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Posted on 29-Jul-2004 22:25 GMT by Agima67 comments
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What's the best beer to drink while using your Amiga?

*Disclamer*

Remember to use caution when using beer near you computer. Spilling beer in to your keyboard can cause hazardous and unknown effects.
Amiga and Beet : Comment 1 of 67ANN.lu
Posted by hooligan/dcs on 29-Jul-2004 20:42 GMT
Don't ask silly questions: Karhu


Next subject.
Amiga and Beet : Comment 2 of 67ANN.lu
Posted by Darth_X on 29-Jul-2004 20:45 GMT
Agima "Red Troll" beer? ;)
Amiga and Beet : Comment 3 of 67ANN.lu
Posted by hooligan/dcs on 29-Jul-2004 20:45 GMT
In reply to Comment 1 (hooligan/dcs):
Ops.. I wasn't entitled to answer. Im one of droids from attack of the clones :/
Amiga and Beet : Comment 4 of 67ANN.lu
Posted by Agima on 29-Jul-2004 20:50 GMT
In reply to Comment 2 (Darth_X):
Just to nice we can add...

"What's the best beer to drink while using your Amiga or Peg?"

Maybe "Pabst 'Blue' Ribbon"? ;)
Amiga and Beet : Comment 5 of 67ANN.lu
Posted by Ferry on 29-Jul-2004 21:20 GMT
Beer? Of course, a martini... ;¬)

Saluditos,

Ferrán.
Amiga and Beet : Comment 6 of 67ANN.lu
Posted by Agima on 29-Jul-2004 21:31 GMT
Mine might be... Rogue 'Dead Guy Ale'

http://www.rogue.com/


But I'm not sure I could choose just one beer...
Amiga and Beet : Comment 7 of 67ANN.lu
Posted by hooligan/dcs on 29-Jul-2004 21:32 GMT
You guys know shit of beers.. eod :)
Amiga and Beet : Comment 8 of 67ANN.lu
Posted by Agima on 29-Jul-2004 21:33 GMT
In reply to Comment 7 (hooligan/dcs):
>>You guys know shit of beers.. eod :)

You might be right, but believe me I know gallons and gallons of Pee about beers :)
Amiga and Beet : Comment 9 of 67ANN.lu
Posted by hooligan/dcs on 29-Jul-2004 21:48 GMT
In reply to Comment 8 (Agima):
>You might be right, but believe me I know gallons and gallons of Pee about beers :)

You must be one of those americans then..?
Amiga and Beet : Comment 10 of 67ANN.lu
Posted by Graham_NLI on 29-Jul-2004 22:21 GMT
Chimay Blue for the MorphOS horde.

Chimay Red for the AmigaOS group ... that, or Rodenbach Grand Cru ...
Amiga and Beet : Comment 11 of 67ANN.lu
Posted by Rafo on 29-Jul-2004 22:25 GMT
Prozac effervescent pills in a glass of water ?
Amiga and Beet : Comment 12 of 67ANN.lu
Posted by Darth_X on 29-Jul-2004 22:27 GMT
In reply to Comment 4 (Agima):
> "Pabst 'Blue' Ribbon"

Cheapaz american beer!
Amiga and Beet : Comment 13 of 67ANN.lu
Posted by Darth_X on 29-Jul-2004 22:29 GMT
When I worked for a small startup web development/coding company a few years ago, we drank Hermann's Dark Lager. During breaks of course, we wouldn't want to be drinking WHILE we were coding would we? ;)
Amiga and Beet : Comment 14 of 67ANN.lu
Posted by Frogger on 29-Jul-2004 22:37 GMT
In reply to Comment 13 (Darth_X):
Newcastle, or perhaps a guinnies if I'm hungry :)
Amiga and Beet : Comment 15 of 67ANN.lu
Posted by minator on 29-Jul-2004 22:37 GMT
Beer? why Beer?

We need a drink which is small, efficient, has been around for some time and is a pleasure to use.
Of course we also want there to be different kinds :-)

Might I suggest Whiskey?

I'm not a whiskey drinker usually but I'd go for Bushmills, though I'm biased as I have family there :-)


If you insist on a Beer just give me something from Belgium, I'm quite partial to Leffe or Grimbergen but they do plenty of good beers - including some very "efficient" beers like Duvel.
Amiga and Beet : Comment 16 of 67ANN.lu
Posted by hooligan/dcs on 29-Jul-2004 22:42 GMT
In reply to Comment 15 (minator):
Of Whiskeys, I have to say the best have I've got was 15 years anniversary Old Pulteneys-whiskey which was unbelievable. I seriously thought of divorsing and re-marrying to get another bottle. I couldn't find it anywhere where I live :(
Amiga and Beet : Comment 17 of 67ANN.lu
Posted by Thomas Würgler/Pagan on 29-Jul-2004 23:01 GMT
I have a really ancient pilsner commercial lying around with two hobos. One asks the other "Perikles, when does a Tuborg taste best?" and the other one replies "Every time."

