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Old 08-02-2007, 01:41 PM   #1
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Beer Discussion

So, since we were cluttering up the picture thread, I decided to make this thread for discussing beers.

I enjoy light beer the most. Miller Lite. Natural Light. (cheap and good haha). That is pretty much it, tho I can pretty much drink any of em.

Other beers I like are Blue Moon, Corona, Amberbock, XX amber and lager especial, and our local brew Old Towne, which, unfortunately, just burnt down (I can not wait for it to rebuild, because there are a few flavors I hadn't tried yet). I used to be a light beer only kind of guy, but I find myself branching out more and more and enjoying most of it. I just wish I didn't live in a state with archaic beer laws that restrict the kinds of beers sold.

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Old 08-02-2007, 01:54 PM   #2
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I have a top 10

10. Natty Ice
9. Bud Light
8. MGD
7. Corona
6. Red Stripe
5. Killian's
4. Nergo Modella
3. Grolsch
2. Rolling Rock
1. Heineken

...but I mostly prefer a fine single malt highland scotch.

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Miller lite, Shiner Bock, Mich Ultra, XX Lager, Tecate Light
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Beer I like beer, anything is O.K. Except Bud Light It give's me a headache....but 7 and 7 nutin beats that....
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Beer I like beer, anything is O.K. Except Bud Light It give's me a headache....but 7 and 7 nutin beats that....
Bud Light gives me headaches as well, I think it might be the GHT...
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Except Bud Light It give's me a headache....
Me 2!
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Old 08-02-2007, 03:15 PM   #8
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Top 10 beers
1. Killians
2. Amberbock
3. Shiner Bock (but i only get it when i visit the inlaws)
4. Labatt Blue
5. Budweiser
6. Bass Ale
7. PBR (its my cheap choice)
8. Guinness
9. Grolsch
10. Corona

However, being from Kentucky... A glass of Pappay Van Winkle 23year family reserve really hits the spot when I can afford it.
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My favorite beer is always my own. The joy of making beer - make what tastes good to you!

But of the commercially available brews - I go for the Micros. My favorites are Stone Brewing (pretty much anything that they brew), Sierra Nevada, really any hoppy IPA.

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Negro Modelo - in the freezer for a bit so its ice cold with a bit of lemon juice.

along with a heavily peppered grilled filet mignon
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My favorite beer is always my own. The joy of making beer - make what tastes good to you!

But of the commercially available brews - I go for the Micros. My favorites are Stone Brewing (pretty much anything that they brew), Sierra Nevada, really any hoppy IPA.

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It is a fun hobby and really easy. Couple of tips for you.

Don't try any of those cheap little kits like Mr. Beer or what ever that thing is called. Makes the worst tasting beer possible.

Start off with an extract, you can do it with what you have at home and maybe a $100 or so if memory serves right.

Check out a forum like http://www.morebeer.com for tons of good info. I don't have the specific link for their forums on my computer here at work, but that will get you there.

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In college I would have drank anything you put in front of me. Nowadays I perfer
Killians
Sam Adams, I really am enjoying the Summer Ale
Labbats Blue but thats hard to find here in TN
Red Stripe

my fridge has about 12 diffrent brands in it right now. I keep it stocked for when all my buddies come over
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My roomie in callege was a Uper....He got me hooked on Labatt. Damn hockey players
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So, since we were cluttering up the picture thread, I decided to make this thread for discussing beers.
BTW - since when did that matter on this board?!?!? Soon enough - people will be cluttering up this perfectly good beer thread with pictures!

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BTW - since when did that matter on this board?!?!? Soon enough - people will be cluttering up this perfectly good beer thread with pictures!

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Presidente, is some good stuff. Fat Tire. Heiny. Like to go to Gordon Birsch (sp?) at the Vegas airport and try new stuff. But mostly Budlight. Anything Coors kills me, instant headache. Miller lite is okay, but the next day I pay. The Bud is my bud, treats me right!
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I wasn't sure who would first - you or tiny!
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Other beers I like are Blue Moon, Corona, Amberbock, XX amber and lager especial, and our local brew Old Towne, which, unfortunately, just burnt down (I can not wait for it to rebuild, because there are a few flavors I hadn't tried yet).
I bet they will all have more of a smokey flavor to them now.

For you all that dig Micro's you ever had any of the beers from Rogue (Oregon I believe)? I swear those people are just in business to create nasty tasting beers like Yellow Snow and Chocolate Stout.

I do the World Beer Tours at Old Chicago so I have to drink a lot of beers I really don't like, but at least it makes me branch out from more than just Corona.

The one beer I really like if I'm in a mood to drink a shit load is Keystone Light. Have always like the taste of it especially if I'm drinking a case while building a deck or mowing our 5 acres at the lake house.
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I wasn't sure who would first - you or tiny!
hehehehe....


On the subject of beer though - I like water myself. That'd Michelob Ultra.
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i like german beck´s beer. that company is one of my customers. and i often get some beer for free when i was there.

my refrigerator some minutes ago:

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Where's the sausage and the sauerkraut?
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Where's the sausage and the sauerkraut?
most germans don´t like sausage and sauerkraut. and they don´t wear short leather trousers.

you´ll find all that only in bavaria where the oktoberfest is.

btw.





just looked into my kitchen kabinet and noticed that i do have some sausages and sauerkraut...
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Everything in there seems to be in English. Don't they make german ketchup?
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Everything in there seems to be in English. Don't they make german ketchup?
that are american brands, but they are all produced in germany.
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That reminds me of a picture I have... let me see if I can find it.
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Well damn, never mind, I seem to have misplaced that file. Anyway, it was 18 bottles of Miller Lite lined up on the spoiler of my buddies Mustang. It looked pretty cool.

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