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If HP printers were bartenders
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If HP printers were bartenders

"a man standing next to another man"

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pulse Report This Comment
Date: February 28, 2024 04:01AM

Also you're only renting the beer. You need to give it back afterwards so we can turn it into American beer winking
smiley
woberto Report This Comment
Date: February 28, 2024 04:37AM

OOOoohhh BUuuurn!!!
Anon Report This Comment
Date: February 28, 2024 11:58PM

I don't drink pulse, but was it really that bad when you were over there, or are you now into craft beers?
woberto Report This Comment
Date: February 29, 2024 12:13AM

This is an actual picture of pulse...

...what do you think?
Anon Report This Comment
Date: February 29, 2024 01:26AM

Woberto what's your problem? I admit my posts were getting long lately (I'm not a bot) but what has pulse done to deserve this?
pulse Report This Comment
Date: February 29, 2024 07:39AM

I wish I was cool enough to pull off a man bun.

I've tried most of the mainstream US beers eg your Millers, Buds, Busch, Coors.. so the kind of "main" ones that were available 20 years ago (fuck I'm getting old) and I don't really like any of them.

I didn't mind Sierra Nevada but that was a pale ale. And, as it goes, yes I do like what would today be called craft beers smiling
smiley A nice IPA/XPA or similar. Or something like Leffe Brune. I also don't like most of our domestic beers. Anything that was Lion Nathan can die in a fire; most of the mainstream CUB ones etc. The worst thing in the world was when Lion Nathan started buying all the Melbourne pubs and replacing everything with Tooheys.

I mostly drink wine, though I did have a pint of Balter (hazy IPA) with lunch today.
Anon Report This Comment
Date: February 29, 2024 10:15PM

Some Germans are ashamed of the beers they export. Their brewers are mostly craft, owned by the same families for up to 300 years. They complete their production runs and that's that, quality over quantity. From what people have told me (eager to talk about brewing their own whey they discover I don't drink, so won't want any), Australia should adopt the German beer purity law (ingredients) for anything imported and legislate an 8 week brewing time (it's now 4). That may get me flamed, but those people were adamant about how much better their beer tasted, and after the virus, beer sales have slumped. Now's the perfect time.
pulse Report This Comment
Date: March 01, 2024 09:27AM

German beer is usually pretty good. Haven't had one I haven't enjoyed.
woberto Report This Comment
Date: March 03, 2024 09:46PM

According to HR...
...I cannot call it a "Twat Knot".
totally lost
And most definitely cannot refer to it as...
...a saddle-horn from Brokeback Mountain.
clown
Anon Report This Comment
Date: March 05, 2024 03:07AM

Beer consumption is falling, it's not going back up. There will eventually be only one large brewer. The one who adapts sells, and can provide hand sanitizer if we need it like that again.