Favorite Beers

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Post by Daryl » Sat Dec 18, 2010 8:12 pm

I'm glad to see someone posting their homebrew. I was wondering how long it would take before the DIYers stepped onto the scene? Looks tasty. Heebrew ehh...Tastes so good a even curmudgeon would love it!!! I hope it's kosher...
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Post by opperstruik » Sun Jan 16, 2011 10:24 am

Hello guys,

I am new here,and i am from Belguim.
The country off the beers :D

I don't understand why stella artois so famous is at hole the world.
Many people here think it ist the worst beer of Belguim,including me.

My favorits are
jupiler,bavik,belle vue gueuze,lam gods,...
There ar to many to post them all.

I like also the German beers.
Not the great breweries, but the local small breweries with the region beers.


Also a great beer is starkenberger from Austria.
http://www.starkenberg.at/index.php?id=19

Marc

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Post by kc2eeb » Sun Jan 16, 2011 11:05 am

Marc,
Welcome to the Forum. I was introduced to Stella by by my good
friend (and boss) George at www.empirerifles.com.
He grew up in Belgium and the way he put it, here (the U.S.)
we drink Coca-Cola like he drank Stella in Belgium.
What I always found amazing, but not at all surprising, is how long all
the breweries and distilleries around the world have been in continuous
operation, some for centuries. All despite the rise and fall of nations,
wars, famines, plagues, etc. It speaks volumes about the human condition.

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Post by Daryl » Sun Jan 16, 2011 11:10 am

opperstruik wrote:Hello guys,

I am new here,and i am from Belguim.
The country off the beers :D

I like also the German beers.
Not the great breweries, but the local small breweries with the region beers.
Marc
I sure would love to try some of the authentic Belgian beers. I would like to try Trappist Westvleteren 12. I hear it is almost perfect. I very much enjoy German beers, when I can get them. If you like small brewery batch beers and regional beers, you would probably like some of the regional beers of Oregon, USA. There are many fine breweries that take extra care in selecting the finest ingredients, using the traditional processes, and carefully monitoring the quality to assure the best possible product. If you can get Bridgeport, that is worth a try.
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Post by Julia » Sun Jan 16, 2011 11:17 am

Modelo Especial -- bottles only. It's one of the best German beers (although made in Mexico) that I've had. It's one of the few beers I like. Downside -- beer makes me fat so I don't drink it.
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Post by SacredGroove » Sun Jan 16, 2011 11:43 am

ned wrote:I'll have to try Stella now.

At home I drink Shiner and at the bar I'm a Guinness fan but only on draft.
Nice! Anytime I went to TX, I looked forward to the Shiner Bock.

My all-time favorite is still Fat Tire, on draft.
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Post by opperstruik » Wed Jan 19, 2011 1:37 pm

westvleteren is a great beer.
but i really dont like te tasted of trappist beers.
i am more for the abbey beers like leffe,tongerlo,grimbergen,...

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Post by Hamner1 » Thu Jan 20, 2011 11:40 am

Boston lager or Guinness for me. :D
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Post by crankyrayhanky » Fri Jan 21, 2011 11:41 am

Black & Tan anyone? My fave bar beer....But only if both the Bass and Guinness is on tap
I like this ^^ if I'm in the mood for a good quality brew
I also love pretty much any place that has their own huge vats on the premesis- straight from the tap + no preservatives= so good I can't drive

Alas, my beer drinking days- even a casual brew, are falling away. I'd be happy with a Michelob Light Pony bottle at this point

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Post by ThatGuitarGuy » Sat Jan 29, 2011 1:30 pm

I'm a big fan of Shock Top and Blue Moon.

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Post by Ldpart67 » Thu Mar 03, 2011 11:12 am

Big Fan of Pete's Wicked Strawberry Blonde ale... If you're ever in the Keys there is a great Beer called Holy Mackeral... best tasting 9% beer Ive ever had.

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Post by BigBrewtus » Sat Mar 19, 2011 7:25 am

Wow! What a great subject.
Well I dont guess I have a favorite. I
love many and there is always one beer
that goes better with different foods and
events. So, this is a list of some of my
favs. (That I can think of) Shock top,
KILLIANS, Erdinger, Several Sam Adams,
Sierra Navada's, St. Paulie Girl, Warsteiner,
Dead Guy Ale, and Oh man I cant even
think of all of em. I love to find micro-breweries
when I am out of town. Love Big River in
Nashville! As you can see in my member
name I love beer. My wife got me a brew your
own kit for xmas and I havent even tried it out
because I got in a Biggest Loser competition and
limit my intake. Cant wait till its over. hehehe
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Post by BigBrewtus » Sat Apr 02, 2011 12:12 pm

The best beer drinkin idea ever. Hahaha
http://www.instructables.com/id/Heinekamp/
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Post by Daryl » Mon May 09, 2011 6:04 am

BigBrewtus wrote:The best beer drinkin idea ever. Hahaha
http://www.instructables.com/id/Heinekamp/
That is killer. I want one. I think what I'll do is make two compact speaker cabs out of the kegs. A little simpler and still pretty cool.
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Post by crushabud » Tue Jun 07, 2011 5:09 pm

Killian's Red

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