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Favorite Beers. Impress your friends!

Discussion in 'Food Forum' started by Vitamin G, Jan 19, 2004.

  1. Vitamin G

    Vitamin G Got G?

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    I didn't see a thread like this already, so I figured I might start one. A bulk of my co-workers and I make it to a bar with 200some different beers each friday.
    (Please, this is about good tasting beer, not a "Holy crap I can get a 30pack for $7.99" thread. As an addictions counselor, I think ill get personally offended if it becomes so.)
    Some of the more interesting ones that I've tried...

    Samuel Smith Oatmeal Stout (English)
    Delirium Tremens - Kind of sick that it was named after alcohol withdrawl, but hey, its good!
    Guiness, of course
    Victory Devil Hop Pale ale

    Surely I hope to add more next week :)
     
  2. TomSplasky

    TomSplasky Encase Elegance

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    I'd have to pick some kind of Lager... not that I've ever.... had any... because thats illega.. *runs away*
     

  3. chevrofreak

    chevrofreak Senior Member

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    I would imagine Sam Adams Utopias MMII is a good beer.









    It damned sure better be since it costs $100 a bottle!
     
  4. D25

    D25 The Quick

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    Anything from Rogue.

    Guinness.

    Beamish, if I can ever find it on tap.

    Any good, hoppy IPA.
     
  5. bachchoy

    bachchoy Bond

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    noway

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    General Purpose beer for me;

    Warsteiner Dark
    Negra Modelo
    Bass Ale
    Fullers ESB
    Beck's Dark
    Sam Adam Winter ale
    Spaten Dark
    Redhook ESB

    Nothing domestic from the top 3 beers companies ( coors/bud/miller/ ) ;T
     
  7. jason10mm

    jason10mm NRA-GOA-TSRA

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    I hit up a bunch of American Stouts this weekend and found New Belgium 1554 to be fantastic, as is Sierra Nevada Stout (the Port was ok). Pyramid and Shiner make good Hefe-weizens. Many of the true Belgian Ales are way off the beer scale for me, just too complicated. Nostradamus and Delirum Nocturnum are good examples. Newcastle Brown and JW Dundee Honey Brown are good dark ambers.
     
  8. 23skidoo

    23skidoo Deceased

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    I'll stick with my Anchor Steam;Y
     
  9. jason10mm

    jason10mm NRA-GOA-TSRA

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    I had anchor steam yesterday, DAMN, that is a good brew!
     
  10. knuckle dragger

    knuckle dragger NSAWC

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    I don`t try to impress anyone..If your at my house my fridge has two selections.. Heineken and Budweiser (longnecks)..i have never had anyone turn either of these down..if you do.. i don`t care its just more beer for me..;f
     
  11. Roland-G23

    Roland-G23 STI Convert

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    Deschutes Black Butte Porter
    Widmer Hefeweizen
    Sam Adams Scotch Ale
    Anchor Steam
    Spaten Optimator
    Olde Heurich (Washington D.C.)
     
  12. mado

    mado

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    Ommegang Hennepin
    Flying Fish ESB
    Victory Hop Devil
    Guinness
     
  13. SomeGuyInAHat

    SomeGuyInAHat

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    I enjoy a lot of bottled beers, including, but not limited to:
    Michelob Amber Bock
    Fat Tire
    Anchor Steam
    Kilt Lifter
    Pyramid Heffeweizen

    But I'm lucky enough to have a Rock Bottom Brewery within walking distance of my house, and their handcrafted beers are the best.
     
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    {But I'm lucky enough to have a Rock Bottom Brewery within walking distance of my house,}

    you lucky dog! ;c
     
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    357

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    Guiness
    Young's Oatmeal Stout
    Young's Double Chocolate
    St. Pauli Girl Dark
    Heineken Dark
    Beck's Dark
     
  16. JOE MACK

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    When I drink (once in a blue moon) I like: Michelob Amber Bock, MGD, Shiner Bock, Anchor Steam, Cave Creek Chili Beer. Definitely not a beer snob.;c
     
  17. Cowgunner

    Cowgunner

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    Anything German or Irish........
     
  18. EuroGlock

    EuroGlock The Cavalier

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    Grolsch.... very good beer.
     
  19. Semper Glock

    Semper Glock

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    Markischer Landmann...

    ...that was served to me slightly cool from a tap in a hole-in-the-wall tavern located in the former East Berlin area. I've been looking for it ever since here in the states with no luck.
     
  20. Phil306

    Phil306

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    Oh easy:

    Chimay Grande Reserve
    Orval
    Fuller's ESB
    EKU 28
    Pilsner Urquell


    ;c ;c ;c