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post #343 of 394
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Originally Posted by European Macca View Post

How about
1st Wagge Dance honey beer
2nd Hefeweizen ( German wheat beer )
3rd Belgian cheery beer
Hmmm!!!

 

Is there a particular hefe you prefer? Tried several, like the Franziskaner, but have yet to find a hefe that I love.

post #344 of 394
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For me it has to be a Sam Adams Boston Lager. Give me a six pack of Boston Lager and a good stogie and I'm good for the night.

I'll second that.

post #345 of 394

The Great Lakes Brewery's Commodore Perry IPA.  The perfect mix of great tasting hops and bitterness.  I love it!

post #346 of 394
Anything from Founders Brewery in Grand Rapids, MI. They regularly have at least one of the worlds top 10 on tap. My personal favorite is the Founders Dirty Bastard Ale.
post #347 of 394

Duck Rabbit Porter, brewed down the road from me in Farmville NC, so good!

post #348 of 394
Boulevard unfiltered wheat! If not then Fat Tire or moose Drool.
post #349 of 394

I am not a micro-brew person........and I have always been a Michelob Man.......BUT......for the last several years, I have been pulled to the Dark Side, er Darker Side.....

 

I have been drinking Yeungling....usually draft.  I have even purchased the Yeungling Black & Tan.....by the case for pleasurable drinking at home.

 

This is truly an American Premium Beer!

post #350 of 394
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Originally Posted by Fozcycle View Post

I am not a micro-brew person........and I have always been a Michelob Man.......BUT......for the last several years, I have been pulled to the Dark Side, er Darker Side.....

 

I have been drinking Yeungling....usually draft.  I have even purchased the Yeungling Black & Tan.....by the case for pleasurable drinking at home.

 

This is truly an American Premium Beer!


Yeungling is a good brew.... Too bad there is no distributor here .....

post #351 of 394

Berkshire Brewing company located in Great Barrington Mass creates an awesome Pale Ale. Other than that I would have to say not much can beat a cold Stella.

post #352 of 394

I have 2 fave beers (real ales) which are: Timothy Taylor's Landlord and Hopstar's DarkStar. Both delicious :D

If I'm after something cheap and refreshing, I stick to either Thwaite's Smooth or Boddington's.

post #353 of 394

Anyone fortunate enough to partake of Saison Dupont? It is an unfiltered Belgian farmhouse ale, bottle conditioned. Stunning. By far the best brew I have ever tasted. After that IMO comes Dogfish Head 90 and 60 min IPAs.

post #354 of 394
I have started making my own beer which is turning out very well! I have the mr beer kit and have successfully made and bottled one batch, and fermenting the second which is Oktoberfest.
post #355 of 394

After nearly a decade of Guinness, my new favorite is McAuslan Cream Ale. 

 

 

 

Bitter and Delicious!!

post #356 of 394

Putting a pic in like that is foul play...boy that looks delicious.

 

I ran into Hardywood Bourbon GBS (http://www.hardywood.com/content/hardywood-bourbon-gbs) one day on Cary Street in Richmond, VA and I can say that hands down, its the best beer experience that I've ever had. Only available in kegs, so you'll need to find a place that has it. Do not pass through Richmond without trying it if you are a beer fan. Wow.

 

I like Pale Ales and IPA's usually. Dales' Pale Ale, Sirrea Nevada, Laguanitas.

post #357 of 394
Heineken, Dos Equis, Straub dark, Yuengling, Bud light in that order of availability. Lol
post #358 of 394

Franziskaner

Smithwicks

Newcastle Brown Ale

Guiness

DosXX

Shiner Bock <-- Great Texas beer

Killian's Irish Red <-- before they changed it

Bass Ale <-- before they changed it

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post #360 of 394

I love the Stone Ruination. But those are typically pretty pricey so I usually enjoy a Stella. Beautiful beer.

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