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Dr. Judy Wood - Breakthrough Energy Movement Conf.

Non-Beer Discussion by KENDOSURF

This is a presentation from 2012. I only recently was made aware of it. It's got lots of company online, in its criticism of the "Official Reports" regarding 9/11. [8] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aWNzq9OWGmY


3 years ago
# 12
# 12

quote: Originally posted by heemer77
Oh, the classic desert island beer. I had to think on it. It's too easy to go for my highest rated sour/imperial stout as those are best suited to sipping and special occasions for me. I love porters, but would probably get tired of one after a while. So I agree with you, KendoSurf, I would likely choose a lighter lager. However, I think a pils with just enough hops to make it interesting would fit the ticket. A well made fresh and hoppy pils is a thing of beauty, but hard to find. So for something that is regularly commercially available, I am going with Sixpoint The Crisp Pilsner. I could just as easily go another direction with Orval.
[?] Have you tried Founders PC Pils? https://www.beeradvocate.com/beer/profile/1199/232360/ http://www.chicagonow.com/the-beeronaut/2017/05/beer-by-the-grill-founders-pc-pils/ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l4hyUSUVfR0

5 months ago
# 13
# 13

Gots me some o' this. I'd say...maybe...benchmark macro lager now. Across the board GOOD *** in all respects; not excelling in any. [:)] http://www.fearlesscritic.com/beer/170/molson-canadian Some reviews...not recent...but favorable to my POV, are online. [8)]

5 months ago
# 14
# 14

SIGMUND
59222

SIGMUND
59222

https://www.beerpal.com/Worthingtons-White-Shield-Beer/12891/ [:p]

5 months ago
# 15
# 15

HEEMER77
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quote: Originally posted by KendoSurf [?] Have you tried Founders PC Pils? https://www.beeradvocate.com/beer/profile/1199/232360/ http://www.chicagonow.com/the-beeronaut/2017/05/beer-by-the-grill-founders-pc-pils/ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l4hyUSUVfR0
Many moons ago. Good stuff.

5 months ago
# 16
# 16

quote: Originally posted by heemer77
quote: quote: Originally posted by KendoSurf [?] Have you tried Founders PC Pils? https://www.beeradvocate.com/beer/profile/1199/232360/ http://www.chicagonow.com/the-beeronaut/2017/05/beer-by-the-grill-founders-pc-pils/ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l4hyUSUVfR0
Many moons ago. Good stuff.
[:)] Agreed. Altho' I'm more of a round lager fan, this is one of the hoppy ones that I liked. FOUNDERS ranks high in my brewery book.

5 months ago
# 17
# 17

quote: Originally posted by Sigmund
https://www.beerpal.com/Worthingtons-White-Shield-Beer/12891/ [:p]
[;)] Another hoppy beer fan! I followed from your link, and saw that MolsonCoors has a more diverse portfolio than I'd of thunk. IMO it's not a total disgrace for a big conglom to buy a brewery...IF they leave the brewing, TO said brewery. When the conglom chooses to f up the formula in hopes of greater finincial gain...that, sir, REALLY SUCKS !!! [V] -------------------------------------- An aside: Glad you & heemer recently posted here. I've been told that I was "keeping the site alive". Socially, that is...Flash and the Mods do the technical and review aspects without involvement from me! [;)] I'm now trying to be less overly present here. I think maybe, when Members enter, they may become annoyed at all the KendoSurf in the forums! Not my intention to monopolize BeerPal's forums, believe me. If I can encourage more Forum Posts by less personal input...GREAT !!! [^][^][^]

5 months ago
# 18
# 18

I can't decipher how to quote BradPear's post. Anyhow, I have bought my first ever liter of Everclear, 23.99 bt. I am being VERY cautious (GOOD IDEA, all!). Drinking an oj + a shot and already got the buzz of 2 or 3 regular beers! Poured a small sip for tasting. Sweet-Grainy-ALCOHOL HEAT! Hardly any aroma, but what's there is ethanol. No surprise. Everclear can send you to the hospital. BE CAREFUL! ;)

5 months ago
# 19
# 19

Everclear has a new label...now in effect. Just bought a liter today. :) https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/voraciously/wp/2018/09/26/everclear-wants-you-to-think-its-a-craft-cocktail-ingredient-good-luck-with-that/?noredirect=on&utm_term=.022d37855a39 The loss of really cheap bottom shelf sour mash whiskey (around here, anyway) is a mixed blessing. The pronounced gamey undertaste actually enhanced the vanilla flavor of Vanilla/Vanilla ice cream sodas. Ex. Evan Williams introduced a cheaper-but-better bottom shelf product. Yes, it's better whiskey, but it does NOT work well in the vanilla ice cream soda department. :( Start with a shot of Everclear to a pint of Vaniila/Vanilla ice cream soda. I used Edy's and A&W for this outing. Suit to taste, subsequently. It's OK. Everclear adds bitterness and alcohol warmth, but you shouldn't taste the Everclear too much. It's NOT tasty on its own. Use discretion.

5 months ago
# 20
# 20

FLASHPRO
45614

You're back!

5 months ago
# 21
# 21

I'm, not sure I could ever drink one and only one beer product for a year. Given the constraints of availability, and cost, I would probably pick Young's Double Chocolate Stout.

5 months ago
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