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post #1531 of 7786
My favorite beer, hands down, is Hoegaarden.
post #1532 of 7786
hmm maybe Castle Lager from South Africa or freshly brewed Heineken in Amsterdam (domestic Heineken is shit in comparison)
post #1533 of 7786
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Originally Posted by Johnny_5 View Post
Just got a couple of Unibroue 4-packs. Don de Dieu and La Fin Du Monde.

Do you think $14 is a good price for one of those 4-packs? They sell them at a grocery store on the east side for that price.

Morton Williams on 2nd ave and 46th street (or maybe 47th)
post #1534 of 7786
That's a good question, but I guess that depends on the who is drinking the beer. In my opinion, yes. I paid $13 for La Fin du Monde and $10 for Don de Dieu. The 750ml bottles are about $8 and 25 ounces, whereas the 4 pack is $13 and 48 ounces, so if you compare 750 vs 4 pack you are getting more for your money.
post #1535 of 7786
One of my favorites now is Sweetgrass APA from Grand Teton.
post #1536 of 7786
My new favorite beer is this one called Bush and it comes inside a can to boot! Who ever thought of putting beer inside of a can? Pure genius!
post #1537 of 7786
Life is too short to have a favorite beer.

Just finished a Barfly IPA, made in Noblesville, Indiana. Superb.
post #1538 of 7786
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Originally Posted by JSC4President View Post
Do you think $14 is a good price for one of those 4-packs? They sell them at a grocery store on the east side for that price.

Morton Williams on 2nd ave and 46th street (or maybe 47th)

If you like Unibroue and have TRader Joes in your area, their Holiday beer is made by Unibroue and a 750ml bottle is $4.99
post #1539 of 7786
xpost since this is the unofficial official beer thread

post #1540 of 7786
Drinking Dogfishhead Palo Santo Marron. It's a brown ale aged in Palo Santo casks. It's good, suprisingly mild for a 12% beer.
post #1541 of 7786
Been drinking a lot of Brooklyn Black Chocolate Stout, Fullers Vintage Ale, St. Ambroise Vintage Ale and Dieu du Ciel Solstice d'Hiver these days. Yes, I spoil myself.
post #1542 of 7786
Just had my first commercial infected beer. Foam shot out of the neck and when i took a taste it tasted like batteries. Sad, especially since i paid about $6 for that beer.
post #1543 of 7786
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Originally Posted by texas_jack View Post
Drinking Dogfishhead Palo Santo Marron. It's a brown ale aged in Palo Santo casks. It's good, suprisingly mild for a 12% beer.

This one sounds good, I'll look for it

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I like the bitterness and the spice with the citrus (tastes like grapefruit, maybe) on the finish
post #1544 of 7786
Half Acre Double Daisy Cutter and Packers/Eagles...
post #1545 of 7786
Guinness... or whatever they're serving at wherever I happen to be in Prague.
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