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Larry
 Posted: May 15 2018, 09:18 PM
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This is the original formula from 1981. Christian Moreline Lager. Was actually pretty good but not worth 10 dollars a Six pack, My single costs $2.20. Very dark gold color.
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Pabst Brewing is largely credited as the first brewer to package beer in six packs. Supposedly, the magic number 6 was a result of studies conducted to determine the ideal weight for the average housewife to carry home from the store. However, it has also been said that beer was first sold in packs of 6 because of size, not weight. A six pack of beer was the perfect size to fit in a standard paper grocery bag.

SEXIST perhaps you might say,,
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This is a neat beer website

https://americanbeermuseum.com/
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 Posted: May 16 2018, 10:54 AM
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OK back up and running new reviews coming and more beer fun!!
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 Posted: Jun 3 2018, 11:48 AM
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2 hats light lime lager (Made by Miller) Not bad on a hot summer day, Light and easy to drink. I may have to buy it again.

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Micro breweries are springing up all over Idaho and in Boise you can't turn around without bumping into one.

The largest micro brewer in Idaho is Sockeye Brewery. They have a restaurant right down the street from me. Close enough to walk, but far enough to make you think about it...

Anyway they have a bunch of different brews. I just cannot grasp the appeal of super bitter and citrus overlays.

However Sockeye's Amber Perch is a good brew.

My favorite overall is Michelob Amber Bock.
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