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    Cyburbian michaelskis's avatar
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    Beer... giving planners a smile since 1829

    Because it is *well soon to be* Friday, I think that we should take a moment and pay tribute to our favorite beers. Mine, well I went to the source... and yes, it is America's oldest brewery.

    Thank you Mr. Yuengling. *oh and the 4 daughters are going to take over the business some day, I already asked, and none of them are single.


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    I'll have a Heineken, Stella Artois, Oranjeboom (sp?), Crown or Corona, thanks

    I only have one more hour of Friday afternoon till I can go home and have a beer

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    Originally posted by JNL
    I'll have a Heineken, Stella Artois, Oranjeboom (sp?), Crown or Corona, thanks
    WHOA!!!! all at ONCE!!!!!! Bartender, line 'em all up for Jenn

    haha. lol.

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    Originally posted by LouisvilleSlugger
    Bartender, line 'em all up for Jenn
    Yes please, and an extra Corona for Slugger in honour of your birthday

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    Corona is great as long as it's got the lime in it.

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    While this has already been done, it is a good topic none the less

    Tranplanner is going to hate me for this one, I still have a few bottles of 50 from my trip to Toronto. They will be gone by the end of saturday.

    The creemore barely made it home.
    Too lazy to beat myself up for being to lazy to beat myself up for being too lazy to... well you get the point....

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    Bass Ale. Hmmmmmm - thirsty!
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    I have to say I'll have a Corona and Shiner Bock.

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    reeb

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    Originally posted by donk

    Tranplanner is going to hate me for this one, I still have a few bottles of 50 from my trip to Toronto. They will be gone by the end of saturday.
    Why would I hate you for not drinking crap beer?

    I, uh, still have one bottle of your Garrison left. I'm saving it for a special occasion.

    Tonight, I think, will be a Mill St. Organic Lager night. Mmmmmm... Shame they only sell it in tiny (195ml) bottles.


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    Two more weeks and I'll be drinking Moose Drool. Mmmmm....

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    Beer is for wimps, stout is for men
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    Originally posted by SGB
    Bass Ale. Hmmmmmm - thirsty!
    Bass, oh yes, Bass!
    Always better with good friends!

    Have a Great weekend!
    It is all a matter of perspective!!!

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    Guinness
    Pabst Blue Ribbon
    Lakefront Brewery's Riverwest Stein Beer
    New Glarus' Breweing's Hearty Hop Ale (or any other pale ale for that matter)
    I have also rediscovered the joy of Sam Adams.
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    Originally posted by giff57
    Beer is for wimps, stout is for men
    If you are in to drinking thin oatmeal and like the taste of burnt charcoal
    I can't deliver UTOPIA, but I can create a HELL for you to LIVE in :)DoD:(

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    Newcastle, Honey Brown, Guiness, Newport Storm, Killians, Bass, Sam Adams . . .

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    Lambic

    I have not yet seen a freference to Belgian Lambics. If you like the taste of fruit in your beer, this type is for you. More than likely, a girfriend or spouse would love it. They are worth trying but are expsensive. All of them are very good. My favorite I will leave to another post

    Lambic:

    Faro / Saison / Framboise / Gueaeze / Kriek
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    Sierra Nevada or other hoppy IPA beers are great!

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    My favorites

    1. John Smith Bitter, not available in the US and brewed in Tadworth, England.

    2. Guiness

    3. Stampede Stout brewed at the High Noon Saloon in Leavenworth.

    4. Bitburger

    5. Turborg

    6. Colt 45 (when funds are tight)

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    The best beer is the one you made yourself!

    I've got a keg of homebrew wheat in the fridge, so there!

    Its a micro-micro brew.

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    Originally posted by Seabishop
    Sam Adams . . .
    Sam Adams is the worst stuff ever.

    I was at a party where all they had was Sam Adams, Miller Lite, and Budweiser, so I took the lesser of three evils (bud) and ended up feeling like total shit the next day.

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    Schells-fine german beer in the US. www.schellsbrewery.com


    There’s an old saying “Never trust a brewery under 140 years old." Okay, it’s our old saying, but it’s true, nonetheless. Schell's is the second oldest family-owned brewery in the country. While microbreweries and beer trends have come and gone, we’ve been right here, tirelessly brewing fine lagers and ales for the people who appreciate them. Visit our brewery grounds and you’ll see deer, roaming peacocks, gnomes, not to mention barrel after barrel of the finest beers imaginable. That’s just who we are, as it has been for over a century.

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    Re: My favorites

    Originally posted by Budgie
    1. John Smith Bitter, not available in the US and brewed in Tadworth, England.
    It is available in Canada!

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    Re: The best beer is the one you made yourself!

    Originally posted by el Guapo
    I've got a keg of homebrew wheat in the fridge, so there!

    Its a micro-micro brew.
    Is it a micro brew or home brew?

    Do you all grain mash or use the syrup?

    If you like a really pale ale designed like a chzeck lager, I have a good one for you!

    Whats the largest batch size you can do?
    I can't deliver UTOPIA, but I can create a HELL for you to LIVE in :)DoD:(

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    Kunstmann...no other...
    Budweiser... no thanks, specially because the one that comes here isn't from the US but from Argentina (but it's still like having sex in a canoe )

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