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Posted: 3/15/2002 10:33:11 PM EST
Since this is the last Friday I'll have to drink freely tell the end of my first year of law school, I've decided to embibe in many a fine 12oz bottle of beer... My choice while in the heady days of poorness in the Corps was Miller Genuine Draft... But because now I'm supposed to be cultured as an attorney... I drink Rolling Rock tell the cows come home... Whats your favorite? (And don't tell me its PBR or I'll kill the thread LOL.)
Link Posted: 3/15/2002 10:40:59 PM EST
Miller High Life The Champagne of Beers
Link Posted: 3/15/2002 10:42:26 PM EST
PBR. Seriously.
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[Last Edit: 3/15/2002 10:50:15 PM EST by Scarecrow]
Beer? Whats beer? Being serious... [size=5][b]Beck's.[/b][/size=5]
Link Posted: 3/15/2002 10:52:57 PM EST
PBR Nooooooo! Please tell me you wake up early on Saturday after a hard night of drinking with your "free lance" construction buddy's in order to watch the latest "Busch series" car race! LOL WITH a twelver of PBR!
Link Posted: 3/16/2002 12:42:50 AM EST
I drink: -Budweiser -Bud Light -Michelob -Michelob Light Why? Because I drink beer because I like beer, not because a beer in a green bottle makes you look cool. I have a friend who is an architect, he will only drink local micro brews, or imported beers. Why? because he thinks it makes him look cool. He admits he doesn't even like the taste of any thing but my above mentioned beers but, he will only drink them in private!!!! Please don't do this.....pick a beer because you like the taste, be a man.
Link Posted: 3/16/2002 1:16:38 AM EST
BASS Ale Need a little hearty taste. Coors light not bad when your out fishing in the summer heat.
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Pilsner Urquell from Czech Republic Warstiener from Germany Bass from Britian Fosters from Austraila (I think I read this is brewed here by one of the major brewers) excellent import choices IMO Domestic goodies.. Michaelbob (michelob) Shiner Bock Samuel Adams Budweiser These are my favorites but I'm so poor I mostly drink good old Natural Lite.
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[Last Edit: 3/16/2002 1:44:30 AM EST by alexanderredhook]
Originally Posted By DoubleFeed:
Originally Posted By alexanderredhook: <--Duh..............
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so, alex, what was it you said you liked to drink? [:D]
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<-----I forget......
Link Posted: 3/16/2002 2:39:54 AM EST
[size=5]Newcastle Brown Ale[/size=5]
Link Posted: 3/16/2002 2:48:58 AM EST
^5, reddobie..... Newcastle it is!! [:D] When I can find it, I'll pick up Blue Moon, a Belgian wheat ale under the Coor's distributing label. If I'm out (barring the availability of Newcastle), I will drink Amber Bock, Killian's or, in extreme emergencies, Coor's Light. Oh... and I'd rather stay SOBER than drink Bud. [:P]
Link Posted: 3/16/2002 2:49:42 AM EST
Corona, goes great with those fajitas and eggs in the morning!
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[Last Edit: 3/16/2002 2:57:51 AM EST by reddobie]
I'm drinking a Samuel Smith's Nut Brown Ale at this time. And I do like the taste of micro brews. the only thing better is home brews.
Link Posted: 3/16/2002 2:54:15 AM EST
My favorite drinking beer is FREE - followed closely by COLD.
Link Posted: 3/16/2002 3:13:50 AM EST
Ipswitch Ale, if I can get it.. For daily consumption though, Dr. Beck's finest elixer does me well- the lack of preservatives yeilds a lack of hangovers! [8D]
Link Posted: 3/16/2002 3:47:48 AM EST
Paulaner, Loewenbraeu (a sixpack for $5.49 :), or, for the quick beer between drinks, Foster's. I seriously haven't found an American beer I like yet. There some I can tolerate, like .....no there aren't.
