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the BEER thread

ALockslyALocksly Registered User
edited November 2007 in Debate and/or Discourse
ALE, That’s the stuff to drink, for fellows whom it hurts to think.
-A.E. Housman

Refreshing on a hot afternoon, relaxing after a hard day, all around delicious and intoxicating, brewed since the dawn of history,

quaffed by Vikings, sipped by scholars, tossed back seven jars at a sitting by Enkidu,

Hailed as a hallmark of the civilized man since ancient times, along with the baking of bread and the wearing of clothes, it is the ubiquitous human beverage,
BEER!


Now, introductions aside, what brews do you fine folks favor? Don’t be shy, even Pabst has it’s place. I was extremely fortunate during my college days to find myself in possession of all the makings for a 15 gallon capacity kegerator while at the same time being but a few blocks from a marvelous microbrewery. For several glorious years at the end of the day I could grab a pounder off the rack and tilt the tap set in the front of a full sized fridge to draw a healthy pint which I could then enjoy on the back deck. Life was good. We of the house would vote for what the next keg would be filled with and it usually came out to be either the blonde ale or the scotch ale. The Boundary Bay Scotch remains one of my all time favorite brews. If I'm just nosing through the beer aisle I'll probaly grab a case of Henry's though occasionally I'll find I'm in the mood for a Rolling Rock (33) or a Red Stripe (Hooray beer!)

and just for fun lets also show off funny beer pics of funny beer.


(this one will rape your H-scroll but I can't fix it on my work computer)
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I wonder if that could be considered the first beeer commercial; "Drink beer! you'll fight off wolves and lions!"

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  • telcustelcus Registered User
    edited July 2007
    Oh I can't pass up a chance to praise the beers that I enjoy. So here goes:

    Blue Tongue Lager - Pure sex in a bottle. One of my favourite beers at the moment.

    James Squires - have a very nice selection of beers across the entire spectrum, lagers, pale ales, stouts. I prefer the Golden and Amber ales.

    Boags St. George - This beer is very odd in that it almost disappears down your throat. The easiest to drink beer I've ever seen. You'll wonder what happened to all the beer, till you walk into a door after downing a case. Smooth.

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  • CrayonCrayon TejasRegistered User regular
    edited July 2007
    Trappist Westvleteren...oh my so damn expensive but so damn good. This is undeniably the best beer in the world, and the price shows. These are from an actual monastery that only brews a very very small number a year, and there is a waiting list to get it. The good news? You can buy some online at ebay.

    Shiner is a great choice-but I got burned out on it being from Texas and all, it's really what everyone around here drinks. I had about 60 bottles of it stocked in my fridge at my apartment because my girlfriend only drank that and I got burned out fairly quickly on it because of it. Don't get me wrong though, it's a damn fine brew.

    Hefe-Weizens are my chosen beer though, and there are just so many damn good ones. That and an orange peel on a hot summer day makes even the shittiest of days the greatest. So refreshing and so delicious.

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  • yakulyakul Registered User regular
    edited July 2007
    Crayon wrote: »
    Hefe-Weizens are my chosen beer though, and there are just so many damn good ones. That and an orange peel on a hot summer day makes even the shittiest of days the greatest. So refreshing and so delicious.

    Paulaner makes a solid Hefe.

  • ege02ege02 __BANNED USERS
    edited July 2007
    You guys should try a Michelada.

    Sounds disgusting, but it is unbelievably amazing.

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  • GimGim Long Live Biscuits Registered User regular
    edited July 2007
    From what I've had, I liked Alaskan Amber. It doesn't seem readily available in SoCal though.

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  • VeegeezeeVeegeezee Registered User
    edited July 2007
    TSR wrote: »
    I am a big, big fan of the Deschutes Brewery in Bend, Oregon. They make very good beers.

    yes ma'am

    Theirs, Red Hook ESB, and the Alaskan beers are all I buy lately.

