[funsec] Beer for Geeks
brian at gfi.com
Fri Jan 13 06:01:33 CST 2006
> Guinness is always default unless something interesting such as a
Belgian or local beer is about
or a nice bottle of wine? Shurely its just as geeky to quaff a nice
bottle of red ;)
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On Behalf Of Gadi Evron
Sent: Friday, January 13, 2006 10:25 AM
To: Julio Canto
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Subject: Re: [funsec] Beer for Geeks
Julio Canto wrote:
>>> Approved Japanese beers:
>>> Kirin Heartland
>>> Sapporo Lager (comes in bottles)
>>> Sapporo Kuro Label (black)
>>> Kirin Lager
> Kirin tastes good... Anyway, there's nothing like Belgian beers.
Well, Czech beers are not half bad... Austrian ones are cool too.
I have a special liking to Belgian beers that sound like British ones:
1. Gordon Hyland.
2. John Martyn's.
Then there are the honey flavored ones, which you either love or hate:
I am mis-spelling all of them.. I just never concentrated much on the
Also, it should be noted that whatever else may happen, Guinness is
always default unless something interesting such as a Belgian or local
beer is about.
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