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I like amber bock, leinenkugels creamy dark and thanks to tahqua schells  firebrick lager how about you?

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I am not really a beer drinker, but when I do drink beer, it is typically Guinness, or something similarly dark and heavy.


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Don't drink beer anymore, but when I did, my favorite was Tecate with a little salt and lime.

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tecate is working man beer thats pretty good stuff. guiness i have only had once it was the extra draught the stuff that looks like used motor oil when you pour it into a glass i took one taste and that was enough but that was years ago and my taste has changed i used to only drink light beers now its mostly darker brew for me
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that's too tough to call - the following are EQUALLY my favorites depending on mood.

 

budweiser (aka big red, bud deisel, etc.)

guinness (draught in a pub)

tecate (can w/ lime / chips and salsa)

 

i drink more budweiser than anything, classic beer.

 

honorable mention (coors original (yeah yeah), hefeweisen (assorted)

 

J

 

 

 

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My brother asked me to put a vote in for Cold'N' Free...

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  After much thought and alot of taste testing i'm going with

 

( killegens irish red )

 

But then coors light isn't a bad taste ether.

 

 

 

 

 

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i too will not discriminate against COLD and FREE beers. those are quite tasty!!

 

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I have a few favorite beers- Frankensteiner, Dixie Beer, and Guiness Stout.
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I'm coors light guy.

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Well actually, I've never tasted beer.



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Atwater Brewing Maibock is my favorite.

Sierra Nevada Celebration IPA and Schell's Alt are really good, too. The less I drink in volume these days, the more I find myself drinking beers I can eat with a fork.

A nice cold Bud always works no matter where I'm at.

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Budvar, the real Budweiser.  And no, it doesn't taste anything like the crap Budweiser made in this country.  You can sometimes find it in the U.S. under the label of CZechvar.  I also like Kilkini's.  I have never found it domestically.  The best domestic beer in Shiner Bock.

 

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EASY ranburr...........i think budweiser is a fine beer.  i have had both, there are distinctly different, but both great IMO.

 

I just read where Budvar and Budweiser have kissed and made up and it's going to be distributed stateside under that name. whoo hoo.

 

shiner bock is excellent, but shiner hefeweisen is even better.  i like a good wheat beer.

 

J

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   Has to be Canadian in a bottle, or stella on draft.  Not a fan of Duff or Fudd
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stella is quite smooth. definitely on draft..............

 

North Carolina has started crafting some fine beers in the past 10 or so.  - like highland and rogue. 

 

if you like a good microbrew - they have an extensive offering.

 

J

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Guiness

 

Draught in a irish pub in Ireland is best.

It's definitely not nearly as good somewhere else as Guiness don't travel by water.

 

When not in Ireland I prefer guiness on bottles, they taste more bitter but are still great.

 

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Originally posted by jonbravado jonbravado wrote:

EASY ranburr...........i think budweiser is a fine beer.  i have had both, there are distinctly different, but both great IMO.

 

I just read where Budvar and Budweiser have kissed and made up and it's going to be distributed stateside under that name. whoo hoo.

 

shiner bock is excellent, but shiner hefeweisen is even better.  i like a good wheat beer.

 

J

 

I have to disagree with you about Budweiser.  Good to here about Budvar.  Pretty much all Shiner products are good.  The best Shiner beer they ever made (Spoetzl's Select) was discontinued years ago.  By the way, I was drinking Shiner when we had to drive there to get it.  It certainly has taken off after the Corona people took over.

 

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i used to think bud products were the only beer on the planet then i grew up, i will still drink bud light, but gosh there are some beers out there that make a&b products seem like cheapo beer.
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it IS cheap beer - that's why i drink so much of it

 

my wife is expensive, so i have to cut corners elsewhere. heheheh.

 

agree to disagree - it's fine by me.   Drinking budweiser is part of how i grew up.

it's the country thing to do down here in SC. and i am A ok w/ that.

 

J

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   J,

    I know how the country thing work well.here in Ga all i could get for a while was BUSH light.talk about water.we would mix it with MD20/20 just have some taste to it.It wasn't a good taste ether.But back then i would drink to get drunk now i drink for the taste.funnie how times change.well for the best part anyway i'm not waking up in someone front yard in my undies now days.Just my own lol

 

still open for the Jack and rib Party.(more my speed now days)

 

We should get an Opticstalk cook out planed for everyone in the up comming months.any thought as if it would work?

 

 

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If I'm in a pub, love Smithwick's on draught - nice dark colour with a malty flavour.  At home we have many micro-breweries making excellent products.

My favourites are the IPA style beers

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Not a bad idea at all, BD -

 

how many folks are in the NC, TN, SC, GA area?

or willing to travel to meet some of the optics rascals?

 

J

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   I'll travel to meet some of yin's. would get ot put a face with a name anyways.

 

   I'm down town atlanta during working hours live in Douglasville Ga but drive thru SC going to NC to visite family all     the time.tenn's not to far away alabama is a rocks throw also So i'm up for what ever.

 

     Lets get it going and see if we can make it work. i have a  few beds and a floor for anyone wanting to make it work.

 

 

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Any chance of the even moved somewhere closer to West Coast?

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