  • Alistair HuttonAlistair Hutton Dr EdinburghRegistered User regular
    edited July 2007
    Aaaah, Innis & Gunn.


    Made by accident. It was supposed to just flavour some oak barrels that where going to be used for making whisky. It was going to be thrown away. However someone had a fly taste of it and it was saved.

    Praise Be.

    The first sip I had of it I reacted rather negatively to it. But as I had some food and tried it gain a miracle occurred.

    Yes, a Miracle.

    The beer. . . adapts to the flavour of the food your eating like no other that I've tasted. It has cameleon like properties to blend and complement that it is really the ideal beer to have with food.

    Testify.

    It's also nice drunk just straight as well, it's just got such a distinctive flavour, and each bottle does genuinely have it's own taste, that it does take little getting use to.

    Oh, I also like Deuchers IPA, Badger Tanglefoot and basically anything that comes out of Yorkshire that isn't evilly nitro kegged.

  • SenjutsuSenjutsu fiddy too Registered User regular
    edited July 2007
    I loves me a good Red Ale. There's a local brewery here that does a fantastic one. Even the big commercial breweries manage to do some decent ones. Smithwick's sure ain't terrible. Rickard's Red is better; easily the best thing Molson has any hand in.

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  • VeegeezeeVeegeezee Registered User
    edited July 2007
    Regarding pictures of beer, I've always thought the art on the Flying Dog labels was really cool, but I've never tried any of their beers.

  • JacobkoshJacobkosh Gamble a stamp. I can show you how to be a real man!Super Moderator, Moderator mod
    edited July 2007
    I'm not a big beer drinker, except when pizza's involved, but man I love me some Chimay, brewed in actual Belgian dirt by actual Belgian monks in the actual Belgium, as opposed to all those fake Belgiums lying around. It's spicy and not too heavy and packs a ridiculous punch - a single 32oz bottle got me more deliciously wasted than all the gin martinis and Scotches I've ever had.

  • FalloutFallout GIRL'S DAY EVERY DAYRegistered User regular
    edited July 2007
    I've only been 21 for just over a month and am only recently into the world of actual good beer (fuck everything kids buy for parties), but I'm partial to some Guinness, Henry and Corona, one of which I am having now. So far Heineken is my favorite, methinks.

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  • VariableVariable Weed and Masturbation Stroke Me Lady FameRegistered User regular
    edited July 2007
    I like Blue Moon, and their summer beer is honey or something, I enjoy it as well.

    I was really into Stone IPA for like a month but I'm pretty over it now.

    Hoegaarden is tasty and very refreshing.

    Dogfish Head I believe is the IPA I go for now... not certain that that's the one, there is another with a similar name I might be confusing.

    Hobgoblin is good too. definitely.

    at a bar though, unless it's a bar with some actual variety, I go with Guiness.

    love these threads :-) hope to be able to contribute a better list tomorrow when I'm not about to crawl in bed.

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  • VariableVariable Weed and Masturbation Stroke Me Lady FameRegistered User regular
    edited July 2007
    Veegeezee wrote: »
    Regarding pictures of beer, I've always thought the art on the Flying Dog labels was really cool, but I've never tried any of their beers.

    their hefeweizen is DAMN good, which surprised the shit out of me. been meaning to try their other stuff.

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  • saint2esaint2e Registered User regular
    edited July 2007
    Low Key wrote: »
    Beer is classy

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    Dude, only classy folks drink Toohey's. I have a case of Toohey's New here in the UK that I'm taking back to Canada, as it bears the proud name of my Ancestors.

    Toohey's New is shite, though. I much prefer the Extra Dry.

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  • Low KeyLow Key Registered User
    edited July 2007
    Teds are pretty much as staple at 21sts around here these days. They're dead cheap and a really nice, crisp beer that people can drink all night long.