Personally, I'd go for just about any good beer. I'm terribly fond of Velkopopovicky Kozel Dark these days though.
Amiga and Beet : Comment 18 of 67ANN.lu
Posted by Ale man on 29-Jul-2004 23:03 GMT
McEwwan's Scotch Ale, of course. (no joke, see http://www.beerlabels.com/labels/labels.pl/2239/mcewan_s_scotch_ale.html)
Amiga and Beet : Comment 19 of 67ANN.lu
Posted by Darth_X on 29-Jul-2004 23:23 GMT
In reply to Comment 15 (minator):
> Might I suggest Whiskey?

Can you code after a pint of whiskey? ;)

/me ducks

At least ya can code after a pint of beer...
Amiga and Beet : Comment 20 of 67ANN.lu
Posted by Anonymous on 29-Jul-2004 23:25 GMT
When it comes down to beer, if I can see through the glass of beer when I hold it up to a light, it's not dark enough. I would say close to 99% of the american horse piss is proof that my countrymen have no clue what beer is. Guinness extra stout isn't bad, but I've had better, just don't know the names. Most of the better beer I've had is either from the oddball parts of scotland or in the "micro pubs" of germany.
Amiga and Beet : Comment 21 of 67ANN.lu
Posted by hooligan/dcs on 29-Jul-2004 23:47 GMT
In reply to Comment 20 (Anonymous):
>I would say close to 99% of the american horse piss is proof that my countrymen have no clue what beer is.

You can say that again! Hell, one brave american once tried to convince me that Budweiser is actually something to be meant to drink...
Amiga and Beet : Comment 22 of 67ANN.lu
Posted by Darth_X on 29-Jul-2004 23:57 GMT
In reply to Comment 1 (hooligan/dcs):
One of these please: http://www.karhu.fi/images/lava.jpg !!!
Amiga and Beet : Comment 23 of 67ANN.lu
Posted by Anonymous on 30-Jul-2004 00:15 GMT
Samuel Adams.
Amiga and Beet : Comment 24 of 67ANN.lu
Posted by Darth_X on 30-Jul-2004 00:50 GMT
In reply to Comment 21 (hooligan/dcs):
> You can say that again! Hell, one brave american once tried to convince me that Budweiser is actually something to be meant to drink...



That's nothing, wait till they offer you a *GASP* "BUD Light"...





(That act alone could cause an "international incident")

;)
Amiga and Beet : Comment 25 of 67ANN.lu
Posted by Wizor on 30-Jul-2004 01:58 GMT
Probably Monty Pythons Holy Ale.

Which says in the label 'Tempered over burning witches', but most probably there's been a few trolls and blue fairys in the bonfire too.
Amiga and Beet : Comment 26 of 67ANN.lu
Posted by Dale on 30-Jul-2004 03:00 GMT
Rootbeer
Amiga and Beet : Comment 27 of 67ANN.lu
Posted by Amon_Re on 30-Jul-2004 03:57 GMT
Jupiler ^^ (Belgian beer)
Amiga and Beet : Comment 28 of 67ANN.lu
Posted by Amon_Re on 30-Jul-2004 03:59 GMT
In reply to Comment 10 (Graham_NLI):
Belgian beer ^^ :P
Amiga and Beet : Comment 29 of 67ANN.lu
Posted by Joe Torre on 30-Jul-2004 04:14 GMT
In order to remain sharp (since many years) I have consumed the highst resolution beer, a TRUE Hi-Res beer!
No mere 640, but the full 704 or 768 Pixels worth!!!
HIRES beer: http://www.dpsu.com/hires_root_beer.html
(P.S. Never got drunk, but F-10, Shift-S showed it all...)
Amiga and Beet : Comment 30 of 67ANN.lu
Posted by Crumb // AAT on 30-Jul-2004 04:51 GMT
Franciscanner, Leffe, Satan, Judas, Quack, Skaldis ... the first two are the softest, but I love the taste of Franciscanner. The next ones are a little stronger, and the last one is quite strong (IRC it has 12.5º). It depends on how drunk you want to get... some coders say that their code quality increases with the amount of alcohol the drink but I don't think I'm in the same group. Fortunately, the alcohol quantity I drink doesn't affect my code much, it's as crap as always :-D
Amiga and Beet : Comment 31 of 67ANN.lu
Posted by Crumb // AAT on 30-Jul-2004 04:54 GMT
In reply to Comment 10 (Graham_NLI):
Oh yeah Chimay is great :-)
Delirium Tremens is nice too

And don't forget agustjn (agustinus?), it's quite good too :-)
Amiga and Beet : Comment 32 of 67ANN.lu
Posted by Johan "Hagge" Krüger-Haglert on 30-Jul-2004 05:54 GMT
lame
Amiga and Beet : Comment 33 of 67ANN.lu
Posted by Olegil on 30-Jul-2004 06:14 GMT
In reply to Comment 15 (minator):
At least 3 of the "6 classic malts" are on my "top ten" list. Oban, Cragganmore, Dalwhinnie. Add Glenmorangie to that shopping list and I'm a happy shivering blob in the gutter.

