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I love corona with lime...first encountered it when I moved out to Indianapolis Indiana from Vermont...:D
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Sparks beer , i like the buzz it gives and it comes in a harley orange can . it is also my nickname i've had for over 35 years . also MGD and Heiniken . mix drinks for me is kessler and pepsi , jim beam bourbon and sprite and scotch and canada dry ginger ale .
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Fat Tire was my very favorite beer.
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i like the kind with bubbles. :)
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My favorite kind of beer is any beer I pour for last call.
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SnoozeControl wrote: Negro Modela:yh_drool
I serve that beer at my place. I'd never seen anyone else who'd even heard of it.
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I remember that Miller High Life used to come in pony bottles, about 8 ounces as I recall. Great for a quick cold one between classes. :D



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Accountable wrote: Anybody remember Billy Beer? Yes, I'm that old.
So am I.
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Franziskaner!

I like Guiness too. Otherwise, not really picky about beer, I'm not.
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Blackjack wrote: Franziskaner!



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In my youth I tried every single beer known to mankind...nowadays it all kind of tastes the same to me.

I mostly drink Bud light, (even though I'm right next to the Coors brewery) but I have a real penchant for "Tequiza" which is Budweiser's attempt to compete with Corona and Lime.

It's cheap and tasty! The lime flavor goes great with the New Mexican food we eat here.:D
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Choosing a favorite beer is tough. So many choices. Also depends where you live, although in this day of efficient commerce, selections across the country are more varied than they were even 10 years ago. Europeans have access to many brands that simply don't make it across the ocean to the U.S. Many of the beers I enjoyed while stationed in West Germany during the '80s are not to be found easily. Some brands just don't move well. While stationed in southeast Asia, I enjoyed San Miguel beer. I got to Europe, found the same brand, but made in Spain, and it was horrible. Or perhaps I just had a bad memory. Presenty in my cooler you'll find Molson's Golden, or Killians Red. More often the Molson's however. Killians is a bit heavy.
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Well, now we know you guys are all bloody drunks and Snooze likes dark mexicans!!!!



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Where to start?

Wadsworths 6X

Batemans XXXX

Timothy Taylor's Landlord

Castle Eden

Old Hookey

Bass

Marsden's Pedigree

Robinsons

(falling down juice)

Fullers ESB

Theakston's Old Peculiar



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I always choose bitter beer pulled by a hand pump. This is what we in Britain call real ale. Two of my favourites are London Pride and Bombadier.
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Explorer the eighth wrote: I always choose bitter beer pulled by a hand pump. This is what we in Britain call real ale. Two of my favourites are London Pride and Bombadier.


I really don't get on with the Charlie Wells but the Pride's a good pint.

I guess your choice puts you around St Albans - betwixt Wandsworth and Bedford?
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Bryn Mawr wrote: I really don't get on with the Charlie Wells but the Pride's a good pint.

I guess your choice puts you around St Albans - betwixt Wandsworth and Bedford?


I live in East Yorkshire, but the reason I have been able to taste such good southern beers is because some of our pubs, up here, have guest beers. Some of these can be different from week to week and so that makes it difficult to remember some of the names of them. There must be thousands of different beers and many of those may stop being produced as new ones take their place.
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I am not a bif fan of beer but my favorite would have to be Desperados, beer with some techila... Then Kronembourg, Heinekein, Stella, Becks and Guinnes...


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Dutch AMSTEL beer

no not that special taste i know but it's plain simple beer better then heiniken and i can drink lots of it witouth a need to pee :wah:
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Free beer:wah:

Seriously though..... "Spitfire" - brewed by Shepheard Neam

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newcastle ALE..

but since i live in america and everything is expensive imported. i have to settle with john adams. . or my fav. bud light (cause everybody at college drinks that )

but natural light (natty light) is so gross.:guitarist
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carona, mexican beer with lemon.
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cider



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CIDER. Mmmmmmmmmm. *drools*
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I'll take a little Heiny any day.:cool:
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Pinky;648617 wrote: :wah: :wah:

It can act as a beer bottle holder, hehehe!
Works for me!!
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Pinky;648620 wrote: Decorative AND functional...bonus!!:D
Yeah I don't mind warm beer.:cool:
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Pinky;648624 wrote: Better than a cold heiny any day, lol!
:wah: :wah:
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Corona.
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Skullsplitter

Fraoch

Thrappledichter

etc etc etc

Oh, and Guinness
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Am I the only Canadian in here ..lol.

Coors Light

Alexander Keiths

Molson Canadian

Lakeport

Kokanee

Blue

Ex

then there's:

Bavaria

Brava

Heiniken

Corona

Stella

Rickards (red and pale)

and my favorite Japanese beer, Asahi....succulent!

...Im not an alcoholic..really
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I don't really have a favourite, but... depending upon my mood, here are a few I tend to purchase...

Westvleteren Abt 12

Three Floyds Oak Aged Dark Lord Russian Imperial Stout

Three Floyds Dreadnaught Imperial IPA

Foothills Sexual Chocolate Imperial Stout

Bells Expedition Stout

Chimay Bleue

Arrogant Bastard Ale

Stella Artois

Duvel

Willimantic Pushing the Envelope Extreme

Hacker-Pschorr Weiss Bock

Ayinger...


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It's Corona for me;) :D
Very nearly perfect ... :D
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Tetley 2 name but one.:D
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My favorite beer is Becks :D the best beer ever.
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G-man;649001 wrote: I don't really have a favourite, but... depending upon my mood, here are a few I tend to purchase...

Westvleteren Abt 12

Three Floyds Oak Aged Dark Lord Russian Imperial Stout

Three Floyds Dreadnaught Imperial IPA

Foothills Sexual Chocolate Imperial Stout

Bells Expedition Stout

Chimay Bleue

Arrogant Bastard Ale

Stella Artois

Duvel

Willimantic Pushing the Envelope Extreme

Hacker-Pschorr Weiss Bock

Ayinger...


I am with you on this list. Westvleteren Abt 12 is arguably the best beer ever brewed.

I take exception only with Stella.

That is the nastiest tasting beer I have ever tasted, I think.

It tastes like skunk ****.

There are a couple of nice breweries near my new home.

One is O'Dells Brewery.

They make a nice ale called 90 shilling.
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