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6/21/2017 8:25:40 PM
Posted: 7/6/2001 6:54:42 PM EDT
Top 12 ranking DOMESTIC LAGERS 1. Stroh's CR BEST BUY $2.90 2. Michelob 4.65 3. Budweiser 4.60 4. Pabst Blue Ribbon 3.25 5. Coor's Original 4.60 6. Miller High Life 3.45 7. Red Dog 3.35 8. Busch 3.45 9. Miller Genuine Draft 4.50 10. Old Milwaukee 2.80 11. Milwaukee's Best 2.65 12. Rolling Rock 4.85 Americans are buying more imported beer. People that drink imported beer do so for STATUS not taste. Heinekin, the best selling import, spends 4 weeks in unrefridgerated containers to reach American shores. Beer is supposed to be kept cold to insure good taste.
Link Posted: 7/6/2001 7:06:57 PM EDT
[puke].........got news for ya` buddy.....NONE of those beers are kept "cold" prior to sale.........[smoke]
Link Posted: 7/6/2001 7:21:03 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 7/6/2001 7:20:27 PM EDT by Jack-B-Nymble]
Stroh's sold all of their brand names to PBR and Miller a couple years ago. A Stroh's is no longer really a Stroh's. I do drink a couple different imports (Molson Golden and Bass Ale) on occasion, for taste not status. But then I drink expresso now and then. Because I like it. Heinekin is downright nasty. Almost no brewery ships out in refrigerated trucks, [b]with the exception of kegs[/b]. After beer leaves the cellars to be bottled it is pasturized in the bottles or cans and kept at ambient, until it is sold. Kegs are not pasturized and must be kept cold. Coors does use cold trucks, if I remember right. But that company is anti-gun.
Link Posted: 7/6/2001 7:31:27 PM EDT
If you like the taste of colored water then by all means drink any of those "Top 12 ranking DOMESTIC LAGERS". Good domestic beers aren't produced in the quantities allowing them to appear on such list. As far as mass produced beer is concerned; Imports only!
Link Posted: 7/6/2001 7:41:02 PM EDT
Hi everyone. This is my first AR15 post as I have suddenly been "banned" from Glocktalk. I am not sure how that happened (I haven't posted but a few times and that was about six months back), but I don't feel its worth the time or effort to straighten it out. Anyway - I didn't know Coors was anti-gun. I specifically went to Coors because it was the only domestic non-union made beer. I figured by buying union made beer I was effectively helping to elect anti-gunners. So now I guess it's micro's and imports exclusively...
Link Posted: 7/6/2001 7:45:24 PM EDT
Originally Posted By G20_Man: So now I guess it's micro's and imports exclusively...
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Most imports are horrid, most domestic beers are mediocre to say the least...micros are the way to go. Once you have a good Pale Ale, you'll set the glass down, think for a second, pick up the glass for another sip, set the glass down again, proceed to think for another few seconds...and then decide it's the best tasting beer in the world. I bought a long-sleeved shirt from one (now out-of-business) microbrewy/restaurant in Mobile, AL simply because I loved their Pale Ale. Mmmmmm....Good Stuff! [img]www.auburn.edu/~littlcb/E-vil2.jpg[/img]
Link Posted: 7/6/2001 7:53:43 PM EDT
Jewbroni.......with you on this one for sure!.......[smoke]
Link Posted: 7/6/2001 7:55:01 PM EDT
If any of you venture to Utah I'll personally buy you a Squatters on tap. But if I go back to my roots I like COLD, FREE beer. After a dozen or so who cares?
Link Posted: 7/6/2001 8:48:15 PM EDT
Originally Posted By G20_Man: Anyway - I didn't know Coors was anti-gun. I specifically went to Coors because it was the only domestic non-union made beer. I figured by buying union made beer I was effectively helping to elect anti-gunners. So now I guess it's micro's and imports exclusively...
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I don't know why everyone keeps saying Coors is anti-gun, I've never heard that. As far as Coors being non-Union, that isn't true, walk around the plant, and about 90% are union. How the heck do you think the GED folks on the bottle and can lines start at $20/hr.
Link Posted: 7/6/2001 10:08:16 PM EDT
CRAFT LAGERS 1. SAMUEL ADAMS BOSTON LAGER 2. GEORGE KILLIAN'S IRISH RED 3. RED WOLF 4. SHINER BOCH 5. MICHELOB PREMIUM BREW HONEY LAGER 6. JW DUNDEE'S ORIGINAL HONEY BROWN LAGER
Link Posted: 7/6/2001 10:45:05 PM EDT
Who cares. You only rent beer anyways.
Link Posted: 7/6/2001 10:55:04 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 7/6/2001 10:52:42 PM EDT by cyrax777]
nothing beats homebrew nothing [beer] edited to fix spelling and add icon
Link Posted: 7/6/2001 10:56:17 PM EDT
$20 an hour at a brewery bottle and can line. Talk about being overpaid. That's what Unions are for. Why else would someone belong to one? I'm sure there are many union members on this site that will extol the virtues of a union job. I'm sorry if I offended any of you. But I just loathe unions. I take great pride in knowing I played a key role in the rejection to Unionize at my last job. [puke]
Link Posted: 7/6/2001 11:11:19 PM EDT
What does Craft Lager mean? and what does the CR stand for?
