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    Quote Originally Posted by ed2962 View Post
    Just because I'm curious, what kind of beer was it?
    Quote Originally Posted by ChadH View Post
    I'm also curious. No judgement.
    Yeah, I wouldn't mind seeing what beer it was exactly. Was it lager, bitter, real ale, some other kind?

    Some beers are much more of an acquired taste than others.

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    How about trying this ghost wine: https://www.bleedingcool.com/2018/01...r-adam-hughes/

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    The beer was Leffe Ritual 9, from Belgium. I've spoken to some of my co-workers, and one told me that he had to get used to the taste as well when he first tried beer, while another said that it's simply the flavour of this particular beer. I'm not really planning on exploring the world of beers much further.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mormel View Post
    The beer was Leffe Ritual 9, from Belgium. I've spoken to some of my co-workers, and one told me that he had to get used to the taste as well when he first tried beer, while another said that it's simply the flavour of this particular beer. I'm not really planning on exploring the world of beers much further.
    First time I tried Leffe was on a city break in Bruges. Good times.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FluffySheep View Post
    First time I tried Leffe was on a city break in Bruges. Good times.
    I've sampled it also. Whilst staying with my Dad in the south of France. Got to say it was quite nice.

    Of course, the world would be boring if we all only enjoyed the same things though.

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    Speaking of beers, this is one I would recommend that doesn't actually taste like beer! I liked this stuff so much in Bruges that I bought this very glass.

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    I'm currently undertaking a Jonathan Hickman Marvel binge. I started Fantastic Four just before his run began. I'm going to continue it through FF, Avengers, New Avengers and Secret Wars. I'm in for a ride

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mormel View Post
    The beer was Leffe Ritual 9, from Belgium. I've spoken to some of my co-workers, and one told me that he had to get used to the taste as well when he first tried beer, while another said that it's simply the flavour of this particular beer. I'm not really planning on exploring the world of beers much further.
    I have never heard of it. Maybe I'll look for it in the future just to taste it?

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    My favorite beer right now is Fosters.

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    Currently Pulling: Amazing Spider-man, Black Hammer: Age of Doom, Black Hammer: The Quantum Age, Farmhand, Gideon Falls, Infinite Dark, Babyteeth

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    Time for me to lean even more on my love of comics: I got dumped and it sucks.
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    #comicsgate is hilarious.

    The Big 2 couldn't be more conservative unless Hitler started punching out Cap and Superman started extolling the virtues of the free market.

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    Quote Originally Posted by _Feely_ View Post
    #comicsgate is hilarious.

    The Big 2 couldn't be more conservative unless Hitler started punching out Cap and Superman started extolling the virtues of the free market.
    Bruh, don't get me started...

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