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Old 11-07-2013, 08:28 AM   #141
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Sorry, but pumpkin does not belong in beer...That is as bad as putting tomatos and beans in chili.

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C'mon Ken expand your horizons beyond the Lone Star beer.
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Sorry, but pumpkin does not belong in beer.

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I will have to side with Ken on this, and I will even expand it. Any kind of berries in beer is a no go for me. Same thing goes for cherry flavored beer.
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Old 11-07-2013, 09:59 AM   #143
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I will have to side with Ken on this, and I will even expand it. Any kind of berries in beer is a no go for me. Same thing goes for cherry flavored beer.
And who needs a hint of orange / lemon or other citrus in their beer. At least when the wine vintners / reviews speak of flavor notes - I know it's BS - and won't taste the berries or chocolates etc. With beer - if they say it's parfumy - and citrus - you know you'll taste it. Ugh....
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I like the pumpkin ales, the apple ales however. .Yuck!
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Old 11-07-2013, 04:36 PM   #145
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Sorry, but pumpkin does not belong in beer...That is as bad as putting tomatos and beans in chili. Ken
What? No tomatoes in chili? What then? I can take or leave the beans.

No pumpkins in brew, I agree. Trying Warfteiner dark beer now, it's pretty good, very smooth.
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Old 11-09-2013, 07:13 AM   #146
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Sorry, but pumpkin does not belong in beer...That is as bad as putting tomatos and beans in chili.

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You would be surprised some of the adjuncts that go into every day commercial beer. Budweiser is the largest consumer of rice in the US. Canadian breweries routinely use corn. Breweries around the world use sugar in many forms.

I kind of like the pumpkin beers. Brewed some this fall for DW, she likes them very much. If you are not a fan of fruit beers try a Lindemans Framboise
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I've drank far too much beer, and tend to alternate:

The alcoholic in me buys cheap (Coors Light, Bud Light, Michelob Ultra Amber) or cheaper (Keystone Light, Natural Light).

The beer drinker in me loves anything with a little flavor and is partial to IPAs; I'll usually alternate between Sierra Nevada, Dogfish Head, Magic Hat, and Abita.

I like Arrogant Bastard and other Stone products, and have tasted very few microbrews or craft brews that I considered a waste of money.

Finally, widely available regional beers like Leinenkugel and Shiner are always an option, as are better national brews like Sam Adams. A bit more expensive than the macrobrews but you get what you pay for!
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Forgot to add, sometimes even the fruity beers are welcome! A Leinie's Summer Shandy or an Abita Strawberry Harvet Lager are refreshing on a hot day. Learned my lesson on over-indulgence of the lime beers years ago. Had a combination of Bud Light Lime, Michelob Cactus Lime, and Miller Chill while cooking out one Memorial Day. Can't remember much after serving the food...
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Forgot to add, sometimes even the fruity beers are welcome! A Leinie's Summer Shandy or an Abita Strawberry Harvet Lager are refreshing on a hot day. Learned my lesson on over-indulgence of the lime beers years ago. Had a combination of Bud Light Lime, Michelob Cactus Lime, and Miller Chill while cooking out one Memorial Day. Can't remember much after serving the food...
Yeah those limes will get ya every time...
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Yeah those limes will get ya every time...
Heard a funny story about limes. It used to be in Mexico if you ordered a Corona you got the lime if you were sitting outside but not inside. Why? Because they weren't in the bottle for flavor, they were in there to keep the flies away This story was from a rather drunken Irishman in an Irish pub in Manhattan so take it with a grain of salt (and slice of lime).
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I'm a Dos Equis drinker and can take or leave the lime. I mostly leave them off because I'm too lazy to slice them but that's another story. My theory is that the citrus prevents the hangover. I have never had a hangover from drinking beer with a real lime in it. It could be that my lips are so chapped from the acid that I stop drinking before I get to that point.! I'm thirsty!!!
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Had some Anchor Porter the other day
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Had some Anchor Porter the other day
That is one thick Porter. I like it though.
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