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Ort. Carlton.

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Re:Bottle, can or glass Thu, 01/22/09 11:13 PM (permalink)
Mosca
Glass, not frosted.

 
Mosca,
   Shaken or stirred?
      Bondingly, Ort. Carlton in Scenic Athens, Georgia, which has you-know-whut galore!
P. S. I do oddjobs sometimes.


 
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    Ort. Carlton.

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    Re:Bottle, can or glass Thu, 01/22/09 11:17 PM (permalink)
    Davydd
    I always thought frosted mugs were for root beer not beer.


    Davydd; Dearfolk,
       Hmmm... I always drink MY root beer out of a coffee cup. Hey, I got the idea from The Legendary Stardust Cowboy in 1968 and haven't wavered since!
          Unparalyzedly Wonderin' Who's Knockin' At Mah Door (and Ah'm not home to find out, neither!), Ort. Carlton in UTTERLY Psycho-Suave' Athens, Georgia.
     
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      Ort. Carlton.

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      Re:Bottle, can or glass Thu, 01/22/09 11:20 PM (permalink)
      wheregreggeats.com
      Nothing is better than a well poured Guinness.

       
      WhereGregEats,
         You are RIGHT ON!!
            Pointedly Unpintedly, Ort. Carlton in the Tap Handle Jungle of Athens, Georgia.


       
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        Ort. Carlton.

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        Re:Bottle, can or glass Thu, 01/22/09 11:22 PM (permalink)
        the ancient mariner
        Nothing should be drunk from a can. 


        O Ancient One,
           Not even tomato soup?
              Gloppingly, Ort. Carlton in Um, The Usual Place.
         
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          Ort. Carlton.

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          Re:Bottle, can or glass Thu, 01/22/09 11:32 PM (permalink)
          Dearfolk,
             Now for my serious answer. I prefer my beer on draught, and generally only drink from the bottle that which isn't available in keg format in my market. In cans, I often drink micro cans (Dale's Pale Ale, Old Chub, Gordon, and Ten Fidy Imperial Stout are all sold here), and sometimes will drink a canned beer just to keep the can and add it to my collection (which isn't growing very rapidly these days).
             The other night at Trappeze, through a very odd chain of events, I attempted to achieve a biological first and drink a beer through my nose, which didn't work terribly well... the effervescence messed up my sinuses, and I ran around with a carbonated nose for a couple of hours. Not recommended.
             Much of what I drink... probably 95%... is draught. We've got a great brewpub here as well as a good selection of odd domestics and imports in this market.
                Unbrewsedly, Ort. Carlton in Liveable Athens, Georgia.
          <message edited by Ort. Carlton. on Thu, 01/22/09 11:33 PM>
           
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            tkitna

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            Re:Bottle, can or glass Sat, 01/24/09 4:05 AM (permalink)
            I prefer cans. Bottles are a nuisance. They break when their tipped over and their tough to get rid of. Nothing irks me more than somebody bringing a 12 pack of bottles when we have to travel with the cooler.

            Frosted mug is nice, but it only lasts for one beer and then your at the normal glass faze. Plus, it causes the beer to taste flat or watered down in my opinion.
             
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              MiamiDon

              Re:Bottle, can or glass Sat, 01/24/09 7:20 AM (permalink)
              Al-The Mayor-Bowen


              Gregg and Others.

                If you are ever with me when we get our "first" Tall frosted Mug (24 oz or so) of a brew, you would understand my claim that the frost would not dilute the beer!!! There just isn't time for that !

               



              Maybe it's a Florida thing, but I almost always pour my beer into a frosted mug out in the tiki hut by the pool.
               
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                sk bob

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                Re:Bottle, can or glass Sat, 01/24/09 5:04 PM (permalink)
                Don, you know a mug won't fit in a coozie.
                 
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