[rescue] replacing an Ultra2

Mark md.benson at gmail.com
Sun Apr 15 10:18:39 CDT 2007

On 15 Apr 2007, at 14:56, Steve Sandau wrote:

> I am more of a bitter drinker, so I understand the temperature thing,
> but I don't drink Guinness often, so I can't tell you. Seems a  
> shame to
> drink Guinness fast anyway, now that you mention it.

It also has the undesirable side effect of making you feel quite ill  
if you drink a significant volume in a short time.

> I just keep my homebrew kegs in the basement, so the beer is usually
> about 55-60 degrees. Really cold is only good for beer that tastes bad
> anyway.

No true. Good continental (European for those who don't live next to  
the place) lagers and Corona Extra are best served cold and *do*  
actually taste half-decent. Of course you comment is perfectly valid  
in the case of mass-brewed commercial lagers from the US and UK -  
most of them are... for want of a better term (and being polite  
enough not to cuss)... crap.

Mark Benson

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