questionsdo you prefer bottles, cans or fountain drinks…

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Definitely fountain drinks/drafts! Soda tastes soo much sweeter and beer soo much more beery(probably not a word, but there it is!)

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Fountain and drafts all day. Best taste you can get.
Buying soda/beer at the the store I prefer bottles. Cans ruin taste.

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Beer: all things being equal, draught. But a decent ale in a bottle or can beats something like Coors Light or Bud on tap.

Soda, I don't drink very much any more (except seltzers, generally in one or two liter bottles) but back when I did, it was mostly cans.

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Fountain and draft for sure! I looked into buying a soda fountain for my house then realized the cheapest kit is like $1400. (an no, I'm not getting a sodastream)

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Closest thing I drink to beer is cider, which is always best on tap. For soda, can. It always seems to keep the soda cooler, and with a bottle there's enough there that it will start going flat before I'm finished. A can is usually just the right size.

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I prefer fountain drinks. Then canned or bottled soda in a glass over ice. If I have to drink from the container, definitely a bottle, a can is the last resort. I don't like the smell of the metal can. I use plastic utensils and chopsticks at home because I don't like the smell of metal silverware.

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For soda, I usually have cans. However, for rootbeer, I like that on tap or in glass bottles. Abita is probably my favorite tap/bottled rootbeer.

I'm not much of a regular beer drinker, though.

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Beer = tap.

Soda = GLASS bottle.

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Beer --> Wine out of a bottle
Soda/Pop --> Water out of the tap (sometimes mixed with Crystal Light.)

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Soda from glass - that's the only way!

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I love draft beer. So much that I bought a kegerator. But, after going through 3 kegs, I get like 50-70% foam for the first half of each keg. I bought a new regulator for the CO2 and tried changing the pressure but I can't get it to pour correctly. So, now I just keep bottles of beer in the kegerator.

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Rootbeer off the tap is always prefered, bottle next.

Most sodas - can for the ease.

Beer: Tap in a mug and glass. But if not available - bottle.

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Soda: Glass bottle
Beer: Draft

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Beer always needs to be draft. Soda in a glass bottle. And if I have to, beer as well.

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Beer: Draft

Soda: Can't find much in glass around here, so I prefer wide mouth cans to plastic bottles. I tend to drink much more with a fountain drink. Also, the mix of soda/syrup is frequently askew.

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Soda in a glass bottle is one of my weaknesses. I actually actively seek out new types of colas to try as I find them in glass bottles.

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Generally I like cola and root beer on draft - however, and it is a big however, some places seem to skimp on the syrup. Then I hate it and prefer bottle.

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Me too.
Soda - Bottle
Beer - Draught

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glass bottled beer, canned soda.
Diet pepsi fountain dispensed is better than diet pepsi can/bottle, I only notice the difference because I prefer diet coke.

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@benyust2: you need a longer beer line. that will allow you to serve at the right pressure and not get foam. homebrewers run into this issue a lot.

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@cardinalsfan: Yeah, that is what I've read. Unfortunately, the current one is attached to the tap in such a way that I don't think I can replace it. I might be able to extend it somehow but that seems unlikely to work well. It isn't a big deal, I paid about the same price for the kegerator as I would have for a mini fridge anyway. And, I have drastically cut back my beer drinking so much that a keg would probably go flat before I drink it.