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    Beer grading system

    Grading system for beer, 1 to 10, this is fill in the Blank
    Coors Light to __________________

    Coors Light to...Not Coors Light


    • Darchie03
      Darchie03 commented
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      Rocky mountain sheep pee (coors Light) yuk

    Geez man. You really should give this a break. I luv ya bro, but man, the same old posts over and over get old really quick.
    Last edited by Panhead John; November 13, 2021, 11:02 PM.


    • bbqLuv
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      Got Yeah. LOL

    In high school we had the three levels of beer depending on how much cash we could get together

    Goebel $
    Busch $$
    Labatt $$$


      Coors Original

      My favorite beers are :
      1) Free Beer
      2) Cold beer
      I'm very picky
      Last edited by BFlynn; November 14, 2021, 09:45 AM.


        You guys are making this too complicated. Here's my take:

        Cold - Good
        Not Cold - Not so good but sometimes necessary


          I drink Guinness Extry Stout, in th 22 oz. bottles...

          When they'e done brewin a batch, they bottle it, an worsh out th tanks, natch...
          Coors Light ain't even as good as what they git, on th fourth rinse-out lol!

          PBR? ~Mebbe~ th third rinse...
          Last edited by Mr. Bones; November 14, 2021, 04:12 PM.


            One of the urinals in the garage at MolsonCoors had...."pipeline to Labatt's"....written over it.
            Nuff said.


              Pbr is no better,,,


                In the beer biz there's this old joke:

                At a brewer's conference (these things are real), after a long day of booth duty and seminars, the presidents of Budweiser, Coors and Guinness find themselves walking into the lobby bar together. The barkeep asks what they will have.

                The president of Coors says, "I'll have the only beer brewed with Rocky Mountain spring water. Give me a Coors." The president of Bud says, And I'll have the king of beers, a Budweiser please." The president of Guinness orders a Coke. "A coke?" the other two say in surprise. To which he answers, "Well, if the two of you aren't going to drink beer, I won't either."


                • Richard Chrz
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                • Mr. Bones
                  Mr. Bones commented
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                  That there's what Ah'ma talkin bout, Mark!!!!

                  Older model, High Compression, cain't run me on no Unleaded, start knockin, especial goin uphills...
                  Last edited by Mr. Bones; November 14, 2021, 06:49 PM.


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