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Ales are Irish. Stout is an ale.
Skeptical Measurer & Audio Scrounger
A patty is something you fry when making hamburgers.
Except I have something 'patty' in my back yard.
Too much is never enough
Dang! You beat me to it.
This weekend, we're going to shop for some new, wait for it,...
More worried about what people keep under their patio.
been so for quite a few years now (@ least what we get in the Los Angeles area).
I drank/liked it on tap in the 70's/80's, and the bottles were still good until 4-5 years ago.
Unfortunately the same has happened to our local supply of bottled Guinness Extra Stout (last 2-3 years I think) in that it now has a strong citrus flavor profile
As I'm of Scots-Irish descent (Grandmother on my Father's side) I can simply have a nice glass of Wild Turkey and call it a day while still embracing my HillBilly heritage.
Bummer for me as beer/ale is a treat (interfears with my BP meds) and I consume/average less than 6 bottles a year.
It was an empty glass.
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