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Posted: 3/20/2006 9:32:12 AM EST
What's your fave?

I couldn't tell you the last time I drank a domestic beer (Other than mirco-brews). Lifes too short for shitty beer and holes in your socks.

I knock out the Molson Canadians and Dos XXs but I love this stuff.


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Heiniken!
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Yes it's a Oatmeal Stout by Samuel Smith...MMM GOOD!
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(Please show label.)

demanding...
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Although not an import, Samuel Adams Black lager is pretty good, IMHO.

As for imports, I like Warsteiner and Warsteiner Dunkle, when I can find it.
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Originally Posted By Alaskanmoosehunter:

... I love this stuff.

www.bottledbeer.co.uk/photos/samoatstout.jpg



Yep! It's my favorite also... I like all of the Samuel Smith selections...
Link Posted: 3/20/2006 9:41:04 AM EST

Originally Posted By rebel_rifle:
Although not an import, Samuel Adams Black lager is pretty good, IMHO.

As for imports, I like Warsteiner and Warsteiner Dunkle, when I can find it.



Sam Adams is an exception...Very good beer!
Link Posted: 3/20/2006 9:46:34 AM EST

Originally Posted By Alaskanmoosehunter:
Yes it's a Oatmeal Stout by Samuel Smith...MMM GOOD!



Their Oatmeal Stout pwnz anything Guiness ever put in a bottle.

My beer snob fu is weak, I enjoy a lot of domestic lagers. Exception is Sam Adams, which I despise.

Newcastle is about my speed for an import. Heinieken and Grolsch taste like a inner tube that's fermented in goat piss.
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Ok.. so I'm not a "responsible" drinker...
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Originally Posted By pdg45acp:
www.campfireusadallas.org/auction/2003/Pix/StPauliGirl.jpg


Ok.. so I'm not a "responsible" drinker...



I heard a while back that they downsized St Pauli Girl's "assetts" for whatever reason. Any truth to that? MJD
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Originally Posted By highwayman:

Originally Posted By pdg45acp:
www.campfireusadallas.org/auction/2003/Pix/StPauliGirl.jpg


Ok.. so I'm not a "responsible" drinker...



I heard a while back that they downsized St Pauli Girl's "assetts" for whatever reason. Any truth to that? MJD



Kinda silly for a whore.

Me, my favorite import doesn't have a label. Westvletteren 8, one of the harder belgian trappist brews to find.
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Guiness/Harp
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Originally Posted By BiggyD:
Guiness/Harp



One or the other, Black and Tan, or all of the above?

mmmmm....Harp....

Chimay is pretty damn good too.
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Originally Posted By WinstonSmith:

Originally Posted By highwayman:

Originally Posted By pdg45acp:
www.campfireusadallas.org/auction/2003/Pix/StPauliGirl.jpg


Ok.. so I'm not a "responsible" drinker...



I heard a while back that they downsized St Pauli Girl's "assetts" for whatever reason. Any truth to that? MJD



Kinda silly for a whore.

Me, my favorite import doesn't have a label. Westvletteren 8, one of the harder belgian trappist brews to find.



If that's the stuff in the brown jug type bottle..... I had that once at a rib place in chesterton.. it's "WOW!!" beer.. I haven't been able to find it since...
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Originally Posted By pdg45acp:

Originally Posted By WinstonSmith:

Originally Posted By highwayman:

Originally Posted By pdg45acp:
www.campfireusadallas.org/auction/2003/Pix/StPauliGirl.jpg


Ok.. so I'm not a "responsible" drinker...



I heard a while back that they downsized St Pauli Girl's "assetts" for whatever reason. Any truth to that? MJD



Kinda silly for a whore.

Me, my favorite import doesn't have a label. Westvletteren 8, one of the harder belgian trappist brews to find.



If that's the stuff in the brown jug type bottle..... I had that once at a rib place in chesterton.. it's "WOW!!" beer.. I haven't been able to find it since...



Naah, regular bottles in wooden cases w/o labels. The bottlecaps are color coded between their three varieties.

You might be thinking of Delirium Tremens.. That stuff will knock your shit over and dance on your face if you're not careful.. Nice opaque bottles, complete with pink and blue elephants on the label.
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Svyturys from Lithuania! I feel in love with it during a trip to the Baltic region. Nothing like getting a huge meal and getting smashed for ~$15.
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Milwaukees Best
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+1 Fike




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Edit: I've heard that a beer called "Tusker" is excellent as well. I haven't tried it - never even seen it - but have heard of it...

linky for info
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Can be had almost anywhere, and tastes best out of the bottle. I'll have a red stripe if I can't get a newcastle.
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Warsteiner
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It's a toss-up between Saml. Smith Oatmeal Stout and Newcastle Brown Ale.

Beer, it's what's for dinner!
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GL
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Originally Posted By fike:
www.lifeasbob.com/images/HomeBrew/Commercial/images/Chimay%20GrandReserve.jpg



+ a 1,000,000

Chimay blue, nothing but the best.
Link Posted: 3/20/2006 10:56:26 PM EST

Originally Posted By WinstonSmith:

Originally Posted By pdg45acp:

Originally Posted By WinstonSmith:

Originally Posted By highwayman:

Originally Posted By pdg45acp:
www.campfireusadallas.org/auction/2003/Pix/StPauliGirl.jpg


Ok.. so I'm not a "responsible" drinker...



I heard a while back that they downsized St Pauli Girl's "assetts" for whatever reason. Any truth to that? MJD



Kinda silly for a whore.

Me, my favorite import doesn't have a label. Westvletteren 8, one of the harder belgian trappist brews to find.



If that's the stuff in the brown jug type bottle..... I had that once at a rib place in chesterton.. it's "WOW!!" beer.. I haven't been able to find it since...



Naah, regular bottles in wooden cases w/o labels. The bottlecaps are color coded between their three varieties.

You might be thinking of Delirium Tremens.. That stuff will knock your shit over and dance on your face if you're not careful.. Nice opaque bottles, complete with pink and blue elephants on the label.



I heard the Delirium Nocturnum is a bit better.
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Not fancy, but I can drink the shit out of it...

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Originally Posted By macman37:
www.vibe.com/contests/images/2005/07/red_stripe.jpg

Edit: I've heard that a beer called "Tusker" is excellent as well. I haven't tried it - never even seen it - but have heard of it...

linky for info




Never had Tusker, but I did have Tafel, Windhoek Lager, and Castle. That is the ranking for me. I would buy Tafel if I could find it here.
Link Posted: 3/21/2006 3:52:21 AM EST

Originally Posted By Alaskanmoosehunter:
What's your fave?

I couldn't tell you the last time I drank a domestic beer (Other than mirco-brews). Lifes too short for shitty beer and holes in your socks.

I knock out the Molson Canadians and Dos XXs but I love this stuff.

www.bottledbeer.co.uk/photos/samoatstout.jpg



Dude, you have GREAT taste - that beer is, without a doubt, the best beer ever. If I had only one choice of one type of beer to drink for the rest of my life, it would be Sam's Oatmeal Stout - wow!

(this coming from a guy who has tried well over 400 types of beer)
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Warsteiner
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Erdinger Hefe Weizen!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Both the Haaker-Pshorr and Pauliner Ocktoberfest Marzen are Excellent. Much more so when you get it in Munich, but the stuff that makes it over here by Import is not bad either.
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