Beer List

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Vladimir, Jan 9, 2010.

  1. Kieran McCaig

    Kieran McCaig New Member

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    You better drive north and get working on the Canadian stuff.
  2. TRAP55

    TRAP55 New Member

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    #'s 42 and 62, two of my favorites.
    If you can get it, RedTail Ale from the Hopland Brewery in Hopland, CA, good stuff!
  3. rglbegl

    rglbegl New Member

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    Mr beer is not the way to go. It works, it will make beer. . . . but
    You need a 6 gallon bucket, a 5 gallon carboy, and a huge kettle to cook everything in.
    I brew 5 gallons of beer every week. That is about 53 beers per week, and it costs about $19.
    Currently I have a stock pile of nut brown ale, Asahi lager, cream ale, guiness, a deep porter, anchorsteam, and fat tire ale.

    All my buddies love coming here to drink because my beer tastes better than what you can get at the store.
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  4. pawn

    pawn New Member

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    thanks man. i will learn as i go. your comments are appreciated. i wil probably pm you as i progress through my 1st cycle of brewing if that's ok.

    Mark
  5. Road America

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    Dave Berry once said that beer was mankind's best invention. The wheel was ok, but it doesn't go as well with pizza.
  6. Thomas_1

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    Hey you missed some of the best:
    Falstaff Brewing
    Falstaff beer was made in St. Louis and at the time was larger than Anheuser Busch.
    Meister Brau Beer
    Schaefer Beer
    Lone Star Brewing Company
    Olympia
    If it didn't kill you it clean out your insides!!!!!!!
  7. pawn

    pawn New Member

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    Meister Brau?

    Whew.... you must be a real cowboy..... if I was really mad at somebody i would make em drink meister brau and milwaukee's best for a few days.... they would surely confess their sins, repent and fly straight for the rest of their natural lives :D
  8. rglbegl

    rglbegl New Member

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    Cool.
    It is easier than you think.
    Just steralize everything really well, brew, then wait wait wait, bottle, wait wait, then you have beer
  9. Suwannee Tim

    Suwannee Tim New Member

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    I don't see any Schlitz beers on your list. In my beer drinking heyday Old Milwaukee was my mainstay. Schlitz malt liquor wasn't half bad either.

    I bought a six of Milwaukee's Best one time, made me marvel that Milwaukee didn't sue. Tasted like vodka heavily cut with water and carbonated except that would have had more flavor.
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  10. ibtrukn

    ibtrukn New Member

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    poeneebouy,thas Americas oldest brewery! gave up a lifetime of BUD in all itz varities 4it. sirupy??? an udrink IPA??heheheh thas funi!same-o wit da stouts etc. an if u dudes think that Hinnykenz is special 4getit the real stuff is not shipped. &ib FEEL SAWREE 4DA LAdat swills schaefer, must hana grudge against hiz gutz/.Genny Ale pretty good but not on a par witda reel stuff frum Newrk NJ no longer in xsitans
  11. ponycar17

    ponycar17 Active Member

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    I figured you'd appreciate that. Honestly, I'll drink Yuengling if it's all that's available in the darker variety but that's the only reason. Yeah, Yuengling tastes syrupy sweet to me.

    If Yuengling causes ya' to type like that I'm going to stay farrrr away from it from now on... :D;)
  12. Millwright

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    Whaaaat !!! No River Horse ? !!


    We'res da "Magic Hat ?

    Seems to me you got a long, long way to go........ >MW
  13. Big ugly

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    Dixie Brewing company has a beer called Crimson voodoo and Black Voodoo Those beers are shure to turn ya into a raveing drunk lunatic. I am partial to the draft ciders myself, Hornsebys and Woodchuck
  14. Insulation Tim

    Insulation Tim Active Member

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    Don't forget "Iron City" (Pittsburgh's beer).
  15. Maximilian II

    Maximilian II New Member

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    Hey, homebrewers: if you haven't yet, make some mead (fermented honey). Recipes are readily available on the internet and it's awesome when properly made!
    So far I haven't had store bought mead worth the effort.
  16. PunjabiPillbox

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    Japane---!!!? Hope not like Korean... but alas, formaldehyde would even be worth a swig right about now... Da*# ? no stella on that list?
  17. PunjabiPillbox

    PunjabiPillbox New Member

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    I doubly second Schlitz as well...
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