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Old 02-17-2019, 03:53 PM   #151
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Everything they brew is amazing. When I was in the Netherlands, their tripel was mostly what I drank.
Yes, great beer. When I lived in Highgate the off licence around the corner used to sell the dubbel, tripel and quad. I had some good times in that flat.
 
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Is it me or are there quite a few people from the military here? How interesting, I suppose there is something about Slackware that particularly appeals to the intelligent, technically-minded [forgive the vagueness of this comment, I know nothing about the military].
A little late to the thread, but I was US Army. Got out in 1992 as part of the we-won-the-cold-war-so-we-don't-need-your-ass-anymore drawdown. There was a 1990 version of the drawdown which was temporarily canceled due to Saddam's invasion of Kuwait.
 
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A little late to the thread, but I was US Army. Got out in 1992 as part of the we-won-the-cold-war-so-we-don't-need-your-ass-anymore drawdown. There was a 1990 version of the drawdown which was temporarily canceled due to Saddam's invasion of Kuwait.
Hi Richard, US Navy/Marines here...looks like we served during similar times.
 
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More army types than realised. Pretty interesting.

There has been a severely concerning lack of beer posting in this thread of late, so I will try to remedy that. It is Saturday night, after all.

I spend most of my week down in Sussex these days and this is one of the local best - a truly excellent 6.5% IPA. One of my discoveries of the year last year, and I can't get enough of it.

Posting from Ubuntu, sorry. It's the thought that counts.
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Slacking on two machines tonight. I've never done the dual setup thing before but the work I'm doing at the moment greatly benefits from it, and the keyboard of the Ultrabook is so comfortable to use.

Also this Master Brew from old English brewery Shepherd Neame is one of my new favourite finds. Only 4% but a huge amount of flavour. For those of us working hard tonight... cheers.
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