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La Fin Du Monde, Asahi Super Dry, and Pabst Blue Ribbon probably encompass the entirety of what I've had in the past year or so.
post #122 of 7518
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Originally Posted by Brian278 View Post
I think true beer aficianados (read: snobs) move past Guiness eventually, save for bars where they can't get anything else. Once I had the more intense, complex stouts out there Guiness tasted watered down by comparison.
+1 It's surprising just how easy-drinking Guiness is compared to other stouts. It's like the lager of stouts.
post #123 of 7518
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Originally Posted by Tokyo Slim View Post
La Fin Du Monde...

La Fin du Monde is one of the best tripels brewed on this continent.
post #124 of 7518
Point Amber Beer.



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La Fin du Monde is one of the best tripels brewed on this continent.

Agreed.
post #126 of 7518
Admittedly, Fosters was a lot better back in the day and I haven't drank the stuff lately.
post #127 of 7518
Speaking of cheap go-to beers, has anyone had this?
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post #130 of 7518
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Originally Posted by DarkNWorn View Post
+1. It doesn't matter if you drink Pissfeweizen or Suckmyasskaner, your beer deserves a special place in your heart and belly. This thread was inspired by a cold Heinie I had in the wee hour of the night. For Pete's sake, it could've been Natural Light Ice and I still would've posted. So drink up, what ever Shitheffenbockenass beer that you like.


My beer may be shitty, but at least there's always plenty for friends:



post #131 of 7518
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I think Dogfish Head has an incredibly varied and consistently good range of beers. There probably my favorite brewery simply for 2 or 3 beers of there's that I drink regularly (including the 90-minute which is favorite of any) and all the crazy ass limited edition stuff they do. There $8-12 high alcohol stuff like Raison d'extra, 120-minute IPA, and World Wide Stout are all excellent and unlike any beer that 95% of the beer drinking population have ever tried. I highly recommend giving one a whirl, at least for the experience of drinking a 120-minute like a normal beer and having it hit you like you just drank four.

I agree, I think Dogfish Head is one of the best breweries in the US. I am drinking a Raison D'Etre right as we speak. All of their beers is solid. That said, I like Bell's quality and selection little more.
post #132 of 7518
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Originally Posted by odoreater View Post
My beer may be shitty, but at least there's always plenty for friends:

That's all that counts.

Does anyone drink this out of Hammond, IN?

post #133 of 7518
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So, I had the Dogfish Head 90 tonight. It was nice. However, the Rochefort Trappiste 10 was absolutely lovely. These beers, and Neapolitan pizza, heaven!
post #134 of 7518
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Not something fancy and hard to get, but something that you enjoy on a regular basis. Since I can't get Guiness at home, Heineken is my favorite daily cold beverage. My fridge is almost always stocked with Heinies.

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So, I had the Dogfish Head 90 tonight. It was nice. However, the Rochefort Trappiste 10 was absolutely lovely. These beers, and Neapolitan pizza, heaven!

post #135 of 7518
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Originally Posted by dirk diggler View Post
I went to high school and played HS football with the guy who started this brewery. He was always getting drunk then so I was glad to see he followed his life's passion so to speak

LOL. that is so funny
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