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post #181 of 191
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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.

Here is an oddity for you. I have Welsh/English genealogy.  I prefer English ales. I love IPAs, porters, stouts.  My wife has german genealogy and she has an affinity for Belgium and german beers. She likes bock, Hefeweizen, pilsner, and lager. Go figure.

post #182 of 191

Craft beer abounds down under but output so small it won't ever get to the USA.

Young Henry's because its brewed 10 minutes from my house & on tap at the BBQ joint Bovine & Swine.

Recently discovered Hitachino Nest from Japan ,range of beers cost to much but I cant take beer  or $ to heaven or hell. 

Its got quite a back story brewed a few hours north of Tokyo. I am in Tokyo in January & they have a brewery bar not far from the fish market so I will be in there like a rat up a drainpipe.

Yebisu is also nice especially their dark ale. Owned by Sapporo.

Coopers still my choice of bigger company beer . 

post #183 of 191

So far no mention of Schell's  in New Ulm Minnesota but its probably due to a limited area in the North Central US that its available.  If I have to choose it would be the Dark or the Deer Brand. I recently was at the Octoberfest held in New Ulm and toured the Brewery. 155 years old, second oldest family owned brewery in the US.

post #184 of 191
Give me a coors or a Budweiser any day.
post #185 of 191
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So far no mention of Schell's  in New Ulm Minnesota but its probably due to a limited area in the North Central US that its available.  If I have to choose it would be the Dark or the Deer Brand. I recently was at the Octoberfest held in New Ulm and toured the Brewery. 155 years old, second oldest family owned brewery in the US.
have had August Schells and it is not bad. Worst part of outdated cans... I live in central WI so we have it available and I am always trying new beer bUT only got 1 good flavored/tasting beers. I didn't mind the maibock. My favorite draft is yuengling and I'll drink that whenever I'm near and bring some bottles home. I love new Glarus beers and recommend if your close come try them. Stone Arch Scottish Ale is my favorite local city brewery beer.
Cheers
post #186 of 191

Anchor Brewing's - Liberty Ale

Sam Adams - Boston Lager

Guinness draft

 

Cold beer while watching the thermometer on my smoker :)

 

Granbubba

post #187 of 191
Shiner out of Texas makes a bunch of go to beers
post #188 of 191
I'm generally drinking what I have on tap. Currently I have a Brett Saison, Centennial IPA (using my homegrown hops), a rauchbier, and a cream ale.

I have a mini fridge stocked with random stuff. Usually Sierra Nevada's Pale ale, and Miller Lite can always be found in there.

post #189 of 191

1. Tioga-Sequoia Brewing. Favorites are Half Dome wheat, Fire fall Red Ale & Smoke Chaser Cherry Wood Smoked Barley Wine.

2. Sam Adams. Love Cherry wheat.

3. Ballast point, Stone & Firestone

4. Last resort Budweiser, Coors Light & Rolling rock.

 

Love micro brews, except for the spicy stouts.

I've got 6 pork butts this weekend, going to pick up couple breakfast brews.:sausage:

post #190 of 191
Living in Southcentral PA, I love a good dark porter/ale. ABC's Scottish Ale and the Warehouse Bistro's (Hanover, PA) Screaming Peacock are tough to beat. If you're ever in the area, check them out. Both breweries have some other good beers and food. Definitely worth it!
post #191 of 191

Every day beer is Miller High Life....

 

Special Beer is Sierra Nevada Pale Ale.....

 

I drink it all though..

 

I'm not saying no to a cold one.................... 

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