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The Official Beer Thread

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

  1. brochalynn

    brochalynn New Member

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    Leffe Blonde, hands down. Great beer.


    leffe is delicious.

    lately i've been a fan of troeg's troegenator & almost anything from voodoo brewing or victory. yuengling is always my fall back as it's served everywhere here.
     


  2. crazyquik

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    Natural Light.

    It's a smooth pilsner with all-natural ingredients. It says so on the can.
     


  3. Johnny_5

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    Anyone here buy beer online? How have your experiences been?
     


  4. ama

    ama Distinguished Member

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    Anyone here buy beer online? How have your experiences been?

    I have, but only for really special stuff. It is very expensive to ship a six pack. Something like Tactical Nuclear Penguin would be a good candidate for shipping.
     


  5. jml90

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    This was my favourite beer for a about a year. I drank so damn much of it, haven't had it in a few months, sadly. Need to cop a sixer.

    Fave is Orval, #2 is Victory Storm King.


    I like the Terrible from Unibroue the best.

    If you ever have the chance to go to the victory brewery. DO IT!

    If you like Storm King they have a mix there of the Stork King and Golden Monkey called Silverback. Phenomenal
     


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    I like the Terrible from Unibroue the best. If you ever have the chance to go to the victory brewery. DO IT! If you like Storm King they have a mix there of the Stork King and Golden Monkey called Silverback. Phenomenal
    Actually, I'm planning on going to the Victory brewery this summer [​IMG] Along with Dogfish Head and Weyerbacher. Silverback sounds super interesting ! My parents live in Pennsylvania.
     


  7. deem

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    I'd have to go with Iron City (made in Pittsburgh), but if that doesn't count then my favorite is Yuengling.
     


  8. jml90

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    Actually, I'm planning on going to the Victory brewery this summer [​IMG] Along with Dogfish Head and Weyerbacher. Silverback sounds super interesting !

    My parents live in Pennsylvania.


    As do I. Silverback is super interesting. You should see Troegs while you're there too.
     


  9. allure

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    Heineken used to be my beer of choice, but now I tend to reach for:

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    A fantastic beer.
     


  10. gdl203

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  11. rach2jlc

    rach2jlc Prof. Fabulous Dubiously Honored

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    Bell's Two Hearted and seasonal HopSlam are fantastic. HopSlam demands a glass, as well. Harpoon Leviathan and Dogfish Head 90min. are also up there these days.
    +1 on the Bell's Two-hearted and the Dogfish Head 90min IPA. The 60 minute is good, too. I've heard that they have a 120 minute one, now. But, srsly, who needs more than 90 minutes? [​IMG] Lately I've also been enjoying Rogue Dead Guy Ale. In fact, I think I'll have one with my lunch... Gdl, I have very fond memories of Yebisu. When I first moved to Japan, friends and I would go on "kyuryoubi (payday)" and use that as the chance to skip Kirin Ichiban and splurge on the Yebisu.
     


  12. Nouveau Pauvre

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    My buddy got my really in to Asahi tall boys recently. Quickly becoming my favorite easily-available beer.
     


  13. rach2jlc

    rach2jlc Prof. Fabulous Dubiously Honored

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    My buddy got my really in to Asahi tall boys recently. Quickly becoming my favorite easily-available beer.

    Is this the sloppy man kiss buddy, or a different one? [​IMG]
     


  14. *Tee*

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  15. Nouveau Pauvre

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    Is this the sloppy man kiss buddy, or a different one? [​IMG]

    This is the buddy who took me to the happy hour where said kiss went down.
     


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