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About Salty

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    The Camp Fodder
  • Birthday 04/21/1981

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  • Washington Football Team Fan Since
    Since Birth
  • Favorite Washington Football Team Player
    Sean Taylor
  • Location
    Fairfax, VA
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    Paintball, MMA and Beer
  • Occupation
    Project Manager
  1. I was working in Denver for the Democratic Convention and had hoped to get to the brewery. No such luck. I hope to get back out there and get a tour. I didnt try Coors Original until about a year or so ago and I think it is by far the best of the big 3. I went to Total Wine over the summer and did a "white" beer night. I can't find the name of one of them but the best was in a can. Also, I like Hoegaarden for a white beer. The beerfest in Leesburg during the summer has a big white beer/hefiweizen selection.
  2. I just got some of this a few weeks back and I loved it. I have to give it up to Blue Moon/Coors that brand is great from the white wheat blue moon and the oktoberfest style Harvest Moon they are all great.
  3. Steps to a Perfect Pint Use a clean glass. A dirty glass, containing oils, dirt or residuals from a previous beer, may inhibit head creation and flavours. Hold your glass at a 45° angle. Pour the beer, targeting the middle of the slope of the glass. Don't be afraid to pour hard or add some air between the bottle and glass. At the half-way point bring the glass at a 90° angle and continue to pour in the middle of the glass. This will induce the perfect foam head. And remember, having a head on a beer is a good thing. It releases the beer’s aromatics and adds to the overall presentation. Y
  4. That is probably the best way I have ever heard that put. I do prefer draft when its a clean line but like renaissance said its hit or miss. Thats why I usually go for the bottle. Both Ice Cold Right now the beer of choice is Dos Equis Lager and I never turn down Yuengling.
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