Lonestar longnecks in a galvanized washtub full of chipped ice! Now that's a BBQ favorite! The beer fridge is in the garage and it always near full with a hodgepodge of beers. I had to buy a new fridge for the house last month and move the old one to the garage to hang meat in ROFLMAO. So now there is two in the house and two in the garage, is that ridiculous or what!
I used to like a NE beer called Rolling Rock but have not seen any lately. Had these ity bity green wide mouth bottles.
Let us not forget the service years of Pabst Blue Ribbon, "red necks white socks and blue ribbon beer".
South of the border its Pacifico or DosEquis, LOL if there is no alcohol to kill those little bugs, I ain't drinking it!
Buddy makes a honey cherry mead not too sure if that rates as a beer. Me, I am more a bubbly kinda drink guy these days, if I am gonna put the time into making something.
I found a microbrewery in Cleveland (its a long story), they had the best oatmeal stout I ever tasted. They couldn't believe I could drink that much stout and walk out. LOL City folks......go figure.
I usually go for a pale or red beer, there is an excellent micro brewery downtown Birmingham (I will add the Al. So our friend across the pond don't think its from the islands).
Oh yeah, red beer (Beer and tomato juice), I spent a year in Greensboro NC one weekend drinking that stuff on a brand new KZ900 by pools and creeks too numerous to remember. Its amazing we live thru our youth.
Booze is not like it used to be with me. Now when I have a drink, its an event. Back when I used to drink, it was less than water. Thinking now is better, Its damn sure cheaper!