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Old 04-07-2009, 01:26 AM   #21
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My list of favorites: Samuel Adams Boston Lager, Samuel Adams Boston Ale, Samuel Adams Summer Ale, Samuel Adams Winter Lager, BBC (Berkshire Brewing Co) Steel Rail Extra Pale Ale, BBC Imperial Stout, BBC Oktoberfest Lager, Fosters, Heineken, once in a while I'll get a couple Wachusett Blueberry Beer and very rarely I will get a Youngs Double Chocolate Stout. I believe that GOOD blueberry beer and GOOD chocolate beer is an experience everyone should try at least once. I don't like cheap beer because they don't get me "buzzed", there is no flavor to enjoy, and I have to drain the dragon every 5 minutes.

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Genny Cream Ale,

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Little Kings

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or Red Stripe

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Genny Cream Ale,

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Little Kings

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or Red Stripe

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Cane...what can I say...

Genny was the 'fire alarm drink' in my dorm in college. A gal that I was 'friends' with was a little on the crazy side. She'd go pull the alarm and run into my room and jump into my closet. I'd join her, and we'd pass out the Gennys to friends as they returned to their rooms.

Little Kings are high school ales. We used them to have chug contests out of the bottle.

Jamica good beer.

You ever go on a Hudy run while you were at YSU?
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Cane...what can I say...

Genny was the 'fire alarm drink' in my dorm in college. A gal that I was 'friends' with was a little on the crazy side. She'd go pull the alarm and run into my room and jump into my closet. I'd join her, and we'd pass out the Gennys to friends as they returned to their rooms.

Little Kings are high school ales. We used them to have chug contests out of the bottle.

Jamica good beer.

You ever go on a Hudy run while you were at YSU?
I'm sure I did because I don't remember!

What's a Hudy?
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If you are in California, I have to recommend Firestone. It's brewed on the central coast and is definitely my favorite microbrewery in California.

Their style of brewing (double barrel system called the Burton Union brewing method) gives it a very unique taste. I am a big fan of lots of hops and all their beers are very flavorful.

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I've gotten pretty fond of the Belgian brews here lately: Shock Top, Blue Moon and another brand that I just grab because it's german and I can't pronounce it.

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Hudipol (sp). A brewery in Cinci that actually makes Little Kings. They have their own beer nicknamed Hudy and Hudy light. Worst damn beer I ever tasted, but the guys from Cinci in college would make Hudy runs and come back with many cases of the cheap crap. I went to BGSU, so it was just a ride down I-75.
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Hudipol (sp). A brewery in Cinci that actually makes Little Kings. They have their own beer nicknamed Hudy and Hudy light. Worst damn beer I ever tasted, but the guys from Cinci in college would make Hudy runs and come back with many cases of the cheap crap. I went to BGSU, so it was just a ride down I-75.
Oh yea, Hudepohl or Hu-Dey, one of the best, worst beers back in the day!

We would step up to a Hu-Dey when the Pabst got old or we got way too drunk! What a 'effen headache!!!!!

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Oh yea, Hudepohl or Hu-Dey, one of the best, worst beers back in the day!

We would step up to a Hu-Dey when the Pabst got old or we got way too drunk! What a 'effen headache!!!!!

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Yea, that stuff. The headache I could handle, it was the beer shats ALL the next day that got me.

We used to get the Old Style 7oz'ers real cheap. Returnables. The case was a triple thick waxed 2 flap fold in box. I wish I still had those boxes!
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. They're not pricey not heavy, and much better than Miller imo.
I'd have to second that. My dad drinks Miller but my father-in-law drinks Budweiser which is what I prefer. I especially drink Bud if I'm at a bar with friends, anything else costs too much.

If I'm at home or a BBQ I'll drink Killian's Irish Red, Bud, Busch, and when I go out with the wife I sometimes drink Corona.

I went to the local bar a few months ago and had a few beers and tried a Jagerbomb, those are good but bad when mixed with Budweiser.
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