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    The 'favorite beer' thread.

    Don't gimme any of that 'no personal threads' bullshit. This isn't one of those sissy-ass 'marital status' ones. This is a man's thread! 8)

    I'm always down for trying a new beer or three, so I thought I'd see what you guys like.

    The instructions are simple: list your favorite beer and tell something about it.

    PS. Don't shit in this thread (I will moderate hardcore on your asses).



    My Favorite:



    Beer: Dead Guy Ale
    Brewery: Rogue Brewery (Newport, OR)
    Description: "Dead Guy is a German-style Maibock made with Rogue's proprietary "PacMan" ale yeast. It is deep honey in color with a malty aroma, rich hearty flavor and a well balanced finish. Dead Guy is created from Northwest Harrington, Klages, Maier Munich and Carastan malts, along with Perle and Saaz Hops."

    Interesting history:
    "In the early 1990s Dead Guy Ale was created as a private tap sticker to celebrate the Mayan Day of the Dead (November 1st, All Souls Day) for Casa U Betcha in Portland, Oregon."

    http://www.rogue.com
    Originally posted by Gruelius
    and i do not know what bugg brakes are.

    #2
    lately, I have been drinking this, almost exclusively:




    mmmmmmm
    My mountains are better than yours.

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      #3
      Molson, of any variety (Ice, Golden, etc).

      Moosehead.

      Corona.

      Can't beat 'em.

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        #4
        Guinness or Samuel Smiths Oatmeal Stout.

        I need to find somd Fat Tire out here in SoCal.

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          #5
          Newcastle for me please:

          Dark and tasty beer, can't go wrong.

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            #6
            Summertime...

            So Corona has been the weapon of choice lately. And don't forget some lime! ;)

            Or Guiness. Met that when I went to Ireland a few year's back! First full beer I ever had!
            Mmmmmm

            EDIT:

            When I want to get completely trashed, my friends and I drink Coors Light.

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              #7
              import drinking pussies.


              PBR & High Life "exclusively"
              BEERTECH

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                #8
                Originally posted by LikeCDoos
                Newcastle for me please:

                Dark and tasty beer, can't go wrong.
                I saw that at the store today when I was picking up som Arrogant Bastard Ale. I'll have to give it a try.
                Originally posted by Gruelius
                and i do not know what bugg brakes are.

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                  #9
                  Guinness plain and simple. The hardest part is finding people who can pour it right.

                  If I want a "light" beer I drink Boulevard Unfiltered Wheat. Its a local brewery so its fresh wheat and damn fresh beer.

                  If you can see through it you are getting ripped off.
                  Im now E30less.
                  sigpic

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                    #10
                    $.99 for 24oz PBR, rip off my ass
                    BEERTECH

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                      #11
                      kokannee

                      hoegarden

                      becks

                      granville island brewery

                      ROBSON STREET HEFEWEIZEN
                      Summer Limited Release
                      This unfiltered wheat ale goes well with sizzling summer days, so find yourself a patio and pull up a chair. Enjoy Hefeweizen chilled in a tall, slim glass, and although our Brewmaster may scoff, a lemon wedge is the perfect accessory to the natural fruit flavours of this refreshing beer.

                      http://www.gib.ca/aleTale_seasonal.cfm

                      there seasonal beers kick ass...

                      i could list some more...lots of our mircobreweries kick ass in vancouver.
                      Cam .W '91 325is

                      Spaz's 1991 Alpine White???? S52 Build Thread...

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                        #12
                        Let's see Yuengling when I have money and the good old Natty or Beast when I don't, so mostly Natty or Beast.

                        Pete's Wicked Summer Ale should be hitting the shelfs pretty soon so that's gonna be the "when I got the cash" beer.

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                          #13
                          The 2 greatest beers on earth:

                          Samuel Smiths - any variety
                          Fuller's - either the ESB or Pale Ale

                          Drink a lot of local beer from Copper Brewery and Paper City.
                          Driving is the only way to go faster....

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                            #14
                            Originally posted by modifiede30
                            The 2 greatest beers on earth:

                            Samuel Smiths - any variety
                            Fuller's - either the ESB or Pale Ale

                            Drink a lot of local beer from Copper Brewery and Paper City.
                            Where can you get them? Are they local Mass brews?
                            Originally posted by Gruelius
                            and i do not know what bugg brakes are.

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                              #15
                              Samuel Smiths and Fullers are both English ales. Copper Brewery and Paper City are MA, at least I know Paper City is (Holyoke). You should be able to find them at any "good" beer store that has a decent collection. Paper City can be hard to find but Copper is around at most stores. Sam Smiths is easy but its expensive ($10 / 4 pack). Fuller's is about the same price but you get 6. Fullers is harder to find. Fuller's actually makes a Vintage Ale that's oak aged for a few years before distribution. I have a collection of 3 that start in 1999. Expensive ($30/3 pack), but well worth it (they're also liter bottles).
                              Driving is the only way to go faster....

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