Link Posted: 7/7/2001 3:12:39 PM EDT
Unions, like communism, are good in theory and initial establishment. However, in practice, they are prone to becoming a tyranical and overbearing entity. Of course, not all contemporary unions are necessarily bad, but some just downright set a bad example of what a union should be. Instead of "fair worker treatment", "overpay us or we strike" is a common attitude taken by some in the blue-collar field. I'm not sure if geography plays a part or not, but nonetheless $20/hour for bottling beer on a line seems a bit too much for a fairly non trade-skill job. I guess I'm biased because I just don't remember Laverne and Shirley living the good life [:\] [brown]Evil Jewbroni~[/brown]
Link Posted: 7/7/2001 3:45:50 PM EDT
Hangfire.....honey brown.....NOT.....genesee brewing co. rochester n.y. ........mass produced.........[puke]
Link Posted: 7/7/2001 3:50:57 PM EDT
To each his own. No one is right or wrong on this issue. I prefer commercially produced domestic lagers, most of my friends drink micro-brewery produced beers. Some like ales, some stouts, etc. We don't have to agree on any of this.
Link Posted: 7/7/2001 3:53:32 PM EDT
Originally Posted By TacCar: What does Craft Lager mean? and what does the CR stand for?
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CR stands for Consumer Reports which is why Old Swillwaukee made the top 10. I drink Corona & Molson because I like them. Most Domestics are: [img]http://www.3dpcgames.com/cwm/s/cwm/cwm/piss2.gif[/img][img]http://www.contrabandent.com/pez/cwm/cwm/piss.gif[/img]
Link Posted: 7/7/2001 3:59:25 PM EDT
Old Milwaukee is a PREMIUM beer in canada!.....hey operator error......we don`t have to agree, but we can have fun....don`t think anyone is very serious here....you drink your swill, i`ll drink mine!.....B&G
Link Posted: 7/7/2001 3:59:37 PM EDT
CR is Consumer Reports. Craft lager is a reference to the origin of the particular beer as coming from a small brewery. Usually incorrect. Craft lager is, however, brewed in smaller batches. As an example, Samual Adams is a "craft lager" which might imply some time and effort, along with handselected ingredients, have gone into the making of this beer. Samuel Adams is brewed in Washington state at a Miller brewery.
Link Posted: 7/7/2001 4:02:15 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 7/7/2001 4:03:40 PM EDT by Sixgun357]
Strohs was origanally made here in Detroit. around here we have another name for it. Mule Piss or was it Bilge Water. I forgot which it was, Black Label Strohs its all the same. I prefer Labatts myself. I really dont think its an imported beer here. To tell you truth most beers that are labeled imported are really not imported, read the label it ussually says brewed and bottled right here in the U.S. .For instance if you buy Bud they say its imported but when you read the label it say brewed and bottled by John Labatt inc. Six
Link Posted: 7/7/2001 4:02:48 PM EDT
Originally Posted By black&green: Old Milwaukee is a PREMIUM beer in canada!.....hey operator error......we don`t have to agree, but we can have fun....don`t think anyone is very serious here....you drink your swill, i`ll drink mine!.....B&G
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Yeah, you're right, I need to chill. I just hate being told I'm a jerkoff because I don't like what someone else likes.
Link Posted: 7/7/2001 4:14:46 PM EDT
Originally Posted By Janus: I drink Corona & Molson because I like them. Most Domestics are: [img]http://www.3dpcgames.com/cwm/s/cwm/cwm/piss2.gif[/img][img]http://www.contrabandent.com/pez/cwm/cwm/piss.gif[/img]
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...Janus stated, after drinking a beer (Corona) that every Mexican himself calls "A Mexican's Piss". Ahhhh, Irony! [:D] [brown]Evil Jewbroni~[/brown]
Link Posted: 7/7/2001 4:25:20 PM EDT
[img]http://www.3dpcgames.com/cwm/s/cwm/cwm/piss2.gif[/img][img]http://www.auburn.edu/~littlcb/E-vil2.jpg[/img][img]http://www.contrabandent.com/pez/cwm/cwm/piss.gif[/img]
Link Posted: 7/7/2001 4:42:37 PM EDT
Originally Posted By Janus: [img]http://www.3dpcgames.com/cwm/s/cwm/cwm/piss2.gif[/img][img]http://www.auburn.edu/~littlcb/E-vil2.jpg[/img][img]http://www.contrabandent.com/pez/cwm/cwm/piss.gif[/img]
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Touche, Janus...touche [;)]
Link Posted: 7/7/2001 4:44:57 PM EDT
Originally Posted By Janus: [img]http://www.3dpcgames.com/cwm/s/cwm/cwm/piss2.gif[/img][img]http://www.auburn.edu/~littlcb/E-vil2.jpg[/img][img]http://www.contrabandent.com/pez/cwm/cwm/piss.gif[/img]
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LMFAO.....LMFAO.......[whacko]
Link Posted: 7/7/2001 5:01:33 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 7/7/2001 5:00:39 PM EDT by HANGFIRE]
When I lived in Virginia, late '50s, those little cans of Country Club Malt Liquoer were very popular. When I lived in Facistuchetts in the mid '60s, Piels 6 half quarts for .99 cents was a "BESTBUY". Now I drink ice tea, except on St. Paddys Day when I dive off the wagon into a IRISH PUB[smoke]
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