Guinness and Corona are pretty good.
I usually only have Guinness with something that's been grilled though, the aftertaste is killer with anything else. I wish somewhere local had it on tap.
Red Stripe all the way!
Falcon, Swedish beer at its best.
The best beer is not ''normal'' beer.
It's fassbier! Don't really remenber how to say this in english (drought bear?)
Drink it in Maß in Münchner Oktoberfest at Löwebrau tent....you'll be blown away i swear.
Lately I have been drinking a variety of beers from Ninkasi Brewing. The Total Domination IPA is fantastic. But overall I would say that the Stone Bastard and Ruination are my favs
those and the others from this brewery.
but after working on a hot day there is nothing better than a dark hefeweizen
I guess I'm not allowed to drink alchohol as a 13yr old boy but sometimes I go and buy me some 0.7% cider! I've yet been stopped from doing so.
The only real beer I've drunken was a bottle o'Guiness. 7,5%.
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Usually: Icky, Guinness, Amstel, Anchor Steam, and anything from Rogue.
I don't like beer normally, but anything I've had made by Mack Bryggeri has been pretty darn good.
I feel sorry for the East coast U.S., there are so many top notch smaller breweries in the West...why is that? Anywhoo if you want a good IPA (I absolutely hate 99% of all IPA's) try Modus Hoperandi from SKA Brewing Co., they also make a top notch porter in a single called Nefarious Ten Pin Imperial Porter.
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The local brewery's stout. Damn good. Worldwide I like Corona - mainly to get drunk.