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Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by Tebuken, Jul 6, 2012.

  1. Tebuken

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    Just fooling around :

    Suppose you are doomed to be executed, they say ´sir, your last desire is just to drink a beer´. What beer would you drink?.

    Edit : My beer would be my homebrewed Strog Dark Ale
     
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    My first ever DFH 60 min Clone. Sometimes Mistakes Become Miracles
     
  3. djaeon

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    2009 Bourbon Country Brand Stout.
     
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  4. koopa

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    A bottle of 3F Millenium Gueuze sourced from the cellar of DHVL if poured for me by Joost himself :)
     
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    A Westvleteren 12 with one of Thijs's chest hairs?
     
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    I think the one in my hand would do just fine. I just want to see it coming :)
     
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    Sink the Bismark, I wanna be drunk for the execution...

    In reality, probably something like Aventinus or my homebrewed dunkelweizen. A 3L mug please.
     
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  8. Tebuken

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    That s nice to hear,but your homebrewig beers?
     
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    An Indian Brown Ale or an Arrogant Bastard, the first is my favorite (not so much) session beer. the second is probably a pretty good descriptor and I want to be remembered for the beer I drink (and make)
     
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    One which isn't going to be brewed until 2052.
     
  11. gregkoko

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    Pliny please
     
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    I'd go with a heavy-handed stout. I'll kick the bucket just after the last sip. Who says you can't take it with you when you go.
     
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    DFH 90. Always a favorite; may as well kick the bucket to it.
     
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    A 3L bottle of Arrogant Bastard that had a paper clip, nail file, stun gun and a short length of rope in it.
     
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    La Fin du Monde
     
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    If I were guaranteed to live until I got to try it... HotD Dave
     
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    Vanilla Bean Dark Lord. Since I've never had it and it's so hard to get. That will probably be the only way I'll ever be able to try one.
     
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    If in that situation I probably have been beer less for many many years and even a BMC would probably be ok at that point. My choice though would be fresh first day serving of younger.

    Enjoy
     
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    I figure go with a Trappiste beer. Hopefully God will look kindly upon all the donations I have given the monks :p
     
  22. draheim

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    Probably a Bud Light. It would make dying a little easier.
     
  23. FosterJM

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    A Cuvee of M, Dave and Wooden Hell. With a floater of Framboos on top.

    Cheers!
     
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    Pumking, death would be the prefered option after that.
     
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    a grand cru of bourbon county coffee, vanilla and rare
     
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    Vanilla Brandy DL with some S'mores on the side.
     
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    Grey Monday.

    Let the hype train begin.
     
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    Smuttynose IPA without a doubt.
     
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    a fresh Heady. Like as fresh as the 2 cases I got yesterday that were literally taken off a pallet an hour after being canned.
     
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    Bourbon Barrel Eric's Ale, although for how much I drank of it and how much came back up, best beer I have ever had hands down.
     
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    I've heard that a St. Bernardus 12 with one of the brewers eye lashes is comparable FWIW
     
  32. SawDog505

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    I think a Pliny the Younger growler, because it is the best beer in my favorite style that I can't get. I would turn to the executioner like Winston Wolf in Pulpfiction and pause and say mmm. Beers I have had, would have to be The Abyss.
     
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    Hopslam. I know may not what most would pick, but I love the stuff!
     
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    probably have to go with bourbon county vanilla.
     
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    I'll probably be the only one to say this, but oh well, give me an oak aged yeti!
     
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    Bud Light Lime would take all the sting out of death
     
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    A bottle of BB4D. Any year.
     
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    Bourbon Barrel Aged Plead the Fifth off of a busty girl's chest (Talk about a sipper).
     
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    Blabaer or Wooden Hell.
     
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    I guess I could try Supplication, maybe it works.
     
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