waldo books.

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schlitz malt liquor(the bull)

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freshman year we used to drive up to nashua and buy as many 30 packs of red dog as my buddy's car would carry for $9 each. we'd sell them in the dorms for $30 each. had some friends on the hockey team, we used their bags to smuggle them in, nobody questions hockey players at northeastern. great system, we drank for free all year.

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Nothing wrong with gansett GIQ's!! Them and hoffenreffers were the best bang for the buck in the early 70's

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Old 02-07-2013, 11:40 AM   #27
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National Bohemian, Schaefer, Old muddy, and Bush were typical. Mickey's Big Mouth was a treat. Once I got to college there was alot of black label and American light. yuck.

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Old 02-07-2013, 01:21 PM   #28
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Busch is what got me through my teens and early 20s.

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Old 02-07-2013, 03:16 PM   #29
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Meister Brau stuff was ass in a can. Before PBR was cool I distinctly remember having an exorcist moment on PBRs chocolate cake and mushrooms at a 21st birthday out in western ny
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