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I'm pretty sure Coors Light isn't beer anyway...
Home Depot used to be just retired or active duty veterans only. They changed recently to all vets. I always score my 10% off any chance I get.
I have to agree..funny thing is, I like Coors original "The banquet beer" LOL!
All jokes aside, I know people like different things, but I don't see the point in "Light" beers or "diet/sugar free" sodas. If I want a beer, I want it to be a rich full flavored beer. Not a watered down beer. However, I'm not a "drinker". I drink beer to compliment the food I eat it with mostly, much like people do with different wines.
As a non-vet, if it were up to me Vet's would all be treated as heroes, respected & known. They would no longer pay taxes, long story short they would not want. The only people I know who die for what they believe in are Vet's & Jesus !
Lots of Caps there and point taken!
A lot. (4) 15 packs a week! I love beer!
My favorite was Always Strohs. If you can find it anymore, it damn sure is not the same!
Call me an alcoholic, that's fine. I do not drive at all when the Beer flows! We have no children and nothing to support, double income and no kids! Sometimes you just have to live for the present!
THANK YOU , THANK YOU VERY MUCH .----Elvis.
BTW, what is up with seniors getting carded all the time??? I am 70, and I have to show ID to buy beer at my local grocery store, and a lot of restaurants ask for ID too. I totally understand that places have to be careful because the police find 19 year olds who look like they are 35 to trap stores and restaurants, but I look 70. It's stupid. And what is more stupid is that if I question it, I always get told that it is the state law; which it is not. If a server at a restaurant asks for ID, I just change to a coke.
I have 2 buddies that wanted to field a stock eliminator car (Max Wedge B-body) but didn't have the funds, so they both quit drinking beer and saved the money. 10 years later they're still racing and don't miss the beer... it's all a question of priorities...
The grocery store that i do my shopping at, doesn't ask for my ID, but they ask you for your birthday. (I'm 68) When i got questioned the first time, i was kinda pissed about it, asking a guy that is obviously an old man, buying a 6 pack of beer. Was told, like it or lump it, as it's become corporate policy in asking everybody who buys, beer, wine, liquor. The new thing here in Commiefornia, too.
You'll know you're into it when you find yourself buying a "Kegerator", no you don't really save money but you always have beer around, when that keg kicks its like "awwww...." air deflating a balloon
I'm in Pa. They ask for my license at the supermarket every time and scan the bar code. Sometimes I'm not in the mood and go to the beer distributor across the street they just take my money no Id asked for
I was an old school cheap beer drinker my whole life until a few years ago started on craft brews. I used to drink ungodly amounts of cheap beer. No need with the craft beer. I can't drink more than 2 cans of cheap beer now. Makes me gak! Hahaha.
C'mon, what about Miller high life. The champagne of beer. Bwahahaha
MGD on occasion here. Even though they did build their Ca brewery on top of Irwindale Raceway.
I grew up on Budweiser(cheap) then Yuengling lager, at around 1999 I was into Heineken, then Sam adams Boston lager in the 2000s was the first "craft" type beer for me. Now there are so many local breweries around that are just great. I am in Pa and a few local favorites are Sly Fox brewery and Yards in Philly. I usually pick up "variety pack" 12 packs cant go wrong with any of them. I still have Bud in my garage fridge, and I have friends who still drink it, but I only have a Bud "once in a while" LOL!
Pretty much the same for me. I'm in pa too and put down quite a bit of "lager" too.
Any of you PA guys drink Rolling Rock? I'm from PA and still drink Rolling Rock and Yuengling. Thankfully I can get it even though I live in Georgia. Rolling Rock seems to taste the same even after they moved brewing out of PA.
I have drank Rolling Rock... It seems light to me, or more specifically pale. It is a pale ale right? I do like it ice cold on a hot day...
Yes, but I don't think it tastes the same as it did. Somewhere in my memorabilia from back in the day I have a rolling rock "drinking glove".
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Rolling Rock is an American lager. That's what gives it that crisp refreshing taste. Damn, now I'm thirsty.