Link Posted: 3/16/2002 3:59:01 AM EST
"...Gonna win that ole blue ribbon..at least I`m gonna try.....gonna drink canada dry before I die...."........[:)]
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Miller Lite....bucket ice....please....
Link Posted: 3/16/2002 4:20:00 AM EST
* Leffe'Bruin (dark Belgian Beer) ** Black Raven Bock (Green Mill micro-brew) ***Michelob Amber Bock ...if I have to settle for other, it's Leinie's Red, Sam Adams, or other premium. ooops.. forgot Special Export, when none above are available.[:)] Bravo5-2
Link Posted: 3/16/2002 4:26:41 AM EST
Miller lite is the quantity drinking beer. Guiness is a big fav and have been spoiling myself lately with Samuel Adams Lager instead of the Miller Lite. Used to have a serious liking for Abita Turbo Dog. St Paulie's Girl another fav from way back.
Link Posted: 3/16/2002 4:35:09 AM EST
cold beer
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Regular yellow can Coors and Shiner Bock. Actually I like OP beer best. It's usually cold and paid for. [IMG]http://smilecwm.tripod.com/net7/beerchug.gif[/IMG]
Link Posted: 3/16/2002 7:07:36 AM EST
Budweiser -Bud Light -Michelob -Michelob Light Why? Because I drink beer because I like beer, not because a beer in a green bottle makes you look cool. I have a friend who is an architect, he will only drink local micro brews, or imported beers. Why? because he thinks it makes him look cool. He admits he doesn't even like the taste of any thing but my above mentioned beers but, he will only drink them in private!!!!
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Call me a beer snob, but I think people who drink "your" beers, with the possible exception of Michelob straight, don't really like beer! Miller Lite has some taste (not particularly good taste, but if yer buyin' I'm drinkin') to it, but Bud Light, Mich Light and Coors Light are like tainted water. Good beers (that actually taste like beer): Sam Adams, Moosehead, Double Diamond, Becks, Heineken. And a lotta others, but specifically excluding any American "light" beer, Budweiser, and the obvious choice of horribles such as PBR. I wish I did like Bud as they support the shooting sports. They need to come out with a good beer I could buy and enjoy!
Link Posted: 3/16/2002 7:15:44 AM EST
Budweiser Michelob Michelob "Amber Bock" In my opinion Lite beer is for women. Can't stand the taste of the stuff. Tastes like dishwater. CAPITALIST
Link Posted: 3/16/2002 7:17:03 AM EST
I like Rolling Rock and Yeungling Lager for "drinking" and my favorite tasing beer is an oatmeal stout that was brewed at a place called The Foundry in Pittsburgh. It has been a while since and the commercial oatmeal stouts do not compare. It was by far the best I've had yet. 33
Link Posted: 3/16/2002 12:50:05 PM EST
My own.
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fer the very best in beer, larn ta make yer own !! then larn ta make it fast !!!!!
Link Posted: 3/16/2002 12:57:19 PM EST
Samuel Adams cream stout!! Alternate: Sierra Nevada pale ale with a lime wedge! -T.
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Pilsner Urquell "Jeste jedno, prosim vas!" [Edited to add: BUDWEISER is NOT AMERICAN BEER: CENTRAL EUROPEAN since the 14th century)
Link Posted: 3/16/2002 2:05:30 PM EST
Murphy's Stout!
Link Posted: 3/16/2002 2:15:25 PM EST
well, here at willy's house it is: NEWCASTLE BROWN ALE. i like SPATEN also. any SPATEN. no, i don't drink expensive beers because it makes me look cool. i drink them because they agree with my digestive system. light beers give me heartburn. when i introduce a portion of budwieser (light beer swill), into my tummy, it thinks "oh boy, a meal!" and adjusts the stomach acid to deal with it. after the rest of the budweiser gets in there, my tummy goes "oh sh-t!, there ain't no food here, now i gots too much acid!" but it's too late! ain't no backin' out now sucker! so it's heartburn city folks, unless i can slam down a whole bunch more! it's an evil cycle! honest. i drink NEWCASTLE BROWN ALE, because it has real food value! regards. free (belch) willy
Link Posted: 3/16/2002 2:16:19 PM EST
Bud, Sam Adams, Michelob, Sapporo, Kirin, and Asahi. I buy cheapo beer when I'm poor. Drinking Bud now, hahaha.
