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  1. #46
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    Hard to narrow it down, but here are some of my favorites

    Sam Adam's Octoberfest
    Dogfishhead 60 minute
    Magic Hat #9
    Rogue Dead Guy Ale
    Flying Dog Pale Ale

    And if you're ever in the Baltimore area, check out Brewers Art downtown, good food and brew their own beers. Their most popular one is Ressurection Ale

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    Quote Originally Posted by raiderfan007 View Post
    I'm a fan of 'wheat beers' or white beers.

    Hoegaarden is my beer of choice.
    Hoegaarden is the single most memorable beer I ever tried, yet for neither bad or good. I still to this day can't decide whether I liked it or not...it just tasted extremely odd to me for some reason.


    Quote Originally Posted by Kilmer
    Looks like I am going to try a Great Lakes Brewery sampler pack first. My boss suggested it.
    That is a solid choice for someone looking to get back into brew. I can't say anything negative about any of their beers. Just be sure to try Great Lakes Christmas Ale when it comes out sometime in November...its fantastic.
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    Shiner Bock tastes like ass.. like they didnt use any hops.
    When I die , bury me in New Jersey...because I wanna remain politically active.


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    George Meany -- former president of the A.F.L.-C.I.O

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    Natural Lite
    12 oz.


    ah,......comes in a can
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    "Betrayal is the only truth that sticks." - Dan Black


    “Life is either a daring adventure or nothing. To keep our faces toward change and behave like free spirits in the presence of fate is strength undefeatable.” - Helen Keller

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    PBR tall boys
    Black Tires (like a Black & Tan but with Fat Tire instead)
    Hoegaarden
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    If we did all the things we are capable of, we would literally astound ourselves. - Thomas Edison

  6. #51
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    Quote Originally Posted by Muscle View Post
    Those are the best of the chick beers, for sure.
    You're just saying that cuz you can't afford them... LMAO...

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    Quote Originally Posted by duck View Post
    I bought some DogFish Head 90 Minute IPA for the last Skins get-together, and Davekn gave the 90 a rousing endorsement. I am not a beer drinker, so I thought it tasted like armpit.
    What does armpit taste like if you don't mind me asking?

    I also have to recommend any of the Ommegang beers. It's an upstate NY brewery (Cooperstown) and they are quite fine. I've tried the Ommegang and the Three Philosophers. Both are quite good IMO.
    http://www.ommegang.com/

    And oh yeah, Raid, that is some crazy sh!t. First time I've been online since then. You obviously have impeccable taste! :)

    One more thing. I'm still always a big fan of the Harpoon IPA.
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  8. #53
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    Smithwick's
    Newcastle Brown Ale
    Harp Lager
    Shiner Bock

    Those are probably my favorites.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VTHokie7 View Post
    Rogue Dead Guy Ale
    I just tried that when I was in Chicago a couple of weeks ago... and neither my brother nor I could finish a glass.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheNextStep View Post
    Smithwick's
    Newcastle Brown Ale
    Harp Lager
    Shiner Bock

    Those are probably my favorites.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheNextStep View Post
    Smithwick's
    Newcastle Brown Ale
    Harp Lager
    Shiner Bock

    Those are probably my favorites.

    I like Harp Lager too.
    I also like Samuel Smiths Pale Ale and Bass Ale

  12. #57
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    I know I'm going to get killed here or this, but Beer tastes horrible. I try it about every 10 years thinking my tastes may change and I'll like it, but nope it sucks every time. I'm more of a Vodka guy when I drink.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PatsFan2003 View Post
    I like Harp Lager too.
    I also like Samuel Smiths Pale Ale and Bass Ale
    I am definitely a fan of Bass Pale Ale, too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheNextStep View Post
    I am definitely a fan of Bass Pale Ale, too.
    I only like them on draft....in bottles it's OK if the bottle is very COLD...otherwise...draft is the way to go...I drink this mostly because it's common and available in a lot of bars.
    "I would not join any club that would have someone like me for a member." - Groucho Marx

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    I'm the type that can drink just about any beer, other than the real thick stout kinds.

    But my favorite by far is Sam Adam's October Fest. Between the taste and the time of year it comes out, it's freaking perfection. I JUST finally saw some on the shelf yesterday and bought a 12 pack. Chilling in the fridge for Sunday. Woohoo, can't wait, it's the official start of fall for me. Week one of the regular season and a few SA October fest.
    Picking them off... one at a time!




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