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Klingon Beer

Soulskill posted about 4 months ago | from the don't-drink-and-warp-drive dept.

Beer 100

An anonymous reader writes: "We may not have Saurian Brandy or Romulan Ale, but we'll soon have Klingon Beer. Tin Man Brewing Company in Evansville, Indiana has gotten the OK from CBS to create 'Klingon Warnog,' a Dunkelweizen with 'a modern aroma [of] predominantly mild banana and clove.' It will have an ABV of 5.5%. The Klingon beer will apparently join Vulcan Ale in the Federation of Beer. I wonder what their Prime Directive is."

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Gay (-1)

Anonymous Coward | about 4 months ago | (#46578089)

This submission is gay. Gayer than all gay pride parades put together.

Re:Gay (0)

jc42 (318812) | about 4 months ago | (#46578349)

Ah, but are there gay Klingons? That's the real question.

Re:Gay (-1)

Anonymous Coward | about 4 months ago | (#46578415)

Yes and he buttfucked Worf.

Re: Gay (-1)

Anonymous Coward | about 4 months ago | (#46578843)

In his headbutt

Klingon Beer (2)

smitty_one_each (243267) | about 4 months ago | (#46578107)

Klingon beer
Gutteral suds
Your blade will steer
Past Romulan duds
Burma Shave

Klingon Beer Haiku (4, Informative)

Moblaster (521614) | about 4 months ago | (#46578187)

Five point five percent?
This not Klingon beer, humans.
This dilute breast milk.

Re:Klingon Beer Haiku (2)

smitty_one_each (243267) | about 4 months ago | (#46578279)

Had Monty Python
Been Klingon he might have said
Effing near water

Re:Klingon Beer Haiku (2)

kruach aum (1934852) | about 4 months ago | (#46578301)

And much like revenge
Klingon beer is best served cold
even by humans

the prime directive (-1, Flamebait)

Anonymous Coward | about 4 months ago | (#46578119)

dont make it taste like the normal piss you Americans term beer.

Re:the prime directive (2)

burni2 (1643061) | about 4 months ago | (#46578239)

Please state your country, if it's Netherlands your inner organs will rott of Heiniken, if your from Denmark you will transcend into the taste of bad water (Tuborg).

If you are from Belgium, you should choke on Juliper(*) and get a headache from the heavy drop of Duvel.

If you are from Germany your face should implode by the bitter taste of Bitburger, you will piss KÃlsch like an Ebolanian excremates blood.

And thou shall you drown in the same same piss shit Jever, Bitburger, Astra, Karlsquell, Becks, Heiniken, Tuborg ..

Brewed for the masses out of the designer asses!

Kaplach!

(*) It's also sometimes called "Manekin's Piss"

Re:the prime directive (1)

mrbester (200927) | about 4 months ago | (#46579539)

Methinks GP is possibly a UK real ale drinker. However as this new brew is supposed to be a Dunkelweizen he may be pleasantly surprised. It all depends on how heavy they are with the gruit.

It's Heineken, you insensitive clod (0)

dutchwhizzman (817898) | about 4 months ago | (#46581863)

It's Heineken, you insensitive clod. Not that that makes it taste any better, but we have plenty of perfectly drinkable beers unlike the USA that has a choice between Bud light and Coors, or the Aussies that have to deal with the monopoly of Fosters.....

Re:It's Heineken, you insensitive clod (2)

Redmancometh (2676319) | about 4 months ago | (#46581925)

"perfectly drinkable beers unlike the USA that has a choice between Bud light and Coors"

If you aren't familiar with our culture let me enlighten you a little bit:
We do have American brewed beers, but those are just for guests. However, we, probably more than any country, sell all the beer.

We have entire warehouse-sized stores that stock nothing but different varieties of beer. There is probably one in every county. Then we have liquor stores which also (in many places) carry a large variety of beer..3 on every corner.

Going to Europe I was amazed at how good the beer is, but also amazed at just how horrible the selection was in any given country. Europe (anywhere but Germany) talking down to the US about beer is laughable.

Don't forget the microbrews (1)

trazom28 (134909) | about 4 months ago | (#46584575)

The past few years have also seen a great increase in microbreweries. Near where I live, there is one that makes some very amazing flavors, and some great full bodied selections. Not everyone in the US drinks Bud Light or Coors.. that stuff you can pour back in the horse!

