ALL BEERS CONSIDERED #19

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After a brief, summer hiatus, Slouch and Barley are back to talk:

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7 comments

  1. Yet another reason it’s good to live in Oregon!

  2. Anonymous · · Reply

    While you do a good job explaining the benefit of cans for craft beers, they are not reusable for homebrewers.

  3. Yes, that’s a drawback to cans that is always worth pointing out. Homebrewers should still seek out bottled beer (dark brown only, of course) so they can keep the receptacle for their own use.

    One other very minor drawback to cans is that if you find yourself in a situation with no glassware and MUST drink straight from the vessel, bottles will keep your beer cooler slightly longer since glass is a much better insulator than aluminum. That’s why I always carry a weizen glass in my pants. Also, ’cause it makes my junk look huge.

  4. Caucasian · · Reply

    I’m thinking ofstarting a drinking game where you do a shot every time liberal is said on all beers considered.
    Ps bring back the maltercation.

  5. […] “All Beers Considered“, from Aleheads, pointed us toward this issue, where Flying Dog’s best-selling beer was originally blocked for sale in Michigan, but a court reversed the block. However, Flying Dog is continuing to fight for the First Amendment. […]

  6. @caucasian I’m all in favor of a drinking game for our podcast. Look for the triumphant return of the Maltercation soon.

  7. Anonymous · · Reply

    Maltercating across the land, maltercating the peasants…

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