Beer:
Carlsberg or Tuborg as a refreshing summer drink
Newcastle Brown Ale fits nicely in with a single malt in the other hand ;-)
Guiness when you're in the "dark and bitter" mood
Amiga and Beet : Comment 34 of 67ANN.lu
Posted by Peter Gordon on 30-Jul-2004 06:17 GMT
Stella Artois. Mmmmmmm.
Amiga and Beet : Comment 35 of 67ANN.lu
Posted by unkNowNhm on 30-Jul-2004 06:42 GMT
AmiBeer... just like AmiCola but Beer :)
Amiga and Beet : Comment 36 of 67ANN.lu
Posted by Alkis Tsapanidis on 30-Jul-2004 07:04 GMT
In reply to Comment 8 (Agima):
Guiness! :-)
Amiga and Beet : Comment 37 of 67ANN.lu
Posted by ujb on 30-Jul-2004 07:31 GMT
In reply to Comment 15 (minator):
Oh yes - Duvel! That makes your day. Sadly difficult to get in Germany, but whenever I am in the Netherlands (or of course Belgium, but this happens only rare) it's Duvel time. There are plenty other Belgium beeres which are really cool.
But for generic usage I prefer German Pils beers from the West i.e. Krombacher, Bit (they shold offer a bundle of 8 bottles which they could sell as byte then) or Pinkus. in summertime those Bavarian white beers are very refreshing (Paulaner has a nice (flash) site @ www.paulaner.de available in Bavarian, German, English)
Amiga and Beet : Comment 38 of 67ANN.lu
Posted by Bill Panagouleas on 30-Jul-2004 07:40 GMT
In reply to Comment 2 (Darth_X):
Green Tea
Amiga and Beet : Comment 39 of 67ANN.lu
Posted by Stefan Blixth on 30-Jul-2004 08:17 GMT
Kilkenny is my choice if I would drink any beer infront of my Peggy/Miggy for sure =)
Amiga and Beet : Comment 40 of 67ANN.lu
Posted by Thomas Würgler/Pagan on 30-Jul-2004 08:28 GMT
In reply to Comment 38 (Bill Panagouleas):
@Bill:
Not in this thread you don't. As a punishment you are awarded one Green Tuborg.
Then you can have your tea ;)
Amiga and Beet : Comment 41 of 67ANN.lu
Posted by Felix on 30-Jul-2004 08:47 GMT
Heineken!
Amiga and Beet : Comment 42 of 67ANN.lu
Posted by Alkis Tsapanidis on 30-Jul-2004 09:35 GMT
In reply to Comment 41 (Felix):
Only when Guiness is not available and sadly, that is most of the time.
Amiga and Beet : Comment 43 of 67ANN.lu
Posted by steve-o^ on 30-Jul-2004 09:47 GMT
what about the almighty Carlsberg Special Brew?!?! ;)

I have empty cans of Stella sitting next to my monitor, but my usual choice is Newkie Brown, Guinness (especially in the Winter months!) and Stella. I'm partial to a bit of snakebite in the summer, too ;)
Amiga and Beet : Comment 44 of 67ANN.lu
Posted by l'Ours on 30-Jul-2004 10:08 GMT
Beer isn't enough strong to forget amiga is dead :-(
Amiga and Beet : Comment 45 of 67ANN.lu
Posted by Man on the moon on 30-Jul-2004 10:14 GMT
D'oh!
Only Duff beer for me!
Amiga and Beet : Comment 46 of 67ANN.lu
Posted by Neko on 30-Jul-2004 12:09 GMT
11 YEAR OLD CANADIAN CLUB!

Can't beat it.
Amiga and Beet : Comment 47 of 67ANN.lu
Posted by Pietro Ghizzoni on 30-Jul-2004 13:04 GMT
In reply to Comment 46 (Neko):
Havana Club 7 years old... always the best! Even better a Coca-Havana.. the perfect long drink.
Amiga and Beet : Comment 48 of 67ANN.lu
Posted by cheesegrate on 30-Jul-2004 13:17 GMT
corona with a lemon in it.
Amiga and Beet : Comment 49 of 67ANN.lu
Posted by corpse on 30-Jul-2004 14:20 GMT
homebrew Irish stout(basically better Guinness) or if it's all gone, a couple 2 litre cans of Asahi Super Dry.
Amiga and Beet : Comment 50 of 67ANN.lu
Posted by Darth_X on 30-Jul-2004 14:26 GMT
In reply to Comment 38 (Bill Panagouleas):
> Green Tea

I like green tea as well.
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