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Originally Posted by bdeuce22 View Post
lets vow not to get this off the first page. some holiday brews. New Glarus Moon Man - very drinkable pale ale. lots of citrus with a refreshing finish. could drink a bunch of these in a night. Pliny the Elder - another pale ale that is well balanced. again, lots of citrus notes with a smooth finish. not sure if it warrants all the hype beer nerds give this, because it is JUST beer, but it is damn good.
Both sound right up my alley. Sadly Pliny looks like it has very limited distribution. Not sure about New Glarus.
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Originally Posted by ama View Post
This showed up out of nowhere at my liquor store on Friday. It didn't stay there long though.
What the hell is it? Did you get to make 3 wishes?
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What the hell is it? Did you get to make 3 wishes?

LE Sam Adams
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Currently, the Sierra Nevada 30th Anniversary is my fav.
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All-time favorite (sometimes hard to find) Cantillon gueuze More readily available and locally brewed Brewer's Art Resurrection Social drinking with buddies at the lake, track, hiking, etc... Oscar Blues Dale's Pale Ale
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It depends on mood but these are my favs:

Two Brother's Ebel's Weiss
Hoegaarden
Goose Island Matilda
Leffe Blonde
Guinness (when in UK, extra cold)
Boddington's
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I've never liked beer ... and believe me ... I've tried and tried.
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You're crazy!
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Originally Posted by Parker View Post
You're crazy!

Really? I've never liked beer either...
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Originally Posted by Parker View Post
You're crazy!
I think many people -- including my family -- will agree with you ... but for other reasons.

There are beers I'll drink. There are even times a cold beer is the only drink that will do ... for example at a Louisiana shrimp boil (pre BP, of course) on a hot September afternoon ... set on a picnick table at the edge of the Tangipahoa River under the shade of oak. It also works at a Texas BBQ. At these times a cold beer is all that will quench a thirst.

There was this one occasion ... at the Montana Brewing Company in Billings ... I found a beer very easy to drink ... even in the cold of winter. Of course, I can't fly to Billings every time I want a beer.
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I used to dislike beer, but then again, that's because I just had average swill. Quality beers are every bit as good as wine or other spirits.
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well I've started on my beer scale back for the next 2 months.... I'm sticking to only PBR.
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Winter is my favorite season for beer. Tons of delicious stouts, RIS, and porters (my favorite styles) released for seasonals. These have been what frequent my beer fridge lately.
(Sorry about the different sizes)




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Delirium Tremens Drake's Denogginizer Lagunitas Brown Sugga ...all go down so eaaaaaaaaaasy
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I've never liked beer ... and believe me ... I've tried and tried.

me too. people think im strange
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Light: Sam Adams (I've never had a better light beer, although it tips the scales at around 130 calories, I think, so it's pushing it) "Different Crafted": 2007 Fluxus made with Yarrow Root IPA: Bell's Two Hearted Ale Session Beer: Guinness Belgian Triple: Westmalle Tripel
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