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post #46 of 6968
I would add any Chouffe to the list, Hefeweissbier Dunkel if you can find it on tap (The Saloon in DC is a good place), and Saison Dupont with food. Tarmac, great choice with the Aventinus--incredible beer. Same with the Spaten and the Sam Smith stout for that matter. EDIT: Goose Island makes great beer for their price. And the Reserves are also worth looking into--the Bourbon County Stout is one of the best and strangest "beers" I've ever had.
post #47 of 6968
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Originally Posted by whodini View Post
Ha. I only drink it on tap if they serve it in the correct octagonal glass...which pretty much narrows it to the one place I know.

when in Atlanta, I carry my own octoganal glass with me, and only speak flemish to the waiter.

post #48 of 6968
I really like Anchor Steam's barley wine, Old Foghorn.

Old Peculier used to one of my favorites, although I have not had it in quite some time.
post #49 of 6968
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Originally Posted by Gaius Pompeius Trimalchio View Post
I would add any Chouffe to the list, Hefeweissbier Dunkel if you can find it on tap (The Saloon in DC is a good place), and Saison Dupont with food.

Tarmac, great choice with the Aventinus--incredible beer. Same with the Spaten and the Sam Smith stout for that matter.

EDIT: Goose Island makes great beer for their price. And the Reserves are also worth looking into--the Bourbon County Stout is one of the best and strangest "beers" I've ever had.

I would recommend Crazy Horse to you sir - I think you would enjoy it.
post #50 of 6968
[quote=Gaius Pompeius Trimalchio;604720]I would add any Chouffe to the list, Hefeweissbier Dunkel if you can find it on tap (The Saloon in DC is a good place), and Saison Dupont with food.QUOTE]

I agree with the Chouffe recommendation, especially on tap if you can get N'ice Chouffe or Mchouffe. The only exception is Houblon Chouffe which I detest.

Vive la Chouffe!
post #51 of 6968
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Originally Posted by odoreater View Post
My regular beer:


+1
post #52 of 6968
Is whatever is cheapest and lightest the wrong answer?
post #53 of 6968
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Originally Posted by visionology View Post
Is whatever is cheapest and lightest the wrong answer?

Half-credit.
post #54 of 6968
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Originally Posted by visionology View Post
Is whatever is cheapest and lightest the wrong answer?

Not if you drink it out of an octagonal glass.
post #55 of 6968
haha I do so I'll take my half-credit.
post #56 of 6968
Probably one I've never tasted. But Unibroue's lineup comes pretty damn close to experiencing Beervana. Last time I was in the US, I almost went mental with the variety of regional microbrews you guys have and the low prices.
post #57 of 6968
Toss up between Bass and Newcastle.
post #58 of 6968
People are going off-topic. *Nothing fancy, strange, hard-to-find*
post #59 of 6968
I like Sapporo, bang for the buck in the giant bottle. If you go to Puerto Rico, make sure to get some Medalla, the Coors Light of PR.
post #60 of 6968
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Originally Posted by romafan View Post
People are going off-topic. *Nothing fancy, strange, hard-to-find*

These beer threads always turn into a contest of who can name the most exotic, never heard of, "this guy must really know what he's talking about" beers out there.
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