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Old 06-09-2006, 06:24 PM    (permalink
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Stella definitely. I'm glad you put it in the poll. I had it over in France last summer and it was great. I don't like Heineken. It's too bitter. Budweiser is a bit plain.
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On this list, Stella....

But in real life....Sleeman's Honey Brown...yum brewed in my hometown.
Wow, we're beer soul-mates. I just had my after-prom weekend, and all I had was Stella Artois (it's so smooth, it's like water), Sleeman's Honey Brown, and Labatt Honey (good and cheap)
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I haven't drank in two years, but has anyone heard of Yuengling? Can't buy it here in Ohio, but it's what my whole family drinks.
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Ok, I think I have the expertise on Mexican beers here, considering I cross the border every week to get drunk.

Pacifico is the absolute best Mexican beer I have ever had. Next is close with Indio XX and Negro Modelo all neck and neck. So my order is:
1. Pacifico
2. XX
3. Indio
4. Negro Modelo
5. Corona
6. Carta Blanca
7. Sol
8. Tecate

But my favorite beer is Fat Tire, Yuengling is pretty good. Blue Moon also isn't too bad. My favorite beer that I can afford regularly? Keystone Light, after being at TX State and that being the only thing you drink it kind of grows on you. Plus you can't beat 12 bucks for a 30 pack if you want to play beer pong.
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Out of this whack list as some put it, I'd have to choose Stella.
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If i'm footing the bill...Yeungling Lager or Heiny

if you are buying...i could care less
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Why so many who voted Miller?

The beer I drink most is Bud Light, but I prefer either Sam Adams or Rolling Rock.
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i don't wanna sound like a prick that says 'what you like is wrong' but....Corona? IMO, there is nothing special about that stuff...tastes like nothing without a lime wedge in it.

if you want a good summer beer, get a wheat beer that's actually brewed with fruit. here's some examples...
Leinenkugel's Sunset Wheat-brewed with blueberry
Sam Adams Cherry Wheat-brewed with cherry
Blue Moon is also a wheat beer brewed with orange peels...most bartenders will serve it with an orange wedge as well.


well, now i'm thirsty.
This man speaks the truth.

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i don't wanna sound like a prick that says 'what you like is wrong' but....Corona? IMO, there is nothing special about that stuff...tastes like nothing without a lime wedge in it.

if you want a good summer beer, get a wheat beer that's actually brewed with fruit. here's some examples...
Leinenkugel's Sunset Wheat-brewed with blueberry
Sam Adams Cherry Wheat-brewed with cherry
Blue Moon is also a wheat beer brewed with orange peels...most bartenders will serve it with an orange wedge as well.


well, now i'm thirsty.
This man speaks the truth.

My favorite beer is Sammy Smith's Oatmeal Stout or Sierra Nevada's Pale Ale.
If you like fruity wheat beer, I strongly suggest you go purchase this new Sam Adam's six pack. I guess they had a contest where home brewer's can submit their beers. There were three winnners so you get 2 bottles of each guys beer in the 6 pack. One guy made a Boisenberry Wheat Beer. It is absolutely fantastic. I really hope Sam's is getting a good response so they can brew this full time.
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i don't wanna sound like a prick that says 'what you like is wrong' but....Corona? IMO, there is nothing special about that stuff...tastes like nothing without a lime wedge in it.

if you want a good summer beer, get a wheat beer that's actually brewed with fruit. here's some examples...
Leinenkugel's Sunset Wheat-brewed with blueberry
Sam Adams Cherry Wheat-brewed with cherry
Blue Moon is also a wheat beer brewed with orange peels...most bartenders will serve it with an orange wedge as well.


well, now i'm thirsty.
This man speaks the truth.

