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Old 03-31-2016, 05:27 PM   #41
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They sell that here. Not too bad, but would just as soon mix my own Black 'n Tan, usually Guinness and a good pale ale, but have made them with porters too.
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Old 03-31-2016, 05:32 PM   #42
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Jim now that's just wrong mixing a good porter or stout with anything.

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Old 03-31-2016, 05:34 PM   #43
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Jim now that's just wrong mixing a good porter or stout with anything.

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Sort of like putting "things" in Jim's coffee.....
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Old 03-31-2016, 05:39 PM   #44
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Jim now that's just wrong mixing a good porter or stout with anything.

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I am not going to argue too loudly with that reasoning as I do mostly agree, but it has been done, and I did like it.
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Sort of like putting "things" in Jim's coffee.....
Now, this I completely agree with. Nothing should detract from that yummy nectar.
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Black and Tan used to mean a coondog to me. Then those Dobermans and Rotweillers got more popular. The best slogan I've ever come across when it comes to coon hunting is " When the tailgate drops, the B.S stops". Lots of life is that way. I had a couple Sam Adams Chocolate Stout last night while barbecuing. The thought being that if the fire got away, I wouldn't feel bad pouring my beer on it. I got them in a variety pack and the Bohemie in me wouldn't let me pour it out. And I'm too nice to trick a friend into drinking it.
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They sell that here. Not too bad, but would just as soon mix my own Black 'n Tan, usually Guinness and a good pale ale, but have made them with porters too.
I once made the mistake of ordering a "black and tan" in an Irish bar. Got a lecture from an otherwise pleasant young man on Irish history that went on for about 15 minutes and ended with the question "why would you order something named after a murderous occupying army?" Since then I have ordered a "half and half".
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We booked site 108. Like last year, we'll be there with our two girls giving guided tours of our trailer

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