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Michelob if I want draft beer and Corona with lime otherwise.
Link Posted: 3/16/2002 2:49:24 PM EST
http://www.theonion.com Home-Brewing Phase Comes To Long-Overdue Conclusion BETHEL PARK, PA— Local resident Randy Paltz's two-year home-brewing phase finally came to its long-overdue conclusion Tuesday. "Thank God, it's over at last," said Andrea Longo, girlfriend of the 33-year-old beer aficionado. "Every few weeks, he'd make a big production about his latest 'Paltz's Signature Brew.' It all tasted the same—like really thick, sh[!++]y beer." Friend Tim Traschel also expressed relief, saying, "Now I can actually go to his house and bring some Michelob without getting a lecture about the low quality of hops in commercial beers." [Edited for profanity] http://www.theonion.com
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NEWCASTLE!!! Samuel Smith Nut Brown Original Coors Tecate or when at the bar, Black and Tan......
Link Posted: 3/16/2002 3:34:21 PM EST
Originally Posted By ph119: PBR. Seriously.
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Oh, yeah, the beer that hasn't won a blue ribbon for over a hundred years!![:)] I would nominate Carlings Black Label (hey, Mabel!) just for the memories it gives me of watching all those bowling matches. Even now, when I see pins flying, I drool. Do they still make Drewry's That was my pop's favorite - he'd be 83 today, but died suddenly at about my age. EEk!
Link Posted: 3/16/2002 3:37:57 PM EST
Anything but Buttwiper
Link Posted: 3/16/2002 3:40:52 PM EST
Summer: Straub (St. Marys Pa.) Winter: Sam Adams Boston Lager Honorable mention; Guinness (must be on tap)
Link Posted: 3/16/2002 3:41:21 PM EST
Current favorites: Redhook IPA Black Star, when I can get it Steinlager Asahi Super Dry Once in a while, that Guinness Stout If you want to brew your own, what is the best kit to buy? I like the extra hoppy stuff.
Link Posted: 3/16/2002 3:44:15 PM EST
I second what PRK is asking. Whats the best way to get started making your own beer? CAPITALIST
Link Posted: 3/16/2002 3:44:19 PM EST
[Last Edit: 3/16/2002 3:46:58 PM EST by Happyshooter]
Hey rally, I was in the same boat you are in now, out of the Corps, going to law school... find good tasting out of the mainstream, but not too weird, beers to drink. Have a bunch you like like that. Reason? During your summer, and even more once you get your ticket, you will find that lawyers drink lost at all events, and judge each other by their drinking. Wine is okay for the girl lawyers. Men do the hard stuff. By drinking cultured beer, that means stuff they have to ask what it is, you can get by with just beer. Good thing I love high quality beer. Koestriker has been a personal fav lately, dark but smooth and not heavy. edit to read that the slip ("lost" in place of "lots") was an accident but says it all
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[Last Edit: 3/16/2002 3:56:12 PM EST by Sukebe]
I remember when I got out of the Corps and was contemplating going to Law School. I decided to keep my self respect and integrity and became a crack whore.
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Originally Posted By Sukebe: I remember when I got out of the Corps and was contemplating going to Law School. I decided to keep my self respect and integrity and became a crack whore.
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WMS!! (wiping my screen)
Link Posted: 3/16/2002 4:21:42 PM EST
Sam Adams on tap when in Conn., at home in Ole Virginny..Michelob or skip the beer and get on with the good stuff, a little Vitamin V (Vodka), Tequila, or a sipping Bourban.
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