The Official Beer Thread

Discussion in 'Social Life, Food & Drink, Travel' started by DNW, Jul 20, 2007.

  1. Biggskip

    Biggskip Senior member

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    I normally drink about a six-pack or sometimes two in a week. In just the past three days, I've gone through almost two six-packs of SN Bigfoot. That is some yummy, addictive stuff.
    Hate to disagree with you, but that stuff is just too boozy for my taste.

    Have you had tried the SN wiezenbock?
     
  2. Johnny_5

    Johnny_5 Senior member

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    I will be spending my night off here

    http://beeradvocate.com/beer/profile/14359

    The brewery is literally ten minutes away from me. The bar is in the center of the brewery and there are no TVs or music blasting. They pour the beer directly from their big beer tanks into your mug and serve cheese plates with it. I am so pumped!!!
     
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    Tardek Senior member

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    James Squire pale ale (Australian microbrewery).
     
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    Blasphemy. It's a pretty good beer. Overpriced stateside, but a good beer, nonetheless.

    When all else fails, sure ill drink it.. But where i live there's allways something better available..If im going to drink a premium a heineken, grolsch or warsteiner would be more prefered..
     
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    Lowenbrau is pretty good...
    Here's a question...
    Favorite really really cheap beer? (like $15 for a thirty-rack)
    Mine would be PBR
     
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    Favorite would probably Dogfish Head 60-Minute IPA. And for inexpensive drinking, I enjoy Molson Canadian. Refreshing before a concert, Eh?
     
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    Favorite would probably Dogfish Head 60-Minute IPA. And for inexpensive drinking, I enjoy Molson Canadian. Refreshing before a concert, Eh?
    I find all of the Dogfish IPA's to be too hoppy for me. I'd also have to agree with jmn's assessment on PBR. It's a decent drinking cheap beer, even if it is the defiining symbol of hipsterism.
     
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    I love a cold bottle of Bud.
     
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    taxgenius Senior member

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    I love a cold bottle of Bud.

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    Spatlese Senior member

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    Do any Toronto area members know where I can find Delirium Tremens, preferably downtown?
     
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    lately I've been enjoying Brooklyn Local 1 a lot. [​IMG]
     
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    Mr. Argyle Well-Known Member

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    Haven't ventured much into different beers, but I'm currently enjoying Magic Hat Circus Boy.
     
  13. Johnny_5

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    Pay no attention. Just another new member posting anything anywhere possible just to get his count up, without contributing anything of value to the forum.
     
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    Do any Toronto area members know where I can find Delirium Tremens, preferably downtown?
    I hope you do -- it's as hilarious in character as name.
     
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    I suppose you mean that in a bad way....I was excited to try the bottle sitting in my fridge but I'm afraid you crushed any dreams that I had.
     

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