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Discussion in 'Electric Instruments' started by sergiodeblanc, Mar 18, 2017.
I gotta be honest, I don't know who the big 3 are? This term might be a holdover from the old days.
The name alone scares me.
You can have all my share of Rolling Rocks then, I can't do 'em.
Budweiser, Miller, Coors.
Although at least two are now owned by multinational corps, I believe.
In all honesty, I've never had a Schlitz
It was my first time too.
If you have a chance, check out Boulevard Tank #7. One of my favorite beers.
Late to the party I know, but that's one heck of a snag
Being in Kansas City, I can definitely get down with some Tank #7. For my bachelor party, we did a tour of the brewery and tried all kinds of good stuff.
Some of my favorites from the Smokestack Series are Tank #7, One Strange Tripel, and Sixth Glass.
Ah, yes. Anheuser Bush (Bud) is owned by InBev which is a Belgian company. Miller and Coors are the same company, it's called MillerCoors. They used to be a joint venture between SAB (a South African company) and Molson Coors, but my research just concluded that SAB merged with InBev a few months ago and spun off their share of MillerCoors which was bought by Molson Coors.
Blame the crack on ups.
If you were the seller, you'd want to know. Inform them in an adult manner..they'll appreciate it
Bummer about the blemish, but you have the right attitude. My brand new one came with an messed up volume pot, cuts out from 8-9. Just ordered a new pot and will have a buddy it in, better than sending it back for a $8 fix. Love the guitar though, have barely put it down
Let's see if this works..
I do not know the beer of which you speak..........But I was a long time user of sleeping meds when I worked shift work. Often the my body would fight through the artificial tiredness and I'd enter a state of delerium for want of a better word. I n this altered state of consciousness I bought at least four guitars, one core PRS (new). Didn't go down to well with the boss.
Ive since removed all shopping apps from my notebook / iPad and got rid of PayPal etc.
N my defence I bought some bloody nice instruments for someone with an altered senses.
You've just described 96.48% of the members of this board.
Sixth Glass is a little too smokey for my tastes, but I'll give One Strange Tripel a go if I can find it. I'll be back in KC later this year, I should see if I can arrange a tour of the brewery.
I'm in that demographic
Solidly, it appears. Apparently, I bought something last night with the help of a bottle of Mezcal (not the whole bottle! ), and a nudge from a fellow forum member
Schlitz. Ugh. Only had it a couple times as it was on the way out by the time I started drinking. As to Milwaukee's Best - tried drinking it. Couldn't. Then my wife tried cooking with it. Chased us out of the apartment with the smell. Seriously, was like something had died on the stove.
Buckhorn or Cold Spring were the cheap beers around the Twin Cities at that time. How cheap? Let's put it this way, the canned mineral water from both breweries was more expensive than the beer.
These days, my beer tastes jump around with different craft brewers. Although I have a very soft spot for Trooper by Iron Maiden, which is a great English ale. A buddy who is an importer clued me in on it.
Oh, and that's a really nice looking SE. Dave seems to get a lot of used that appear unplayed. That's one thing that gets me when I stop by there. You sometimes have to look at the tag to see if it new or not. Sitting on the wall, they look identical.