I thought the subject line said favorite bear lol. But heck, i like beer so I guess I will participate .
I love Bitter and Twisted. Hands down favorite.
But outside of import I enjoy Blue Moon and Rolling Rock. And a few local brews are always nice.
I have really enjoyed this:
as of late. I like the same brewery's IPA very much as well.
"Laws should be made of iron, not of pudding."
“A good act does not wash out the bad, nor a bad act the good. Each should have its own reward.”
- King Stannis Baratheon
Guinness! Stella or Grasshopper make a close second
So good to be an ant who crawls atop a spinning rockCurrently playing: Bioshock 2,Far Cry 3
Guinness by far, with Kilkenny a good second place. Atm due to painmeds can't drink either though Oh how I yearn you, o' perfectly poured Guinness.
WBMA - Leave our beards alone
Grolsch when I'm in Holland, and Karhu here in Finland. Currently can't sadly drink either.
I used to be a long time drinker, but then gave it up in favor of something that actually elicited some flavor. Of the root beers available in the US, I prefer Barqs. A&W is ok, but doesn't have the same kick that Barq's does.
I would. however, LOVE to actually try a REAL sarsaparilla, if for no other reason than to compare it to the current root beers. They seem to be intertwined after all.
I really enjoy singha and red stripe, and kilkenny and guinnes (sometimes) hmm there are way too many beer that have yet to been drunk by me
Oh banana and chocolate beer are nice german beers
I usually go straight for Sam Adams. It's one of the few American beers that isn't distilled horse piss.
If a video game developer removed tumors from players, they'd whine about nerfing their loss in weight and access to radiation powers. -Cracked.com
Imaginative beer has to be my favorite if anything.
I have a few favourites, depending on what I'm in the mood for.
Abby 1554 from new belgium brewery, one of the best i've ever tasted.
Please man, educate yourself. The abomination you described wouldn't even be allowed to be sold under the name "beer" here.