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Another one of my "hobbies" besides messing around/cleaning the Shelby is trying different beers.

I want to hear from you guys around the Country +World.....

 

Some good ones I have recently tried are...

 

1.LandShark Lager

2.Warsteiner Dunkel (German)

3.Aruba Red, although it is a Budweiser product that can only be had at a Bahama Breeze Restaurant it is quite tasty.

4.New Castle Brown ale

5. Never to leave out the Corona

 

Well, let me hear them.... :beerchug:

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This is a great time for beer .... holiday beers! :happy feet:

 

1) Troegs Brewing one of the best micro breweries, MadElf is a MUST GET and is only available around Christmas.

2) Bells Brewing, All their stuff ROCKS but I love their Kalamazoo Stout

3) Celis Brewing, Raspberry and White

4) Piraat Ale

5) Kasteel XX

6) Atwater Block Brewing, Vanilla Java Porter

7) Guinness Stout

8) IC Light Iron City Brewing, must support the home brew!

 

These are just a few of my favorites.

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This is a great time for beer .... holiday beers! :happy feet:

 

1) Troegs Brewing one of the best micro breweries, MadElf is a MUST GET and is only available around Christmas.

2) Bells Brewing, All their stuff ROCKS but I love their Kalamazoo Stout

3) Celis Brewing, Raspberry and White

4) Piraat Ale

5) Kasteel XX

6) Atwater Block Brewing, Vanilla Java Porter

7) Guinness Stout

8) IC Light Iron City Brewing, must support the home brew!

 

These are just a few of my favorites.

 

 

Nice list....must go to the store to check these out, anyone heard of the beers served in the all organic food stores such as Whole Foods (peak organic,New Glarus, Ale Asylum, Viking, Capitol)

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Keith's India Pale Ale....Best in the world....To me that is.

 

LaBatts Blue

 

Molsons Canadian....The oldest Brewed beer in Canada 1786

 

Kalik Gold......Made in the Bahamas

 

Cristal....Made in Cuba

 

Schooner Beer....Made in Nova Scotia only

 

Olands Export Ale....Also made in Nova Scotia only

 

Black Horse Beer.....Made only in Newfoundland

 

Alpine

 

Moose Head Beer

 

Bras D'or Beer

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Yuengling Lager from Americas oldest brewery in Pottsville, Pa.

 

Yuengling .... good call! You got to support the local brews.

 

You ever try Lions Head out of Scranton/Wilkesbarre area? Very tasty inexpensive beer! It's a huge hit at my camp .... only $12.99 for a case of BOTTLED beer.

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Well as an Australian, I can't help but post on thsi thread. :drool:

 

In order

 

Crown Lager (Australian) Oh I miss this sooooooooo much

Keiths India Pale Ale (Canadian)

Yueng Ling (American)

Corona (Mexican) Cause it's so nice to me when I drink lots

Coopers Pale Ale (Australian) Can buy in US and Canada some places

Leff (Belgium)

Cascade (Australian - well tasmanian anyway)

Coopers Stout (Australian)

Negro Modello (Mexican)

West End Draught (Cause I grew up with it)

Red Stripe (Jamaican) Can buy it in US and Canada

Bintang (Bali - Indonesia)

 

Notice I did not mention Fosters. If there were 42,386 beers made in the world I would rank Fosters at 42,385, just to give it the benefit of the doubt.

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I live about 40 miles South of the Lions Head Brewery and 30 miles North of the Yuengling Brewery. There were many local breweries here in the coal mining area. The miners liked their beer. If you go to a bar in this area and ask for a lager you automatically get a Yuengling Lager.

 

Yuengling .... good call! You got to support the local brews.

 

You ever try Lions Head out of Scranton/Wilkesbarre area? Very tasty inexpensive beer! It's a huge hit at my camp .... only $12.99 for a case of BOTTLED beer.

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And there is another good beer called FAT TIRE

 

Thread killer. Fat Tire is the beginning and end. Alpha and omega. The slim slam to the flim flam. My all time most favorite.

 

Close second is Negra Modelo and Dos XX Amber.

 

Also like Zeigenbock, Killian's Red, and good ol' Sam Adam's Lager.

