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post #307 of 394

It's hard for me to not get a Leinenkugel's (esp. the Creamy Dark)... too much pride in the Badger State and Chippewa Valley.

 

That said, one of the best I've had lately is the Rogue Shakespeare Stout.

I used to prefer ales, but now there's nothing better than a good, dark beer.

post #308 of 394

 

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Originally Posted by dustin88thewind View Post

It's hard for me to not get a Leinenkugel's (esp. the Creamy Dark)... too much pride in the Badger State and Chippewa Valley.


+1 on the Leinenkugel's. Just tried the Creamy Dark lager this week, quite good. My only beef is that they're in twist-off tops, so I can't reuse the bottles for my own nefarious purposes. Guess I have to stick with Goose Island for a while (the Honkers Ale and Mild Winter are both worth looking up).

post #309 of 394

Being in Kansas City, I'm partial to the Boulevard Smokestack series. They partnered up with Christopher Elbow (KC chocolate maker) to make a Chocolate Stout last year that was incredible. Aside from that, I really enjoy La Fin Du Monde...might be one of my all time favorites. It's rated pretty high on Beer Advocate which is the reason I was inspired to try it in the first place. In generally I'm not into anything too terribly hoppy and tend to go for the more stout beers but I'll try anything once. We have a local microbrew fest here every spring (The Parkville MicroBrew Fest) so if there are any local people on this board who haven't been, definitely check that out.

post #310 of 394

Favorite Specialty Beer: Boonville Summer Soltice, Anderson Valley Brewing Company in California

Favorite Beer on Draft: Yuengling Beer, Finally got to Ohio

Favorite Beer not from Draft: Great Lakes Dortmunder Gold

 

 

post #311 of 394

In the US

 

Coors and Coors light - maybe Terminal Gravity

 

In Australia

 

James Boags Premium or Crown

 

 

post #312 of 394

This weekend I had a few Keegans Ale Mothers Milk. It was recommended by the waiter at the BBQ place we were eating at in Newburgh NY. He said it was brewed right over in Kingston NY. It's a creamy milk stout. I normally wouldn't order a stout but he guaranteed I'd like it. It turned out to be one of the best beers I ever tasted, I only hope I'm able to find it in NYC. Anyone else ever have it, what did you think?

post #313 of 394

Living part time in the Cleveland area I've gotten to like the Great Lakes brews.  Gotten especially partial to their Conway's Irish Ale - unfortunately it is a seasonal (for St. Patty's day) so I'm nursing my remaining stock.

 

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Originally Posted by saevel25 View Post

Favorite Specialty Beer: Boonville Summer Soltice, Anderson Valley Brewing Company in California

Favorite Beer on Draft: Yuengling Beer, Finally got to Ohio

Favorite Beer not from Draft: Great Lakes Dortmunder Gold

 

 



 

post #314 of 394

Allagash White, Purple Haze, and anything from Brooklyn Brewery are my favorites. 

post #315 of 394

Don't have time to choose from all of the tuitty fruitty microbrews.....just give me a cold Yeungling draft and I'll be just fine.

post #316 of 394

Spitfire

Wainwright

Nest Beers by Kiuchi brewery

Kirin Classic

post #317 of 394

Sierra Nevada

 

I haven't had a beer by them that I didn't enjoy

post #318 of 394

Dogfish Head Indian Brown Ale

post #319 of 394

It is summer and my mainstream beer of choice right now is Stella Artois or Blue Moon but if I have time at home I love Allagash Four brew. It only comes in quart size with a cork. I am sure it is on tap in Portland somewhere. 10% alc so you do not need much.

 

http://www.allagash.com/beer/year-round/four

 

My girlfriend loves the Curieux, if you like the Bourbon hint
 

post #320 of 394

Most of the time it is Bud Light, but since it is already in the 90's I have been enjoying Shiner Ruby Red. Good stuff, really refreshing. They have a tendency to go down too fast and often though

post #321 of 394

*Newsflash*----------Schlitz (yes, Schlitz) has re-issued its 1960s formula, and guess what? It rocks! It's nowhere near the realm of Pabst and Schaeffer anymore. It tastes more along the lines of a malty dry hopped micro brew. And it's only $5/six pack here in Jersey. Check it out!

post #322 of 394
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*Newsflash*----------Schlitz (yes, Schlitz) has re-issued its 1960s formula, and guess what? It rocks! It's nowhere near the realm of Pabst and Schaeffer anymore. It tastes more along the lines of a malty dry hopped micro brew. And it's only $5/six pack here in Jersey. Check it out!


Just saw some ol steel Schlitz cans on a fence where they are doing road work yesterday

post #323 of 394

trappists rochefort 10. done. 

post #324 of 394

As long as it's an IPA I'm drinking it. I keep my kegerator stocked at all times with a rotating menu of IPA's. Being on the East Coast I can't get the really fantastic ones from the West Coast in kegs but I keep trying. We have 14 microbreweries here but a great IPA is only done by one at the moment. 

 

I just love watching people walk into a brew pub and order a Bud Light when they only server their own beer. The expression is priceless, like what did you just say, that does not compute, give me a Miller Lite then, uh uh... Those aren't beers anyway.

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