ol man

Lexington, KY

#1 Oct 23, 2008
what do you think of zack barnes
Malt Liquor

Lexington, KY

#2 Oct 23, 2008
i hope he likes a refreshing beverage now and then

For the most part, Malt Liquor beers are sold in the infamous 40 oz sized bottles, some as large at 64 ozs to as small as a 12 oz bottles. Wide mouthed necks are also very popular - this allows the beer to practically funnel its way into your belly. They usually hit at around 5.5 to 8.2% alcohol by volume and are straw to pale amber in colour. Most use excessive amounts of adjuncts, such as corn, rice, refined brewers sugar (dextrose) and as a result there are very few "all malt" brewed malt liquors. Hops are barely used, just enough is added to balance off any cloyingness. Higher alcohol versions tend to have a loads of fusel alcohol, which gives off solvent or fuel like aromas and flavours. They are attenuated very well, meaning a higher ratio of fermentable sugars are present over other beers, but without using as many ingredients and still ending up with a high alcohol content. Some breweries enable the use of special enzymes to further breakdown the malt and adjuncts so they will yield a larger percentage of alcohol. This makes for quite a dry beer, with only a small amount of unfermented sugars and a kick that will knock you on your ass.

Malt liquors must be served ice cold, as close as you can get to 32°F as possible. If you try to drink the stuff any warmer than 45°F you risk the chance of hurling as they can get nasty when warm. And, if you must drink it out of a glass, a frozen one is a must to ensure an optimal temperature. Malt liquor is a specifically brewed to be consumed quickly, achieve an abrupt buzz and easy to drink. This can cause the toughest of drinkers, let alone half-pints, to forget their name and current location. Not a good thing if your buzz goes that far, especially with malt liquor. In the wrong hands malt liquor also becomes instant asshole juice. Only experienced drinkers should attempt to take on malt liquors, and preferably at home, alone.

Oddly, and a little known fact, not all beers labeled a malt liquor are. Varying from state to state, the label is applied to certain beers that exceed a specific alcohol content. You'll see this commonly with imports.

The style has many names, like "liquid crack", "ghetto juice", "booty juice", "crazy juice", "death in a bottle", "four O" or just plain "forty." Popularity has been growing over the years and throughout various boroughs in the American culture. However, you cannot dispute its horrible impact, and the sly marketing tactics behind it, which contributed in making it the drink of choice in the ghettoes. Malt liquors are often marketed as being "high in alcohol" with a demographic target of young men, traditionally students, minorities, white trash, wiggers, drunks or any combination of the mentioned. It's guaranteed that the seedier the neighbor, the more malt liquor you will find. Guaranteed. Take no offense if you fall into one of these categories, but you are being targeted with a juice from hell. By drinking it you reinforce this common theory, strengthen the marketing behind it and line the pockets of mega-breweries while you get crazy stupid drunk. Beer is often classified as a depressant, but don't allow it to be a suppressant on your mind.
buddy

Lexington, KY

#3 Oct 23, 2008
he has a lot of friends
Malt Liquor

Lexington, KY

#4 Oct 23, 2008
do they enjoy refreshing beverages also?

For the most part, Malt Liquor beers are sold in the infamous 40 oz sized bottles, some as large at 64 ozs to as small as a 12 oz bottles. Wide mouthed necks are also very popular - this allows the beer to practically funnel its way into your belly. They usually hit at around 5.5 to 8.2% alcohol by volume and are straw to pale amber in colour. Most use excessive amounts of adjuncts, such as corn, rice, refined brewers sugar (dextrose) and as a result there are very few "all malt" brewed malt liquors. Hops are barely used, just enough is added to balance off any cloyingness. Higher alcohol versions tend to have a loads of fusel alcohol, which gives off solvent or fuel like aromas and flavours. They are attenuated very well, meaning a higher ratio of fermentable sugars are present over other beers, but without using as many ingredients and still ending up with a high alcohol content. Some breweries enable the use of special enzymes to further breakdown the malt and adjuncts so they will yield a larger percentage of alcohol. This makes for quite a dry beer, with only a small amount of unfermented sugars and a kick that will knock you on your ass.

Malt liquors must be served ice cold, as close as you can get to 32°F as possible. If you try to drink the stuff any warmer than 45°F you risk the chance of hurling as they can get nasty when warm. And, if you must drink it out of a glass, a frozen one is a must to ensure an optimal temperature. Malt liquor is a specifically brewed to be consumed quickly, achieve an abrupt buzz and easy to drink. This can cause the toughest of drinkers, let alone half-pints, to forget their name and current location. Not a good thing if your buzz goes that far, especially with malt liquor. In the wrong hands malt liquor also becomes instant asshole juice. Only experienced drinkers should attempt to take on malt liquors, and preferably at home, alone.

Oddly, and a little known fact, not all beers labeled a malt liquor are. Varying from state to state, the label is applied to certain beers that exceed a specific alcohol content. You'll see this commonly with imports.

