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Reardan Tom
Posted 9/16/2017 10:11 AM (#95087)
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Grocery shopping with my wife Friday, I saw this and had to give it a try. Haven't opened one yet. But it was calling my name and I had to bring it home...



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Peter Pan
Posted 9/16/2017 1:27 PM (#95099 - in reply to #95087)
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https://www.welt.de/sonderthemen/bierreport/article148093684/Warum-s...

What the Bavarian King ordered 1516 is law still in Germany.
Tom, are you sure to stay sane?
Thomi my son, just a minute ago asked where I bought the "orange hand wash paste".
Try what you got there with the due caution... and tell us later.

You never know, just remember Austrian ice wine 1973 to 1985 made with anti freeze glycol
http://www.spiegel.de/einestages/lebensmittelskandale-von-glykolwei...
Sven

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tinboatcapt
Posted 9/16/2017 3:30 PM (#95102 - in reply to #95087)
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I wouldn't worry. Their 'PALE ALE' is one of my favorite beers. The 'SIDECAR' is described as 'Orange Pale Ale' three blended hops and a hint of orange to increase the citrus .
Sounds nice. I will check with my local provider to try some.
Jim
Read about it here:
http://www.sierranevada.com/beer/year-round/sidecar
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Peter Pan
Posted 9/16/2017 4:16 PM (#95103 - in reply to #95087)
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Less to worry, more to laugh...it was really just a few minute before I saw Tom's post when Thomas asked me and I had to remember our roof parties in 84+85... BTW the politician who delayed the announcement of the glycol in the wine just passed by these days.

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Reardan Tom
Posted 9/16/2017 9:21 PM (#95107 - in reply to #95087)
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Hi Sven, not to worry, I've got the orange hand cleaner in the other room from the orange ale... The containers are different enough it's unlikely I'd grab the wrong one and take a swig as well. So, I'll stay at least as close to sane as what passes now for sanity. Best to you and yours!
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Peter Pan
Posted 9/17/2017 10:40 AM (#95109 - in reply to #95087)
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Let's get out the door and enjoy the bit of sun that came out this morning....vulcanoe ashes caused dawn at 2PM to 3:30 this week several times.
The ale comes later.
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JohnnyD
Posted 10/10/2017 1:12 AM (#95336 - in reply to #95087)
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How was it?
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Peter Pan
Posted 10/10/2017 11:16 AM (#95344 - in reply to #95087)
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Yupp, Tom, don't be so jealous and tell us. We are interested.
Today rainstorm Nate's tale let us see the sun again and there are oranges to pick in the farm. (While many others don't even have a house to sleep in any more)
No way to do long distance tours in CR for the moment. Tourists now really are able to have an adventure here...Ask your grandson if he would like to come back and see how Monteverde is cut off the world now. Those "roads" are plowed now.
Sven
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Reardan Tom
Posted 10/10/2017 8:45 PM (#95347 - in reply to #95087)
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It was baaaaad!! Drank one bottle and that was enough. I did use a couple bottles to make beer brats though. Works well for that. But I've saved the bottles and the six pack container for ornamental purposes.
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Peter Pan
Posted 10/11/2017 10:20 AM (#95349 - in reply to #95087)
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Guacala Tom,
You made the best out of an ugly surprise. Possibly normal beer with lemon juice tastes better, at least when you have already something intus...Remember a night many many summers ago in Denmark...an English and Danish fishermen and me youngster had such a strange mixture for quite a few hours. We were talking in all 3 languages, no idea how we understood each other speeking all 3 languages at the same time...C2H5OH might have been the translator.
Cheers.
Skol
Prost.
Sven
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Peter Pan
Posted 10/11/2017 10:29 AM (#95350 - in reply to #95087)
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What a shame, it was not until now, that I read the name! I had focussed only on the orange.
Shame on me. Obviously that name is drawing attention.
May the rest of the bottles stay in the drawer for:

!Emergency use only!

Sven

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