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04-11-2011, 09:30
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Session #57: beery confessions is hosted by the affable Steve at Beersiveknown (http://beersiveknown.blogspot.com/2011/11/session-57-my-guilty-beer-secret.html). Here are ours.
1. I didn’t drink until after I’d graduated from university; I used to drink Foster’s and was very pleased with myself when I graduated to Greene King IPA.
2. When Boak is away on business, I sometimes treat myself to a six pack of Becks which I drink straight from the bottles in front of CSI. (That in itself is a non-beery guilty pleasure.)
3. I like sweetened krieks — the ones that are usually described as “dumbed down”. I guess I’m dumb, but I don’t care.
1. Our corporate line is that Orval is great stuff but — honestly — I don’t really know what the I’m supposed to be enjoying so much. There are hundreds of beers I prefer.
2. When I’m away on business, I like to buy a six pack of Becks and drink it straight from the bottle in my hotel room. (Nah, only kidding:* it tastes like spit (http://boakandbailey.com/2011/08/11/blind-tasting-lager/).)
3. Seriously, when I’m away on business, I often get cravings for Wetherspoon’s bargain comfort food and sneak in for a dirty burger or fish and chips.
4. When I was a teenager, I thought Red Stripe was the classy, connoisseur’s choice, once I’d graduated from snakebite and black (http://boakandbailey.com/2011/06/16/pub-matures-with-clientele/) in the Red Lion, E11 (http://www.theredlionleytonstone.com/).

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