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Not old enough to buy/drink beer.
I have seen this thread topic before... But that would probably have to be necro'd to make it again, so I will contribute here
I cannot choose one favorite beer. There are entirely too many that I have had that I love to choose only one.
Ommegang Three Philosophers, Stone Ruination, Dogfish Head 90 minute IPA, Great Lakes Burning River, Rogue Double Dead Guy, Samuel Smith's Nut Brown Ale, Delirium Nocturnum, Celebrator Dopplebock, Aventinus, and Unibroue La Fin Du Monde are all go to beers for me.
I have had 400+ different beers from all over the world, so it is quite difficult to choose one favorite.
Not longer a drinker but when I was
#2 Alexander Kieth's
#3 James Ready
And for light beers...
Honorable mentions to some horrible beer, but got the job done after tuition payments.
#1 Colt 45
#2 Old English
...and some beers I drank because of cheap deals at bars etc.
Last edited by iadamson; 2012-11-07 at 08:02 AM.
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Desperados or Corona.
1. Yuengling Lager
2. Rolling Rock
4. Blue Moon
"Wine was invented by the Romans... for orgies. And orgies are not too much fun if no-one wants to do it with you."
"What the heck you gonna do if you're on a picnic and have an ice cream and the ants crawl on the ice cream, what are you gonna do? You're gonna eat the ants because it's made out of protein."
For your health.
Afraid to read this thread...all too often annoyed/saddened by the state of humanity by the all too common poor taste in beer...
Heartened by some good ones...then saw a Colt 45.
Anyways some of mine:
Chimay Trappist Ales, any (belgian)
Unibroue Maudite, La Fin du Monde (Canadian)
Paulaner Salvator (German)
I tend to like the heavier german/belgian beers. Can't stand IPA/hoppy beers which a lot of americans seem to like.
Last edited by tachycardias; 2012-11-07 at 11:01 PM.
There's so many good beers, it's hard to pick one favorite...
For sake of not taking fifteen minutes to post a reply, I'll just say Stone Brewing Company's Sublimely Self-Righteous Ale.
Here here to Guinness, or a personal Homebrew. A simple Hefeweizen with nothing special to it still kicks more butt than regular beers.
will second la fin, it's happiness in a glass for me.
Blue Moon (with an orange slice)