The Beer Thread

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OK guys and gals, we have this about once a year.

I have drank a few beers, even b4 i was 21. *angle* So far the best would be Bud Select(well all 3 of the Bud brand i have drank). and the worst would be very close between Natural Light and Miller Light.
 
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A real American beer would be Sam Adams, Bud gives me a headache after just one...can't stand that beer.
 

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I've tried several of Sam Adams and have loved all of them.

Lablatt Blue is another that I like.

Sounds kind of strange coming from a Texan. LOL
 
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I like red hook once in a while along with Weinhart's private reserve..

My mainstay is bud...
 
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Well Sam Adams is brewed in America, hence it is an American beer Prof. Rolling Rock is a great beer, never had a hangover after drinking that stuff, too bad Bud bought them out. I've had some great Micros over the years, had some stuff out in Colorado called Hogs' Heaven. It is 9% alcohol by the 22 ounce bottle, great stuff, also about $4/bottle.
 

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With finances tight now, it's Busch Light for me, but Bud gives me a wicked headache even after 1 or 2. Coors makes me sick to my stomach, and I LOVE ALE. Do they still make Nordic Wolf? MMMM and Sam Adams is prime!
 

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Ha! I love this thread. Before I tell you what I believe is the best beer/beers, let me just say that if I were a brewer here in the US, I'd want to make the beer that sells the most. In that case, I wouldn't care what or who said it tasted like. The bottom line for me would be how much money could I make.

Okay, enough of that already. My favorite is Guiness Extra Stout.
 

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Augustus Busch would agree with you. I don't know how many of you have read his biography but that was one interesting family. How they got started, how they coped with Prohibition. The crime, kidnappings, etc.
 

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I've tried several of Sam Adams and have loved all of them.

Lablatt Blue is another that I like.
Sounds kind of strange coming from a Texan. LOL
I like the Lablatt non-alcoholic beer (Nordic). As a matter of fact I brought 12cases of it back from Canada last year.

When I was drinking real beer:

When I lived in Pennsylvania I drank a lot of Rolling Rock.
When I lived in Texas I drank a lot of Lone Star and Falstaff.
Before my doctor took alcohol off my diet I drank a lot of any kind of beer.:D
 

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Almost got some Sam Adams today, but did not. Might get some for the weekend tho. About what is the cost of Sam Adams comparied to orther beer?
 

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Ha! I love this thread. Before I tell you what I believe is the best beer/beers, let me just say that if I were a brewer here in the US, I'd want to make the beer that sells the most. In that case, I wouldn't care what or who said it tasted like. The bottom line for me would be how much money could I make.

Okay, enough of that already. My favorite is Guiness Extra Stout.
Hey buck, you said you liked Red Dog at one point right? I found 2 places that sell it around me, i never have had any, but i know its hard to find.
 

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Hey buck, you said you liked Red Dog at one point right? I found 2 places that sell it around me, i never have had any, but i know its hard to find.
Lappy, Black Dog, not Red Dog. Never did like that Red Dog stuff. Most of the beer I drink costs more than 6 bucks a sixer and sometimes is about 8 bucks. I hate that! Maybe I should get out the old barrell and brew my own again. Might be an other good hobby to start again. :beerbang:
 
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