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My wife likes killians red but she is avoiding it due to being pregnant. She is even having us cut down on pop.

I bought something ultra cuz it was dirt cheap. Way better then expected.

I have been known to drink Black Label which would be my favorite cheep beer.

But Beck's Dark is probably my favorite massed produced beer.

My favorite local micro brew is 90 Schilling which is brewed in Ft. Collins Colorado.

My favorite microbrews is from Lousiania and I will have to hunt up the name. It is Black Voodo something.

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I really don't care for beer. I don't like Budweiser at all, Bud Light gives me a headache, and Ultra I find makes my tongue feel like it's burning.
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Oh my goodness.. favorite beer..... ummmm.... errrr.. that's a tuff one. Most Long Trail brews (micro brewery here in VT)... couple of micros outta Maine.. Allagash and Smutty Nose come to mind... and Gritty McDuffs.. Commercial brews.. Molson is a long time favorite.. along with Labatts.. Becks Dark.. damn... anything except Clysdales Piss or Rocky Mtn Koolaid I guess..
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NO BEER EVER....It is Soapy Water to ME....Sorry, i will never drink your beer if you leave it here? hahahahahaha, i can't swallow it? NO. :wah:
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LottomagicZ4941 wrote: killians red ... something ultra ... Black Label ... Beck's Dark ... 90 Schilling ... Black Voodo something


Fuller's ESB. Young's Special. Abbot ale. Strong Suffolk. Kronenborg 1664. Bitters many and manifold. Not too many larger beers. Stout. Porter. Mild. Barley wine. Hic! Even the Jocks make a couple of decent beers (and a couple suitable also as wood preservative (cf. creosote).

Mustn't forget cider, either, although this is about beer.
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Bill Sikes wrote: Fuller's ESB. Young's Special. Abbot ale. Strong Suffolk. Kronenborg 1664. Bitters many and manifold. Not too many larger beers. Stout. Porter. Mild. Barley wine. Hic! Even the Jocks make a couple of decent beers (and a couple suitable also as wood preservative (cf. creosote).

Mustn't forget cider, either, although this is about beer. Many Moons ago, I used to love Tartans Young Keg beer.
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Hefeweizen with fresh lemon rubbed on the edge of the glass...all 1200 freaking calories of it! LOL.



I like Killian's Red, too. There are lots of local microbrews that are pretty good.
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I prefer honey-wheat bears. Brand is not too important.

Mead is another favorite (but hard to find...I often have to just make it myself).
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Please what is MGD?
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Miller Genuine Draft
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I'm suprised how many of these beers I've never even heard of!
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Having Soave Pinot Grigio, No Cigs since 12/24/04....Having Trouble...I will Drink Enough WINE to go Ni-Nite... :mad:
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It depends on my mood. Right now I am drinking a Heiniken. I had a Steinlager with lunch yesterday and last evening a Guinness.
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As my dad says: "My favorite beer is a cold beer." :D
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Steamwhistle a Canadian microbrewery in Toronto. Schlieman another in the region. Molson Stock Ale (no preservatives). Guiness Dark. Moosehead. Labatt's 50. Lots of draft beer, Canadian and European, lagers and ales.

Killer beers (10%) Crest. Faxe. Good thing I'm not in the beer store.

Like tombstones dad says, "Cold beer."
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Root.

Or Stella Artois.
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koan wrote: Root.

Or Stella Artois.


Stella Artois is too hoity-toity. Sassafras without the fermentation.
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kensloft wrote: Stella Artois is too hoity-toity. Sassafras without the fermentation.


It's only "hoity-toity" if you drink it with your pinky in the air.
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koan wrote: It's only "hoity-toity" if you drink it with your pinky in the air.


Hoity-Toity= Can't afford its price.
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kensloft wrote: Hoity-Toity= Can't afford its price.


That's where it can come in handy being a woman. But then, I never order the most expensive thing on the menu. Don't like to take advantage of my feminine wiles. ;)
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koan wrote: That's where it can come in handy being a woman. But then, I never order the most expensive thing on the menu. Don't like to take advantage of my feminine wiles. ;)


Keep trying to think of something smart or witty to say and this is it.
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kensloft wrote: Keep trying to think of something smart or witty to say and this is it.


You beat me. You got the last word. Oh, guess you didn't. :-6
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koan wrote: You beat me. You got the last word. Oh, guess you didn't. :-6


Thanks for the chuckle.
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kensloft wrote: Thanks for the chuckle.


It's like a compulsion...can't help it. Only sleep get's in the way.

You win this time. Timer ran out on the response. Enjoy it...it doesn't happen often.
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koan wrote: It's like a compulsion...can't help it. Only sleep get's in the way.

You win this time. Timer ran out on the response. Enjoy it...it doesn't happen often.


The chuckle was when I realized that the only way that I was going to get the last word in was if I went into the great beyond before you had an oppotunity to reply to the post.
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Pineapple Juice & Grey Goose Vodka. ;)
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Fresh Apple Cider and Southern Comfort. Think you're drinking pop 'til you realize that you can't stand up anymore
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i believe you...this is my beer. Am i missing something? :o
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Great question

My top ten

1.McEwans Export

2.McEwans 80

3.McEwans pale ale

4.Calders 70

5.Tartan Special

6.Directors ale

7.Newcastle Brown Ale

8.Cornish Cream

9.Sweet heart stout

10.Guinness

Now where do I start with Cider :wah: :wah: :wah:

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I haven't drunk beer for 30 years but I used to like 'Worthington E'....don't know whether it's still around . Might be tempted to try Guiness. Any fans ?
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Yes I like it Bez, but it does have a tendency to make you fart. :wah: :wah: :wah:
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Guiness is too rich for me. I'll take black & tan. Bass pale ale is good in the large bottle; the small bottle doesn't taste as rich for some reason. :confused:
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I was never a big beer guy I always went for the bourbon....no sense in wasting time.

But if I did drink it I liked Fosters ale and Molsons or Michelob dark.
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Budweiser's my favorite, though I've tried Newcastle Brown Ale and that's good too.

All through my teens, 20's, and 30's, I was an absolute teetotaler. It wasn't until I got into my 40's that I developed any taste for alcohol at all. I wish this hadn't happened, since I'd prefer to go back to being a teetotaler. I get a guilty conscious everytime I give into the temptation to go and have some beer, (about once per week, now.) Bloody Marys are good too, when properly mixed with clam juice. They don't get me drunk, though. They just give me an ever-so-slight headache.

I've yet to experience a hangover in my life.
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kumininexile wrote: Budweiser's my favorite, though I've tried Newcastle Brown Ale and that's good too.

All through my teens, 20's, and 30's, I was an absolute teetotaler. It wasn't until I got into my 40's that I developed any taste for alcohol at all. I wish this hadn't happened, since I'd prefer to go back to being a teetotaler. I get a guilty conscious everytime I give into the temptation to go and have some beer, (about once per week, now.) Bloody Marys are good too, when properly mixed with clam juice. They don't get me drunk, though. They just give me an ever-so-slight headache.

I've yet to experience a hangover in my life.
if I may be so bold, bloody mary's are made with tomato juice, Caesars are made with clamato juice.
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What's a, "Ceasar?"
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kumininexile wrote: What's a, "Ceasar?"


same as bloody mary with a little extra spice and instead of tomato juice clamato juice is used (clamato is tomato and clam juice mixed currently it can be bought premixed) Caesars were invented here in my home town.
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Lowenbrau, Carlsberg Export, Grolsch or anything that is going spare really...

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