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Do you like beer? I do not. Actually, I never buy it either. But with this heatwave killing us I started acting funny and bought myself some bilingual Exta Kriek. It is one of the very few beers I can appreciate. It is refreshing and tastes a bit like lemonade if you ask me. Is it available where you live?

The lasting drought and heat made me resort to many drinks. Mojito, cava, Fanta, coke, wine, half and half, Finley, sangria ... I am glad the grass is turning green again. I was happy with the sun, but it was too hot to work. That is why I am glad the temperatures have dropped somewhat.

I am almost 100 % sure we had the kriek conversation before, but as we are growing older we simply have to start repeating ourselves.

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We have a drink called shandy. Its a mix of lager and lemonade. Its very nice and sounds similar. Also lager with blackcurrent is very drinkable. Cider is a favourite of mine too. There is a wide range of fruit ciders now but I'm partial to Stella Cidre. The apple one in particular.
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I don't think I've ever seen that beer around where I live, Hula.

I was never a beer drinker but that does look very interesting with the cherries.

Water is my drink.  I'm never without water nearby.

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I HATE beer. Hate it. Blah, yuck!

When I was about 15, we were camping out for Supertramp tickets. The older kids got us some beer. I had two (to be like everyone else) stood up and was so drunk. We ran barefoot and giggling to Macdonalds (must have been so obnoxious for those poor cashiers) stuffed our faces, and had a ball.

We used to go to parties and I would drink beer because it's what you did, and it was fun. I always hated the taste of it, though. 

When I got a little older I owned the fact that I do not like beer. I don't care if it takes time to "acquire a taste for it" like everyone says, I was no longer interested. Besides, what's the point if you have to 'acquire' a taste? Why not just drink something that you already like?

Allan loves his beer. I love my wine. I like lots of other drinks, too, but not beer. 
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I do not like beer either, I never drink it.

At the supermarket we receive a gift if we buy more than a certain amount. The last time I went, they offered beer!  I did not take it with me, because I usually never drink beer. But Belle Vue kriek, yes, that is ok.
 

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