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Old 12-12-2011, 01:08 AM   #1
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Let's talk about BEER

What are all yinz drinking these days?

Post up your suggestions and what yous be sipping on.


It's Christmas time, you GOTTA get that Mad Elf.

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Old 12-12-2011, 01:59 AM   #5
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Stone brewery beers, local San diego brewery, favs are Arrogant Bastar Ale, Ruination IPA, and most of their others.
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I was going to say stone, just tried arrogant bastard oaked, it's great....also can go wrong with some good sam adams
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I was going to say stone, just tried arrogant bastard oaked, it's great....also can go wrong with some good sam adams
Stone is great. Everything they make is pretty good, personally the oaked arrogant bastard has been my favorite. It's a little pricey at around 17 bucks for a sixer, but worth it. It's excellent beer.
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Old 12-12-2011, 02:18 AM   #8
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Currently:

Bell's Two Hearted Ale
Dog Fish 60, 90, Midas Touch, Palo Santo, Immortal Ale.
Duvel
Founders Breakfast Stout
Stone Oaked Arrogant Bastard, IPA, Levitation
Bad Elf
Dog Fish Chicory Stout


So many more domestic brews. Flying Dog and Heavy Seas are okay for what they are.


SN, Troegs, and New Belgium are in my dog house right now. Not liking them too much currently.


Imported, currently, I'd suggest Stella for an easy drinking beer. If you want something off the beaten path, get Chimay. It's a little steep in price but worth it. Can't go wrong with anything really, except for Smithwick's - stuff is bad. Skullcrusher Ale is awesome if you can somehow find it.
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Old 12-12-2011, 02:47 AM   #9
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Uinta Brewing Co. Seventeeth Anniversary Barley wine ale. 10.4% kick Guinness in the fork until the Scot's cry uncle.
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New to jeeps so pretty happy to see a topic I can contribute to haha
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Old 12-12-2011, 06:40 AM   #11
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Busch Lite w/ a squirt of lime juice from a plastic lime.
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Old 12-12-2011, 07:08 AM   #12
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Breckenridge Brewery Avalanche and Vanilla Porter. Got a small Lola store to carry it but can get it at Wegmans too.
Whenever the inlaws come out I make them bring me a few cases of Tommy Knocker Maple nut. That's the best beer ever!
Also like the Samuel Adams mix packs. Saranac is OK but always seems to be skunky.
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Old 12-12-2011, 07:31 AM   #13
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Yuengling when I'm in the states, Carlsberg when I'm in the UK, and Bud light when money's tight! (ok not really but I liked the rhyme)
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Busch Lite w/ a squirt of lime juice from a plastic lime.
I like Bush light I'll have to try it with the squirt of lime
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Old 12-12-2011, 07:41 AM   #15
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Magic Hat "Howl" winter lager.
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Anything by New Glarus Brewery.
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About 10 years ago and while I was at work, someone shoved a Consumers Reports magazine under my shop door. It was the beer testing issue, and Busch Lite was picked in the blind test over all other lite beers. And for me--a 30 pack is priced just right.
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In the US I never touch the stuff. When I travel Europe or the UK, it's all I drink. I was told that US beers are pasteurized and that's why I don't like them. Other countries are more civilized and don't boil their beer before it's consumed. Leaving for London on the 4th, so January will see me drinking beers in pubs with my son.
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Old 12-12-2011, 09:54 AM   #19
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Bud - The everyday beer

Dogfish Head - Raison D'etre, 60 & 90 Minute IPA

Estrella Damm Inedit - Best beer for Seafood & Shellfish. Estrella Damm Inedit, the beer of Ferran Adrią and el Bulli team

Guinness - Before, During & After Tennis/Squash
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I prefer mine. Good ol' fashioned, unpasteurized, unfiltered, bottle aged homebrew.

Brown Ale, Belgian Dubbel, and Milk Stouts are my current favorite brews.
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Yuengling and nothing else
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Yuengling and nothing else

Im a big fan, but for some reason it is impossible to find in the Boston area.
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Stone is great. Everything they make is pretty good, personally the oaked arrogant bastard has been my favorite. It's a little pricey at around 17 bucks for a sixer, but worth it. It's excellent beer.
If you go to the brewery you can get a 2 litre growler filled your like 10 bucks depending on which beer you get
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Anything by Middle Ages Brewery. It's all brewed right here in town and I usually go to the brewery itself and get my growler filled. 6 packs and 24oz bottles are also sold in stores around so it's easily accessible. My favs of this brewery are Swallow Wit, Syracuse Pale Ale, Wizards Winter, Duke, Dragonslayer, Wailing Wench, Old Marcus, Black Heart Stout, Grail Ale, Highlander, Kilt Tilter. Just about everything they brew except their Pale Ales as I was never a big fan of them in general regardless or the brewer.

As for more large scale brews I tend to go for Yuengling/Black and Tan, Sam Adams Octoberfest/Winter Lager, Blue Moon, Shock Top, George Killians.

If I'm on a tight beer budget I will go for Pabst, Miller High Life, Busch or Genesee.

Of course I'm probably forgetting some, but those were the first to come to mind.
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A big fan also but impossible to get here(Mi). So I will stick with my High Life!
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Dirty Bastard Scottish Ale, from Founders brewery
Shiner Bock
Beck's dark
Guinness (both stout and dark lager)
Delirium Tremens, and Delirium Nocturnum Belgian Ales- (Really good, but too darned expensive)

Arrogant Bastard is good, and I've tried about everything New Glarus makes (son lives in Milwaukee) Most of those are pretty good.
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Magic Hat "Howl" winter lager.
How is magic hat? I've always wanted to try it. just never did.
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Dirty Bastard Scottish Ale, from Founders brewery
Shiner Bock
Beck's dark
Guinness (both stout and dark lager)
Delirium Tremens, and Delirium Nocturnum Belgian Ales- (Really good, but too darned expensive)

Arrogant Bastard is good, and I've tried about everything New Glarus makes (son lives in Milwaukee) Most of those are pretty good.

I like all teknoid's choices except for the Guiness, it's like 30w Motor oil - lol (no offence to those who like it)

Also: Oak Creak Amber Ale (an Arizona Micro Brew) I love a good amber ale
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Yuengling and nothing else
My favorite. All I drink at home (SC). Too bad I can't get it when I visit by parents in Indiana.
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If your visiting Indiana, try some 3Floyds, Upland or Barley Island. All really good Indiana beers.

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