Drinkers with a Running Problem

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Schlafly (Read 313 times)


A Dance with Monkeys

    On the move

     

    Makin' this in Nashville -

     


    Ostrich runner

      Perhaps I should give it another chance, but the only time I tried a Schlafly it was undrinkable.

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      A Dance with Monkeys

        Which one did you drink?  They make loads of beers.  Some are great.  Some are not.  I found their berry wheat on par with Leine's (not a good thing).


        Prince of Fatness

          Some are great.  Some are not.

           

          I was going to ask how this stuff was.  So it's a matter having something different available to you?

          Semi-retired.


          A Dance with Monkeys

            Well, it is a matter of having the good ones available to you, and knowing which ones to avoid.  If you glance at BA, you will see that they have some As, some Bs and some Cs.  They have an overall A-.


            Prince of Fatness

              That's what I figured.  More options are always welcome, and if there is something that you like that will be more readily available, all the better.

               

              Those beers are another example of what you can't get in NJ.  I shouldn't complain, there is enough available here to make me happy.

              Semi-retired.


              A Dance with Monkeys

                Yeah, I was planning on correcting your experiential deficit.


                Former runner

                  I haven't seen this one on the shelf but I hear it's a full bodied beer.

                   

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                  Ross


                  Former runner

                    Picked up a 6 pack of Schlafly Unfiltered Wheat tonight. Nice and refreshing after mowing the lawn.

                    Ross


                    Ostrich runner

                      Which one did you drink?  They make loads of beers.  Some are great.  Some are not.  I found their berry wheat on par with Leine's (not a good thing).

                       

                      I had one or two out of a variety pack...I think one was a wheat of some variety. I'm not sure what the other was, but it tasted soapy--similar to Yeungling or a Midwestern lake that has had lots of coolant leak into it.

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                      Fat butt on couch

                         it tasted soapy--similar to Yeungling or a Midwestern lake that has had lots of coolant leak into it.

                         Ah, the Erie Amber...

                        "If you want to be a bad a$s, then do what a bad a$s does.  There's your pep talk for today.  Go Run." -- Slo_Hand

                         


                        Former runner

                          What's the deal with the 20th anniversary caps? It took me 6 beers before I noticed the text under the caps.

                          Ross