Re:It's Heineken, you insensitive clod (0)

Anonymous Coward | about 4 months ago | (#46584869)

"There is probably one in every county."

Nope, there are still many dry counties in the US. Luckily most of them are easily avoided. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Alcohol_control_in_the_United_States.svg

Re:It's Heineken, you insensitive clod (1)

Redmancometh (2676319) | about 4 months ago | (#46590719)

Let's just call those "edge cases" :)

Re:It's Heineken, you insensitive clod (0)

Anonymous Coward | about 4 months ago | (#46582617)

The US has more beers than Bud, Coors or Millers. There are thousands of microbrews.

Re:It's Heineken, you insensitive clod (0)

Anonymous Coward | about 4 months ago | (#46583611)

Don't forget Sam Adams. Best of all American beers..

Re:It's Heineken, you insensitive clod (0)

Anonymous Coward | about 4 months ago | (#46584117)

Dog Fish Head for the win.

Re:It's Heineken, you insensitive clod (1)

Digital Vomit (891734) | about 4 months ago | (#46584417)

I prefer Patch Adams. Not as good, but it'll put hair on your chest.

Re:It's Heineken, you insensitive clod (0)

Anonymous Coward | about 4 months ago | (#46585153)

Don't forget Rogue. Best of all American beers..

Fixed that for you.

Proof (1)

drainbramage (588291) | about 4 months ago | (#46583201)

Proof that you don't Have to be American to know nothing about other countries.
(But it helps.)

Re:It's Heineken, you insensitive clod (0)

Anonymous Coward | about 4 months ago | (#46585321)

I suggest you educate yourself.

Left Hand [lefthandbrewing.com]
Rogue [rogue.com]
Stone [stonebrew.com]
Sierra Nevada [sierranevada.com] This one has a space program [sncspace.com] too.
Terrapin [terrapinbeer.com]
New Belgium [newbelgium.com]
Lazy Magnolia [lazymagnolia.com]
Southern Tier [stbcbeer.com]
Dogfish Head [dogfish.com]
Ommegang [ommegang.com]
New Glarus [newglarusbrewing.com]
Brooklyn Brewing Company [brooklynbrewery.com]
Avondale [avondalebrewing.com]
Good People [goodpeoplebrewing.com]
Straight To Ale [straighttoale.com]
Heretic [hereticbrewing.com]

Just to name a few.

Re:the prime directive (1)

Darinbob (1142669) | about 4 months ago | (#46586475)

Weirdest troll post ever.

Re:the prime directive (1)

SteveFoerster (136027) | about 4 months ago | (#46583757)

Wouldn't the prime directive of a Klingon beer be to not drink it with one's enemies?

Yeah I'll have some fresh Bwock with that (0)

Anonymous Coward | about 4 months ago | (#46578139)

Yeah I'll have some fresh Bwock with that

Mild banana and clove ? - seriously ? (2)

burni2 (1643061) | about 4 months ago | (#46578151)

I expect something more like the taste of smoked roasted wild boar and a fine note of decaying fish (SürstrÃming) for the fine taste!

Re:Mild banana and clove ? - seriously ? (1)

ackthpt (218170) | about 4 months ago | (#46578411)

I expect something more like the taste of smoked roasted wild boar and a fine note of decaying fish (SürstrÃming) for the fine taste!

Fortified with the blood of your slain enemies...

Honestly, this is about as worthless as Bad Frog Beer, the beer they felt they had to make, because the T-shirt of the frog appearing to give the middle digit, was selling so well and people asked about the fictional beer. The beer could be Bud, Pearl, Coors or just about anything else.

Re:Mild banana and clove ? - seriously ? (1)

Holammer (1217422) | about 4 months ago | (#46578801)

CBS and the FDA might have a shit fit if you use blood innit. :)

Re:Mild banana and clove ? - seriously ? (0)

Anonymous Coward | about 4 months ago | (#46579177)

Should be fermented gok....or maybe some mixture that lets you drink the Gok live and then ferments in your stomach... LOL

Re:Mild banana and clove ? - seriously ? (2)

DogSqueeze (3592869) | about 4 months ago | (#46580795)

A strong hint of dried plums would also seem appropriate for a warriors beer :)

Re:Mild banana and clove ? - seriously ? (1)

mwvdlee (775178) | about 4 months ago | (#46582029)

Anything without live grubs in it, cannot possibly claim to be klingon.