  • Baron DirigibleBaron Dirigible Registered User regular
    edited July 2007
    telcus wrote: »
    Oh I can't pass up a chance to praise the beers that I enjoy. So here goes:

    Blue Tongue Lager - Pure sex in a bottle. One of my favourite beers at the moment.
    God dammit I was just at Dan Murphy's and passed that up. (You'll be happy to know I went for some James Squire Amber Ale instead, but that's because I knew it was awesome beforehand.)

    What are your thoughts on Little Creatures? I absolutely love the Pale Ale, but I didn't think much of their Bright Ale and haven't tried anything else. Definitely check out the Pale Ale if you haven't already.

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  • real_pochaccoreal_pochacco Registered User
    edited July 2007
    I had some kind of microbrew once at a party and it tasted like coffee beer. I was drunk and visiting a college and I was like, "Eck, it tastes like coffee!" (I don't like coffee.)

    So why is it that I can drink shitty beer (such as Pabst) more easily than I can drink actually good beer? (such as the aforementioned Fat Tire)

    Edit: Yes I'm a beer noob.

  • SilmarilSilmaril Mr Ha Ha Hapless. Registered User regular
    edited July 2007
    I say it every time, but Adnams Broadside is the best beer ever.

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    The bottled stuff is stronger, but the barreled stuff is slightly more drinkable, Goddamn I need to go get some more.

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  • MalkorMalkor Registered User regular
    edited July 2007
    Variable wrote: »
    I like Blue Moon, and their summer beer is honey or something, I enjoy it as well.
    Honey Brown?
    Variable wrote: »
    Dogfish Head I believe is the IPA I go for now... not certain that that's the one, there is another with a similar name I might be confusing.

    Raison D’Etre is awesome.

    edit: 120 min. IPA is dangerous.

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  • ShmoepongShmoepong Registered User regular
    edited July 2007
    I love wheat beers and Ayinger's Hefeweizen is fantastic. It's imported and fantasticly over-priced for $8 a 16 oz. bottle, but damn is it good. Anyone who's up in the DC/NoVA area can get it at Brickskeller's near Dupont Circle, DC.

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    A Russian beer I used to quaff liberally was Baltika 9. They have 0 through 10, but 9 is the strongest. Guaranteed a minimum 12% alcohol by volume. That was a promise on the Russian labels, I never saw that repeated on the US labels.

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    Edit: Translation on the ad: We mixed vodka with beer for you!!! *ah hah...*

    And for those of you who love Guiness, I bring you Young's Double Chocolate Stout. It has a smooth chocolately after taste that isn't too sweet. It makes for a great dessert beer.

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  • MichaelLCMichaelLC In what furnace was thy brain? ChicagoRegistered User regular
    edited July 2007
    Hoegaarden's been mentioned - with good reason.

    Hacker Pschorr is also quite good.

    Blue Moon is a good substitute, as most bars won't have either of the above.

    Rolling Rock introduced me to the world of guy-on-hops action, but it seemes to have been edged out by BM.

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  • The Raging PlatypusThe Raging Platypus Registered User regular
    edited July 2007
    A beer thread! Oh, OP, you beautiful, beautiful man.

    Favorite beer of all time? It has got to be:

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    I love me some dark ales, and this one blew me away when I first had it. It has a very rich, almost chocolatey flavor to it, and goes down smoooth. Packs a punch too. Plus, it has a picture of a friggin' Viking on it, so there.

    Otherwise, it's usually a mix of Guinness Stout, Killian's Irish Red, or Sam Adam's Porter.

    I understand that a lot of people love their IPA's, but for the life of me, I can't get into them. Stone, Magic Hat, Dogfish Head 90 Minute.....just oddly bitter, with that off-putting perfumey aftertaste. *shivers*

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  • Wonder_HippieWonder_Hippie __BANNED USERS
    edited July 2007
    I'll second Paulaner. Their hefe is quite nice, in contrast to the Shiner hefe, which is absolute sour shit.

