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07-06-2013 02:49 PM
Monjo West Sixth IPA made in Lexington, ky.
07-05-2013 08:49 AM
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My favorite beer.
07-05-2013 08:47 AM
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Mmm, Dessert beer!!!
07-05-2013 08:45 AM
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Anyone ever try this stuff???
07-05-2013 05:39 AM
Jake_84 while you cant go wrong with a guinness, I started drinking some IPA's and Strong ales to keep keep freeloaders from grabbing my brew when im jamming with the band.(Play in a metal group called Returning Hate) as it would turn out, not too many folks like complex angry ales hahaha. Ive become really partial to Stone Brewerys Sublimely self righteous. Its like a mix of arrogant bastard and shiner bock with some stout maltiness...like a guiness extra stout with the bastard hop kick. Delirium nocturnum is pretty damn good too. and optimator dopplebock...goes great with chesters burgers and fries.
11-04-2008 04:39 PM
stevens243 "rotting corpse anus" is my favorite band AND my favorite Thursday night white plate special down at the ol' diner.

QUIT HATIN'!!

11-04-2008 03:38 PM
activelydying Iron City anyone????
11-04-2008 03:31 PM
jgano23 ok, so i picked up a 6 pack of the land shark stuff last night and my friend picked up a 6 pack of "smutty house pumpkin ale". the land shark beer is by far the best beer i've ever had. its my new fav. the pumpkin ale however, was by far the worst beer in the entire universe. i have never tasted a rotting corpse anus before, but if i had to envision what that would taste like, pumpkin ale would be it.
11-03-2008 07:10 PM
h8nagn I drink many different types of beer, prefer stouts and porters but will drink lagers and on occasion a wheat beer.

I picked up a "variety" pack of Tommyknockers yesterday and only made it thru about 4 of them. Very bitter beers, all 4 types. Beer of choice is something I cannot get here in Maryland called Moose Drool.

CORONA- not much I can say except no beer should be in a clear bottle (even green bottles for that matter). Beers are bottled in dark glass to keep out the UV rays, which actually "spoils" the beer. So if the bottle isn't brown then don't pass it my way.
11-03-2008 05:01 PM
4point
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BTW, corona ice cold from the cooler on a hot NC beach with a steady onshore breeze....who he hell cares about a lime
I'm with ya tarheel! Except for the hot NC night thing.............and the on shore breeze thing............................and I prefer the lightly salted lime.
11-03-2008 04:55 PM
tarheel First it was not having any mods, then Scout brings up the Friends on the forum thing, and now I am a wuss because I like Corona and Landshark. You guys really know how to make a guy feel low.....

BTW, corona ice cold from the cooler on a hot NC beach with a steady onshore breeze....who he hell cares about a lime
11-03-2008 04:38 PM
whitebuffalo
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Would that be the flying saucer in Little Rock? Great Place!!!!
it was in san antonio, but i think its a chain....dallas had one prior if im not mistaken. before i got married, every glass i owned in my kitchen was a pint glass from there
11-03-2008 03:42 PM
ccain
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alright, you guys got me wanting some of this landshark stuff. do you know how much a six pack is? i wanna get one on my way home, but i dont want to stop if i dont have enough $$.
It's about $7 for a six pack here in Cali...
11-03-2008 03:18 PM
jgano23 alright, you guys got me wanting some of this landshark stuff. do you know how much a six pack is? i wanna get one on my way home, but i dont want to stop if i dont have enough $$.
11-03-2008 03:05 PM
Coyote_94YJ
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HAHAHAHAHAH...


GUINNESS for President '08
I second that motion.


It's like that feeling you get when climbing the flagpole, only in your mouth.
11-03-2008 02:33 PM
ccain
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Originally Posted by whitebuffalo View Post
{shudder} i had some kind of that at the flying saucer one time....
Would that be the flying saucer in Little Rock? Great Place!!!!

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Originally Posted by kg4kpg View Post
My favorite. To me it's a little like Corona but without the need for lime.
Yup... Like I said... Clear bottle-no skunk! How do they do it? I just wish I could find it in a case and not just a 6 pack.
11-03-2008 02:28 PM
kg4kpg
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....



Land Shark...

The ONLY beer I've had from a clear bottle that wasn't skunky! Not as light as Corona but lighter than Dos Equis. Like Pacifico it has lots of carbonation and a thin head. A bit citrusy but not as hoppy as I'd like to taste. But good over all. Beats the $shit outta Coors and Bud IMO.

That's about all for now... But stay tuned for more!
My favorite. To me it's a little like Corona but without the need for lime.
11-03-2008 01:18 PM
4point
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{shudder} i had some kind of that at the flying saucer one time....the best way i could describe the flavor was that is was not unlike diesel fuel mixed with grass clippings......