Re:Mild banana and clove ? - seriously ? (1)

Shatrat (855151) | about 4 months ago | (#46583637)

I've had one of these beers. The main flavor is really the rye malt, rustic. The cloves and yeast flavor are really more of an undertone. It's pretty good beer, especially for $1 per 16 oz can.

Re:Mild banana and clove ? - seriously ? (2)

Shatrat (855151) | about 4 months ago | (#46583687)

Have to reply to myself. I just noticed the summary says the beer is a Dunkelweizen "Dark Wheat". It's actually a Roggenbier, "Rye Beer".

only 5.5%!?! (5, Insightful)

xfade551 (2627499) | about 4 months ago | (#46578159)

Seriously, they are calling this a "Klingon" beer and it's only 5.5% ABV. This should be in the 9%-10% range at least! And an aroma of cloves and banana!?! Give me a break! It should have a bitter hoppy flavor, maybe with a bit of metallic taste to be reminiscent of freshly spilled blood!

Re:only 5.5%!?! (0)

geekoid (135745) | about 4 months ago | (#46578555)

And you know Klingon alcohol tolerance..how?

Why do you think toughness equates to alcohol tolerance? oh, right, you have a small mind.
Considering Warnog has a flavor so complex it can't be replicated perfectly, AND Klingon have heightened sense compared to humans, it is likely to have less alcohol.

Re:only 5.5%!?! (4, Insightful)

QilessQi (2044624) | about 4 months ago | (#46578641)

Come on, GP was being funny. No need to go full Comic Book Guy on him.

Re:only 5.5%!?! (1)

geekoid (135745) | about 4 months ago | (#46579319)

I thought I was being a funny comic guy parody. Apparently I breach some sort of Poe law variant limit.

Re:only 5.5%!?! (1)

QilessQi (2044624) | about 4 months ago | (#46580275)

My bad, then. But that's the trouble with trying for a parody of Comic Book Guy in a world where this [kli.org] exists.

(I recommend suffixing such posts with ~s or bracketing them with <ComicBookGuy> tags)

Re:only 5.5%!?! (1)

jxander (2605655) | about 4 months ago | (#46578885)

Worst.

Post.

Ever.

[/comicbookguy]

Re:only 5.5%!?! (4, Informative)

lister king of smeg (2481612) | about 4 months ago | (#46578937)

And you know Klingon alcohol tolerance..how?

Why do you think toughness equates to alcohol tolerance? oh, right, you have a small mind.
Considering Warnog has a flavor so complex it can't be replicated perfectly, AND Klingon have heightened sense compared to humans, it is likely to have less alcohol.

accept in the ds9 episode where O'Brien, Worf, Sisko, and Odo, infiltrat a Klingon ceremony to catch a changing it is mentioned that O'Brian Sisko and Odo would of died of alcohol poisoning if not for an injection they were given to neutralize the alcohol. Also in TNG there is an episode where Worf replicates a Klingon beverage for some refugees they are rescuing after they complain about the federation alcohol being to weak, and it is shown to be much stronger. So the Klingons can metabolize higher amounts of alcohol and thus probably drink more consternated beverages.

Re:only 5.5%!?! (1, Informative)

geekoid (135745) | about 4 months ago | (#46579409)

ds9? I was talking about real Star Trek.

Boom!

Re:only 5.5%!?! (1)

Oligonicella (659917) | about 4 months ago | (#46580011)

You mean the one where the Klingons looked like sad rejects from the late Beatnik period?

Re:only 5.5%!?! (3, Funny)

Chris Mattern (191822) | about 4 months ago | (#46580143)

You mean the one where the Klingons looked like sad rejects from the late Beatnik period?

Personally, I always liked Voltaire's description:

What is with the Klingons? Remember in the day
They looked like Puerto Ricans and they dressed in gold lame.

Re:only 5.5%!?! (1)

slugstone (307678) | about 4 months ago | (#46580379)

And then the Tribble happened.

Re:only 5.5%!?! (0)

Anonymous Coward | about 4 months ago | (#46583371)

And then the Trippel happened.

FTFY.

Re:only 5.5%!?! (1)

Darinbob (1142669) | about 4 months ago | (#46586537)

I would pay for a Tribble Bock.