    My favorites right now:

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    This one almost has a hint of BBQ sauce if your tastes are keen. Well, maybe not BBQ exactly, but I definitely felt anything from taragon and brown sugar to very light hints of something like Worchestershire sauce. It's crazy, and you almost have to have a very defined pallette to enjoy it, but it's one of the better, more common Belgian-types out there. Very strong, though; your liver will not be your buddy if you drink as much of this stuff as I do.

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    I can't even begin to describe the rich tastes available in this one. It comes across like a Barley Wine, tasting like any great unfiltered beer should. Cloudy, dark, and heavy, I can't recommend this one enough.

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    This is what I'm drinking right now, as in this very moment, so let me take you on a journey. It's French for "the damned," or some such stuff. Another Belgian, it's got an almost overpowering scent coming from a nice, frothy head that smells strongly of the yeast and alcohol, but it drinks smooth as silk with a sweet flavor. Tastes like tart fruits with some traditional spices thrown in. Light on the malt, but you can definitely taste it. Letting it sit, it's still smooth, but feels heavier than it did initially. Finishes with a long, dry aftertaste, strong on the alcohol. Head sticks around for a while, which I really like.

    Overall a good Belgian, but you probably won't get much out of it if you're not a beer snob.

    Seriously though, ALocksly, I was going to make this exact same thread today.
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  • Irond WillIrond Will Dragonmaster Cambridge. MASuper Moderator, Moderator mod
    edited July 2007
    One of the great things about living in Boston is that the standard beers on tap almost always include at least one variety of Sam Adams and Harpoon. Sam's might not be the best beer out there, but it's probably the best mass-produced beers and one of the best values in beer.

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  • GooeyGooey Registered User regular
    edited July 2007
    Gooey's list of good beer

    Spaten Optimator - A true man's beer.
    Maredsous 8 - There's a little known beer mix with this one - the "Ridgeslide" 1 part Ace Pear, 2 parts Maredsous 8, interesting flavor change, tastes sweet but retains a lot of the rich flavor of the beer
    Hobgoblin
    Paulaner Hefeweizen - my personal favorite hefe.
    Blue Moon
    Guiness
    Murphy's Stout
    La Fin du Monde
    Chimay "Blue Label" - It's brewed by monks, and all the profits go to charity. In other words, God wants you to drink this beer.
    Duvel
    Lowenbrau
    Most of what Flying Dog brews
    Fat Tire
    Avalanche (? I think that's the name. Haven't had this in a loooong time. It's a great microbrew from Co.)
    New Castle
    Shiner Bock - This is THE Texan beer.
    Banks - This is an unbelievable Carribian Pilsner, puts Red Stripe to shame. It's brewed in Barbados (in old-style painted bottles! Sweet!), but good luck finding it elsewhere. I'm not sure if they even export the stuff at all.


    There are lots of others I'm probably not thinking of. Or if you want, join the club and brew your own. I love beer.

    I tend to shy away from Dogfish, Sam Adams, and Sierra Nevada brews, they never taste "right" to me, even though they're popular breweries.


    Edit - Also:

    Purple Haze - This is a standard American Hefeweizen blended with a raspberry puree. It's a good dessert beer.
    Franziskaner
    Leinenkugel's Sunset Wheat
    Young's Double Chocolate Stout
    New Belgium's Skinny Dip - This is a summer seasonal that is a very citrus-y American Hefeweizen.

    Edit^2 -

    Basically, anything Unibroue brews. I mentioned La Fin du Monde earlier, Maudite is fantastic also.
    And finally (for now) Moose Drool. Fan-freakin-tastic.

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  • Irond WillIrond Will Dragonmaster Cambridge. MASuper Moderator, Moderator mod
    edited July 2007
    Gooey wrote: »
    Shiner Bock - This is THE best Texan beer, though all anyone ever fucking drinks in that godforsaken state is Coors Light, Keystone, MGD and Lone Star.

