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Hi All,
2nd post here at Sandtrap. Beer is good.
I'm also a big fan of Octoberfest, my personal favorite is Spaten Octoberfest.
Regarding some of my other faves, they're dependent on the format:
Heineken Keg Can (small)
Peroni bottle
Sierra on tap
any pale ale in a cask
Guinness from the draught
Dog Fish Ale 60 minute (bottle or tap)

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Yuengling Traditional Lager

Go ahead and put Shiner Bock right up on the top of my list here. Tried it for the first time tonight (because of others' input on this forum) and am instantly a huge fan.

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Shiner Bock is fantastic.

As for some Chicago brews that I had while living there, Bourbon County and Matilda were favorites. The Bourbon County is certainly not for the faint of heart. I think it is fair to say that the consistency, texture, and appearance make Guinness look like Miller Lite. If you're in to stouts though, Bourbon County is right up there with Rasputin.
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my fave.. hrm... gotta be Steel Reserve 211. Sure sure I like others such as hurricane magnum cobra, the list goes on. Earthquake ect,.. And IMO drinking beer out of a bottle is gross gotta go can man all the way.
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1. Hangar 24 Orange Wheat (local beer from Redlands, CA)
2. Sam Adams Boston Lager
3. Sam Adams Light
4. Blue Moon
5. Guinness

But seriously, if you are in SoCal, it is definitely worth it to seek out the Hangar 24. It is hands down the BEST beer I'v ever had... just so good!!!!
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#1 = Duval

The rest in no particular order...
Boddingtons Pub Ale
Newcastle Brown Ale
Fat Tire
Abita Amber Ale
Pilsner Urquell
Bud (for what it is)

Honorary mention: The reborn Schlitz (which I think is the old recipe?)
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Hi everyone, i from another part of the world, a little place call Singapore. We do have our own little history of beer making under the brand of TIGER BEER . Wonder anyone here in this wonderful forum try it before ???

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