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    Re: Beers and G-Shocks!

    Quote Originally Posted by Dxnnis View Post
    Just the one burger @Tetsu Tekubi lol
    haha i was still uncomfortably full hours later! all that meat sitting on top of all the cider didnt help either, i normally do one or the other, big meal or big drinking sesh, not both!
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    salutations from the north of france. Here's a cheap n dirty rasta mod, to replace my long lost & beloved DW-5600R-3 ( I know it's absolutely not the same, but the spirit is there ;))

    also, Chouffe is the best. that is all.
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    Re: Beers and G-Shocks!

    Quote Originally Posted by Sjors View Post
    Well, Monyo and Mad Scientist are quite famous Hungarian craft breweries in Europe.

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    Fullers1845, listen to this man, he definitely knows more about Hungarian craft beer than I do. I'm not familiar with craft beers at all. The brew on my picture is called Soproni 1895, a special edition by one of the national breweries. They released it in 2015 to celebrate their 120th anniversary but became so successful that they still produce it.
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    Re: Beers and G-Shocks!

    ^Sounds delicious. I would love to try some one day. Cheers!
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    Re: Beers and G-Shocks!

    When this thread first popped up, I naievely believed that it was just another opportunity to take more cool pics of your Gs.

    ....Now I see that in reality it was just an excuse to have (another) beer!!

    (not that there's anything wrong with that! )
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    Re: Beers and G-Shocks!

    Can I UN-shock in this thread? Haha.

    I was planning on wearing my 5900 today actually, but decided to honor the "passing" of the skx line.

    Anyways, out with the misses at a local watering hole for the nyu collegiate types in the west villiage having something random IPAs and vodka shots

    > everything else

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    Re: Beers and G-Shocks!

    Cheers my G-Shockers


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    Re: Beers and G-Shocks!

    Tullamore Dew & GW5K with a yellow bezel.
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