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    Not Moab

    pretty sure that ain't moab.
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    what happened to his leg?
    Honestly, you just take a deep breath and say Fuck it.

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    Pretty sure that ain't beer.

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    that does look suspiciously like thunder mt behind him...guess somebody took it wrong when they heard "sedona is kind-of like a mini moab.="
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    Quote Originally Posted by m77ranger View Post
    Pretty sure that ain't beer.
    awesome

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    Quote Originally Posted by m77ranger View Post
    Pretty sure that ain't beer.
    It's sad that after all those Tour De France wins, he is sponsored by a N/A Beer company.
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    Quote Originally Posted by highdelll View Post
    what happened to his leg?

    Ahahahahahaha!
    Does look a bit strange doesn't it?
    Bad Photoshop job?

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    Funny. They are advertising a horrible "beer" so why not use a horrible photoshop hack and top it off with misinformation about the location. Makes perfect sense to me
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    Quote Originally Posted by eabos View Post
    Funny. They are advertising a horrible "beer" so why not use a horrible photoshop hack and top it off with misinformation about the location. Makes perfect sense to me

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    Sedona?
    I'd rather be hated for what I am, than loved for what I'm not......Dolemite.

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    Geez couldn't they use a different pose to photoshop in . That same pose is in like 5 ads..
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    Quote Originally Posted by woahey View Post
    that does look suspiciously like thunder mt behind him...guess somebody took it wrong when they heard "sedona is kind-of like a mini moab.="
    I think it is Capital Butte. If they had aimed a little to the right, it could be an ad for Folgers (i.e. Coffee Pot Rock).

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    After a good belgian ale, trappist, real german ale, stout, IPA or other real beer, the best I can say about the beverage in the picture is that it's a "beer inspired beverage", rather than calling it beer. I did work for AB for a while and there are some interesting varieties of Michelob that aren't nearly as bad as B/BW and others, but when you filter all of the taste out and use bland ingredients, it's hard to call the end product beer!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Birdss View Post
    Sedona?
    yup
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    Quote Originally Posted by tpvet73 View Post
    I think it is Capital Butte. If they had aimed a little to the right, it could be an ad for Folgers (i.e. Coffee Pot Rock).
    Yeah, Capital Butte, Thunder Mountain, Old Greyback..they're all one in the same.
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    Quote Originally Posted by m77ranger View Post
    Pretty sure that ain't beer.
    +1
    Ahh- I was totally going to put that too but you got to it first

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    Wow lots of light beer haters. While I can agree it isnt the best beer out there taste wise (Cant go wrong with a Sierra Nevada Pale Ale or a Deschutes Inversion IPA) there is a time and a place for a beer like this. When Im working out in the garage when its 110 or out mowing the grass, an ice cold Coors light, MGD 64 or whatever fits the bill perfectly. Couldnt imagine drinking a stout while out doing lawn work. Now when you are out to dinner at your favorite steakhouse it is a different story completely. I guess I am an equal opportunity beer drinker.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Douger-1 View Post
    Wow lots of light beer haters. While I can agree it isnt the best beer out there taste wise (Cant go wrong with a Sierra Nevada Pale Ale or a Deschutes Inversion IPA) there is a time and a place for a beer like this. When Im working out in the garage when its 110 or out mowing the grass, an ice cold Coors light, MGD 64 or whatever fits the bill perfectly. Couldnt imagine drinking a stout while out doing lawn work. Now when you are out to dinner at your favorite steakhouse it is a different story completely. I guess I am an equal opportunity beer drinker.
    No one is saying drink a stout while doing lawn work, although drinking during such activity seems kind of pointless. Have something nice afterwards, you earned it. I have a hard time considering beverages to be brewed with rice to be "beer". Kind of like how I don't consider MD20/20 to be wine.

    Budweiser and similar beverages are so far removed from what beer is in most other places of the world that I just can't really call it beer. I'm not saying that it can't be refreshing, just that it should be called something other than "beer".
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jayem View Post
    although drinking during such activity seems kind of pointless.
    It does? What? So confused? Hell most of my weekend projects are measured in beer. Changing the oil is a 3 beer job. Mowing the lawn is a 2 beer job. etc etc. It is never pointless to drink a beer.
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    besides, operating power tools after a couple oil cans is a lot more fun

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jayem View Post
    After a good belgian ale, trappist, real german ale, stout, IPA or other real beer, the best I can say about the beverage in the picture is that it's a "beer inspired beverage", rather than calling it beer. I did work for AB for a while and there are some interesting varieties of Michelob that aren't nearly as bad as B/BW and others, but when you filter all of the taste out and use bland ingredients, it's hard to call the end product beer!
    ....it's a BSO....beer shaped object.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by m77ranger View Post
    Pretty sure that ain't beer.
    Response of the year.

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    His leg is being pulled into a vortex.

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    maybe lance helped give their new formula a half nutty flavor...

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