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  1. #21
    mmmmm Hoegaarden its a good one.

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    Guiness on tap ONLY
    Sam Adams Boston lager, seasonal brews are nice as well
    Linenkugels honey wheat.
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    And that Chicago favorite Old Style....do not knock it unless you've tried it on tap when it's fresh. Actually got a pint off the bottom of the finish tank when I took a tour of the brewery during the Taste when I was 22.
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  4. #24
    Quote Originally Posted by uggorthaholy View Post
    With you on the Rogue Hazelnut for sure.

    My Favorites -

    Gulden Draak
    Achel
    Rochefort
    Omegaang Three Philosophers
    you all are making me so thirsty right now.
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    Sam Adams is my favorite main stream.

    But I do enjoy a good German beer. Just can't really name one right now.

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    Gambrinus
    Staropramen
    Bernard
    Krušovice
    Kozel
    Bráník 12° ... almost all beers from our czech breweries are yummy.
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  7. #27
    It's a tie for me between:

    Bell's Hopslam
    Stone's Oak Aged Arrogant Bastard Ale

    At least until I get my hands on some Pliney the Elder and Pliney the Younger.

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    Quote Originally Posted by uggorthaholy View Post
    With you on the Rogue Hazelnut for sure.

    My Favorites -

    Gulden Draak
    Achel
    Rochefort
    Omegaang Three Philosophers
    OMG Three Philosophers is amazing.

    Hoegarden (i like one with a slice of orange and one without)
    New Castle
    Guiness (any kind)
    Sam Adam's Octoberfest or any other decent octoberfest brew
    Dos Equis amber with a lime
    Anything that seems interesting i havent tried yet, i love to try new brews.

    I also love to go to Taco Mac and sample brews i havent had yet, the one closest to me has 48 different beers on tap and 150+ different bottled beer. They also have random beer days from time to time where they take huge metal tubs of beer they no longer sale or are getting rid of and for 2 bucks if you dont care you can get a random beer. I got an $11 Midas Touch muscadine beer one time from it and it was baller. They also have the "Brewniversity" where depending on how many different beers you have tried you get various rewards, im only 17 beers from my personalized leather jacket.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nbm02ss View Post
    At least until I get my hands on some Pliney the Elder and Pliney the Younger.
    Do want so much. They operate only a few hours away from where I live. Come winter break, I'm making the trip up there.
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    Anything from Unibroue (canada) is pretty good, especially La Fin Du Monde and Trois Pistoles.

    Ommegang is another great, as Three Philosopher's is my favorite beer.

    Other honorable mentions are Ayinger, Great Lakes Brew Co., Stone, Dogfish Head, Chimay and Rogue. Most anything from these breweries is quite good.
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    my buddy made a homebrew last year that had strong chocolate, nut, and jalapeno notes. it was amazing

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    Stone IPA
    Hoegaarden
    Spaten Octoberfest

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    Ice cold Red Stripe in those awesome Stubby brown Bottles.

    Cheers all!

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    Anything made by Dogfish Head or any microbreweries in the USA/Germany/Ireland.


    If its an IPA, pilsner, seasonal, or wheat beer....Ill drink it!


    I also like Sam Adams beers and Leinenkugal Sunset Wheat.
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    Why dont we start complaining about how M&Ms should be color coded while we're at it?
    Or how it should be called a Burger with Cheese because Cheeseburger is misleading?

  16. #36
    i went to Long Beach california where i had Hemp Beer and a burger it was the best beer that i have ever drank it went amazing well with the food

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    Should also mention, maybe once a week when the weekend starts i'll grab a 6 pack (ish) and usually a tallie of some random beer i've never had before just to see what it's like, anyone else do that?

  18. #38
    Westvleteren 12
    Rochefort 10
    Delerium Tremens
    Saison Dupont

  19. #39
    Quote Originally Posted by -staticfire- View Post
    Should also mention, maybe once a week when the weekend starts i'll grab a 6 pack (ish) and usually a tallie of some random beer i've never had before just to see what it's like, anyone else do that?
    I do the same thing when i go to Taco Mac.......they have so many beers. If you added up all the ones ive had even before i joined their beer club ive had i would say 470+ different types of beer over the years.

  20. #40
    Sierra Nevada Pale Ale... the one fantastic beer that can be found at virtually any convenience store so I don't need to drive all over the place.

    But when I find it, I love me some Rogue Dead Guy Ale

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