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post #141 of 151
Originally Posted by Ocean82 View Post

Beer is a gift to mankind. It's time to celebrate it.

What's your favorite style?
I like the Darker Ales(reds and browns) and most wheat beers

What's your favorite drinking beer? The one that is in my hand! That is what beer is your go to beer for a session of drinking?
Tough one to say, depends on the day. Usually a Rickards Red, If I can find it a Newcastle Brown or Waterloo Dark.

What's your all time favorite special occasion beer?
I really like Greatlakes Brewing Company Winter Ale, or the Granville Island Maple Ale.

My favorite styles have to be Belgian ales and hefeweissens. My cheap go to is Yuengling or Franziskaner Dunkelweiss if my wallet is fat that day. My all time favorite is either Gulden Draak or Chimay Blue.


Sadly, the best beer I ever tasted was a can of Molson Canadian served at river water temperature after a week of wilderness river paddling in Northen Ontario into James Bay.
post #142 of 151
I like the dark brown ales. Newcastle Brown Ale, Fat Tire Amber Ale, Sam Adams Boston Lager, & Starr Hill Amber Ale (from Charlottesville, Va) are my favorites.
post #143 of 151

It's so hard to list my favorite beers. A lot of the time it depends on my preference at the time. But just to name a few that come to mind first:


Firestone Walker Parabola

Firestone Walker Double Jack

Prairie Artisan Ales BOMB!

Jester King Whiskey Barrel Rodeo

Jester King Atrial Rubicite

Founders Breakfast Stout

Founders Kentucky Breakfast Stout

Founders Imperial Stout

Lagunitas Sucks

Stone Enjoy By

Goose Island Bourbon County Coffee Stout

Goose Island Bourbon County Brand Stout

(512) Whiskey Barrel Double Pecan Porter

Austin Beerworks Heavy Machinery Double IPA

Alesmith Speedway Stout



And the list goes on... Beer & Cooking are two huge hobbies of mine.

post #144 of 151
Winter time I like a nice Guinness, when summer hits I love a nice Sam Adams Boston, fat tire,or a good ole corona will dp
post #145 of 151
The one that's in my hand, currently a Samuel Adams Belgian Session.... It's in the new Samuel Adams Spring Sampler Pack.... I gotta try em all ya know, would not be fair to not give em all a fair shot !! laugh1.gif
post #146 of 151
Long trail double bag when I have a few extra bucks. Otherwise Budweiser
post #147 of 151

I have a few, changes by season and/or what I'm doing.


The usual cast that is always in the fridge:  Budweiser, Bud Select, Bud Ice, or MGD (it varies by mood or what's on sale).


And I experiment with the specialty beers as well, current favs:  Leinenkugel Summer Shandy or Orange Shandy (also always in the fridge, varies by season).


Others include Blue Moon and Sam Adam's.  Plus the new Miller Fortune is damn tasty.

post #148 of 151
My favorite daily beer is yuengling, but being that I'm in WA, I drink stone, rogue, and Elysian for the most part for bottled beers. Stone smoker porter, rogue red, Elysian red ipa. Those are my top 3.
For drafts pullalup river brewery is the best brew house I have ever been to.
post #149 of 151
Yuengling I had for the first time when I was visiting boston. Drank it every opportunity I had since I can't get it here in WI.
I try lots different styles. I do really like the Sam Adams Cold Snap but since it's a seasonal I need to change styles. I'll have some Honey Brown from NY which is nice and smooth and also have found Longboard and Big Wave to be good new beers for around here. We have lots of leinies and they are in the house during the summer months.
Yuengling needs to make their way here!
post #150 of 151
Hoponius Union is a fantastic brew if you can get , buy it .

Jolly good .

Cheers ,
post #151 of 151

I have been loving Clown Shoe's beers; especially Tramp Stamp. If I want dark and rich, gotta have a Rasputin RIS.

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