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  • Reginald Carstairs
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    Originally posted by gun sane View Post
    How about the one with a picture of the brewery on the can?

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    Canadian moose pee. Still no taste on the real thing, but as for moose pee that is still up for grabs.

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  • gun sane
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    How about the one with a picture of the brewery on the can?

    moosehead light.jpg

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  • groberts
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    I spent three years in Colorado before I was 21 and all I could drink was that crap. I guess I should have added this to my first comment

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  • Reginald Carstairs
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    Originally posted by groberts View Post
    Or you could go to Colorado and buy Coors.
    Coors is one of the crap light beer I'm referring to. The Coors plant in Golden Colorado sits ontop of Clear Creek The water comes from this mountain stream source. Clear Creek Canyon goes through three mining towns that have acid mining drainage with mercury and lead at high levels. Yes, it's filtered out of the beer...just saying.

    The voodoo beer shown is made in Ft.Collins Colorado. Water source from a deep well.

    I spent 22 years in those mountains.

    Last edited by Reginald Carstairs; 10-09-2019, 10:42 AM.

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  • groberts
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    Or you could go to Colorado and buy Coors.

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  • PHMadness
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    Originally posted by gun sane View Post

    That, and old age.
    Old age is taking away my bends and replacing them with creaks and pops. I'm not even that old. (Especially here )

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  • gun sane
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    Originally posted by Reginald Carstairs View Post
    Nitrogen is what gives you the bends.
    That, and old age.

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  • Reginald Carstairs
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    Originally posted by gun sane View Post

    That beer doesn't give you the bends?
    No, because CO2 doesn't give you the bends. Nitrogen is what gives you the bends.

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  • gun sane
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    Originally posted by Reginald Carstairs View Post
    Just a note, Sodastream machines are a waste of money with their tiny expensive refill bottles. I converted a scuba tank to a CO2 tank and purchased a used soda machine and my cost are little to nothing to make soda from water.
    That beer doesn't give you the bends?

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  • Reginald Carstairs
    started a topic Light Beer With Good Flavor

    Light Beer With Good Flavor

    I can't drink much anymore and light beer taste like crap to me. The problem is I need a low alcohol good tasting light beer.

    I hit on a recipe that comes through with low alcohol and great taste.

    First, buy a high-grade IPA or a high-grade malt beer. The one below is an IPA with 7% alcohol.

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    Then I take a pre refrigerated liter of water and charge it on my souped-up converted scuba bottle Sodastream machine.

    20 CU FT CO2.jpg Carging with CO2.jpg


    You split the charged soda water into two two-liter pressure bottles. Then top off each with 12 oz of strong-flavored beer.


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    What you get is 2 ea. 28oz bottles of beer that tastes GREAT and contains about 3.2% alcohol content by vol. You're basically making a light draft beer that keeps its charge (Fiz) even after multiple openings, plus my cost is about .48 cents per 12 oz.

    Just a note, Sodastream machines are a waste of money with their tiny expensive refill bottles. I converted a scuba tank to a CO2 tank and purchased a used soda machine and my cost are little to nothing to make soda from water.

    No soda machine? substitute store-bought seltzer water.

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