Re:only 5.5%!?! (0)

Anonymous Coward | about 4 months ago | (#46581681)

Who can blame them? They may not have liked it, but that human genome did save them from a plague. Also, it only took a few generations for them to start look normal again.

Re:only 5.5%!?! (0)

Anonymous Coward | about 4 months ago | (#46579053)

geekoid gets drunk off of a warrior's drink: prune juice.

Re:only 5.5%!?! (2)

Nethemas the Great (909900) | about 4 months ago | (#46579111)

It seems reasonable to infer from the intoxicating effects of Bloodwine [memory-alpha.org] which is guzzled not sipped from dainty thimbles, that Warnog should be far from lacking in potency and certainly well in excess of 10%. It also dispels your assertion of Klingons being lightweights. I'd argue the flavor choice probably doesn't make much sense either, but I really don't have any canonical references to support that one way or the other.

Re:only 5.5%!?! (0)

geekoid (135745) | about 4 months ago | (#46579303)

I never said light weights.
Are you so lacking in character that you need to speak negatively about people who prefer less alcohol consumption in order to feel like you have worth?

Re:only 5.5%!?! (-1)

Anonymous Coward | about 4 months ago | (#46579423)

How about shut the fuck up you snivelling whining piece of shit? How does that suit you?

Re:only 5.5%!?! (2)

Smauler (915644) | about 4 months ago | (#46579505)

No one except for you has spoken negatively about anyone. You equated alcohol to toughness, no one else. You're the one lacking in character.

Get off your high horse, and stop complaining about a culture you obviously have no idea about.

Re:only 5.5%!?! (1)

sg_oneill (159032) | about 4 months ago | (#46581013)

Prune flavors would work. Worf always liked prune juice because it tasted like a "Warriors drink". I guess you could make inferences from that.

Re:only 5.5%!?! (0)

Anonymous Coward | about 4 months ago | (#46579131)

Bloodwine may be a good example of Klingon alcohol tolerance.

From Memory Alpha: "it was not for the faint of heart. Bloodwine was known to be highly intoxicating, to the point that most non-Klingons were scarcely capable of tolerating it; it was twice as potent as whiskey"

Re:only 5.5%!?! (1)

JDeane (1402533) | about 4 months ago | (#46579849)

Bloodwine may be a good example of Klingon alcohol tolerance.

From Memory Alpha: "it was not for the faint of heart. Bloodwine was known to be highly intoxicating, to the point that most non-Klingons were scarcely capable of tolerating it; it was twice as potent as whiskey"

So pretty much moonshine?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/W... [wikipedia.org]

Re:only 5.5%!?! (1)

cyberchondriac (456626) | about 4 months ago | (#46584553)

And you know Klingon alcohol tolerance..how?

Why do you think toughness equates to alcohol tolerance? oh, right, you have a small mind. Considering Warnog has a flavor so complex it can't be replicated perfectly, AND Klingon have heightened sense compared to humans, it is likely to have less alcohol.

Dude, seriously, why so keen to throw insults around at anyone who doesn't fit your strict world image of the universe according to geekoid? No, he doesn't have a small mind for pointing out the classical cultural staple that tough machismo guys can drink, Hollywood's been depicting that image for decades.
In any case, 5.5% IS, on the whole, on the light side, even by human standards. The English ales I like are are least 7, 8 %, or higher. Wine is nearly double that. I would expect an alien race that enjoys fights to the death for glory and eats raw blood worms (Gagh) to also drink a mean brew, not banana flavored piss water.

Wasn't the joke how Worf would drink Prune juice and declare it a "Warrior's drink"? That pointed to an obvious dichotomy there, everyone found that funny exactly because they expected a Klingon warrior to drink a "tough" drink.

Re:only 5.5% and tasteless to boot. (1)

Todd Palin (1402501) | about 4 months ago | (#46578911)

Dunkelweisen is a beer made with wheat. The reason for the wheat is to make a beer with less of a malty flavor, which means less hops are needed to balance this bland tasteless beer. This is the craft brewers version of light beer. Give me a break.

Re:only 5.5%!?! (1)

PolygamousRanchKid (1290638) | about 4 months ago | (#46579093)

We used to have a cocktail back in my university days called "The Vulcan Mind Probe" . . . that was more like 155%. I remember that there was grain alcohol and peppermint schnapps in it, but I don't remember what else was in it.

