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Beer Drinking Afro-Punks


Beer Drinking Afro-Punks

Those who enjoy the golden goodness. Whether you're a craft beer enthusiast, keg-standing party animal, or you just enjoy a cold one every now n then.

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drink for taste, drink for drunk

Started by Q.A.Bradford. Last reply by Mr. Kurtz Apr 21, 2016. 2 Replies

Untappd Beer App

Started by Gullah*Gotham*Glitter. Last reply by Phredrixxx Nov 20, 2014. 1 Reply

Best Tasting Lite Beer

Started by Gullah*Gotham*Glitter. Last reply by cortney crime Feb 13, 2010. 3 Replies

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Comment by Da' Bladewielder on November 23, 2014 at 8:41pm

Glad to be a member of a group that loves beer!!! I'm a Guinness drinker (especially a Black & Tan with Harp Ale).  Also love ShockTop Apple Wheat. Drink On Folks!!!  

Comment by Staffan Gerhard on January 14, 2012 at 10:24am

I live in philly and there is a beer week that last two weeks, in the other cities is there something like that?

Comment by John Ask on March 3, 2011 at 9:17am
I was lucky enough to partake in the Belgium Saison by: Cazeau. It's distributed through 12% Imports; if you can get it? It's only 4.8%ABU but the taste is crisp with a slight hint of citrus. The head is light with the smell of lemon and orange peels! This is the perfect beer for the morning with breakfast or brunch if you're into brunch?
Comment by John Ask on March 2, 2011 at 2:14pm
Had this years "Aprihop" from Dogfish and was a bit disappointed? Love the "Pangea" released by Dogfish but didn't much care for the "Red & Blue" released by Dogfish also? I guess Dog Fish really is hit of miss; but constant on the 60, 90 & 120 minute IPA's! This weekend; I'm going for the "25 to One" by Stillwater Artisanal Ales! Drink seasonal, drink less, drink better!!!
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Comment by Voodo Fe' Culture - on February 24, 2011 at 3:12pm

Putting my beer caps to good use... got more at


Comment by Heretic on October 14, 2010 at 9:04am
AIJARAMA: Envy! One day, one day....

Anyway, an updateon my first attempt at brewing my own beer. Success! By doubling the amount of time I allowed the mash to rest, I ended up with an ESb: Extra Special with only a little bitter. The extra brew time gave it a more complex, almost fruity flavor and a smoother finish than every other ESB I've ever tried. I'm going to be brewing up several batches of the stuff over the course of the next couple of months.
Comment by AijaRama on September 23, 2010 at 8:09am

In Dublin with Ireland's finest...
Comment by conspicuious green on May 20, 2010 at 6:28pm
=]I whole heartedly approve. I've never been able to drink bitter, and snakebites remind me vomit and crying...:-\ love the idea of making a beer what percent? you could give brewdog a run for their money by topping 41%. the names are usually chosen after the "birth", right? ales/bitters have the weirdest name i've noticed.
Feel free to send moi some =]
Comment by Heretic on May 20, 2010 at 4:56pm
I'm just kicking off a new hobby. Now, if I can produce something truly great, I might rethink that.

"ESB" stands for Extra Special Bitter, a British-style pale ale. They vary in color, though I prefer the darker amber versions. I've loved them ever since I visited Juneau, Alaska and tried my first draft Alaskan ESB.

As for fruity beers, I'm not much into them. Exceptions include Belgian Lambic beers, and a personal favorite of mine: a mixed brew drink called Snakebite (one part dry hard cider, one part lager).

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