Free Ganzberg Beer in the Streets of Cambodia (if you're quick)

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Re: Free Ganzberg Beer in the Streets of Cambodia (if you're quick)

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Duncan wrote: Sat May 27, 2017 8:26 pm It's pleasing to know that you guys are only now just understanding how bad beer tastes . I haven't tasted any of them but you cannot beat the taste of good old distilled water, my favourite drink.
As your chemistry teacher should have informed you it's actually quite bad to drink distilled water, osmosis and shit. It's also flavourless, what with all the chewy bits having been removed.
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Re: Free Ganzberg Beer in the Streets of Cambodia (if you're quick)

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ganzber is not infact beer, its soda water mixed with cat piss mixed with a thai hookers foot smell
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to me all beer looks like cow piss, and tastes like shit, unless mixed with soda. In some countries attempts are being made to brew it with as little alcohol content as possible. I prefer mixed drinks with booze, or a halfway sweet white wine. At the end of the day it is a matter of individual taste. I have also met the German brewmaster from Lao beer in Vientianne. He is former "East German" . Seemed sociable.
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