Re: Coding fuel

From: Ethan Dicks (
Date: 1998-07-01 18:26:35

> Levente Harsfalvi wrote:
> > Amstel is good either.
> Argh. You can't be serious! Amstel (and Heinenken, for what it is worth)
> are the worst beers around (IMHO).

Those were our favorite beers in Greece (note: the Greeks are not famous
for good beer ;-)

Here in the States, beer isn't considered coding fuel.  The three drinks
of choice are Jolt, Coke and Mt Dew (Jolt and Mt. Dew have more than 80mg
of caffiene in the U.S., not always so overseas).

After a long day, I do enjoy a good beer.  Orval Trappist Ale is one
of my favorites, very tart and tannic.  My favorite category of beer
is English bitters, almost unobtainable in the U.S. (I got a taste for
it, of all places, in England).  It is available in Canada.  Whilst I
am an American, I detest crappy American beer like Budweiser and Miller.


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