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  1. #1
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    The LOTRO Beacon: Issue 59


    Thanks for reading! Don't forget to reply to this post, we will pick a winner next Thursday afternoon.


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    What's the best ale in LOTRO?

    Barliman's Best, of course!

    Sergio :-)
    Moved from Riddermark to Landroval on 2/10/1015!

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    Barliman's Best, how could it be any other?

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    But the only brew for the brave and true comes from the Green Dragon, therefore the correct answer is Green Dragon's Breath Ale

  5. #5
    The Best Ale in Lotro is the one I am drinking when you ask me that question!!

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    Old Cider.

    Just partial to cider, is all. Beyond that, any Swill will do.

    Brandy: Cupcakes of Doom.
    Landro: Trueheart Companions.

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    Best Ale

    Whichever one I'm drinking at the time!

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    Best brew

    Which one did I just make?

  9. #9

    Hunulf

    I've only recently learned that Hunulf makes the best stuff. Heard it when hanging around the boar fountain in Bree, though why Bree-folk would be lauding Thorin's Hall Inn ale, I don't know...

  10. #10

    Red face What's The Best Ale In Lotro

    Quote Originally Posted by Olgomil View Post
    What's the best ale in LOTRO?

    Barliman's Best, of course!

    Sergio :-)

    Pale Ale made by the Pale Folks?

    Pail O' Ale for the Inn League Members hoofing it for ale runs?

    Ale-In-The-Mail for the Shire Postman?

    Not-So-Frail-Ale for the stout dwarves Thorin's Hall?

    Jail Ale for the captives in the dungeon of Felegoth?

    Stale Ale for old, slow Sara Oakheart?

    Male Ale for the Rangers of the Grey Company?

    Veiled Ale for those who have no idea where they'll end up after they drink from the Inn League's Sinister Keg?

    Braille Ale for Blind One in Dâr Narbugud?

    Ale O' Whale for the band of frozen Lossoth watching for whales in the Ice Bay?

    Bail Ale for the Prisoner locked in the Bree-town Jail?

    Kale Ale for those regal elves in Rivendell?

    Bale Ale for the hobbit farmers baling hay in the Shire?

    Fail Ale for Sauron and his failed plans?

    Sail Ale for the Corsairs of Umbar?

    I-Will-Not-Quail-Ale for Lobordil who will not "quail from his duty" in Book 5, Chapter 1: The Spread of Rumour?

    Scale Ale to strengthen Draigoch as he wards off all of those pesky cloak-crafting tailors?

    Vale Ale to bring courage to the Men of Ringló Vale?

    Trail Ale to fuel those chickens headed all the way to Minas Tirith?

    Holy Grail Ale for the The Killer Rabbit of Caerbannog, a reference to the epic battle in Monty Python and the Holy Grail?

    Reflection of Rail Ale for Thettmárr at the Deep Descent?

    Snail Ale for those poor souls trying to level a Cappy?

    Nail Ale for all those Wardens and Guardians seeking out Gem-encrusted Nails?

    Ale O' Yale for all those high-browed, Ivy League know-it-alls in World Chat?

    Wail Ale for the men of Rohan mourning the ceaseless waves of spiders and orcs that have overrun the Wailing Hills?

    Tail Ale, created in Rhunelad from a nasty brine derived from Nurzum's Tail?

    Flail Ale, brewed above the flames of a fire kindled from Unwilling Firewood; trees that "rage and flail their limbs at us as we chop them down?"

    Shale Ale for those brave souls who climb up and up and up the broken rocks and shale of the Secret Stair toward Cirith Ungol?

    Tale Ale for all those Role Players in the Prancing Pony spinning their stories of battle, deceit, love, and conquest?


    It MUST be one of those?

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    What's the best ale in LOTRO?

    Bombur's Beard Lager...

    Mmm...beard squeezins.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marethryth View Post
    Bombur's Beard Lager...

    Mmm...beard squeezins.
    AYE!, If it be from a fine 350lb dwarven lass's beard.
    Survivor of the Great Server Crash Of 07' --- Scented Candles for Everyone HOOORAYY

  13. #13

    Brew time

    anything I make!

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    Small ale, it's what Rosie likes to keep her hobbit lassie's figure trim
    Diamond of Gladden & Landroval.
    Director of Eriador Music Society of Landroval.

  15. #15
    Bullroarer's ftw!

  16. #16
    Great newsletter, and awesome patch notes from Bullroarer, progress is being made in LOTRO on many levels right now.

  17. #17
    Quote Originally Posted by OliveYew View Post

    Thanks for reading! Don't forget to reply to this post, we will pick a winner next Thursday afternoon.

    In my experience, Barlimen's Best has quite the kick to it.

  18. #18
    I guess, if you want to *Muddle Your Wits*... a mug of Blackberry Ale, or Bullroarer's Brew!

  19. #19
    The one in my hand.

  20. #20
    Quote Originally Posted by Devolved View Post
    Old Cider.

    Just partial to cider, is all. Beyond that, any Swill will do.
    Jeagermeister
    " I AM Q "

    Qor, Qoraya, Qora, Qorya, Qoria ,Qory, Qoryana, Qoryna, Hardqor, Aowyna, Arwenya, Chantall

  21. #21
    Any are fine. I'm not picky.

  22. #22
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    "What's the best ale in LOTRO?"
    Forsaken Ale.

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    What's the best ale in LoTRO?

    Everything that contains alcohol is better than water (man).

    Only the purest of ales brewed within felegoth and seasoned with the herbs of the first age (pointy eared elf).

    Ale? you mean my daily healing draught? every ale of course! (dwarf).

    I fancy a good ol' brandywine served with slowly roasted duck (hobbit).

  24. #24
    The strongest ale in the pub

  25. #25

    Drink

    Whatever I'm drinking is the best.

 

 
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