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Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by hunterguy86, Nov 17, 2005.

  1. hunterguy86

    hunterguy86 1/2 ton status

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    A buddy and I have been on this kick where we buy a diffrent beer every week. So whats some of yall's suggestions? What do yall like?

    Heres a list of what i've tried:

    • Blue Moon
    • Killian’s Irish Red
    • New Castle
    • Pete’s Wicked Ale
    • Shiner Bock, Blonde
    • Coors Light
    • Lonestar
    • Natie Ice, Light
    • Keystone Ice, Light
    • Budweiser, Light, Ice
    • Corona
    • Dos Equis
    • Milwaukee’s Best
    • Pearl
    • Pacifico
    • Sam Adams
    • Red Dog
    • Rolling Rock Light
    • Miller Lite, High Life, Genuine Draft
    • Molson Canadian
     
  2. cbbr

    cbbr 1 ton status GMOTM Winner

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    Try some Abita Amber or Turbodog. Both are good.
     
  3. pauly383

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    I have never been able to get into dark beers , I like the traditional American beers .

    I do like Fosters , Aussie beer is goooooood :D
     
  4. sandawgk5

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    Anything by Redhook and anything by Stone.

    Ira
     
  5. scrappy88

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    -Stone Arrogant Bastard Ale
    -Stone Double Bastard Ale
    -Stone I.P.A.
    -Stone Ruination I.P.A.

    and .. hmm.. yeah pretty much anything Stone for me as well. :D
     
  6. chrisb420

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    beer

    cant get it down south but yuengling is the best lager out there, oldest brewery in the u.s.
     
  7. 89GMCSuburban

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    New Belgium Fat Tire
    Hopp's Thouroughbred Red
    Shiner Bock Hefeweizen
    Guinness
    Guinness Extra Stout
     
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    As I said in the beer fridge thread ZiegenBock is very good, and is a true Texan beer. I also really like Guiness.
     
  9. Chaddy

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    Grolsch is one of my favorates....and any Portland brew is good especially the haystack black porter.
     
  10. sandawgk5

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    Ooops I forgot a couple. I also like free beer and cold beer. :doah:

    Ira
     
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    Anything from Saint Arnold is good. Don't know if the sell it outside of Houston thou.
     
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    Sierra Nevada will have their "Celebration Ale" out soon. It is very good.

    San Miguel, not sure if they sell that in the U.S. though.

    Of course my old stand by, Amstel Light.
     
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    Stella Artois :woot: :woot: :woot:
     
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    New Belgium Fat Tire
    New Belgium Sunshine Wheat
    New Belgium 1554
    New Belgium Frambozen (Seasonal)
    New Belgium Blue Paddle
    New Belgium Bier De Mars
    Odell Easy Street
    Odell 5 Barrel
    Odell 90 shilling
    Stone IPA
    Shiner Bock
    Czechvar
    Yeungling Lager (it IS a US beer from Pennsylvania)
    Fort Collins Brewery Edgar
    Lefthand Sawtooth
    Lefthand Warrior IPA
    Lefthand Deep Cover Brown
    Tabernash Maibock (Seasonal)
    Hazed and Infused (don't know who brew's it off the top of my head; I think Left Hand)
    Guiness
    Murphys
    Stella Artois



    Those are may favs that come to mind that are available here.

    my other fav. beers that I have only had overseas are

    Chadwick cream stout
    Deuchars
    Skullsplitter
    Tennents <-- MY FAV



    I still find myself drink ButtLight and Butt more often then not b/c it is cheap and doesn't get my hammered as easily...



    Cheers,

    Chris
     
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    I know the guy that made those beers lol :p: One of my buddys dads lol
     
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    Magic Hat Fat Angel... good beer
     
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    Abita Turbodog is my all time favorite, but I can't get it anywhere near me... so it's always a treat when I get to drink it...

    While I don't personally like them, Lake Mills has a brewery called Tyranena, which means "Pyramid Lake" in one of the many indian languages we have up here... anyway... they make all sorts of beer, including IPA, Bitter Woman, Headless Man, and Pale Ale. There are others, but most are seasonal so they don't really make my memory. =)

    My favorite staple beer is New Glarus Spotted Cow, though I've heard that the New Glarus Fat Squirrel is really good, but I haven't had the pleasure. Then again, I've heard all the New Glarus brews pretty much rock, though I've only had the Cow so far... it's hard to break the habit. =)
     
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    Try these:
    Harps
    Kirin (Japanese)
    Oscar (Korean)
     
  19. dhcomp

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    boddington.....

    Red stripe..

    but first you have to go to redstripebeer and watch the commercials....they are hillarious.



    Hooray beer!
     
  20. hunterguy86

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    Beer in my opinion ranks next to the internal combustion engine as the best invention in the world.
     

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