 

:D

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The best beers come from Europe of course. Not really from the Netherlands, like Heineken or Amstel. Those are owlpee. Grolsch is very good and they make a very heavy beer that is called Kanon (=Cannon in English). It is 11.6% alcohol and it hits you really hard when drinking to fast or to much.

 

And Belgium beers. Leffe, De Koninck, Palm and Duvel 8.5% are some of the good ones.

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I live about 40 miles South of the Lions Head Brewery and 30 miles North of the Yuengling Brewery. There were many local breweries here in the coal mining area. The miners liked their beer. If you go to a bar in this area and ask for a lager you automatically get a Yuengling Lager.

 

 

Here's another GREAT PA brewery ... Victory! They make what I call "high octane" but tasty beers

 

www.victorybeer.com/home.html

 

Storm King (9.1%), Old Horizontal (10.5%) and the V-Twelve (12%) will all kick you in the A$$ :tequila: and are available this time of the year.

 

I also recommend any of their all season brews as well.

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Hacker-Pschorr Weisse Bier mit a lemon slice in DAS BOOT!!!

 

The scene in the movie where they are getting depth charged and the Captain authorizes a beer per sailor is none other than Becks. I also own a bottle of Kirin that a battalion of Japanese soldiers were authorized to drink before they did their suicidal banzai charge on Saipan (the bottle is empty). My uncle found it in his travels and brought it back for me. Both of us are huge history buffs.

 

Now, in regards to the topic.

 

1) Anchor Steam

2) Pyramid Hefeweizen

3) PBR-when I want to get back in touch with my blue collar roots and I am working on the car! :hysterical: :happy feet:

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I was one of the first customers at Oskar Blues (Lyons, CO) when he opened the restaurant/pub. Back then it was just a local hangout. Then he and a buddy decided to try a Microbrewery. They bought a used outfit and started making small amounts of beer in the basement. Then it grew.

 

Today it is:

 

http://www.oskarblues.com/brew/

 

 

 

The link to their canning video won't work so follow this:

 

 

http://au.youtube.com/watch?v=4vwBrJ2_Wn8

 

 

Their first was Dales Pale Ale, now getting pretty wide distribution nationwide - and the only craft microbrew sold in cans.

 

They recently moved the main brewery to Longmont, but still make specialty beers next door - seasonal and experimental.

 

My favorite they make is what used to be called One Nut Brown (now LeRoy Brown due to trade name issues).

 

I don't drink much beer any more, but:

 

One Nut (LeRoy) Brown

Mama's Little Yellow Pilz (for hot days on the patio)

They recently cracked open a new one that is slightly smoky that I can't remember the name of but do like.

 

When Alloy Dave and rpretzel (and their copilots) met in Boulder we went to the Walnut Brewery and had some of theirs too. Their brown was good but I still like One Nut better.

 

Other good local beers are made by Left Hand Brewing. My favorite of theirs is Sawtooth Ale.

 

Other beers I like in no particular order:

 

Anchor Steam

Shiner Bock

Guinness (especially on tap)

 

"Working man's beer" for when doing outside work:

 

Miller Lite

Bud Light

MGD

 

Note Coors appears nowhere on this list. Coors regular was the original light beer. I guess trips to Kansas during college (it wasn't sold nationally then) burned me out.

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Some of my personal favorites:

Sierra Nevada Pale Ale

Sierra Nevada Fresh Hop Ale

BBC Bourbon Barrel Stout

Dogfish Head 90 minute IPA

Dogfish Head 120 minute IPA (Only if you are brave. It's 40% abv.)

Yazoo Hefeweizen

 

Seasonal Beers:

Sierra Nevada Celebration Ale (Perhaps the finest winter beer I have ever tasted.)

Dogfish Head Punkin

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Some of my personal favorites:

Sierra Nevada Pale Ale

Sierra Nevada Fresh Hop Ale

BBC Bourbon Barrel Stout

Dogfish Head 90 minute IPA

Dogfish Head 120 minute IPA (Only if you are brave. It's 40% abv.)

Yazoo Hefeweizen

 

Seasonal Beers:

Sierra Nevada Celebration Ale (Perhaps the finest winter beer I have ever tasted.)

Dogfish Head Punkin

 

+1 on the Sierra Nevada beers. My hometown brewery!

 

Also very good: Odells 90 Shilling

 

Nothing beats a bottle of Bud after mowing the lawn during the summer.

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