What I Learned This Weekend

25 02 2008

What I Learned This Weekend, By Stephanie.

Labatt Max Ice may sound like a good idea, but it’s really not and it will lead to a lost weekend.

When people ask you where you found that beer and you start off by saying, “In the back of the cooler at the gas station”, you should transport yourself back in time and tell your past-self to put the beer down and stick to Labatt Blue.

Because frankly, no one likes a puker.




4 responses

29 03 2008

strong alcohol beers are not for the timid,after 20 years of hard drinking it wont be a problem

13 04 2009

I too discovered Labatt Ice last weekend…us 3guys were out for Easter bike ride..we stopped for a few gas station beverages and thought at .99 cents for a tall boy..you couldn’t go wrong…3 of these +a few other ski’s down the hatch and that bicyle ride home was hell of a ride…for future consumption, I would limit my intake to just two tall boys as these things do truly make you want to hurl…

taste’s much better than the steel resrve tall boy and does about the same damage…two thumbs up!

14 04 2009
Stephanie of Stopbouncing

[@ k-diddy] EWWWWWW steel reserve! They sell that stuff with a fork and knife. Funny thing is, we had discussed The Labatt Max Ice incident last night…. wweeiiirrrddd.

14 04 2009

I am all for the Labatt Max Ice 7.1%. I have a hard time drinking the Steel Reserve “211”, but the Max Ice goes down smooth, tastes good, and packs one hell of a punch. After 3 24oz cans you will be feeling a strong buzz. For 99 cents, it is cheaper than buying a 30 pack of Busch Light.

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