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ICE: Where can i get a lot of it!


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Written on: 17.06.2009 13:04
Trumpeter
Posts: 175
hed skrev:

matachari skrev:

Totally agreed, Billie!!!
I've lived a long time in Germany, and they also have a weird "let's use no ice" motto...beer??? ICE cold, and buzz??? on the rocks, please
btw isn't Roskilde a ROCK festival???? icon_razz.gif

do you really put ice cubes in your beer?


My collegues husband put is in his beer. But he is from Irak so its problaby something you have to do there to survive since it is so hot.
But since there is a great risk you get water in your beer, i would never do it.
Written on: 17.06.2009 13:07
Saturnus
Posts: 3047
matachari skrev:

no! I usually (like you I'm sure) put my beer on ice; and ice IN my vodka....
(don't you hate prepositions???) icon_razz.gif


That's because most spanish beers taste foul if they're not ice cold ... with the possible exception of Cruz Campo.
Written on: 17.06.2009 13:16
Jim Daggerthuggert
Posts: 637
matachari skrev:

no! I usually (like you I'm sure) put my beer on ice; and ice IN my vodka....
(don't you hate prepositions???) icon_razz.gif


If you buy your beers at the shops in the camping area, they will be cold when bought. Just drink ém fast enough or share with your friends. Drinks at any of the bars ar cold as well.
Written on: 17.06.2009 22:37
USlander
Posts: 367
Yes but I am beinging Vodka, stuff to mix it with and Red Bull/Rox from The US and Austria. So it will not be cold after 12 and 13 hour plane and tran ride and so I need ice! No stupid freezer packs! Good ol' fashioned ice and at least a kilo worth for my bucket I am bringing to mix the crap in! How long would it take to get to McDonalds and back?
Written on: 17.06.2009 22:53
Rammu
Posts: 334
USlander skrev:

Yes but I am beinging Vodka, stuff to mix it with and Red Bull/Rox from The US and Austria. So it will not be cold after 12 and 13 hour plane and tran ride and so I need ice! No stupid freezer packs! Good ol' fashioned ice and at least a kilo worth for my bucket I am bringing to mix the crap in! How long would it take to get to McDonalds and back?


I think it's a 20-30 min walk each way (depending on how drunk you are). From reliable sources I've been told that it's going to hot (by Danish standards) so bring a cooler icon_wink.gif

http://maps.google.dk/maps?f=q&source=s_q&hl=da&geocode=&q=mcdonalds+roskilde&sll=55.936895,11.228027&sspn=6.143702,19.775391&ie=UTF8&t=h&z=14


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