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Originally Posted by rms340 View Post

Is that Bud Light? Yum.

I hope you're joking. It's an IPA being sparged.

I was kidding, sarcasm isn't as evident on the inter webs.

....but I still do love me some Bud Light.
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Congrats on the sobriety noodles.
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Congrats on the sobriety noodles.

who knew I'd be hooked on SF and have such a hard time trying to quit. Oh well, I am just gonna enjoy it, even if I have to check in during my bathroom breaks away from my wife's sight. LOL

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^ Well, it seems only fair that you can use the money saved from buying alcohol to shop for clothes...
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Yea, the major difference between Baltimore and most other big cities is that the bad areas are mixed in with the livable ones.

 

 so much hate on b-more makes me sad.  sad because I can't defend my home city - that was a fairly accurate description.  suburbs are nice at least. 

 

When I first moved to Boston I was in a dog park (with my dog) and talking with another guy.  I told him I just moved up from Baltimore.  He said he recently graduated from the police academy and at a recruiting event (where all the cities try to recruit you) the guy from Baltimore's pitch was "we were just under 300 murders for the first time in many years."  The guy starts laughing and said Boston was an easy choice considering they only have around 80 murders a year.  

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Originally Posted by MGoCrimson View Post

This is accurate, yes

Agreed!

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Im not really a beer guy, but I enjoy Sierra Nevada Pale Ale quite a bit.
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Originally Posted by Ambulance Chaser View Post

I don't live in Boston, but my sister does. For a first time Boston visitor, I recommend a lobster roll from James Hook, a cannoli from Modern Pastry, and dumplings/hot noodle soup from any one of many restaurants in Chinatown.

Yes!!! Modern is the cannoli to go for - Mikes is famous but it's crap. And Cafe Vittorio is ok but Cafe Paradiso is loads better. And the Vitello tonnato sandwich at Neptune on Salem street is perfect. I lived in the North End for years and miss the neighborhood, and the city, all the time.
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Im not really a beer guy, but I enjoy Sierra Nevada Pale Ale quite a bit.

I go visit those guys every year. I could go on and on about how impressive those guys are. My buddy owns a brewery and I tag along on trips a lot. I'm helping out today....that's where the picture came from.
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Im not really a beer guy, but I enjoy Sierra Nevada Pale Ale quite a bit.

What's your drink of choice?
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The best IPA is Dogfish Head 60 Minute. Discuss.
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The best beer is the tenth I have that morning. snork[1].gif
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Originally Posted by Ambulance Chaser View Post

The best IPA is Dogfish Head 60 Minute. Discuss.

It is a very good beer. It is not the best IPA. Actually, a local (to me) breweries IPA won gold at the GABF...Tap It Brewing Co.
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If you guys ever make it to the Chicagoland area you have to go to Three Floyds Brew Pub, not only good beer, AMAzeballs‚ĄĘ food! It's in Munster IN about 20 minutes from Chicago.

http://www.3floyds.com/brewpub/?age_verification=24ffb6a465
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Originally Posted by Ambulance Chaser View Post

The best IPA is Dogfish Head 60 Minute. Discuss.

Solid beer but really depends on your tastes. There are a lot of different styles of IPAs to make life interesting.
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Solid beer but really depends on your tastes. There are a lot of different styles of IPAs to make life interesting.

Agreed, there is definitely an IPA for everyone....and every other style of beer for that matter.
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