What's Your Favorite Beer?

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  1. user_error

    user_error New Member

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    Enough weighty affairs like guns, politics and religion! What's your favorite beer?

    Mine-import/domestic/nationally available--Guiness draft. It's like darke chocolate in a glass. ohhhhhh....

    Local: Mack and Jack's, Washington state. SOOO good.
  2. Crpdeth

    Crpdeth Active Member

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    Shiner

    Corona

    Not that I drink, but I like those two.
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  3. Peanut Man

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    Milwaukee's Best! $5.39 for a 12-pack!!!

    Now if someone else is paying..... I'll have Guinness or St. Pauli Girl!!

    Peanut Man
  4. Sheesh, Peanut, that Milwaukee stuff would gag a maggot at 100 yards! :eek:

    I must admit, I think most American beers (a few micro-breweries excepted) should be put back into the horse from which it so obviously came. If you want REAL beer, talk to the Germans, Austrians, Dutch, and Slovaks. :D
  5. Bruce FLinch

    Bruce FLinch New Member

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    Most Micro-Brews, tickle my tastebuds. If I drink two & feel full enough to stop,the 'buds are happy. IPA's, Stouts, Porters, Pale Ale. :cool:

    Q: What does drinking Coors Light & makin' love on the beach have in common?

    A: They're both F@*#in' close to water!
    :D
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    Marlin *TFF Admin Staff Chief Counselor*

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    Any good Bach beer from a keg.
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    If you want REAL beer, talk to the Germans, Austrians, Dutch, and Slovaks.

    I must agree!! :eek: :D
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    I'm a Fat Tire man myself. Along with a nice Guinness stout, St. Pauli Girl, or any beer from the Czech Republic. Oh yes.
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    Killian's Red Ale, or, if my little brother is about, (He's into airfreight, in the Pacific Basin), Kirin Ichiban. (Thanks , Rob) The two best on earth, in my book!
  10. xxxxxxl

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    Shiner and Modello.
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    I have tasted beer from a lot of places (not everywhere) around the world Germany, Japan, Korea but the best I have ever had was CREEMORE SPRINGS from Creemore, Ontario, Cananda. Its a really smooth Lager but of course you cant get it here for which I have mixed emotions about really. I know I would be drinking it all the time if it were available in the USA.

    http://www.creemoresprings.com//v2.0/
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    1952Sniper New Member

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    Ain't nothing better than a good Shiner Bock.
  13. I think the best one I tasted in Europe was a British beer, Tennants I think it was called. Always on tap in the pubs. In Switzerland I encountered one in Lucern that I really liked. I've forgotten the exact name, but it was a locally produced beer that was put up in reusable bottles with a rubber cap. Really good stuff. Of course, if you really want to get blasted, its the German lagar beers you need to sample, especially the dark ones. Wonderful stuff, but a couple of those is like having about six drinks. Old Joe Sixpack would not survive in Germany! :D
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    Portland ale and Fat Tire!
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    dat warezz weenie B lyin tru wotever toot hegot lef in his mouff...he suxup Pearl an Lone Star :cool:
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