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What is your favorite beer?

For me, first is Sierra Nevada Pale Ale and a close second is Bass Ale.

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Re: What is your favorite beer?

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For me, first is Sierra Nevada Pale Ale and a close second is Bass Ale.
The best beer is FREE beer!

When I have to pay for it.. Paul Aner (sp?), Amstel Light, Heineken. When I'm out in the city: Corona or Miller Lite (cheaper).

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my favorite beer is

Hacker-Schorr brau weiss poured over a center slice of lemon!

YYUUUMMMMMM!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!B E E R.

If i'm out with the boys in the yard its a Bud Light.
Brothers house its Old Style.

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Pabst Blue Ribbon
PBR me ASAP! Umm, maybe not.

I also dig any HefeWeissen. Hacker Schorr, etc. With a lemon wedge, naturally.

The reds and lighter beers mainly. Not too fond of guiness and darker beers, too filling for me.

The only Polish beer I've had was pretty bitter. Of course, it was at the National Restaurant Association show and fell under the 'free' category, so I can't complain.

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Blue moon.
Anything dark, new castle, guiness,

Most of the time its just Miller lite or bud light

Anything I can bring to a party and know that my beer wont be drank And If it is I know who is drinking it.

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Newcastle if i had a choice. but i'll drink almost any beer thrown at me.
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Labatts Blue
or Red Tail Ale

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Harp's! Labatt's Blue is damn good too.
I'll be needing a lot of that tonight, girl dumps me today, and my pick up truck is stolen today.
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the king of beers BUDWIESER

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BUDWEISER.i guess i needed my little reminder

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I am a Miller lite fan. Hell I even have it on tap on my garage. Ocasionally I will have a budwieser just for a change.




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Thanx Favorednation, I was wondering what a "Black and Tan" was. Gotta try that.

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<------------Loves to drink Miller Lite like water. (is it water? )

I do enjoy corona, heinekin (SP?)(go figure...I'm dutch ) and an occasional Guinness if I'm in the right mood.

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Quote:
Originally posted by GroverSV650S

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I also dig any HefeWeissen. Hacker Schorr, etc. With a lemon wedge, naturally.
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Is no one going to correct these gross misspelling??? Its Hacker-Pschorr.

My personal list of favorites is long and varied and depends mainly on the season, if I'm eating with it or not, and where I'm at.

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My personal list of favorites is long and varied and depends mainly on the season, if I'm eating with it or not, and where I'm at.
That's true.....and the more I drink the less I care

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My personal list of favorites is long and varied and depends mainly on the season, if I'm eating with it or not, and where I'm at.
Yeah me too.

Lets see for summer spring fall and winter. I prefer a nice cold miller lite. Now if I'm eating while drinking I might spice it up a bit and go with an ice cold miller lite. Depending on if I'm at a beer garden type place or a regular bar, I will usually go with a Miller lite.




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My taste varies a bit with the season, type of food, etc. but a few are:

Guiness
Harp
Sam Adams
Anchor
Boulder
Dixie
Weinkeller
Goose Island
Assorted micro-brews.
Molson
Becks

I will drink but don't much care for mass-produced "American" beer and I really don't care for light beer of any kind. Many of the canned and bottled beers have preservatives to increase their shelf life that will contribute to a headache.

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for me it depends on my mood and how much cash i want to dish out.
the beer of choice right now is Harp. Blue Moon with the orange slice is next. then Amstel lite. next is Rolling Rock. and finally water...err, i mean Miller Lite. miller does go down really smoothly....just like water.

mmmmmmm beeeer!

oh yeah, but NEVER when i'm on the bike!
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Weinkeller

Is that from the brewery in Westmont. If so that stuff is really good. Haven't been to the Wenkeller in a while.

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Is that from the brewery in Westmont. If so that stuff is really good. Haven't been to the Wenkeller in a while.
yes it is that brewery, and yes that beer is good. I havent been there in years.

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