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RE: Moderators..Clean up this FORUM!!! 2008/09/07 20:49:09 (permalink)
Actually you have a point. Strohs beer is strong but smooth. It has real flavor. Its more robust then Adams but with the same smoothness. It is not a Bud lite. As to the others Strohs owns them but its not their beer. If you want a really cheap watery beer try Goebel. Its also owned by Stroh but is for bathing in.

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RE: Moderators..Clean up this FORUM!!! 2008/09/07 20:53:35 (permalink)
Songcraft

"The beer is chilled an on tap! Enjoy "


What-Coopers Pale ale on tap-you must be an expatriate-it`s hard enough finding it in Oz!
Sammy Adams Boston Lager for me (when i can afford it!
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RE: Moderators..Clean up this FORUM!!! 2008/09/07 20:57:10 (permalink)

ORIGINAL: John
Its also owned by Stroh but is for bathing in.


Kinda like "Busch" or "Old Milwaulkee"...

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RE: Moderators..Clean up this FORUM!!! 2008/09/07 20:57:25 (permalink)

ORIGINAL: Brandon Ryan [Cakewalk]


ORIGINAL: kreeper_6

This forum is becoming cluttered with crap that belongs in the "Off-Topic" forum. The "High Post Count" people are bringing the professional level of this forum down and are in no competition to the professionalism of the Cubase forums.


You do see the irony here, right?



Plus 1!!

Straight to the point. Very admirable and suitable for the circumstances. You are da Ma (or in this case..) the Ad' Man' istrator!

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RE: Moderators..Clean up this FORUM!!! 2008/09/07 21:03:49 (permalink)

ORIGINAL: kreeper_6

This forum is becoming cluttered with crap that belongs in the "Off-Topic" forum. The "High Post Count" people are bringing the professional level of this forum down and are in no competition to the professionalism of the Cubase forums.





What to you have against Members of the forum that have a high post count.....I mean, come on now, seriously??






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RE: Moderators..Clean up this FORUM!!! 2008/09/07 21:08:53 (permalink)

ORIGINAL: Malibu1328

#3 is #1


I kinda agree with that.

Ooops, I disagreed with someone, will that put me on the list (OK, albeit #8,9637, but hey..who knows, maybe I'll get better at it, but is that good or bad ??


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RE: Moderators..Clean up this FORUM!!! 2008/09/07 21:11:50 (permalink)

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RE: Moderators..Clean up this FORUM!!! 2008/09/07 21:15:57 (permalink)
Ooops, I disagreed with someone,

Its OK to disagree just try not to be disagreeable. LOL

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RE: Moderators..Clean up this FORUM!!! 2008/09/07 21:19:42 (permalink)
+1 to Kirin! The Japanese certainly got this beer just perfect! But alas, I only have one bottle left in my fridge Interesting though, I know it to look like this:



I think that's what the Australian version looks like. I didn't know until now that it was brewed in Australia... I want to find some genuine Japanese Kirin and compare!

And a vote for Asahi. Amazing beer.

Also would like to put a vote out there for Hoegaarden. Some great stuff too.
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RE: Moderators..Clean up this FORUM!!! 2008/09/07 21:25:50 (permalink)
ORIGINAL: AndyW
ORIGINAL: John
Its also owned by Stroh but is for bathing in.

Kinda like "Busch" or "Old Milwaulkee"...


... or Schlitz... Go for the Gusto!(tm)

EDIT: added appropriate styling

post edited by keith - 2008/09/07 21:30:04
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RE: Moderators..Clean up this FORUM!!! 2008/09/07 21:47:49 (permalink)
I like various varieties of Aussie beers, VB being one of the most popular but I also like Coopers, Fosters and for something with a bite 'Redback' has a redback spider on the label On the plane to the US my first taste of US beer was Miller's and it's not too bad, tastes a little bit like Crown Lager (Aussie beer). But then again nothing beats a good home brew.

 
 
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RE: Moderators..Clean up this FORUM!!! 2008/09/07 22:01:33 (permalink)
There are other beers besides BudLight? Wow!
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RE: Moderators..Clean up this FORUM!!! 2008/09/08 00:28:32 (permalink)
BUSCH: Born of Natural Ingredients, It's Smooth, Refreshing Beer
(lesser known motto, it's one of America's 3 great beers).

Uh, WHAT?!

OH, my liver . . . .


 

 
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RE: Moderators..Clean up this FORUM!!! 2008/09/08 00:43:16 (permalink)
Opps! Hit delete all instead of export! Oh Well! Too bad!! That's what happens when working in SONAR under the influence of alcohol *guzzle, guzzle* *burp*

 
 
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RE: Moderators..Clean up this FORUM!!! 2008/09/08 00:45:52 (permalink)
The irony for me is that I never have to read kreeper's posts as I blocked him a while back

Amen to that.
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RE: Moderators..Clean up this FORUM!!! 2008/09/08 00:52:34 (permalink)
I like general forum junk, makes places more welcoming and community like.
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RE: Moderators..Clean up this FORUM!!! 2008/09/08 01:08:42 (permalink)

ORIGINAL: d45
I like general forum junk, makes places more welcoming and community like.


Well, that's a very positive and uplifting slant on things. Welcome!
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RE: Moderators..Clean up this FORUM!!! 2008/09/08 01:12:36 (permalink)
Thank you...nice meeting you all in this Cakewalk AA gathering, the Steinberg type people are far too sober for my liking.
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RE: Moderators..Clean up this FORUM!!! 2008/09/08 02:30:54 (permalink)

ORIGINAL: SongCraft

I like various varieties of Aussie beers, VB being one of the most popular

Erk! At the risk of being disagreeable, I have to respectfully disagree in the most respectful manner imaginable. VeeBee tastes like (and I've tried desperately to employ an entirely appropriate euphemism here, and the best I can offer is) "gnats urine". Of the Aussie beers, Cascade is the drink, that and James Boag. And I'm not from Tassie, I'm a Sandgroper.