The style has many names, like "liquid crack", "ghetto juice", "booty juice", "crazy juice", "death in a bottle", "four O" or just plain "forty." Popularity has been growing over the years and throughout various boroughs in the American culture. However, you cannot dispute its horrible impact, and the sly marketing tactics behind it, which contributed in making it the drink of choice in the ghettoes. Malt liquors are often marketed as being "high in alcohol" with a demographic target of young men, traditionally students, minorities, white trash, wiggers, drunks or any combination of the mentioned. It's guaranteed that the seedier the neighbor, the more malt liquor you will find. Guaranteed. Take no offense if you fall into one of these categories, but you are being targeted with a juice from hell. By drinking it you reinforce this common theory, strengthen the marketing behind it and line the pockets of mega-breweries while you get crazy stupid drunk. Beer is often classified as a depressant, but don't allow it to be a suppressant on your mind.
hot dog

Dawsonville, GA

#5 Oct 24, 2008
Malt Liquor wrote:
do they enjoy refreshing beverages also?
For the most part, Malt Liquor beers are sold in the infamous 40 oz sized bottles, some as large at 64 ozs to as small as a 12 oz bottles. Wide mouthed necks are also very popular - this allows the beer to practically funnel its way into your belly. They usually hit at around 5.5 to 8.2% alcohol by volume and are straw to pale amber in colour. Most use excessive amounts of adjuncts, such as corn, rice, refined brewers sugar (dextrose) and as a result there are very few "all malt" brewed malt liquors. Hops are barely used, just enough is added to balance off any cloyingness. Higher alcohol versions tend to have a loads of fusel alcohol, which gives off solvent or fuel like aromas and flavours. They are attenuated very well, meaning a higher ratio of fermentable sugars are present over other beers, but without using as many ingredients and still ending up with a high alcohol content. Some breweries enable the use of special enzymes to further breakdown the malt and adjuncts so they will yield a larger percentage of alcohol. This makes for quite a dry beer, with only a small amount of unfermented sugars and a kick that will knock you on your ass.
Malt liquors must be served ice cold, as close as you can get to 32°F as possible. If you try to drink the stuff any warmer than 45°F you risk the chance of hurling as they can get nasty when warm. And, if you must drink it out of a glass, a frozen one is a must to ensure an optimal temperature. Malt liquor is a specifically brewed to be consumed quickly, achieve an abrupt buzz and easy to drink. This can cause the toughest of drinkers, let alone half-pints, to forget their name and current location. Not a good thing if your buzz goes that far, especially with malt liquor. In the wrong hands malt liquor also becomes instant asshole juice. Only experienced drinkers should attempt to take on malt liquors, and preferably at home, alone.
Oddly, and a little known fact, not all beers labeled a malt liquor are. Varying from state to state, the label is applied to certain beers that exceed a specific alcohol content. You'll see this commonly with imports.
The style has many names, like "liquid crack", "ghetto juice", "booty juice", "crazy juice", "death in a bottle", "four O" or just plain "forty." Popularity has been growing over the years and throughout various boroughs in the American culture. However, you cannot dispute its horrible impact, and the sly marketing tactics behind it, which contributed in making it the drink of choice in the ghettoes. Malt liquors are often marketed as being "high in alcohol" with a demographic target of young men, traditionally students, minorities, white trash, wiggers, drunks or any combination of the mentioned. It's guaranteed that the seedier the neighbor, the more malt liquor you will find. Guaranteed. Take no offense if you fall into one of these categories, but you are being targeted with a juice from hell. By drinking it you reinforce this common theory, strengthen the marketing behind it and line the pockets of mega-breweries while you get crazy stupid drunk. Beer is often classified as a depressant, but don't allow it to be a suppressant on your mind.
hey mr.dick liquor!!!!!
redneck boy

Lexington, KY

#6 Oct 25, 2008
he dont talk much, when he does hes always wanting to sale something or trade,dont like to be around him much the ignerance gets old. hard to get rid of the fella though very clingy
cowboy up

London, KY

#7 Nov 1, 2008
never really talk to him but his sister is pretty hot
so fine

London, KY

#8 Nov 2, 2008
dont know his sister but i think zack is sexy, anyone know if he is single?
caleb

London, KY

#11 Nov 4, 2008
see ya at school tommorrow how embarssing lol
Rated R

London, KY

#12 Nov 10, 2008
oh yes, da boi smells as if he were franticly rolling aroun in a big ol pile of cat doodie for hours then licked himself... nnnnnaaahhhh!!! omg lmfao lol lol ha haahaa ha ha haahaa
can you say BATH-WATER???....
GET SUUUUM!!
CASSIE

London, KY

#13 Jan 15, 2009
Are you talking Adrian Barnes boy Zack?
a good friend

Crossett, AR

#14 Jan 16, 2009
Zach is a good boy and that is all he is so quit talking about him. He does not go anywhere and does not bother anyone. Why would you want to start something about a child anyone's child? Stop this or someone will get their a$$ kicked if they will put their real name on here but I forgot people can talk but not put their real name on here... If you are so big and confident put it on here and I promise when I'm done you will not talk about him know more... He does shower and wears clean clothes his dad makes sure of that... So keep your comments to yourself..
cowboy1

East Bernstadt, KY

#15 Feb 10, 2009
hey this is zack those good folks out there thank ya kindly, onther people out hiding behind your computers sorry if i done something to you if you cont accept that then i dont know what to say but to put your name on here

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