Your favorite Beer???

Discussion in 'The Club House' started by jon1992d, Jan 22, 2012.

  1. jon1992d

    jon1992d New Member

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    What is your favorite beer? Not the cheapo just want the effect but dont have the money for what you like. I want to know what is your favorite brand if beer. The one you like to kick back with around the fire and relax with your closest friends. If you want throw up a picture of it and tell us why its your favorite :). Have at it fellas and ladies!
     
  2. jon1992d

    jon1992d New Member

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    My favorite is Heineken Tarwebok. Gotta love that bok beer!

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  3. trip286

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    Yuengling. Damn yankee beer, nearest place to me to find it is in Memphis, but its so good.
     
  4. trip286

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    Wow that's dark!
     
  5. him_tattoos

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    Nearly anything by Magic Hat Brewery, #9 being my least favorite. Everything I've ever had from them has been really good, plus the employees and brewers are just really cool guys. I'd had said Dog Fish Head, but since they pulled distro to the state of Wisconsin, I don't get to drink them that much anymore.
     
  6. jon1992d

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    Its so sweet on your tong. Amazing relax drink. I live not to far from the yuengling brewery ive met the owners at my old work and have toured the brewery multiple times. Thats my second favorite also the black and tan is reaaal good.
     
  7. purehavoc

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    Sam Smith nut brown ale for a import , other wise miller high life bottles for domestic
     
  8. nastyogre

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    Lost coast brewery's alley cat. Made in eureka, ca. Great stuff. :)
     
  9. Riverg420

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    Dos Equis lager "Stay thirsty my freind "
     
  10. stoppingpower

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    Love a good cold shock top pale wheat or raspberry... other then that I don't like micros.... I still stand by my bud light even if it is cheap

    Wyoming is what America was
     
  11. dog2000tj

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    Just about any micro or home brewed ale or lager. As for commercially available, Berkshire Brewing Company has been on the top of my list for quite some time now ;)
     
  12. jordan89

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    Magic Hat and Pabst.
     
  13. Toll13

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    Ommegang Abbey Ale and anything Abita makes.

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  14. pagj17

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    Shiner, guiness, and Hanger 24 orange wheat.
     
  15. Shoobee

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    There are lots of micro-breweries all over California.

    http://www.snowshoebrewing.com/

    This is the age of the micro-brewery.

    Each has a sampler, with a small glass of several kinds.

    That would be my favorite, anywhere.

    Variety is the spice of life.

    Although normally I drink Corona with my tequila shots.

    http://www.tequila.net/

    The best tequila is pomegranate.
     
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  16. PrimePorkchop

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    Im told it's called a "Black & White"

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    It's very heavy, but oh my so good
     
  17. jon1992d

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    Thats acualy a black and tan. The original black and tan to be exact :)
     
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  19. hosehead634

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    Actually it's called black and blonde in some places. Order a black and tan in Ireland and you are most likely going to swallow your teeth. At least that's what I was told when I went. Asked for black and tans my entire life, one trip to Ireland and the phrase "know your audience" became very clear.