My favorite beer is Sammy Smith's Oatmeal Stout or Sierra Nevada's Pale Ale.
If you like fruity wheat beer, I strongly suggest you go purchase this new Sam Adam's six pack. I guess they had a contest where home brewer's can submit their beers. There were three winnners so you get 2 bottles of each guys beer in the 6 pack. One guy made a Boisenberry Wheat Beer. It is absolutely fantastic. I really hope Sam's is getting a good response so they can brew this full time.
Will do. Thanks. I love the cherry wheat they make. And the fuzzy ale. Mmmmm......
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Not a big fan of any of the beers listed in this poll. Heineken, Newcastle, and Guinness are two of my favs, but I am fairly well-rounded when it comes to beer and I can drink pretty much anything.
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i don't wanna sound like a prick that says 'what you like is wrong' but....Corona? IMO, there is nothing special about that stuff...tastes like nothing without a lime wedge in it.

if you want a good summer beer, get a wheat beer that's actually brewed with fruit. here's some examples...
Leinenkugel's Sunset Wheat-brewed with blueberry
Sam Adams Cherry Wheat-brewed with cherry
Blue Moon is also a wheat beer brewed with orange peels...most bartenders will serve it with an orange wedge as well.


well, now i'm thirsty.
This man speaks the truth.

My favorite beer is Sammy Smith's Oatmeal Stout or Sierra Nevada's Pale Ale.
If you like fruity wheat beer, I strongly suggest you go purchase this new Sam Adam's six pack. I guess they had a contest where home brewer's can submit their beers. There were three winnners so you get 2 bottles of each guys beer in the 6 pack. One guy made a Boisenberry Wheat Beer. It is absolutely fantastic. I really hope Sam's is getting a good response so they can brew this full time.
that sounds good...but when i posted about wheat beers, it was summer, the perfect season for a lighter (colored) beer with a hint of fruit...it is now the season for dark and/or bitter beers for me. hate to give credit to an Illinois brew, but Goose Island makes a damn good Oatmeal Stout. Also, I can't seem to get enough Red Hook lately. their ESB, IPA and Winter brew are very good. and, while I haven't found the Sam Adams 6-pack mentioned by Jughead, I did recently buy a variety 12 pack that included a Honey Porter which I really liked.
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i don't wanna sound like a prick that says 'what you like is wrong' but....Corona? IMO, there is nothing special about that stuff...tastes like nothing without a lime wedge in it.

if you want a good summer beer, get a wheat beer that's actually brewed with fruit. here's some examples...
Leinenkugel's Sunset Wheat-brewed with blueberry
Sam Adams Cherry Wheat-brewed with cherry
Blue Moon is also a wheat beer brewed with orange peels...most bartenders will serve it with an orange wedge as well.


well, now i'm thirsty.
This man speaks the truth.

My favorite beer is Sammy Smith's Oatmeal Stout or Sierra Nevada's Pale Ale.
If you like fruity wheat beer, I strongly suggest you go purchase this new Sam Adam's six pack. I guess they had a contest where home brewer's can submit their beers. There were three winnners so you get 2 bottles of each guys beer in the 6 pack. One guy made a Boisenberry Wheat Beer. It is absolutely fantastic. I really hope Sam's is getting a good response so they can brew this full time.
that sounds good...but when i posted about wheat beers, it was summer, the perfect season for a lighter (colored) beer with a hint of fruit...it is now the season for dark and/or bitter beers for me. hate to give credit to an Illinois brew, but Goose Island makes a damn good Oatmeal Stout. Also, I can't seem to get enough Red Hook lately. their ESB, IPA and Winter brew are very good. and, while I haven't found the Sam Adams 6-pack mentioned by Jughead, I did recently buy a variety 12 pack that included a Honey Porter which I really liked.
I agree. Although those dark/bitter beers are already wearing on me. They come out too early now. Sam released its Spring/White Ale already. I'm a big fan of that. Honey Porter can be bought in 6 packs now and is going to be a regular product by Sam Adams. The 6 pack I mentioned is limited time only, and isn't found in most places. I've only seen in about 3 places in my area, and I go to a lot of liquor stores. Brooklyn Brewery (not sure how much of that stuff gets to the midwest and west coast) made a Winter Lager for the first time this year and it has instantly become one of my favorite winter brews.
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