Samuel Adams Boston Lager -- Gulpus Eruptus


I'm curious as to whether any others experience the same problem when drinking Samuel Adams Boston Lager frlom the bottle--somewhere around the third gulp a gush of foam bursts out of the bottle. This happens even though the bottle is fresh from the refrigerator and cold. This happens regularly with the Samuel Adams but I have no recollection of it happening with the other beers I also drink from the bottle.
-- James L. Ryan -- TaliesinSoft
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James L. Ryan -- TaliesinSoft
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TaliesinSoft
> I'm curious as to whether any others experience the same problem when > drinking Samuel Adams Boston Lager frlom the bottle--somewhere around the > third gulp a gush of foam bursts out of the bottle. This happens even though > the bottle is fresh from the refrigerator and cold. This happens regularly > with the Samuel Adams but I have no recollection of it happening with the > other beers I also drink from the bottle. > > -- > James L. Ryan -- TaliesinSoft
Sounds like a personal problem......
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John S.
On Mon, 16 Jan 2006 19:22:40 -0600, John S. wrote (in article ): >> I'm curious as to whether any others experience the same problem when >> drinking Samuel Adams Boston Lager frlom the bottle--somewhere around the >> third gulp a gush of foam bursts out of the bottle. This happens even though >> the bottle is fresh from the refrigerator and cold. This happens regularly >> with the Samuel Adams but I have no recollection of it happening with the >> other beers I also drink from the bottle. >> >> -- >> James L. Ryan -- TaliesinSoft > > Sounds like a personal problem...... >
John,
A personal problem! Now you've aroused my curiosity. Am I raising the bottle to and from my lips in an odd manner? Do I apply too much suction at the moment of removal of the bottle from my lips? Elaborate! :-)
Jim -- James L. Ryan -- TaliesinSoft
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James L. Ryan -- TaliesinSoft
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TaliesinSoft
> A personal problem! Now you've aroused my curiosity. Am I raising the bottle > to and from my lips in an odd manner? Do I apply too much suction at the > moment of removal of the bottle from my lips? Elaborate! :-)
You're drinking it from the bottle, instead of pouring it into a glass.
HTH. HAND. -- dgs
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dgs
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dgs
> On Mon, 16 Jan 2006 19:22:40 -0600, John S. wrote > (in article ): > > >> I'm curious as to whether any others experience the same problem when > >> drinking Samuel Adams Boston Lager frlom the bottle--somewhere around the > >> third gulp a gush of foam bursts out of the bottle. This happens even though > >> the bottle is fresh from the refrigerator and cold. This happens regularly > >> with the Samuel Adams but I have no recollection of it happening with the > >> other beers I also drink from the bottle. > >> > >> -- > >> James L. Ryan -- TaliesinSoft > > > > Sounds like a personal problem...... > > > > John, > > A personal problem! Now you've aroused my curiosity. Am I raising the bottle > to and from my lips in an odd manner? Do I apply too much suction at the > moment of removal of the bottle from my lips? Elaborate! :-) > > > Jim > -- > James L. Ryan -- TaliesinSoft
Dunno the answer. I suspect you will be able to resolve the problem by multiple tasting sessions using several techniques for imbibing however.
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John S.
> >>On Mon, 16 Jan 2006 19:22:40 -0600, John S. wrote >>(in article ): >> >>> >>>>I'm curious as to whether any others experience the same problem when >>>>drinking Samuel Adams Boston Lager frlom the bottle--somewhere around the >>>>third gulp a gush of foam bursts out of the bottle. This happens even though >>>>the bottle is fresh from the refrigerator and cold. This happens regularly >>>>with the Samuel Adams but I have no recollection of it happening with the >>>>other beers I also drink from the bottle. >>>> >>>>-- >>>>James L. Ryan -- TaliesinSoft >>> >>>Sounds like a personal problem...... >>> >> >>John, >> >>A personal problem! Now you've aroused my curiosity. Am I raising the bottle >>to and from my lips in an odd manner? Do I apply too much suction at the >>moment of removal of the bottle from my lips? Elaborate! :-) >> >> >>Jim >>-- >>James L. Ryan -- TaliesinSoft > > > Dunno the answer. I suspect you will be able to resolve the problem by > multiple tasting sessions using several techniques for imbibing however. >
I strongly recommend against "the boot". And especially against it's evil cousin the "A** Boot".
Just my two cents though...
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Ben
> > > >>On Mon, 16 Jan 2006 19:22:40 -0600, John S. wrote > >>(in article ): > >> > >>> > >>>>I'm curious as to whether any others experience the same problem when > >>>>drinking Samuel Adams Boston Lager frlom the bottle--somewhere around the > >>>>third gulp a gush of foam bursts out of the bottle. This happens even though > >>>>the bottle is fresh from the refrigerator and cold. This happens regularly > >>>>with the Samuel Adams but I have no recollection of it happening with the > >>>>other beers I also drink from the bottle. > >>>> > >>>>-- > >>>>James L. Ryan -- TaliesinSoft > >>> > >>>Sounds like a personal problem...... > >>> > >> > >>John, > >> > >>A personal problem! Now you've aroused my curiosity. Am I raising the bottle > >>to and from my lips in an odd manner? Do I apply too much suction at the > >>moment of removal of the bottle from my lips? Elaborate! :-) > >> > >> > >>Jim > >>-- > >>James L. Ryan -- TaliesinSoft > > > > > > Dunno the answer. I suspect you will be able to resolve the problem by > > multiple tasting sessions using several techniques for imbibing however. > > > > I strongly recommend against "the boot". And especially against it's > evil cousin the "A** Boot". > > Just my two cents though...
Das boot???
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John S.
Coors > I'm curious as to whether any others experience the same problem when > drinking Samuel Adams Boston Lager frlom the bottle--somewhere around the > third gulp a gush of foam bursts out of the bottle. This happens even > though > the bottle is fresh from the refrigerator and cold. This happens regularly > with the Samuel Adams but I have no recollection of it happening with the > other beers I also drink from the bottle. > > -- > James L. Ryan -- TaliesinSoft > >
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junkhunter
In article , taliesinsoft@mac.com says... > I'm curious as to whether any others experience the same problem when > drinking Samuel Adams Boston Lager frlom the bottle--somewhere around the > third gulp a gush of foam bursts out of the bottle. This happens even though > the bottle is fresh from the refrigerator and cold. This happens regularly > with the Samuel Adams but I have no recollection of it happening with the > other beers I also drink from the bottle. > > Stop drinking from the bottle. God is trying to tell you beer is supposed to be drunk from a glass. (OK to drink Colt 45 Malt Likka from 40 oz bottle,though).
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Irwin Peckinloomer
> In article , > taliesinsoft@mac.com says... > > I'm curious as to whether any others experience the same problem when > > drinking Samuel Adams Boston Lager frlom the bottle--somewhere around the > > third gulp a gush of foam bursts out of the bottle. This happens even though > > the bottle is fresh from the refrigerator and cold. This happens regularly > > with the Samuel Adams but I have no recollection of it happening with the > > other beers I also drink from the bottle. > > > > > Stop drinking from the bottle. God is trying to tell you beer is > supposed to be drunk from a glass. (OK to drink Colt 45 Malt Likka from > 40 oz bottle,though).
God wants him to pour the Samuel Adams into a glass, and float the bottlecap on its head before drinking it. (Anyone remember those stupid old Samuel Adams radio ads?)
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Kenji

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