............with that dried up white dog turd you ran over with the lawn mower.
11-03-2008 12:58 PM
whitebuffalo
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Heffe Weissen was one of my favorites.
{shudder} i had some kind of that at the flying saucer one time....the best way i could describe the flavor was that is was not unlike diesel fuel mixed with grass clippings......
11-03-2008 12:17 PM
jjseel
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Heffe Weissen was one of my favorites..
11-03-2008 12:14 PM
MOz A few years ago, I was on extended business in the black forrest region and then went onto Bavaria for a couple of months. I drank their locally made beer every chance I had. I tried just about anything they made. Each little town has it's own brewery and hardly any of them export. Heffe Weissen was one of my favorites.

Don't get me wrong, I like Guiness, it's better than Bud.
11-03-2008 12:08 PM
jgano23
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I agree that the Germans make some fine "Bier"... But they didn't corner the market on it. The oldest known beer recipe was discovered When Archaeologists found a 4,000-year-old Mesopotamian clay tablet in Iraq. There are also ancient Chinese writings that tell how to brew beer. Most likely, through trade and what not, these recipes made their way around the globe. Folks like the Germans, Belgians, Irish and English all took the basic recipes and made them their own by adding or subtracting and experimenting until they had a brew that was distinct. American beers are the remnants of beer recipes that immigrants brought to the "New World".

I'm NOT trying to argue... I have my favorites and my dislikes. That's the beautiful thing about beer... There's something for everyone.

Moz, could you give us a little insight on your favorite German Brews?
very well put. that kinda sums up beer, wouldn't ya say?
11-03-2008 11:58 AM
ccain
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As I have previously stated...the Germans define the word (BIER) and the world just makes a bad copy of it...(BEER).... Even the translation of the word is wrong.

However, a Corona on a hot beach is not bad either.
I agree that the Germans make some fine "Bier"... But they didn't corner the market on it. The oldest known beer recipe was discovered When Archaeologists found a 4,000-year-old Mesopotamian clay tablet in Iraq. There are also ancient Chinese writings that tell how to brew beer. Most likely, through trade and what not, these recipes made their way around the globe. Folks like the Germans, Belgians, Irish and English all took the basic recipes and made them their own by adding or subtracting and experimenting until they had a brew that was distinct. American beers are the remnants of beer recipes that immigrants brought to the "New World".

I'm NOT trying to argue... I have my favorites and my dislikes. That's the beautiful thing about beer... There's something for everyone.

Moz, could you give us a little insight on your favorite German Brews?
11-03-2008 11:47 AM
jgano23 when you drink a shit beer it makes you appreciate the good beers.
11-03-2008 11:36 AM
MOz
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Kirin Ichiban...

I don't know too much about this one. Honestly, I picked because I liked the label. The history on the bottle speaks of a mythical creature, half deer, half dragon... It was in the cooler, available in a single which was 22oz. So, I bought it, took it home and opened it in hopes that I would be magically whisked away to the far east to romp through the lotus gardens with a retarded deer dragon.

Boy, was I let down! I guess I was just deceived by the promise made by label artist and the fantastic tale written therein.
It's billed as a "first press" malt... But me thinks this is just said to sell beer. I've enjoyed a lot of beers from the far east, but this isn't one of them.
It tastes like Budweiser pure and simple. And, upon closer inspection of the label it reads: Brewed under the strict supervision by the brewmaster of Anheuser-Busch, Los Angeles, California $hit, I coulda just bought a Bud and saved the extra 59 cents!
Somene has to drink shit beer once in a while...
11-03-2008 11:33 AM
ccain

Kirin Ichiban...

I don't know too much about this one. Honestly, I picked because I liked the label. The history on the bottle speaks of a mythical creature, half deer, half dragon... It was in the cooler, available in a single which was 22oz. So, I bought it, took it home and opened it in hopes that I would be magically whisked away to the far east to romp through the lotus gardens with a retarded deer dragon.

Boy, was I let down! I guess I was just deceived by the promise made by label artist and the fantastic tale written therein.
It's billed as a "first press" malt... But me thinks this is just said to sell beer. I've enjoyed a lot of beers from the far east, but this isn't one of them.
It tastes like Budweiser pure and simple. And, upon closer inspection of the label it reads: Brewed under the strict supervision by the brewmaster of Anheuser-Busch, Los Angeles, California $hit, I coulda just bought a Bud and saved the extra 59 cents!
11-03-2008 11:32 AM
MOz As I have previously stated...the Germans define the word (BIER) and the world just makes a bad copy of it...(BEER).... Even the translation of the word is wrong.

However, a Corona on a hot beach is not bad either.
11-03-2008 11:15 AM
ccain
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Wow! we sure have a lot of Beer Snobs here. This thread almost reads like a political rant.
HAHAHAHAHAH...


GUINNESS for President '08
11-03-2008 10:10 AM
4point Wow! we sure have a lot of Beer Snobs here. This thread almost reads like a political rant.
11-03-2008 09:10 AM
jeeps&comics the dogfish head IPA's are good. like the 60, 90 and 120 minutes... those are delicious. a real man's beer!
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