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post #271 of 394

I'm in no way a beer connoisseur, but I do enjoy the odd pint. Simple tastes in lager, and expensive tastes in golf equipment.

 

                                             Yuengling's Traditional Lager. Bottle or draft.

 

 

post #272 of 394

So my wife said: "Oh go on and stock it properly!"

 

What does she charge for a beer?

post #273 of 394
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Whats your beer of choice?Hopefully a microbrew...



you'll find coors or bud light n my fridge - I'm no craft beer guy

 

post #274 of 394

My favorite is Pyramid Hef... it's great anytime of year!

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post #275 of 394

I'll go ahead and suggest a geographic favorite: Fat Tire. I've been surprised to find it in more and more cities lately, but it's a great beer. Try it out if you have the chance.

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post #276 of 394

Yes, microbrew indeed. Boulevard Wheat. Boulevard Brewing Co., Kansas City, MO

post #277 of 394

Surly Bitter Brewer

 

Deschutes Obsidian Stout

 

Founders Porter

 

Bells Two Hearted

 

Odells 90 Schilling

post #278 of 394

I am a seasonal beer kind of guy,so i am drinking the Blue Moon abbey ale winter brew.One of my other favorites is Berkshire Brewing Company's  winter beer called Cabin Fever.

post #279 of 394

Christmas time means Sam Adams Winter Lager comes around. While I've had individually better experiences with beers, that one is my consistent favorite---I never come back to it and find that I can't remember why I liked it last time. It even stands up to drinking while a bit warmer than ideal.

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Originally Posted by YogiTKE View Post

Whats your beer of choice?Hopefully a microbrew...



you'll find coors or bud light n my fridge - I'm no craft beer guy

 



You should try Alley Kat beer - brewed in Edmonton, AB.*

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

* j/k - worst beer I've ever tasted.

post #281 of 394

I just tryed the berkshire brewing co holiday brew.It was a real good beer.

post #282 of 394
My favorite beer is the one I brew. I suppose I'm biased.
post #283 of 394

GUINNESS hands down.

 

If we're talking strickly micro-breweries than I would go with McAuslan, either their Cream Ale or St.Ambroise Pale Ale, nice and hoppy!

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Surly Bitter Brewer

 

Deschutes Obsidian Stout

 

Founders Porter

 

Bells Two Hearted

 

Odells 90 Schilling

What? No Rooster Lager?
 

 

post #285 of 394

Sam Adams

post #286 of 394
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Anyway, I'm good for a bit. c2_beer.gif



I want to go to there. d3_drool.gif  Great setup, man!

 

I'm glad I found this thread. At GlobalGolf, not only do we employ a lot of golf nuts, we also have a ton of beer nuts working here as well! Which is perhaps no coincidence, since we're in a very good state for both! We've even got quite a few homebrewers working here, including yours truly.

Anyhow, back on topic:

I'm glad to see Lagunitas and Bell's get some love in here. I think they make two of the best, most balanced and drinkable IPAs out there. Dogfish Head 90min is up there for me, too.

Some other personal favs include:

New Belgium Eric's Ale
New Belgium La Folie
Fuller's London Pride
Ommegang Belgian Pale Ale
Newcastle Brown Ale
Newcastle Werewolf Blood Red Ale
Highland Cold Mountain
Highland Black Mountain Bitter

Although in a pinch (or if it's free) I'm not picky at all. a3_biggrin.gif

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post #287 of 394

Favorite beer? Man. That's a tough one.

 

My favorite TYPE of beer is an IPA. A very strong, bitter, hoppy IPA. For the winter months, though, I like to turn to Porters and Stouts, and generally heavy beers. 

 

My favorite brewery for a very long time was Dogfish Head. I absolutely love their beer, and have never had one I didn't like, but they stopped shipping to Tennessee. The Dogfish 60 minute IPA was my standby, and the 90 minute IPA is still one of the best beers I've ever had. 

 

My new favorite brewery is Stone Brewing. Their Stone IPA is one of the better typical strength IPAs. Their Ruination IPA is a great stronger IPA, akin to the 90 minute IPA. The Sublimely Self Righteous Ale is another great one from them. 

 

post #288 of 394

What's my favorite beer? The one I'm drinking.

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