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    Stella Artois is the best beer by far!

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    Quote Originally Posted by AceGoodheart View Post
    Anything leinenkugel's except the vanilla porter, can't stand too many stouts/porters......
    Lol why dont you put a vagina in your drink, why dont you like stouts?
    I wash my hands until the water burns

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    anything that's not American I guess

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    I've grown a taste for the Tyskie, but there is never really a huge range of options in my locality.
    So what happened between you and this Renwick customer?

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    I am from Portland Oregon, so I am very VERY Spoiled with all the good beers and breweries around here.

    Anyways it depends on the season. Here are only a few:

    Tongerlo is my favorite Belgium Ale (Belgium)
    Jubebale Ale is my favorite Xmas ale (Bend, Or)
    Bridgport IPA is my favorite IPA (PDX)
    Schöfferhofer is my favorite Hefe (Germany)
    Rolling Rock is my favorite Lager (Mid-West)
    Fat Tire is my favorite Amber (Co)

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    Quote Originally Posted by zEmini View Post
    Jubebale Ale is my favorite Xmas ale (Bend, Or)
    Damn I love Jubelale. Deschutes brews some fantastic stuff in general.

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    So I finally got to try Heady Topper. Fantastic beer. Probably my favorite now. Very hoppy, very aromatic, just amazing all around. I can see why it's Beer Advocates #1. Now, I just need to find someone who live in Vermont who would ship more to me......

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    Quote Originally Posted by stuartj1992 View Post
    Tripel Karmeliet is godly, one of my favourite beers. Belgian beer in general is phenomenal.

    Have you tried the Rochefort Trappistes beers? They're to die for, especially the 8 and 10 versions.
    So much this. The 10 is worth the price, it's glory in a bottle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Radux View Post
    My favorite that I've brewed thus far (even though I'm very much a hop head) is an Imperial Oatmeal Creme Stout, with a slight hint of Cacao. I call it Mudder's Milk (yay everyone who get reference).

    Radux... one of these days I'm going to come meet you and we're going to brew a delicious Belgian Strong Ale together and then get absolutely knockered.

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    Coors light (poor college kid)

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    The best beers I've ever tasted were local beers in and around the city Ghent (Belgium). As far as beer available in shops here, my favorites are Frydenlund draught and Heineken.
    Quote Originally Posted by Wesneed View Post
    The Ashpole?

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    Tuborg, the beer of danish kings!
    “The north still reeks of undeath. Our homelands lay in ruin. Pandaria oozes our hatred and doubt. What hope is there for this world when the Burning Legion again lands upon our shores?” - Eric Thibeau

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    Newcastle brown, guinness or something like bishops finger or fursty ferret. But waggledance (a honey beer) is my all time favourite beer

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    Quote Originally Posted by uggorthaholy View Post
    Radux... one of these days I'm going to come meet you and we're going to brew a delicious Belgian Strong Ale together and then get absolutely knockered.
    I hope you have a solid 2 weeks available, then!

    From Brew Day to Kegging Day (or bottling; whatever -- I keg) will take about that long.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seani View Post
    Lol why dont you put a vagina in your drink, why dont you like stouts?
    Read before insulting. Can't stand too many as in there are some I like.....I'm a hard liquor drinker btw, beer is pretty much juice to me, but I'll put that to the test when or if I get my hands on a dogfish...

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    Had one of these over the weekend



    Lots of flavor. Not an everyday beer, but worth a taste.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xindralol View Post
    anything that's not American I guess
    That's a pretty weird sentiment. There's many amazing beers from the US and many awful beers from other countries.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nbm02ss View Post
    So I finally got to try Heady Topper. Fantastic beer. Probably my favorite now. Very hoppy, very aromatic, just amazing all around. I can see why it's Beer Advocates #1. Now, I just need to find someone who live in Vermont who would ship more to me......
    Depending where you're at, you can find it out of the local market occasionally. I grabbed a couple cans in DC. Big markup and only two cans allotted per customer, but still.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pacox View Post
    Had one of these over the weekend



    Lots of flavor. Not an everyday beer, but worth a taste.
    That looks excellent. I'll have to track some down.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xindralol View Post
    anything that's not American I guess
    http://www.justabeergeek.com/the-fiz...can-beer-suck/

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    My everyday beer is Sierra Nevada Pale Ale, but I throw in DFH 60-Minute IPA once and a while to keep it interesting. As far as macro beers are concerned, I typically go with Guinness, especially when choices are limited. (And even though Guinness Draught is tasty, the Guinness Foreign Extra is really where it's at!)

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