Favorite Beers...

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  1. Homme

    Homme Senior member

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    Honourable mentions: Hoegaarden, Rochefort & Chimay.
     


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    +1 on Bell's (from Kalamazoo Brewing Company, just down the road)

    On a cold night by the fire, Bell's Expedition Stout is indescribably perfect.
     


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    Hard to beat Guinness. I don't mind a cheap light beer (Coors Light especially) on those hot summer days, although a G&T is ifnitnitely better.
     


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    Brad Senior member

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    I recently discovered this brewery and I love all their beers. I had their triple recently and it's awesome.

    I have a little place I go to where they have a Two Hearted waiting for me, somehow, before I walk in the door. Seriously. It is my standby.

    As a general rule, I love all of their beer, and just had a six pack of Sparkling Ale, which is what I assume you're referring to as their tripel. I like it, a lot, but it's not that impressive for a tripel. It pours a horrible head and finishes too sweet.

    There's a little dive in town here that has horrible food, but they always have a special keg of Bell's on tap. Last week was the Third Coast Old Ale. I ended up having three pints (and a couple bottles of DFH 90 minute IPA) and felt like ass for about two days. They're tapping a keg of Hopslam next. Hmmm...
     


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    Medalla in Puerto Rico. Not many places in this part of the world where you can get a beer for .75.
     


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    They may be common but I like Heinekin and Pacifico
    Heineken is usually my default beer of choice when out at a bar or restaurant. While at home I usually prefer Bitburger.

    I've also found Peroni to complement pizza perfectly.
     


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    on a hot day, corona or pacifico.

    on a cold day, guinness.
     


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    Rochefort 8, Tripel Karmeliet, La Fin du Monde, Gulden Draak ( I think I like Tripels [​IMG] )

    Oh, and Sam Adams for when I'm feeling cheap or out at a place w/ few options.
     


  11. whodini

    whodini Conan OOOOOOO"BRIEN!

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    San Miguel Beer, of course!!

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    +100. The light variety is fantastic as well.
     


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    I've forsaken the Belgian offerings and am into the IPA's now.

    So far, my favorite is the Dogfish Head 60-min. I'm gonna try some imperial 90-min tomorrow.
     


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    I've forsaken the Belgian offerings and am into the IPA's now.

    So far, my favorite is the Dogfish Head 60-min. I'm gonna try some imperial 90-min tomorrow.


    The 90 Min is a good one. The 120 Min is a friggin beast.
     


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    I shall try the 90-min, then move on and tackle the 120, if I can find it locally.
     


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