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post #21 of 25

I love Yuengling. Unfortunately I am in the People's Republik of Konnectikut.  No can ship.

post #22 of 25
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I see what you did there. Yeah, good thing.

 

Yuengling beer sounds better than ever!

 

Originally Posted by DaveOmak View Post

Afternoon....   That's too bad...  Injecting such a hot political topic in good beer....    That could lose him followers.....  

 

.................Good thing we don't allow politics on this forum.................

 

 
post #23 of 25

.............OK............BACK TO BEER...........

post #24 of 25
I grew up in the shadow of the Yuengling brewery. My office is literally a block from the original brewery. Admittedly I've had more Ying than I care to remember, but I've recently come back to Chetty (Chesterfield Ale). It tastes decent and dollar for dollar it's worth it.

It's not a Dogfish 90 minute, but when it's 100 degrees outside and 6 acres of grass needs to be cut, a 12 pack is a welcome accessory on the Farmall.
post #25 of 25
Even though it's nothing special or along the lines of a micro brew, I love Yuengling and can't wait for it to hit store shelves in Michigan. I go to the Outer Banks in North Carolina every summer and have to shlep cases back home each time, but last year they started distributing to Toledo so I know it's getting close.... Until them Molson Canadian is my staple beer, and it's priced as a domestic around here.
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