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Posted by Bob L. (+5040) 9 years ago
drink only one beer for the rest of your life, what would it be?

(May as well keep the beer threads going)


My choice: Harp Lager
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Posted by SsquaredDesign (+151) 9 years ago
Shiner Bock

The only good thing to ever come out of Texas. However, I can't seem get it in MT anymore.
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Posted by Bob L. (+5040) 9 years ago
Shiner Bock

The only good thing to ever come out of Texas. However, I can't seem get it in MT anymore.




Shiner Bock. Nice choice.

Once, in a former life, I cajoled a waitress until she opened up a Houston airport bar at 8:30 AM. I consumed two Shiner Bocks before my plane departed. Or was it three?
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Posted by Gunnar Emilsson (+13658) 9 years ago
It would be my homebrewed Munich Helles.
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Posted by Richard Bonine, Jr (+14076) 9 years ago
Samuel Adams Chocolate Bock.
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Posted by Bob Wildrick (+67) 9 years ago
How about Yuengling Lord Chesterfield Ale. Have one left and then have to get up to Pennsylvania to replenish. They only sell the Lager and Black and Tan down here in the South. They brew that stuff in Tampa but the good stuff only comes from PA.
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Posted by cubby (+2464) 9 years ago
Simple COORS
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Posted by CS Hunt (+331) 9 years ago
Leinenkugels Berry Weiss
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Posted by Leif Hope (+97) 9 years ago
A big toss up between Stella Artois and Peroni. Got the taste for them while living in Italy.

it's whats for dinner, lol
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Posted by Toni Rentschler (+1519) 9 years ago
Pumpkin Beer! You can only get it in MC durring Halloween, but in Billing all the time at The World Trader.
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Posted by Ken Ziebarth (+311) 9 years ago
I was impressed by Paddlefish Stout that I had at Rib and Chops last week!
Ken Z
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Posted by M T Zook (+506) 9 years ago
a nice macrobrew... Miller Lite
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Posted by Matt - Schmitz (+169) 9 years ago
Pabst Blue Ribbon, in a frosty mug. Heaven on tap.
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Posted by Levi Forman (+3715) 9 years ago
Probably Newcastle Brown Ale.
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Posted by Bob L. (+5040) 9 years ago
Leinenkugels Berry Weiss



OK. I need a ruling. Does this even qualify as beer?



(I kid. I kid.)
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Posted by Gunnar Emilsson (+13658) 9 years ago
I was too polite to say anything about berry weiss, which I regard as one of the most wretched beers on the planet (Okay, maybe not as wretched as Leinenkugel Sunset Wheat).
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Posted by Bob L. (+5040) 9 years ago
The words "Gunnar" and "polite" are not often used in the same sentence. Just sayin'
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Posted by Jason Goodson (+29) 9 years ago
hands down pbr in a can
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Posted by hilinetransplant (+132) 9 years ago
stop with all your fancy beers..just give me a BUD!
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Posted by Bob Netherton II (+1907) 9 years ago
A bottle of Lucky Lager with a word puzzle in the cap(at least that's what we often drank while dragging main).
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Posted by Richard Bonine, Jr (+14076) 9 years ago
I was too polite to say anything about berry weiss, which I regard as one of the most wretched beers on the planet (Okay, maybe not as wretched as Leinenkugel Sunset Wheat).


Or Samuel Adams Cranberry Lambic
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Posted by Levi Forman (+3715) 9 years ago
I actually like Lindemans Pomme Lambic, but it's not beer. In general I agree with the consensus here about lambics.
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Posted by Tracy P. (+88) 9 years ago
Hornsby Cider Ale, love it. Or else, just a Miller Light with clam
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Posted by Stone (+1587) 9 years ago
Crown
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Posted by M T Zook (+506) 9 years ago
Stone, if you like Crown, try R&R. Quarter of the price, all of the flavor.
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Posted by Cory Cutting (+1275) 9 years ago
Wynkoop Railyard Ale (IPA)
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Posted by Stone (+1587) 9 years ago
Zook, the first time I ever had R and R was with your brother at the 600 Bar in the basement below the 600 cafe. Wow, that was along time ago.

I'll stick to the Crown unless someone has a good bottle of Pendleton or some Makers Mark.

As for Beer, Bush light is good and cheap and not at all pretentious.
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Posted by M T Zook (+506) 9 years ago
Stone, you scoff at R&R and then say Busch Light is OK? Wow, you may want to step back and re-evaluate. Glad to hear that little story though, miss that guy.

I had a roommate in college that said Busch was like baled hay in a can. It makes my head hurt, so I stay away. Funny thing was he preferred Keystone.

I stand by my Miller products.
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