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Can you drink Beer that has been frozen then thawed out
mmm!
caine




msg:301680
 9:53 pm on Nov 14, 2002 (gmt 0)

Have beer downstairs, which i accidentally froze, while trying to cool it, and forgot to take it out the freezer. It's now thawed, i've been a little concerned becuase of the gases, if it is consumable, but kept around for visitors, so that i could drink the descent stuff, which has now ran out.

Any advise would be good

 

Nick_W




msg:301710
 11:21 pm on Nov 14, 2002 (gmt 0)

Caine, did you meet my ex at pubcon? You and her would get on ;)

She'd turn up with her mates, pour a bottle of vodka into the barrel and start drinking.... weird. And noisey!

Here in Denmark they have a thing that's very simple in nature. Take a bootle of vodka and put some big fresh chillies in it. Leave it for a couple of months and you have a real winter warmer...

Nick

lawman




msg:301711
 11:22 pm on Nov 14, 2002 (gmt 0)

have you ever half frozen a beer and then screened out the frozen water to get just the booze

No but I do the next best thing - I put my Coors Lite in one of those frozen mugs. Water freezes to the inside of the mug leaving a brew with a little more bite.

mivox




msg:301712
 11:24 pm on Nov 14, 2002 (gmt 0)

Umm... if you want "bite," why are you drinking Coors Lite in the first place? ;) (Maybe I should send you a bottle of my stout when it's done....)

jatar_k




msg:301713
 11:24 pm on Nov 14, 2002 (gmt 0)

another thought lawman, is not drinking such a watery, tasteless beer. ;)

caine




msg:301714
 11:30 pm on Nov 14, 2002 (gmt 0)

> She'd turn up with her mates, pour a bottle of vodka into the barrel and start drinking.... weird. And noisey!

Yes i did meat your, ex > i'm not the biggest fan of spirits, it flips switches in my head. However, having a load of drunk noisey females(imagination starts kicking in) around don't sound like the worst reality i ever been around. Actually coming to think of it i ended up in a far worst party, in which about 80%+ of people were sexually adverse to my particular tastes, which left friends, and me eyeing up women who were a good few years older and frumpier than my tastes, excellant night, good crowd, but bizarre. Prefer the loud women thing anytime.

caine




msg:301715
 11:31 pm on Nov 14, 2002 (gmt 0)

extracting the alcohol out of beer while frozen. Sounds lethal.

andreasfriedrich




msg:301716
 11:37 pm on Nov 14, 2002 (gmt 0)

Im not too sure I should continue posting here when all the senior members and admins care about is a thread on frozen beer and other kinds of booze ;) This might be catching.

BTW I brewed and drank beer in High School (Germany) as a project in chemistry. That was fun ;)

Andreas

Nick_W




msg:301717
 11:38 pm on Nov 14, 2002 (gmt 0)

Yes i did meat your, ex > i'm not the biggest fan of spirits, it flips switches in my head.

Sorry, should have clarified. My wife was with me all weekend. My ex was there for a few hours on friday night. (i think you met my wife, ivana)

Switches? Jeez, me too. I don't touch 'em. Often... to many sorry experiences.....

As for noisey women, yeah, kinda cool but they were all punk (the real english kind) lesbians so conversation tended toward pierceings and veganism ;)

Still, nice bunch, still keep in touch with a few of them...

Nick

Marcia




msg:301718
 11:43 pm on Nov 14, 2002 (gmt 0)

A case of beer flew off a delivery truck in Brooklyn once, right on top of a woman's head. She didn't get hurt, in fact she hardly felt it hit. It was Pabst's Light Beer.

caine




msg:301719
 11:47 pm on Nov 14, 2002 (gmt 0)

I think getting hit by a case of beer - is taking the relationship to far.

She did'nt feel it - out cold i would have thought.

mivox




msg:301720
 12:00 am on Nov 15, 2002 (gmt 0)

they were all punk (the real english kind)

Well, that goes a long way towards explaining the pouring liquor in the beer barrel behavior.

I guess enlish punks are more hardcore than the US variety... all the punks I knew years ago drank PBR and Mickeys (translation for Brits: they all drank cr@p beer)! ;)

digitalghost




msg:301721
 12:01 am on Nov 15, 2002 (gmt 0)

I've never brewed beer, but I've made quite a bit of wine, and when I was younger I made brandy. I made sparkling wine for the millenium New Year's celebration and that went over quite well. With a 5 gallon demi-john I can rack off about 30 bottles every 6 weeks, with a 13% alcohol content. 6 months later it's pretty good stuff.

Beer just isn't efficient enough. :) I don't care much for wine either. I like the harder spirits that go well with good cigars.

Doesn't beer smell quite bad while it is being made? I know the must for wine smells funky, can't imagine hops and barley.

