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    Smile your favorite beer!

    what is your favorite beer?

    in my opinion Hertog Jan is the best!

    so post your favorite beer!

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    Too hard to pick just one.

    Stout - Founder's Kentucky Breakfast Stout, Goose Island Bourbon County Stout, or Firestone-Walker Parabola

    Belgian - St. Bernardus Abt. 12, Ommegang Abbey Ale, or Van Ge Garre

    IPA - Alchemist Heady Topper or Russian River Pliny the Elder

    Sour - Russian River Supplication or New Belgium La Folie

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    Harviestoun "Ola Dubh"

    Translates to "Black Oil" and is matured in the same casks as Highland Park's 40 year scotch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rahirn View Post
    Harviestoun "Ola Dubh"

    Translates to "Black Oil" and is matured in the same casks as Highland Park's 40 year scotch.
    I desire this! Any idea if it's available in the States? I haven't seen it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spectral View Post
    I desire this! Any idea if it's available in the States? I haven't seen it.
    Yes, I live on the East Coast. A buddy of mine bought it for me for my birthday this past summer. I think he said he got it at a Total Wine in Atlanta, Georgia? I could be wrong. Visit their website <www.harviestoun.com> and see if you can find one.

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    Asahi japanese beer! omg it makes all the fat chicks look ever so beautiful and asian!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rahirn View Post
    Yes, I live on the East Coast. A buddy of mine bought it for me for my birthday this past summer. I think he said he got it at a Total Wine in Atlanta, Georgia? I could be wrong. Visit their website <www.harviestoun.com> and see if you can find one.
    Ah, thanks! I'm in the area of a few Total Wines in VA, so there's a decent shot of getting one there. Woo!

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    Im loving Belgian Wheat ale's right now. Most Anything but IPA's are good to me... man i can't stand them

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    My favorite cascadian dark ale:
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    I'm a cider fan, but I don't mind having a Fosters. Dull, I know :P

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    Labatt Blue
    Dos Equis Amber
    Killian's Irish Red

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    Guinness, there's no substitute. Well ok Murphys will go in a pinch.
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    Timothy Taylor's Landlord

    and

    Guinness

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    Depends on several factors... like weather, mood, season of the year and so on.
    But Thomas Hardy's Ale is probably a beer I would never say no to. Mikkeller/Three Floyds Oatgoop is another one.
    A nice kriek fron Cantillon or Boon, a fresh american pale ale from Sierra Nevada... can keep going for hours.
    Since I started working in the brewing industry, my beer consumption fell down several levels. When you have your face in hopped wort all day, or have green beer or yeast cover all your clothes and hair, you don't really feel like drinking

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    Carlsberg special brew

    The drink of the gods and tramps alike lol

    but seriously i love me a nice glass of bitter or a cool glass of lager on a warm sunny day

    i have no preference on who makes it tbh

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    Choosing one is like asking what child do you love more? You love them all but differently and for different reasons... same with beer! :P

    Black Watch
    Ricards Red Dark
    Guiness

    But this fall I would have to say I have been enjoying Rickards Red : cardigan (great fall beer...love the spice after taste)

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    west-vleeteren bier(hard to get belgian abbey beer even un belgium)
    but most of the time i drink OMERhttp://www.omer.be/en/5-generations
    for 2 major reason the last one
    it tastes good and its beer from the town im born in

    but to be honest you can never go wrog with any belgian beer
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    Tuborg’s Christmas! Right now, at least. I am not the great beer-taster, usually just drink Tuborg, Carlsberg, and the cheap, but great, flasks from the local store.

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    tennent's super is best

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