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Old 09-13-2012, 01:19 AM   #1
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Default What's your favorite beer and why...

I consider myself something of a beer connoisseur, I was wondering if any of you folks feel the same way, or if you just prefer the good ol' American beers like Bud, Miller or Coors. Currently I'm really liking Guinness Draft, Sam Adams Boston Ale, and my fave, Saranac Black Forest. There aren't many German beers I'd turn down either.

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Old 09-13-2012, 01:25 AM   #2
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my favorite beer is cold...
but seriously, Sam Adams is one of my favs...Yuengling is another i drink quite regularly...

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Is that Japanese?

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cold beer, free beer then my beer! if i'm buying, usually Corona, sometimes Shiner Bock.

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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
D.G. Yuengling & Son

Type Private
Industry Alcoholic beverage
Founded 1829 (as Eagle Brewery)
Founder(s) David Yuengling
Headquarters Pottsville, Pennsylvania, USA
Products Beer
Production output 2.5 million barrels
Owner(s) Richard L. Yuengling, Jr.
Website yuengling.com
D. G. Yuengling & Son is the oldest operating brewing company in the United States, established in 1829. It is one of the largest breweries by volume in the country. Based on sales in 2011, Yuengling was tied with the Boston Beer Company, maker of Samuel Adams brands, as the largest American-owned brewery.[1] Its headquarters are in Pottsville, Pennsylvania.[2] Yuengling produces about 2.5 million barrels annually, operating two Pennsylvania facilities, and a brewery in Tampa, Florida.
Yuengling is pronounced i/ˈjɪŋlɪŋ/ ying-ling, and is an Anglicized version of Jüngling, its founder's surname and the German term for "young man". Many Americans who aren't familiar with the brand often mistake it for a Chinese import because the name Yuengling sounds Chinese when pronounced correctly.
The family-owned brewery has traditionally changed ownership through the purchase of the company by the offspring of the previous owner.[3] Due to the popularity of Yuengling Traditional Lager in Pennsylvania, it can be ordered by simply asking for a lager, especially in eastern parts of the state.[4]

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Awesome, I'm trying one as soon as I can find one in this area.

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Hmmm, my favorite beer, ... let's see, what's this I have in my hand? Ah, Warsteiner Oktoberfest. Yeah, that's it, that's my favorite... until it's empty. Then I'm looking for a new favorite...

Actually my all-around favorite is Guinness Stout, but I'm easily distracted by the feel of a cold glass bottle...

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Warsteiner is awesome - enjoyed many a pitcher at the Oktoberfest events...

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Favorite beer is red stripe. My wife and I enjoyed them on the beach in Jamaica and it just takes me back every time I pop one open. I also enjoy a lagunitas (spelling?) cappuccino stout with fried fish.

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The one she hands me!

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