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Former Dees Captain David Neitz has a beer company and they're releasing a Demon Brew. Love the logo and the colouring of the bottles.

Register for early presale access: https://t.co/IpPCLVW995

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Just the tonic to help us drown our sorrows!  (Mind you, might be better use of Neita's time if he went down to Gosch's and spent some time teaching our mob how to kick a goal!)

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10 minutes ago, Vagg said:

Just the tonic to help us drown our sorrows!  (Mind you, might be better use of Neita's time if he went down to Gosch's and spent some time teaching our mob how to kick a goal!)

Should be part of the logo licensing deal.

Every beer you drink, sponsors Neita to coach another shot on goal.  Perfect deal all in-kind, so doesn't eat into Neita's profit margins and outside of the soft cap on football department spending for the club.

However based on your philosophy of drinking beer to drown or sorrows, that might become a disincentive for David to fix our goal kicking.  I think having a Demon Brew would taste soo much better and I'd drink more of them celebrating a good win by the red and blue!

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Steven May is the face and ambassador for this product I hear.

did some taste testing in May

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54 minutes ago, Rodney (Balls) Grinter said:

I think having a Demon Brew would taste soo much better and I'd drink more of them celebrating a good win by the red and blue!

Can't argue with that, Ballsy!

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As a Dees member I need something a lot stronger to get me through 2019.

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Perhaps a local distillery will release a Demon single malt for you od!

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19 minutes ago, Bitter but optimistic said:

Perhaps a local distillery will release a Demon single malt for you od!

They don't call it "the demon drink" for nothing!  LOL

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44 minutes ago, Bitter but optimistic said:

Perhaps a local distillery will release a Demon single malt for you od!

Might have to discuss "Demon Pinot" with my sister Bbo.

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3 hours ago, old dee said:

Might have to discuss "Demon Pinot" with my sister Bbo.

Send a case to The Manor od !!!

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8 hours ago, Demonland said:

Former Dees Captain David Neitz has a beer company and they're releasing a Demon Brew. Love the logo and the colouring of the bottles.

Register for early presale access: https://t.co/IpPCLVW995

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Neita's brewing hey.  

Does anyone know if Ross Brewer is still around,  these days.

 

Imagine one day when we're playing and winning our next AFL Premiership.   I hope Neita is already preparing a Devlish Collectors Ale

Maybe a strong celebratory Brew HaHa, Demon Drop for an occasion.?

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I don't want anyone on here getting sick, so before you drink and I will sample a few first to make sure they are ok to consume.

Just being a good Samaritan....

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15 hours ago, deebug said:

Hope it taste like Ballarat bitter? Best beer ever made.

Well, one of the best.

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1 hour ago, Adzman said:

I don't want anyone on here getting sick, so before you drink and I will sample a few first to make sure they are ok to consume.

Just being a good Samaritan....

Appreciate that, Adzman. Can we all expect a post on the finer but most important points of the brew? Lager is a variable drop and with modern brewing methods, it changes noticeably - even the same brand. For example, in Viccy, the 1960s - 1980s Fosters was the best in the world, then went YUK! Hope Neita is on a winner, with this one. 

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3 hours ago, Deemania since 56 said:

Well, one of the best.

Yep for sure, smooth and nice on a hot summer day.

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23 hours ago, Demonland said:

Former Dees Captain David Neitz has a beer company and they're releasing a Demon Brew. Love the logo and the colouring of the bottles.

Register for early presale access: https://t.co/IpPCLVW995

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Unfortunately I need to wait for the GF (gluten free) version 

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$99 for a slab, plus delivery.

OUCH.

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3 minutes ago, DemonWheels said:

$99 for a slab, plus delivery.

OUCH.

Brewmanity are part craft beer company, part philanthropic endeavor. Whilst $99 is not over the top for a slab of craft beer, especially one that could be regarded as a collector's edition, it's worth noting that Brewmanity donate proceeds from every beer sold and have currently raised over $150,000 for the Cure For MND Foundation.

 

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I bought 2 cases to only be opened when we hold the premiership cup aloft.

Beer lasts forever doesn't it?

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On 6/7/2019 at 5:53 PM, deebug said:

Hope it taste like Ballarat bitter? Best beer ever made.

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