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I've got to go with Texas brewed Shiner Blonde. 
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Samuel Adams and Milwaukee's Best
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My cerveza of choice would have to be a Dos Equis Special Lager. 

 

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ZiegenBock - An easy-drinking bock beer, available only in Texas, since 1995.

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ZiegenLight

ZiegenLight - An authentic Texas-style specialty light beer with a rich amber color and fuller flavor - available only in Texas, since 2003.

 

 

 

Milwaukee's Best    

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My favorite is Budvar "the original Budweiser, "The Beer of Kings".  Not to be confused with that Clydesdale piss that is brewed in this country.  You can sometimes find it sold in the U.S. under the name of Czechvar.  Domestic beer is the standard Shiner. 

 

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I guess there is a bad beer.
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If beer was sold like wine, Milwaukee's Best would come in a box!!! 

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Guiness. 

Tatonka Stout.

I had an awesome dark Czech beer in Riga, Latvia a few years back but I have no idea what it was.  I sure wish I had found out.

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MILLER HIGH LIFE est'd 1855 THE CHAMPAGNE of BEERS
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Back in my college days in Waco, we all drank Pearl Beer.  Nasty stuff, but it sure has good memories associated with it.
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Leinie's dopple bach or guiness.  they are quite tasty.
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Urquell is an excellent Czech Pilsner.  Supposed to be the original first

pilsner ever brewed.

 

I also like St. Pauli Girl. 

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Chechvar (The original Budweiser!)

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Spaten Octoberfest



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New Castle Brown for winter

Sol Menxican beer with a lime for the summer 

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Corona (you damn gringos...) Bandito   or Carta Blanca
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  ANYTHING that's cold and free,otherwise Guiness Xtra Stout.
 
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 Maybe it is'nt called beer but I love a Yuengling's Lager ... it's beer to me . And I laughed at that " clydesdale piss " post .... funny one !

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Originally posted by David David wrote:

 
 
 
 +1           It's not a top seller for it's looks. Good stuff!
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    Applesauce in perfectly good beer?  NO thank ya!! Does look like my kinda beer though.  Headin to the store later and will have to see if I can find some. 
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apple spice, not apple sauce, i dont mix that stuff any who, its very tasty on its own, cant hardly drink more than one an hour though its heavy beer.
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  Yea,apple spice. NO thanks again! That dark of a beer is it? REALLY sounds like my kind. If you like your coffee black and strong try drinking this beer at room temp. Believe it or not it seems,to me,to knock some of the bite(bitterness)out of it as when it's cold.
 
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you are correct, beer is supposed  to be served at german room temp which is somewhere between 55 and 65 degrees. colder beer doesnt taste like it really should. i do like my beer chilled a bit i put them in the fridge and when i want one i put it on the counter for half hour 45min or so then drink it.
creamy dark is one of the best dark beers i have ever had.
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