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    Quote Originally Posted by ODH View Post
    I had a case (I buy my fancy beer in PA, where beer is only sold by the case) of this last year. I am usually not a big Barley wine fan either, but I really liked this one. Just a little bit of sweetness and a nice kick to it.
    Agreed. I'm also like Rusty, where I don't like sweet beers at all, but this one was not very sweet at all.

    In fact, it was so good to me that I just bought two more six packs of it recently!
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    Quote Originally Posted by therick View Post
    I'd consider stabbing someone if they brought me a green colored beer on St. Patrick's Day instead of a real Irish beer like Guinness or Smithwick's. Smithwick's being my personal favorite every day beer.
    Agreed. I like to stick with Guinness and Harp during the St Pat's festivities. The pub where we're dancing tomorrow is also featuring Highland Gaelic Ale (brewed here in NC) so I might try that too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by therick View Post
    a real Irish beer like Guinness or Smithwick's.
    Guinness is, or was during the time I was stationed in England, approved by British National Health. This meant that when we gave blood to the British Red Cross we had the option of a pint of Guiness instead of that tepid orange drink we get here in the US.

    It was a pretty good deal. We got 3 hours off for giving blood, replaced the lost pint with a pint of Guinness, and had a head start on the evening!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by WrestlingTerp View Post
    Guinness is, or was during the time I was stationed in England, approved by British National Health. This meant that when we gave blood to the British Red Cross we had the option of a pint of Guiness instead of that tepid orange drink we get here in the US.

    It was a pretty good deal. We got 3 hours off for giving blood, replaced the lost pint with a pint of Guinness, and had a head start on the evening!!
    I have got to suggest that to our local blood bank (where I will be spending an hour or so tomorrow). Much better idea than juice or water!

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