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RE: Moderators..Clean up this FORUM!!! 2008/09/08 03:00:25 (permalink)
ORIGINAL: BluesMeister


ORIGINAL: SongCraft

I like various varieties of Aussie beers, VB being one of the most popular

Erk! At the risk of being disagreeable, I have to respectfully disagree in the most respectful manner imaginable. VeeBee tastes like (and I've tried desperately to employ an entirely appropriate euphemism here, and the best I can offer is) "gnats urine". Of the Aussie beers, Cascade is the drink, that and James Boag. And I'm not from Tassie, I'm a Sandgroper.

LOL!! That's OK to disagree, can't expect everyone to favour the same beer

I use to live in Sydney it seemed that VB was the choice though maybe these days that has changed. I've been living in the USA for almost 4 years now. I do remember having Cascade and yes it's a nice drink, Green bottle I think it has the Tasmanian Devil on the label!?!.

I was at the local supermarket in the USA when I spotted Coopers, got a 6 pack of that, they also sell Fosters but not VB or "gnats urine" as you described it LOL!! Next time I'll see if they sell Cascade.

Cheers!

 
 
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RE: Moderators..Clean up this FORUM!!! 2008/09/08 03:04:20 (permalink)
thank god-i was about to flame songcraft-VB is the cultural cringe of beers-check out Little Creatures-recently won worlds best!

Where are the moderators-this is way off topic-maybe there`s more to life than Sonar?

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RE: Moderators..Clean up this FORUM!!! 2008/09/08 03:23:23 (permalink)
ORIGINAL: webbs hill studio

thank god-i was about to flame songcraft-VB is the cultural cringe of beers-check out Little Creatures-recently won worlds best!

Where are the moderators-this is way off topic-maybe there`s more to life than Sonar?

From the Wikipedia site - VB and Little Creatures

Yes! Where are the moderators?? This is an emegency! Little creatures are on the loose! Looks like there's no stopping them

 
 
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RE: Moderators..Clean up this FORUM!!! 2008/09/08 03:23:59 (permalink)
Where are the moderators


One of them was here see post #2
I think he thought it was just a ironic/funny as some of the others have.

OK back OTOT (Off Topic On Topic) I like to call it 40 ounces of fun



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RE: Moderators..Clean up this FORUM!!! 2008/09/08 03:39:41 (permalink)
And when I'm not having a beer I have a Buderim Ginger Beer (Non-Alcoholic Drink). I love it and Buderim Ginger jams and jubes (confectionery/candy) I once ate a pack of those on very long flight from Downunder.

 
 
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RE: Moderators..Clean up this FORUM!!! 2008/09/08 05:23:35 (permalink)
I agree that VB is a BAAAD beer! Though, it is better than Carlton Draught. If I am out at the pub and my cash is getting low I will usually get a VB over a Carlton, even though all my friends think I am crazy while they drink their Draught. And SongCraft, FOSTERS?!?! Funny thing about fosters is that I know of no-one who ever drinks it. It's funny, the best known Aussy beer internationally and no-one here drinks it!

Oh and another vote for Ginger Beer! Great stuff!!
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RE: Moderators..Clean up this FORUM!!! 2008/09/08 05:57:03 (permalink)
Lot of talk about beer and such but I can't see this ironing that Brandon was talking about.

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RE: Moderators..Clean up this FORUM!!! 2008/09/08 06:11:13 (permalink)
Mike funny you mention "ironing" and I can link it to music...

*it contains strong language so be warned. *

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hdy_YE7P1sI

fast forward to 17:55...

I feel sorry for the Japanese who had to deal with him.

It was a documentary about a DnB label, but the thing is it just shows them as jokers and not very professional.

It was nice to see a documentary about the music, but they just made things look more like a comedy.



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RE: Moderators..Clean up this FORUM!!! 2008/09/08 06:39:40 (permalink)
ORIGINAL: SongCraft



The beer is chilled an on tap! Enjoy



Can you get Coopers Pale Ale in the US??????? Can someone offer me a job over there, I would love to live there and drink it everyday. OK OK, it's a south Aussie beer and the more sensible thing to do would be to move there - but I've been there, and have done that... Oh my... Coopers... *drooooool*... I want some pale ale!


Hey! Who mentioned James Boags?


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RE: Moderators..Clean up this FORUM!!! 2008/09/08 06:41:42 (permalink)
ORIGINAL: webbs hill studio

Songcraft

"The beer is chilled an on tap! Enjoy "


What-Coopers Pale ale on tap-you must be an expatriate-it`s hard enough finding it in Oz!
Sammy Adams Boston Lager for me (when i can afford it!
cheers






Seriously? I found Coopers Pale Ale on nearly every corner in South Australia when I lived there...!

Maybe I was lucky... or maybe I was just hanging with the wrong crowd


I get really passionate when it comes to beer
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RE: Moderators..Clean up this FORUM!!! 2008/09/08 07:12:52 (permalink)
ProjectM, I found this site: Click Here I have purchased from that site before although you may want to shop around first they may sell Coopers locally somewhere in your region it may save you money. Since early this year I can get a lot more varieties of fine wines and beer made in Australia including Coopers at the local supermarket since extensions were done on the liquor section of the store. And YES! Right here in the US
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