Oh, and if you ever make sparkling wine, invest in champagne bottles and the wire cages for the corks. I quickly found out why there's a big indentation in the bottom of sparkling wine and champagne bottles. :) Thirty bottles blowing out their bottoms makes a big mess. ;)

lawman




msg:301722
 12:02 am on Nov 15, 2002 (gmt 0)

Umm... if you want "bite," why are you drinking Coors Lite in the first place?

You think maybe I should go back to PBR? Green beer has a lot of bite.

lawman

jatar_k




msg:301723
 12:13 am on Nov 15, 2002 (gmt 0)

>>Doesn't beer smell quite bad while it is being made

love/hate, I quite enjoy the smell of wort wafting through the kitchen.

mivox




msg:301724
 12:14 am on Nov 15, 2002 (gmt 0)

Doesn't beer smell quite bad while it is being made?
I've heard other brewers say their wives complain about the smell of it boiling. I thought it smelled really good... I suppose it's a good thing I don't have a wife to complain about it. hehehe. But once it's in the fermenter, you don't smell it until you transfer it to another fermenter, or start bottling it, so it's not an issue.

PBR
I don't recommend that to anyone, lawman. ;) OTOH, you could switch to chamomile tea. I think that has more "bite" than Coors Lite, and it's better for you! hehehehe....

crash




msg:301725
 12:16 am on Nov 15, 2002 (gmt 0)

frozen, gotta already be drunk ;) my all time favorite is Blackend Voodoo which is really hard to find where I live and quite expensive (anywhere from 8-12$ per 6pack) - but, like Mivox, I prefer *real* beer, Bass, Newcastle, Tecate, Pacifico, something with flavor. Stopped drinking Coors Light (the HS brand) long ago ;)

caine




msg:301726
 12:19 am on Nov 15, 2002 (gmt 0)

> you could switch to chamomile tea. I think that has more "bite" than Coors Lite, and it's better for you

Yep, have to say that from my brief experience or lack of drucken-thereoff, from coors lite, that the

Lawman, is the main contender for the official weakest beer drinker of WebmasterWorld award

creative craig




msg:301727
 12:23 am on Nov 15, 2002 (gmt 0)

After living in Northern Ireland for 4 months, I got a love for Guinness :) That over anything else for me.

lawman




msg:301728
 12:23 am on Nov 15, 2002 (gmt 0)

Lawman, is the main contender for the official weakest beer drinker of WebmasterWorld award

And a six pack will last me two weeks. If you know what my day job is, you'll understand why - I can't afford to get caught. :)

lawman

digitalghost




msg:301729
 12:34 am on Nov 15, 2002 (gmt 0)

Hmm, maybe for BarCon we can all exchange brews. ;)

mivox




msg:301730
 12:40 am on Nov 15, 2002 (gmt 0)

I can't afford to get caught.
That's what the backyard and grill is for... to keep you home. :)

exchange brews
Hm... don't think I can afford to brew that much. hehehe.

caine




msg:301731
 12:50 am on Nov 15, 2002 (gmt 0)

Good call,

If you can't do it outside the home, flip the switch on the tunes, or fire up the barbie.

digitalghost




msg:301732
 12:51 am on Nov 15, 2002 (gmt 0)

>>Hm... don't think I can afford to brew that much. hehehe.
LOL I didn't say get everyone drunk. On second thought, I don't think I can bring 250+ bottles of wine with me either unless I drive a U-haul there.

I do drink beer on occasion, but all micro brews so I guess I'm a beer snob too.

lawman




msg:301733
 1:01 am on Nov 15, 2002 (gmt 0)

If you can't do it outside the home, flip the switch on the tunes, or fire up the barbie.

I live in a trailer park with a communal grill. I get it the third Friday of every other month unless it falls on the thirteenth in which case I have to wait until the following Monday, unless it's a state or federal holiday, in which case I'm outta luck for the month.

andreasfriedrich




msg:301734
 1:05 am on Nov 15, 2002 (gmt 0)

I live in a trailer park ... full of lawyers with too much time on their hands who think up elaborate rules about using their communal grill. ;)

lawman




msg:301735
 1:08 am on Nov 15, 2002 (gmt 0)

I live in a trailer park ... full of lawyers with too much time on their hands who think up elaborate rules about using their communal grill.

Just as well; the grill uses LP gas and the tank's been dry for three years. But you have to show up on your day or you lose your next two turns.

mivox




msg:301736
 1:11 am on Nov 15, 2002 (gmt 0)

all micro brews so I guess I'm a beer snob too.
That's the spirit! :)

lawman: Can't you cheat, and get a little camping grill to hide in your kitchen? C'mon... you're a lawyer, so find a loophole!

caine




msg:301737
 1:12 am on Nov 15, 2002 (gmt 0)

Andreas,

you read my mind, too Lawmans last comment.

Lawman,

does that mean the sound system, is communial as well, what precedents have been set regarding loud music, music at certain times of day, and public disorder! a.k.a you must be having mad parties.

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