Discussion in 'Chit-Chat' started by AndyMarquisLive, May 29, 2013.
You'll get used to it
No I won't because I'm pretty sure I'm never touching the stuff again.
You gotta be redneck wearing white socks to drink Pabst Blue Ribbon....
That stuff is worse than Schlitz! Which btw is damn near impossible to do.
What's wrong with Schlitz...when yer thirsty, hey
Um, yes... Almost anything is better than bottles of Bud.
The beer can turns 80 this weekend, celebrate by cracking open a cold one
Link to story
Wait, do I have to wait until tomorrow before celebrating?
I think I still have my first church key somewhere.
Bet there's a few here who have no idea of a church key is.
Or a pull tab...
We have pull tabs on our pop and beer cans and I have a key to the Church.
never used one on beer but i have on Hershey Syrup and canned milk
Another classic many haven't used
That used to be a staple in every garage . My dad had quart oil jars and a pour spout that screwed onto them. He filled 'em out of a bulk container.
When I was a young fella, I had to fill enough jars to last 2 shifts until I went back in for my shift. 24 operation and I had the key to the lock on the drum of oil.
Life was fun way back then.
Remember the silly push-in cans that Coors used for a while?
I did my part to celebrate this past weekend with everyone's favorite..... Bud Light.
I remember those.
I'm enjoying a Grain Belt Lock & Dam lager (a new offering). Its taste is between Grain Belt Premium (my house beer) and Nordeast (an amber lager).
Got a fridge full of Sierra Nevada and Hoppyum.
@DUN24 would seriously dig Pliny the Elder IPA. 8% out of Sonoma County.
See if you can find some.
I'll take a look!
I just finished up a Kona IPA that was leftover at my house. It's "ok"
the KING of beers
I don't see any beer in that picture.
No. No it's not. Unless by King of Beers you mean Crappy Beer.
Fast forward up to about the 4:15 mark
I having a Miller Lite because that is what I could afford when I bought a 6 pack the other day.
So Budweiser is doing a campaign this summer where they are renaming their "beer" America. New labels and all. So this summer, you will be able to proudly proclaim that "America sucks" and many Americans will agree with you.
Never got a hangover from PBR, any Bud product yes...I can't even drink half a can of Bud Light and i have a headache due to all the chemicals and preservatives in their beer.
That's more than likely because PBR has no alcohol in it.....
Regular Bud red label longnecks for me....
When I moved to Fla in 1969 it was Busch beer that was the #1 seller but it said ''Busch Bavarian Beer'' on the label.
Completely different taste when they removed the Bavarian from the label years later.
Narragansett was a good local beer until bad management killed the company in the early 70's and it was sold to Fosters IIRC. Then it really sucked and deserved the name weasel whizz.
Any and all Boulevard beers for me - Love the 80 Acre and Tank 7. Most of the Smokestack Series beers are tasty as well.
After trying a number of the funky named beers I discovered that funny names are usually crappy beer. One of the employees at my local liquor store became a trusted resource and I tried his recommendations. I noticed that a some brewery sites list the bitterness of their beers. I didn't know there was an International Bitterness Unit (IBU). I like the lower IBU beers (lager, amber ale, porter), I'm not a fan of IPAs.
everyday American lagers, 8-15 IBU
ordinary bitter, 25-35 IBU
India Pale Ale (American versions), 40-70 IBU (the American “Imperial” or “double” IP ales go as high as 120 IBU)
Russian Imperial Stout, up to 90 IBU
IPAS and Stouts are my favorites, weak beer isn't in my fridge.
90 Minute IPA by Dogfish Head is my favorite
Separate names with a comma.