Ethan Dicks wrote: > Those were our favorite beers in Greece (note: the Greeks are not famous > for good beer ;-) Drinking beer in Greece is just like drinking beer in France or drinking wine in the Czech republic: Not done :) > > 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). heh. Jolt is on the so-called "Opium-list" over here. The organisation of the TakeOver'98 party (yeah, I know.. No X part, so it sucks anyway) had some problems with the fact that they kinda sold Jolt at that party.. > > After a long day, I do enjoy a good beer. Orval Trappist Ale is one > of my favorites, very tart and tannic. If it's got any relation to the belgian Orval Trappists, it's very good indeed too. > 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. > Budweiser should be good, since it's supposed to be the US version of Budvar... -- Martijn van Buul, email@example.com Tijntje@OuterSpace - 220.127.116.11 3333 - This message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list. To unsubscribe: echo unsubscribe | mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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