And frankly, after drinking that, no one really remembers very much anyway.

Re:only 5.5%!?! (1)

msobkow (48369) | about 4 months ago | (#46579971)

155%, eh?

*shakes head*

Re:only 5.5%!?! (1)

rubycodez (864176) | about 4 months ago | (#46580271)

proof, my man. parts per 200

  Spirytus (192 proof) diluted with authentic Absythe (137 proof) should get one in the neighborhood of 155 proof with a minty taste

Re:only 5.5%!?! (0)

Anonymous Coward | about 4 months ago | (#46585047)

The % symbol means parts per 100.

Re:only 5.5%!?! (1)

rubycodez (864176) | about 4 months ago | (#46590159)

yes, and the symbol for proof is sometimes the degree sign

Prune Juice, a warrior's drink (4, Insightful)

f()rK()_Bomb (612162) | about 4 months ago | (#46578215)

Surely it should taste of prune's, like a true warrior's drink.

Re:Prune Juice, a warrior's drink (0)

PortHaven (242123) | about 4 months ago | (#46578285)

You bear me by just a few seconds to the post...

Qapla

Re:Prune Juice, a warrior's drink (1)

f()rK()_Bomb (612162) | about 4 months ago | (#46578397)

'IwlIj jachjaj!

Re:Prune Juice, a warrior's drink (1)

Joce640k (829181) | about 4 months ago | (#46578341)

Taste of prune's what, exactly? There's a word missing in your sentence.

Re:Prune Juice, a warrior's drink (0)

f()rK()_Bomb (612162) | about 4 months ago | (#46578401)

I just type whatever, i have utter disregard for spelling and punctuation.

Re:Prune Juice, a warrior's drink (4, Funny)

Anubis IV (1279820) | about 4 months ago | (#46578535)

Taste of prune's what, exactly? There's a word missing in your sentence.

"Prune's" is how the Klingons spell "prunes". They add a glottal stop before the "s" so that they can linger on the word for longer.

*ducks his head before the Treksters come out of the woodwork to correct him on the inaccuracies that he's intentionally piling on at this point*

Re:Prune Juice, a warrior's drink (1)

Darinbob (1142669) | about 4 months ago | (#46586575)

Tastes of a prune's arse?

Re:Prune Juice, a warrior's drink (-1)

Anonymous Coward | about 4 months ago | (#46580539)

It's a good day to drink!

Better have extract of Prune... (0)

PortHaven (242123) | about 4 months ago | (#46578237)

Prune juice....a real warriors drink!!!!

Re:Better have extract of Prune... (1)

PortHaven (242123) | about 4 months ago | (#46583861)

Seriously, a mod down?

Did anyone actually watch Star Trek? Prune juice.... was specifically called a warrior's drink on TNG.

All I can say is... (1)

wjcofkc (964165) | about 4 months ago | (#46578297)

buy' ngop

Figuratively of course : P

Proper wording (learn from a German) (1)

Anonymous Coward | about 4 months ago | (#46578305)

Seriously, "Dunkelweizen" is just plain wrong, no German would call it that horrendous word.
The proper wording is "dunkles Weizen(bier)" == "dark wheat (beer)".
5.5% is not even strong, that's more on the light side; usally this flavour starts at 5.5%, and no beer has below 5.0%.
7% to 7.5% would be a proper alcohol level!

Please get that at least right.

Proper beer (learn from a Brit) (1)

mrbester (200927) | about 4 months ago | (#46579625)

Seriously, cutting back on the hops and using wheat is just plain wrong, no Brit would call lager beer.

Then again a whole generation has had John Smiths Smooth at knockdown prices in university so when they don't know what real beer is. Bloody yuppie kids.

I'm more of a mead guy, myself.

Star Trek Experience and Quark's Bar (3, Interesting)

BenJeremy (181303) | about 4 months ago | (#46578311)

They used to have Romulan Ale and Klingon Blood wine, among other things.

Sad that a Michael Jackson show replaced the Star Trek Experience at the Hilton in Las Vegas. There had been talks of reviving it Downtown, but I guess that never materialized.

Re:Star Trek Experience and Quark's Bar (1)

geekoid (135745) | about 4 months ago | (#46578581)

I see what you did there. I am watching you...

