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    Smile The beer survey

    Lets see how this goes

    I just polished off the last of my James Boags Premium lager and considering my next carton purchase. i usually buy a stubby of something i havent tried before or for a while when i buy any carton.

    lets apply the philosophy of "there is no such thing as a bad beer, just one that you dont prefer" some beers i dont prefer are awesome to slow cook with.
    i spose from this you can gauge whos tastes are similar

    What beer?

    Country or Origin?

    Style? (lager, ale, pilsner, stout etc)

    Tin / Bottle / on tap & mL

    Strength? (std drinks)

    Price per carton?

    Optional phrase?

    Optional other use ? ( eg Guinness lamb shanks)

    Would you buy it again?

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    What beer? James Boags Premium lager

    Country or Origin? Tasmania

    Style? (lager, ale, pilsner, stout etc) Lager

    Tin / Bottle / on tap & mL glass bottle 375mL

    Strength? (std drinks) 1.5std drinks

    Price per carton? $54

    Optional phrase? "Tasmanias Finest"

    Optional other use ? ( eg Guinness lamb shanks)

    Would you buy it again? certainly will

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    What beer?150 lashes

    Country or Origin? Australia

    Style? (lager, ale, pilsner, stout etc)dunno. Someone can probably shed some light on this.

    Tin / Bottle / on tap & mL Stubbies or on tap

    Strength? (std drinks) 4.9% I think

    Price per carton? too much, about $52 now

    Optional phrase? ??

    Optional other use ? ( eg Guinness lamb shanks) None, just drink it.

    Would you buy it again? yep, always, money permitting
    Cheers Jon


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    Quote Originally Posted by JamoGLXR View Post
    What beer? James Boags Premium lager

    Country or Origin? Tasmania

    Style? (lager, ale, pilsner, stout etc) Lager

    Tin / Bottle / on tap & mL glass bottle 375mL

    Strength? (std drinks) 1.5std drinks

    Price per carton? $54

    Optional phrase? "Tasmanias Finest"

    Optional other use ? ( eg Guinness lamb shanks)

    Would you buy it again? certainly will
    Only one beer in Tasmania and that's cascade but boags does come in second
    Last edited by Rusty; 24-05-14 at 09:13 AM.

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    I think its a pale ale mate
    Swannie

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    What beer? True Brew Golden Ale

    Country or Origin? Australia - Bendigo

    Style? (lager, ale, pilsner, stout etc) Ale

    Tin / Bottle / on tap & mL - 6 and a bit slabs for around $185

    Strength? (std drinks) 1.4

    Price per carton? do the math

    Optional phrase? scotch

    Optional other use ? ( eg Guinness lamb shanks)

    Would you buy it again? always

    link - http://www.truebrewbendigo.com.au/
    favs: this time of year I love a Scottish ale its almost a stout
    Warmer weather Golden Ale, Pale Ale, Ginger Beer, IPA Citrus, Mexicanna its like a corona with the lemon, and I forget the name of the German one which has the choclate malt but its great in the cooler weather also

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    Quote Originally Posted by swannie View Post
    I think its a pale ale mate
    Swannie
    After consulting the neck of another, your statement is True!
    thanks Swannie
    Cheers Jon


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    I'm an ale and Porter drinker

    What beer? James Squire, favourite is Stow Away(IPA)Coopers, favourite is Vintage Ale

    Country or Origin? Australia

    Style? (lager, ale, pilsner, stout etc) Ale and Porter(Stout)

    Tin / Bottle / on tap & ml Don't drink from cans

    Strength? (std drinks) Don't care

    Price per carton? Don't care (eg) Coopers Vintage is $80 per carton(375ml)

    Optional phrase? I like beer

    Optional other use ? Irish stew(Guinness)

    Would you buy it again? Yes

    At the moment though I drinking my homebrew, an American Pale Ale and a Double Chocolate Stout from the St Peters brewery in Sydney, the double choc stout is yummy yum
    Last edited by Redback; 24-05-14 at 05:21 PM.
    Cheers Baz.

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    This week I've been tasting a few brews from Hooten. It's a Dutch beer, very tasty. A local bottle-o has Hooten Gold ( 3.5) at $33, brewed & bottled in Holland, as well as Hooten Premium Larger (4.6%) for the above specs. I don't mind the malty European type grog, Carlsberg is just a bit too easy to drink . Also spotted twin packs of Heineken 5l kegs at Aldi while helping ma Frog with the tucker shop, another evil temptation......again......

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    What beer? James Squire Constable

    Country or Origin? Sydney NSW

    Style? (lager, ale, pilsner, stout etc) Copper ale

    Tin / Bottle / on tap & mL glass bottle 375mL

    Strength? (std drinks) 0.9std drinks

    Price per carton? $19 for a 6pack

    Optional other use ? just drinking

    Would you buy it again? I find that with most squire beers, I need to want the taste but yes.

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