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    I'm new here so forgive me if there is/was a beer thread. Although I love beer, and I'm sure the ones who do also won't mind.

    Anyway I figured make a thread to share/discuss/recommend/review different beers you've had. I recently turned 21, but I was introduced to a lot of craft beers about a year or so ago through fellow friends. So I like to think I am above the "woo dang you tried this natty ice?" type.

    A few of my favorites thus far would be...

    Great Lakes Edmund Fitzgerald (my favorite beer hands down)
    Unibrou La Fin Du Monde
    Arcadia Triple Chocolate Stout
    Founders Breakfast Stout (strongest stout ive tasted thus far)
    Wells Banana Bread Beer (good sessionable beer during warmer months)
    BBC (I enjoy everything they make, esp. that they are local)
    Schlafy Saison (the only saison I've had, but I loved it)
    Sierra Nevada Pale Ale
    PBR(my go to drunk/cheap beer)


    That is all that comes to my mind at first as of recently. I know I've left out many of great beers out there, but I hope to just kick this thread out. Hopefully in the right direction.

    I'm currently drinking a BBC Dark Star Porter. One of my favorites from BBC. Cheers!
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    http://stanceworks.com/forums/showthread.php?t=7725

    Kinda the same thing, just all alcohol, not just beer.

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    Sapporo. Nuff said!
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    You can have any brew in the house.... Aslong as its a Carona..
    Quote Originally Posted by anth View Post
    Lucky they didn't come into your house and disrespect your whole family.

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    there is a beer here in texas called Shinner and its off tha chain !

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    Dogfish Head Raison D'etre - My favorite beer to date. 8% alcohol, a deep mohagony ale brewed with beet sugar, green raisons, and belgian style yeast, brewed with a sense of purpose.

    Ziegenbock --Brewed exclusively for Texas. A lot like Shiner with a better after taste.

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    By far....


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    Thread revival. Lets see what kinds of beers Stanceworks likes to drink...

    I also hope that the kinds of beers people on here drink are better than most of the stuff that everyone BUT the OP is posting about!

    Here's whats in my fridge currently:
    Stone Vertical Epic 10.10.10
    Stone Vertical Epic 07.07.07
    La Trappe Quadruppel
    St Bernardus Abt 12
    Great Divide Yeti
    Stone Russian Imperial Stout (bottled in 2008)
    Sierra Nevada Fritz & Ken Stout
    Berkshire Brewing Coffeehouse Porter
    Stone Kona Coffee Coconut Macadamia Nut Porter (2)
    Russian River Pliny the Elder

    Had a Russian River Consecration last night, and it was my first Belgian sour. Pretty good stuff. I liked it.

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    Few favourites:

    Newcastle Brown Ale
    Hacker Pschorr Hefe Weisse and Munich Gold
    Hoegaarden
    Zywiec
    MGD
    Creemore Springs Lager

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    spirits >

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    Ayinger Celebrator Doppelbock...find it wherever you can...it will change your life...

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    Quote Originally Posted by renngolf View Post
    Few favourites:

    Newcastle Brown Ale
    Hacker Pschorr Hefe Weisse and Munich Gold
    Hoegaarden
    Zywiec
    MGD
    Creemore Springs Lager
    Hmm here are a few suggestions I think you might enjoy.

    Try Rogue Hazelnut Brown Nectar Ale since you like Newcastle. It should really give you a feel as to what a brown ale should taste like, in my opinion. I think Newcastle is too sweet and malty for my own palate. The Rogue one is full of flavor, and very nutty. If you like Hoegaarden you probably would like Rogue Somer Orange Honey Ale. Although I wouldn't classify it in the same style as Hoegaarden, it probably would suit your preferences. It's a real easy drinker to say the least!
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    Ayinger Celebrator Doppelbock...find it wherever you can...it will change your life...
    Interesting. I'll have to see if that's available at our local watering hole.

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    my favorite beer so far would have to be Dogfish Head 90 Min. IPA

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    Because I'm german: Beck's
    but corona ist also good on a warm day, but expensive over here

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aludrin View Post
    Because I'm german: Beck's
    but corona ist also good on a warm day, but expensive over here
    I can't stand Corona... Lol.

    I think any brewery that puts their beers in clear bottles intends for it to be skunky by the time it hits the shelves.

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    XXXX & Double Brown in crate form

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    I drink Coors light, nightly. But thats because im an alcoholic Irish bastid with no moneys. Spirits land me in jail, and good beer is too expensive to waste, but im too proud to buy busch or natty. Fuck me, my life sucks.
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    Samuel Adams Octoberfest
    Honey Brown
    Sammy Smith's Nut Brown Ale
    Killian's Irish Red
    Yuengling
    Leinenkugel's Sunset Wheat
    Magic Hat Circus Boy
    Ten Penny Ale

    ^ In no particular order. I love lots of beer. Reds & Browns are favorites, stouts on the bottom of the list.
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    euro beer FTW, euhm i mean belgian beer

    from the simple; jupiler and stella and maes...
    to slightly better ones: vedett,
    to the strong: westmalle tripel, duvel, ...
    to the best of the world: westvleteren
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    Dogfishhead Punkin Ale (only around in the fall)
    Sam Adams Winter Lager
    Sierra Nevada... haven't run into one I don't like
    Troegs Mad Elf
    Troegs "Trogenator"
    Various Harpoon brand beers
    Various Great Lakes brand beers
    Magic Hat #9, Circus Boy
    Various Delerium Beers (Noel, Nocturnal, etc)

    Go to beer (that I drink 99% of the time)
    Pabst Blue Ribbon
    Miller High Life/High Life Light
    Yuengling
    Lionshead

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    im 19, no its a tad more difficult for me, but ive always enjoyed beer as a drink rather than a substance to get drunk from... so i consider myself more of an enthusiast than my friends..

    Ommengang abby ale
    UBU ale - personal favorite
    landshark lager
    Miller High Life

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