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post #166 of 7785
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Oh sorry, I think I meant Widmers. Pyramid is quite good actually.

Plus, you can't hate on Seattle beer!
post #167 of 7785
Beck's - I grew up on that stuff as it's from my hometown (all the fond memories...)
Maisel's Weisse for Wheatbeer; their Kristallweizen is great as well
Jever Dark or Flensburger Pilsner for bitter beers
Schwaben Bräu Meister Pils from Stuttgart is another good beer I can think of right now.
Then again there are so many good regional microbrews out there.


Sam Adams sucks... had some for something like 5 Euros a bottle and had to gulp it down in one big sip as I couldn't stand the taste yet didn't want to have thrown that money out of the window... Plus, the bottle is flimsy and feels like plastic.
post #168 of 7785
i got the sam adams summer pack case thing recently very impressed with the sam adams light, the hefe and some of the others in there.
post #169 of 7785
Don't quite have a favorite beer......My taste is always changing.....Right now here are a few that are in my top rotation:

1. Duvel Belgium Ale
2. Dog Fish Head IPA
3. Stella Artios
4. Hocus Pocus Summer Ale
post #170 of 7785
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Originally Posted by sryder26 View Post
Don't quite have a favorite beer......My taste is always changing.....Right now here are a few that are in my top rotation:

1. Duvel Belgium Ale
2. Dog Fish Head IPA
3. Stella Artios
4. Hocus Pocus Summer Ale

Sweet, you make your first post on a clothing forum about beer. That's awesome. Welcome aboard.
post #171 of 7785
I don't get the attraction to beer, I think it tastes like....beer, and that I do not think tastes good. Don't even get me started on liquor I'd rather drink NyQuil
post #172 of 7785
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Does anyone drink this out of Hammond, IN?




I've had a few hundred pints; I guess it's OK. Three Floyds has a very small Midwest footprint though I here they're expanding, as Bell's has in recent years.

My favorite beer with a national footprint would be Sierra Nevada Pale Ale but given my druthers I'd choose from dozens of regional micros before SNPA.
post #173 of 7785
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I've had a few hundred pints; I guess it's OK. Three Floyds has a very small Midwest footprint though I here they're expanding, as Bell's has in recent years.

My favorite beer with a national footprint would be Sierra Nevada Pale Ale but given my druthers I'd choose from dozens of regional micros before SNPA.

Luckily for us, we live within Three Floyd's/Bell's distribution area. I'd bet you guys in Chicago can get Three Floyd's on tap with regularity. In Northern Ohio, TF on tap is unheard of. Oh well, it's Robert the Bruce, Alpha King, and Dreadnaught out of the bottle for now.
Have you ever made it to Kalamazoo for Eccentric Day, Tomasso?
post #174 of 7785
Another vote for Sierra Nevada pale Ale.
post #175 of 7785
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I don't get the attraction to beer, I think it tastes like....beer, and that I do not think tastes good. Don't even get me started on liquor I'd rather drink NyQuil
I've often told people that beer is geniunely an acquried taste, like big-busted women or lazy Saturday afternoons.
post #176 of 7785
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I've often told people that beer is geniunely an acquried taste, like big-busted women or lazy Saturday afternoons.

Are big-busted women an acquired taste? I'd have said it was the other way around.
post #177 of 7785
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Are big-busted women an acquired taste? I'd have said it was the other way around.
I think that's his point.
post #178 of 7785
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I think that's his point.

I think you're right. Sarcasm is lost on me today, brain too tired to digest.
post #179 of 7785
I usually fall back on either Newcastle or Sierra Nevada Pale Ale.

To those who have mentioned Asahi, is it just me, or does the Asahi available in the U.S. (brewed in Canada, I think?) taste nothing like the Asahi sold in Japan? I used to drink it a lot while in Tokyo, but don't really care for it now; I don't know if it really doesn't taste the same, or if I just got used to the taste in Japan.
post #180 of 7785
Current favorite is Stone Imperial Russian Stout. Also a big fan of their Ruination IPA.
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