Romulan Ale used to exist... (0)

Anonymous Coward | about 4 months ago | (#46578319)

Romulan Ale used to exist... It was pretty bad: http://www.ratebeer.com/beer/romulan-ale/3372/

Wait wait wait (1)

wjcofkc (964165) | about 4 months ago | (#46578329)

Mild banana and clove? If I could edit my last post, I would change from buy' ngop to nuqDaq 'oH puchpa''e'

Beer? (0)

Anonymous Coward | about 4 months ago | (#46578517)

I prefer to wash down my Gagh with Blood Wine.

Bannanna? (-1)

Anonymous Coward | about 4 months ago | (#46578949)

Wow, even the irrational meat-haters I know won't touch those things. The grocery store I worked in in high school threw away about 90% of those things we received. People hate them and will not buy them. Why would some moron dump that waste in beer? Because they're stupid? The only people I saw buying them was this one Republican extended family that contained the mayor, a couple of city council members, and a state rep. Those people, which is obvious and goes without saying since they are Republicans, are racists and stupid. That is the type of people that buy those things.

Beer Prime Directive? (0)

Anonymous Coward | about 4 months ago | (#46579107)

I wonder; what is the Klingon word for "Reinheitsgebot"?

Re:Beer Prime Directive? (1)

kahless62003 (1372913) | about 4 months ago | (#46607319)

Something like

HIq watlh chut

or maybe

HIq nIt chut

(both can mean law of the pure beer).

Wine. (0)

Anonymous Coward | about 4 months ago | (#46579165)

Blood. Wine.
  Blood.

Blood Wine at the Alamo (1)

barlevg (2111272) | about 4 months ago | (#46579587)

The Alamo Drafthouse [drafthouse.com] was serving Klingon Blood Wine [drafthouse.com] during the premiere of the 2009 Star Trek (also Romulan Ale and Raktajino). I wonder if CBS had to license them.

Re:Blood Wine at the Alamo (1)

IwantToKeepAnon (411424) | about 4 months ago | (#46584133)

(also Romulan Ale and Raktajino)

Raktajino has to be the worst idea in the Star Trek franchise. Why would Klingons "fru-fru" up their coffee, not very warrior like IMO. At least it tasted like an oil slick. :/

Re:Blood Wine at the Alamo (1)

barlevg (2111272) | about 4 months ago | (#46594285)

Why would Klingons "fru-fru" up their coffee, not very warrior like IMO.

Have you seen their embassy? [wikia.com]

Only available in Canada? (0)

Anonymous Coward | about 4 months ago | (#46579597)

Only available in Canada as per http://www.federationofbeer.com/

Speaking of which (1)

Impy the Impiuos Imp (442658) | about 4 months ago | (#46579615)

Fuck this, where's the tranya?

Speaking of which, why aren't they cleaning up the Borg or Klingons? Their ship makes the Enterprise J look like Fred Flintstone's car.

prime directive? (2)

sootman (158191) | about 4 months ago | (#46579791)

> I wonder what their Prime Directive is.

To get laid.

Fun fact: it won't work.

In Sto-vo-kor there is no beer (1)

Chris Mattern (191822) | about 4 months ago | (#46580165)

That's why we drink it here!

Klingon JACKPOT!! (1)

Joe_Dragon (2206452) | about 4 months ago | (#46581215)

Klingon JACKPOT!!

Already made, I believe it's called Everclear (1)

exabrial (818005) | about 4 months ago | (#46581221)

Just add a little carmel coloring and there you have it.

Ferengi Eelwasser (0)

Anonymous Coward | about 4 months ago | (#46582081)

I forget whether it was 2004 or 2005 but my wife brought me a bottle of Ferengi Eelwasser from the Star Trek exhibition in London. Brewed by Cain's of Liverpool I think.

BLOOD WINE OR NOTHING! (1)

YoungManKlaus (2773165) | about 4 months ago | (#46582907)

Because what true klingon drinks beer anyway?

My cat got my tongue (0)

Anonymous Coward | about 4 months ago | (#46585513)

nonono, beer with aroma anything else than beer, like banana or cherry or shit, is not beer ! Anybody should know this by now.

My cat got my tongue, again. (0)

Anonymous Coward | about 4 months ago | (#46585547)

nonono, beer with a taste anything else than beer, like bananas, or shit, or cherry, is not beer. Everybody should know this by now.

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<ecode>    while(1) { do_something(); } </ecode>