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post #161 of 187
Pabst Blue Ribbon. If I don't have that I drink whiskey. I'm a die hard.
post #162 of 187

Lagunitas Little Sumpin' Sumpin'


post #163 of 187
Dont have a favorite, am a bit of a beer snob. but my "go to" is pizza port (san diego) swamis ipa. Great ipa always fresh at store and best bang for buck to boot. Generally about 11.99 a 6 pack of pints...cant beat it
post #164 of 187

Labatt Blue Light

Miller Lite

Those are my two favs, but I can drink most any beer that's cold

post #165 of 187
Thread Starter 

I can't understand why IPAs are so popular. I can't stand the taste. I am typically a Lager guy, but in recent years (since making this post), I have started to enjoy some darker brews, especially Porters. 

post #166 of 187
It took me a handful of times to ease into ipas. First two times out of bittle hated them. Took cicerone certification (beer server) classes at work and learned about which hops give what qualities. Some hoppy lagers then began enjoying ipas. Now a fanatic.

I love barrel aged beers too. A bourbon barrel aged stout is heavenly...but at $15 to dont even wnt to say, theyre a special occasion beer for me
post #167 of 187
I guess im just a boring ole budweiser guy, lol.
post #168 of 187
I still drink bud...but grab a banquet more often since my departure from AB...lol wearing it today though
post #169 of 187

Rogue Hazelnut Chocolate stout, Ciders(I know not beer), something cold of quality, But in no way a corona nasty stuff.

post #170 of 187

Don`t be a hater but in this order. 


1. Free Bud Light

2. Standard price Bud Light

3. Expensive Bud light

4. Expensive Bud Light I have to drive a long way to get.

post #171 of 187

Fuller's ESB

Founder's Dirty Bastard


Sierra Nevada Pale Ale




post #172 of 187

My daughter works for a distributor and my beer fridg. is over flowing with IPA`s and other stuff. If you live close to me stop by and have all you want to try. That is a sincere offer if you are close to Boonville In. She brings things home after promos. It was OK at first because my friends could keep up but now I only have a small hole for my Bud Light. I don`t like the other stuff but I am not going to throw beer away!

post #173 of 187

I've been brewing beer for over 20 years. I'm a bit of a seasonal beer drinker. I like porters and stouts in the winter, blonde and pale ales in the summer. My overall favorites are IPAs. I drink them year round and more than any other style. 

post #174 of 187
I love the 2 month window for stout weather here
post #175 of 187

Tried Pinedrops ipa by Deschutes last night, goof stuff. Hop Hunter has become my go to beer for the spring and summer. With fall coming I will start drink rye beers with a switch to porters and stouts as the weather gets colder. Some of my favorites



Sierra Nevada Hop Hunter

Founders Centennial

Southern Tier 2XIPA

Stone Ruination

Sierra Nevada Torpedo


Rye Ales:

Founders Red's Rye

Southern Tier 2XRye

Sierra Nevada Ruthless Rye



Founders Porter

Smuttynose Robust Porter



Southern Tier 2XStout

North Coast Old Rasputin

Southern Tier Choklat

post #176 of 187

You don't put your location in your sig so it's hard to know what's local to you and what might be hard to find, but any beer from this brewery is top shelf:



post #177 of 187

@m00se I live in central illinois. Ive never heard of that brewery. I am in a rural area so I have to drive a distance to get any decent beers. I am going to take a look and see what I can find. Thanks for the tip.

post #178 of 187
Thread Starter 

I'm kind of proud that this thread is going strong for five years now lol

post #179 of 187
Originally Posted by thedood View Post

@m00se I live in central illinois. Ive never heard of that brewery. I am in a rural area so I have to drive a distance to get any decent beers. I am going to take a look and see what I can find. Thanks for the tip.

Tell your beer guy to source whatever beer you're interested in. Chances are, there'll be other folks just as interested as you are and it's a win/win for everybody.

post #180 of 187

There are very few beers I've found that I don't like.  A well crafted brew is usually good to me.  I may prefer one over another in a certain situation,but I just like the taste of beer.

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