    Fixed

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  • TofystedethTofystedeth veni, veneri, vamoosi Registered User regular
    edited July 2007
    I've never had the Leinie's Sunset Wheat, but I'll look into that, as I like much of their other stuff. It is a very good beer for the price. Pabst I'll drink occasionally, it is not awesome, but it is probably one of the best really cheap beers you can find. And sometimes I'm just in the mood for cheap beer.

    If you find yourself in Sarajevo ever, go to the Sarajevsko brewery, get yourself a nice meal, and a bottle of Sarajevsko (or if you like wine, some Vronac). Sarajevsko is, in my opinion, and that of everyone I know who's tried it, one of the best beers ever.

    Don't ever drink Pilsner Urquell, ever. Ever. It is about the skunkiest beer I've had the displeasure of drinking. One of my friends tried it in Prague after trying it in the US, thinking it must be better at it's place of origin, but it was not to be so.

    My friends and I have found, that one of the best beer's to go with pizza, is Sapporo. Hofbräu is a nice easy beer to drink, and you can find the weisbier and their normal house ale here in the states. If you go to Munich, hit the Hofbräuhaus, so you can order liters of the stuff, and watch the waitresses bring it out 7 liters at a time. It is so cool.

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  • VoodooVVoodooV Registered User regular
    edited July 2007
    everyone's already named all the truly awesome beers. My current fave is 1554, Trippel, and 90 shilling. Odell's Amber Ale is a favorite too.

    A few months ago, I bought one of those homebrew kits, and I love it to death. I've made Amber Ale, a porter and a Dos Equis clone so far.

  • nexuscrawlernexuscrawler Registered User regular
    edited July 2007
    Don't know if it's readily available outside of the Northeast but Blue Point Brewery out of Long island makes some fantastic brews. Thier pale ale is one of the best I've ever had.

  • imbalancedimbalanced Registered User
    edited July 2007
    Oh beers, how I love thee. Nothing is better than a good Mexican beer on a hot day, like Tecate, Dos Equis, Corona, Negra Modelo, etc. Can't forget the Bahamian beer, Red Stripe! I also love my German beers such as Grolsch, Pilsner Urquell (it's not skunky!!), and Spaten. Then there's the UK/Irish/Scottish beers, like Boddingtons, Guinness, Smithwicks, Killians Red, and Newcastle. We cannot forget the saki bombs with Kirin Ichiban or Sapporo.

    But for all the international flavors of beer I enjoy, I often find myself coming back to the King of Beers, Budweiser. Don't ask me why, maybe I'm just blue collar at heart. That, or I've killed my taste buds with massive quantities of buffalo wings. The world may never know!

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  • TofystedethTofystedeth veni, veneri, vamoosi Registered User regular
    edited July 2007
    imbalanced wrote: »
    I also love my German beers such as Grolsch, Pilsner Urquell (it's not skunky!!)
    It's also not German, its Czech.
    We cannot forget the saki bombs with Kirin Ichiban or Sapporo.
    I was disappointed in the amount of hits I got on google with 'sake' spelled that way.
    But for all the international flavors of beer I enjoy, I often find myself coming back to the King of Beers, Budweiser. Don't ask me why, maybe I'm just blue collar at heart. That, or I've killed my taste buds with massive quantities of buffalo wings. The world may never know!
    If you like Pilsner Urquell, you probably did.

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  • GorakGorak Registered User
    edited July 2007
    Some of my favourites from a local microbrewery Oakham Ales

    Attila
    Fruit notes and elder flower on aroma. Taste of ripe red berries and citrus fruit with a long bitter fruity finish.

    Availability: July

    7.5% A.B.V


    White Dwarf
    Piercing bitterness in this “bright” English style wheat beer, mellows to reveal fruit overtones amidst a dry as bone finish. A real thirst quencher.

