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  1. ferny

    ferny TPF Noob!

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    I forgot to put my beer in the fridge and now it's warm. I was willing to commit a sin and put ice in it (like Andy) but it's at the bottom of the freezer and I can't be arsed to hunt it out.


    Interesting, huh...
     
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    beer should not be too cold ... a good beer can unfold properly when not so cold, only horrible beers are better consumed ice cold, since then you taste less ;)
     
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    That's why I wanted the ice.
     
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    Alex_B No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    ok, you got some horrible beer there mate.. i see ;)

    I'm here with a good wine ... so i consider myself more lucky ;)
     
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    Had a rough wine last night. Picked it up in the shop thinking it was the really nice and expensive one I shared with Nicola (memories :( )and then after paying realised I was wrong! Think I'll be on cider tonight whilst I finish off the filtered cigars I bought - won't be buying those again either. :mrgreen:
     
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    rough wine can be horrible ;)
     
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    My grandmother drinks her Hamm's on ice.
     
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    Rough wine, warm beer & filtered cigars?

    You having a bad weekend mate! :lol:
     
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    Women... 3lts of cider later I find out someone may want me to hep them inspect a car they're thinking of buying. Ooops.
     
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    ferny TPF Noob!

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    I'm also in desperate need of a wee wee.
     
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    Oh, and it was six or seven slims, not fully sure.
     
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    I've never had a really "bad" beer. I've drank crummy light beer, but if anything its just not very flavorful.

    I like my beer at room temperature. All of my friends think I'm sick for it, but I don't care. It seems like the warmer it is, the hoppier it tastes (I think I just made up a word, "hoppier" :) )

    Wine I have a problem with. I have no sniffer (sense of smell) so a lot of wine tastes the same to me. My friend will open a bottle and tell me how great it is, but most of the time I feel it is wasted on me.

    I hope you experience some good tobacco (Dominican or Cuban), a good wine (French) and a good beer (Belgian or German, depending on your style).
     

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