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Roll of Honor Kosomot
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You are not human.
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Orome
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noone who drinks wine is...
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Maglor
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What's wrong with cold red wine? I wouldn't have red wine warm.
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Orome
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?????
Have you ppl ever seen a wine cellar?
Its not called a freezer!

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Cireoe
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Hey, I was brought up drinking my red wine cold. No harm in that. And no, I am not human, and proud of it!

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Roll of Honor Kosomot
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It just sounds weird...
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Juree
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I like my red wine cold or warm...but then I've been told by some I'm barbaric...
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gandalf76
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Kullervo will have to back this up but.........I think red wine must be appreciated warm that is where it's complexities come forward.to each there own,but the producer of the wine would probably give you your money back and reccomend some Boones Farm or mabye some Mad Dog 20/20
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Juree
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lol, gandalf76 []

You know, it's funny. When I was in high school and college I found nothing wrong with Boones Farm or Mad Dog 20/20 (or wine coolers for that matter) but once I graduated from college I found I couldn't stand either one.

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Orome
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boones farm is sometimes a tasty treat.
specially compared to many of the frat beers.

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'Frat Beer' Now that's an interesting term. My University didn't have any frats, so it would never have occurred to me.

In the '70's, Playboy (Great articles! [] ) did a survey of the top ten party schools in the United States. In the introduction they indicated that my school was not included in the survey, because the survey was for amateurs only, and we were professionals! The county the school was in was number two for beer consumption in Texas, the first was Houston. The school was just about the only thing in the county!

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Orome
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Frat beer - the cheap stuff
- usually a light beer of some kind
- often warm, usually lukewarm, and on rare occasion cold
- no imported crap here, nosir, bud light old milw light etc.

I went to michigan tech for a year. Bout all there was to do was drink beer or got to the indian casino. Needless to say me and my freinds did lots of both.

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t's come to my attention lately that in many countries people drink their beer warm. Now being an Aussie naturally i only drink cold beer. So who here drinks their beer warm or cold and what is the natural custom in your country.
Beer, and ale, has to be drank COLD! Tooheys has a deal going where they serve their Tooheys New supercold on tap. There is a digital thermometer on the tap displaying -1 C (The place I was at it kept flipping between -2 & -3 C), and it goes into a refrigerated glass. Ice usually forms on the outside of the glass. It tastes excellent this way! Now if I can find an iced bar to set the glass on like they have at the Williams Street pub back home in Renton....

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(nearly 8 years on)

I have to say I still have time for a well-chilled Tooheys New on a hot December arvo off tap. There is something about a crisp lager that takes down the sweaty heat a notch.

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faithfull
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Warm red wine? Horrors! [] It should be enjoyed cool, around 57-62f degrees (or what would be "room temperature" in a stone castle). [] I like dark beers cool. Light beers and ales cold. []
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Aiwrendel
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I wonder what they meant by “warm”? Warm as in room temperature (68 – 70 F) or warm as in how Wassail is served? Or would that be considered "hot"?

Anyway. Beer, ail, and wines COLD! Brandy and B&B, body temperature (warm.) Others room temperature or on ice depending how they are served. Vodka shaken, not stirred with a Wild Turkey chaser. (Kidding)
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