    Availability: All year

    4.3% A.B.V


    Gravity
    Golden amber in colour this strong ale has a powerful spicy hop character, bitter fruit notes with a hint of malt combine in a dry finish.

    Availability: November-December

    5.1% A.B.V


    I also love Tiger and Cobra beers from India and Asahi from Japan. For getting the job done quick and easy, you can't beat a bit of Kronenburg 1664 or Stella Artois (both known locally as Wife Beater).

  • imbalancedimbalanced Registered User
    edited July 2007
    imbalanced wrote: »
    I also love my German beers such as Grolsch, Pilsner Urquell (it's not skunky!!)
    It's also not German, its Czech.
    We cannot forget the saki bombs with Kirin Ichiban or Sapporo.
    I was disappointed in the amount of hits I got on google with 'sake' spelled that way.
    But for all the international flavors of beer I enjoy, I often find myself coming back to the King of Beers, Budweiser. Don't ask me why, maybe I'm just blue collar at heart. That, or I've killed my taste buds with massive quantities of buffalo wings. The world may never know!
    If you like Pilsner Urquell, you probably did.

    Well I just got pwned. Good job, now I gotta go cry.

    Yeah, it's a Czech beer, and I think it's pretty good if you can get it fresh. I had the same problem with Sierra Nevada, getting it in Arkansas was horrendous but getting it on the east coast tastes so much different, which is kinda weird considering I think it's brewed in California. *shrugs*

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  • RichyRichy Registered User regular
    edited July 2007
    There's a local brewery over here, that makes some of the best beers I've had. Including:

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    A dark beer, as you might guess from the name. But while most dark beers have a strong, sour taste (I've had some that tasted like ashes in your mouth), this one has a nice, refreshing taste. It's a rather unique dark beer, and I've yet to find someone who doesn't like it.

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    Unfortunately discontinued now, so I intend to buy whatever they have left and stock up. Also unfortunately light, at 2.5%. But well worth it... it's grapefruit beer! And it's absolutely delicious.

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  • siliconenhancedsiliconenhanced __BANNED USERS
    edited July 2007
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    Oh man, still trying to convince my buddy to send me down a case. So good. So good.

    There's nothing, NOTHING like washing down an order of halibut fish and chips with one of these. Or a monster steak platter.

    Don't forget Harp, either. Or Strongbow & Hornsby's, even though its hard cider.

  • SpackleSpackle Registered User
    edited July 2007
    These guys are super close to me and make an awesome brew:

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    It's incredibly smooth with good body. Very satisfying.

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  • TheFallenLordTheFallenLord Registered User
    edited July 2007
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    Commercial description: Brewed in Seattle, and available only by the keg, this Pacific Northwest beer is unpasturized and unfilterd. Creamy, hoppy and delicious, no visit to the great beer city of Seattle is complete with out a couple of pints of this magnificent amber ale.

    Its actually brewed in Redmond, not Seattle, but whatever. Its delicious.

    edit: I couldn't find a reasonable picture for the African Amber. Thats the one I'm talking about.

  • CheeriosCheerios Registered User
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  • SithDrummerSithDrummer Registered User regular
    edited July 2007
    I plan on brewing a bear after Samuel Jackson. What do you guys think it should be brewed/taste like?
    It should taste like anger and yelling.


    I'm a huge fan of Spaten Optimator, Dogfish Head, and good ol' Guinness Stout. Also, Two Rows Grill makes a great amber called Route 66 that I love.

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  • KungFuKungFu Registered User regular
    edited July 2007
    Due to the legality of me drinking, I have not had a large variety as of yet when it comes to beer.

    Heineken is alright.
    Guiness is alright.
    Samuel Adams, I think it was Summer Ale that I liked.
    Woodchuck is delicious.

    When it comes to playing drinking games though and you go through beer, I use cheaper stuff. And of the cheaper stuff I like Bud Select. Normal Budweiser is fine too. I can drink Pabst fine.

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