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post #235 of 394
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Currently having a love affair with Wisconsin beers

New Glarus Fat Squirrel, Leinenkugel red lager or creamy dark for dinners/ single beer for the evening.

 

Leinenkugel original for everything else: working in the garage, cutting grass, fishing, etc...

 

Since I live in Mississippi right now and can't get any of this local, once I run out of my mass stock of original I usually supplement with coors light until I can make another summer vacation run back up to WI.



Stop in Indiana... you can get it at any big grocery store.  Play golf a few days, drink the Leinies, re-stock, and drive home.

 

Have you had the Leinies - Summer Shandy?

 

post #236 of 394

Not yet but I'll make sure I try it next week when I get to Hayward, you're the third person to ask if I've had it so I'm assuming its definitely worth a try.  The worst part is that you can find their Berry and Honey Weiss (My least favorite Leinie's) in a few grocery stores here  but they won't stock anything else. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

edit* changed honey wheat to honey weiss 

post #237 of 394

Guiness.

post #238 of 394

Defiant - Local Brew

Dog Fish Head

post #239 of 394

Dog Fish Head make the Apricot Pale Ale iirc.

 


It was fantastic.

 

 

re: the Leinie's Summer Shandy.  It packs a bit of a lemon whallop.  Not overt or over the top, but it is part of the label and the packaging for a reason.  That said, it's rather mainstream and very drinkable to me.  If' you're a Coors Lite guy, and a Miller Low Life draft is a big reach, forget it.

 

But then you would not be this deep into this thread then would you?

post #240 of 394

George Killian's Irish Red. Can drink two with a steak or 12 during a Panthers' game...

 

Good all around beer, IMO. Not the best lager out there, but one of my favorite's.

post #241 of 394

Blue Moon Summer Honey Wheat

post #242 of 394

Ommegang Abbey Ale is what I've been pulling recently.  Have always liked Blue Moon and I'll get a Black and Blue once in a while at the bar.

post #243 of 394
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re: the Leinie's Summer Shandy.  It packs a bit of a lemon whallop.  Not overt or over the top, but it is part of the label and the packaging for a reason.  That said, it's rather mainstream and very drinkable to me.  If' you're a Coors Lite guy, and a Miller Low Life draft is a big reach, forget it.

 

But then you would not be this deep into this thread then would you?

nope I sure wouldn't. I will be stretched out on a dock in northern wisconsin this coming friday, hopefully consuming my first summer shandy.  If it's not to my tastes then i'll cross it off the list and then break out a leinie red.
 

 

post #244 of 394
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Originally Posted by Bryan SD2 View Post

Dog Fish Head make the Apricot Pale Ale iirc.

 


It was fantastic.

 

 

re: the Leinie's Summer Shandy.  It packs a bit of a lemon whallop.  Not overt or over the top, but it is part of the label and the packaging for a reason.  That said, it's rather mainstream and very drinkable to me.  If' you're a Coors Lite guy, and a Miller Low Life draft is a big reach, forget it.

 

But then you would not be this deep into this thread then would you?

DFH Aprihops was awesome stuff, I like it better then 90 minute honestly.  They should just brew that one year round!
 

 

post #245 of 394

Shameless self-promotion a1_smile.gif

 

http://thesandtrap.com/groups/show/30/beer-snobs

 

For the record, almost anything by New Glarus gets my vote.

post #246 of 394

Budvar dark lager (tap)

Budvar lager (tap)

VB (bottle)

Asahi Super Dry (bottle)

Kirin Classic (bottle)

Hitachino Nest Beer XH (bottle)

Hitachino Nest Beer White Ale (bottle)

post #247 of 394

Kalik Gold (Bahamas)

post #248 of 394

For those of you who are midwesterners.... a few buddies of mine run this site, blog often and have ears to the ground all over the midwest re: good craft beer.   They have man subscribers from around the country.

 

 http://hoosierbeergeek.blogspot.com/

post #249 of 394

An ice cold Bud Light.

post #250 of 394

My new favorite (for right now) - Blue Point Summer Ale

 

Deeeeeeeeeeelish

post #251 of 394

Kentucky Bourbon Barrel Ale is oh so tasty......

 

http://www.kentuckyale.com/beer/Pages/KentuckyBourbonBarrelAle.aspx

post #252 of 394

Lagunitas CENSORED or anything Lagunitas really esp their seasonals like the Undercover Investigation Shutdown ale.  Oh man is it tasty.

IMG_0877.JPGLagunitas%20Undercover%20Investigation_0.jpg

 

 

 

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