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Old 08-27-2013, 11:35 AM   #43
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American Beer has become the drink of choice for my pallet ... now that we have so many different micro's to choose from finding that specific favorite is a matter of tasting the many and choosing the few.
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Old 08-27-2013, 11:41 AM   #44
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I have taken a liking to Budweiser Black Crown .... also, the Blue Moon Variety Pack.
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Old 08-27-2013, 11:45 AM   #45
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Coors light is even worse. It doesn't taste like anything except fizzy yellow water. Their "rocky mountain spring water" is kind of strange also since anything on the east coast is transported in a condensed form then water added in Virginia. If you want to try something with even less flavor try a Miller 64 or Labatt 52.

Another one I forgot is Victory Brewing from Downington, Pa. Their Golden Monkey is very smooth brewed with Belgian type tradition but at 9.5% it packs a sneaky wallop. It as also over $10 a sixer so I don't buy that every day. I have tried a couple of times to clone it but never got it close enough. Still got some good beer out of each try though.
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When I travel to Philly all ya need ask for is a Lager. When in Rome that's what I ask for. Interesting note - last time there the hotel bar was running a special - $2.00 Shiners. Well ya know as a Texan I had to go for it. Wonder if it caught on up there?
Philly here, got a 6 pack of Shiner Bock in the beer fridge.

Also Golden Monkey is very good.
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Philly here, got a 6 pack of Shiner Bock in the beer fridge.

Also Golden Monkey is very good.
Golden Monkey is awesome!
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Old 08-27-2013, 02:06 PM   #48
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Gotta ask, where's the love for the dark stuff? My favorite types of beer are stouts, porters and IPA's, in that order. To address the original post about fall beers I had a very good one recently for the first time: Red Hook Pumpkin Porter, highly recommended.

I also offer this short list of some of the best craft breweries in the country:
Russian River, Dogfish Head, Stone, Firestone Walker, Founders, Lagunitas, and Rogue (note this is not intended to be a complete list by any means).

Enjoy whatever it is you're sipping!
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Old 08-27-2013, 04:12 PM   #49
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Michelob Genuine Draft or Bud light...I'm not into the "designer" beers of "fu fu" flavors...
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I couldn't tell a Gobles from a premium beer but lately I have been buying Blue Moon and no idea why but one now and then tastes good
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Not much better than Tadcaster Porter and Spaten Optimator....

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I couldn't tell a Gobles from a premium beer but lately I have been buying Blue Moon and no idea why but one now and then tastes good
If you like Blue Moon try a Hoegaarden (think it is pronounced "who garden") it is the Wit beer all Wit beers are modeled after.
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If you like Blue Moon try a Hoegaarden (think it is pronounced "who garden") it is the Wit beer all Wit beers are modeled after.
The misses and I love Blue Moon so we might just do that. It looks like it's pronounce "hoe-garden".
On a side note I did the Boston Brewery tour last year and it was really cool to see how these guys do things. Plus the free samples didn't hurt.
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The misses and I love Blue Moon so we might just do that. It looks like it's pronounce "hoe-garden".
On a side note I did the Boston Brewery tour last year and it was really cool to see how these guys do things. Plus the free samples didn't hurt.
If you like Blue Moon, you'll LOVE Hoegaarden. Don't forget the orange slice!
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My personal Mexican favorite is Noche Buena (Christmas Eve) bock beer. They brew it every year and it has a slightly different personality each season. Very smooth and when it's gone, that's it for that year.
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I am typically a hop head but lately have been drinking more Pale Ales. Being from Colorado, I'm a bit spoiled by all the micro brews around the state. Some favorites of mine come from Great Divide Brewing, Oskar Blues and Bristol Brewing.
In the Fall and Winter I roll over in to some stouts like the Yeti line from Great Divide and the Milk Stout from Left Hand Brewery and Winter Warlock from Bristol.
It's also fun to get a bunch of the different Pumpkin Beers in Bombers (20-24oz) and have people over for sampling.
Samuel Adams does make some fine beers, have to agree with other postings on that. Sierra Nevada also has some great beers!
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