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    Username Post: Beer snobs - what do YOU like?        (Topic#850069)
    12-02-10 06:25.05 - Post#2246148    

        In response to kutnup

    I drink very rarely, but my favorite beer of all time is Royal Oak from England. I have a very hard time finding it, and have NEVER had a bottle that is still with in the expiration period.

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    12-05-10 05:39.29 - Post#2247477    

        In response to Mooseyard

    revisiting this thread and costco's KIRKLAND signature beer is good for the price 4 different brews for 18$ for the case.Made by a brewery out of San Fransisco. The Mailman
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    12-13-10 08:18.46 - Post#2251935    

        In response to mailman

    O'SO brewery in Plover, WI. Lupulin Maximus IPA.
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    12-25-10 18:41.21 - Post#2258947    

        In response to healthvet

    • healthvet Said:
    Yuengling Premium Lager. Made by America's oldest brewery. I find it very smooth, and it is my 'go to' beer for company coming over. I'd suggest everybody try it once.

    YES YES, and YES again. Such a shame that's it's only available on the east coast. I can't go back to regular beer. I won't!
    08-01-11 16:21.11 - Post#2369032    

        In response to kutnup

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    Edited by brianWE on 08-01-11 18:01.07. Reason for edit: No reason given.
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    09-23-11 12:26.30 - Post#2389901    

        In response to forland

    Not a beer drinker at all. If I drink 2 beers a year, it's a banner year. But! If I've been working outside in 95 degree heat and humidity I'll drink a beer as long's freakin cold, cold, cold and it's not a Budweiser!
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    09-26-11 10:02.15 - Post#2390722    

        In response to nukesc

    I drink 2 to 3 beers minimal a day. Like we say in belgium a beer a day keeps the doctor away.

    my fav beers are:
    1: Trappist Westvleteren nr12 (A difficult beer to get. You have to phone the abby to ne placed on a waiting list after a couple of weeks thill months you will get a phonecall to get your beer
    max are 2 crate's thats 24 beers in total. There is even a blackmarket in belgium for this beer running. Its a very complex beer that is sweet and fruity but also a bit bitter with a good yeast tone to it but because its complex it has allot of flavors going on in it that makes it hard to explain it.)

    2: Triple Karmeliet (Its a multigrain beer with sweet fruity / spicy karakter and mildy bitterness)

    3: Trappist Rochefort nr10 (bitter with soort of chocolate and coffee flavor but at the same time a bit fruity for the first 2 months. From 2 to 4 months it will get much sweeter with a light chocolate tast and a bit less bitterness but more fruity as again its a complex beer with allot of switching flavors going on)
    tom mayo
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    10-05-11 11:52.37 - Post#2395249    

        In response to silverwolf

    Dark german beer.............Red Irish beer.......and Boston Lager
    John 1:17 Love is Stronger than Death

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    06-30-12 05:53.19 - Post#2480568    

        In response to tom mayo

    I formulated my addition this thread, and as I prepared to enter it I noticed the last entry was over six months old. Hope everyone did stop drinking beer! My favorite around here is Flat Tire.
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    08-05-12 12:23.37 - Post#2488362    

        In response to glock45

    Generally Shiner Black is the house beer. Though I am partial to Chimay Grand Reserve and to New Glarus Wisconsin Belgian Red...and I think I would love New Glarus Raspberry Tart...

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