Favourite Beer

Hi all,

Wanted to get an idea of what good beers are out there and what are your favourite. I'll kick off

Top light beers: Ichnusa (Italian), Menabrea (Italian) and Viru (Estonian)
Top stronger beers: Guinness (I know, classic dark beer but I don't think its bad at all), Duvel (Belgian) and Chouffe (Belgian)

Region: 
Italy

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Mar 30, 2018

Axis IPA from Real Ale, and anything from Founders Brewing Co.

Apr 2, 2018

Founder's All Day IPA is unreal

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Mar 30, 2018

PizzaPort - Swamis, Kook, Wipeout
Greenflash - West Coast IPA
Coronado - Islander, Guava Islander, Stingray & Idiot IPA.
Culture Brewing - Rye & Mosaic IPA
Saint Archer - IPA & DIPA, White Ale
Mother Earth - BooKoo, Kismet
Russian River - Pliny the Elder
3 Floyds - Zombie Dust

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Mar 31, 2018

Love the saint archer white. Sounds like you're a west coast guy. Also love Angel city pils and modern times' oatmeal stout and saison.

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Apr 2, 2018

I really like saison beers, I'll have to try it.

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Apr 2, 2018

+1 for Zombie Dust. Hard to find but wonderful beer.

"There's no reason to be the richest man in the cemetery. You can't do business from there." - Colonel Sanders

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Mar 30, 2018

Brewdog / Two Chefs

Mar 30, 2018

Corona

Array

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Apr 7, 2018

What is wrong with you?

Gotta be Dos Equis if I'm going "Mexican."

Mar 30, 2018

Ommegang Three Philosophers and Left-hand Nitro Milk Stout

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Apr 1, 2018

On Beer Advocate:
"Milk Stout Nitro cascades beautifully, building a tight, thick head like hard whipped cream. The aroma is of brown sugar and vanilla cream, with hints of roasted coffee. The pillowy head coats your upper lip and its creaminess entices your palate. Initial roasty, mocha flavors rise up, with slight hop & roast bitterness in the finish. The rest is pure bliss of milk chocolate fullness."

Damn... I really want to try it, but it's not available in Canada. Is it available in NY? I can look for it next time I'm there...

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Apr 5, 2018

Yep, it is available in the city. It's the best - my #1 favorite beer.

Most of Left Hand's other stuff is pretty good, too.

Mar 30, 2018

Field 41 Pale Ale - Bale Breaker Brewing (this is a PNW deep track)

Mar 31, 2018

Ichnusa is great.
Another good one is Spitfire, or Old Rasputin beer (Russian).. Take a look at SCHORSCHBRAU SCHORSCHBOCK 43 as well lol

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Mar 31, 2018

Leffe Belgian Ale is pretty solid.

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Mar 31, 2018

summer time beer- live oak hefeweizen

everyday beer- karbach lemon ginger

winter beer- 8th wonder rocket fuel

Apr 2, 2018

ONLY TX BEER HERE BABY

Revolver - Blood & Honey
Karbach - Love Street
St. Arnold's - Lawnmower
Karbach - Weisse Versa
Deep Ellum Brewing Co. - Dallas Blonde

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Apr 1, 2018

Division Brewco has a coconut stout that is woth trying next time your are in arlington

Apr 2, 2018

Dallas Blonde is just the best! Its just a perfect beer

Apr 5, 2018

Karbach has some terrific beers. Hard to find outside Texas, however. Shiner Bock is turning up all over East Coast. That's my fav beer for just everyday drinking.

Mar 31, 2018

Julius Echter Hefe-Weissbier Hell

Mar 31, 2018

Fat Yak Pale Ale

Apr 1, 2018

Have you seen this in the US? I love the wild yak.

Apr 1, 2018

Nah only in Australia. Wild Yak is also pretty tasty as well

Apr 1, 2018

New Castle

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Apr 1, 2018

Other Half Brewing, they are making the best IPA's in the USA, from Brooklyn. If you haven't heard of them they are changing the IPA game, a lot of their beers are better than Lagunitas and I'm a fan of lagunitas.

Apr 2, 2018

I would say 95% of the Other Half's beers blow everything Lagunitas makes clear out of the water.

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Apr 1, 2018

Nothing beats a well poured Guinness, straight from the tap at an Irish pub.

I'll probably catch MS for this, but I'm not huge on microbrews infused with handfuls of wandering flavors, a perfectly balanced Stout need not be creative or different.

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Apr 1, 2018

I agree. I really don't like hyper commercial beers but I also don't like the super micro brew breweries that make like 6 bottles a year of a strange tasting beer and name it something ridiculous like 'red demon spunk' marketing it as artisanal

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Apr 6, 2018

The more ridiculous the name, the less likely I am to drink it. I assume they spend more time on clever marketing than brewing.

Apr 1, 2018

I'm pretty biased towards the lighter side of the beer spectrum. Some of my favorites are Kronenburg 1664 Blanche, Blanche de Namur, Affligen Blonde, Hoegaarden, La Chouffe, and Grimbergen Blonde.

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Apr 2, 2018

Same here !

Hoegaarden is one my summer peche mignon...
To add to those you mentioned (glad to see many people here giving creds to beers from my country), I would add the following:

-Smithwicks (Irish red ale)

-Boreale Blanche (Quebec, Canada), great white beer

-Delirium Tremens (A Belgian triple)

-Kwak (a Belgian "amber" beer, really great)

-Blanche de Chambly (Quebec, Canada), great white beer as well.

This is my first post on WSO, love the fact that it is about alcohol!

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Apr 4, 2018

Speaking of light Irish beers - Kilkenny anyone?

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Apr 1, 2018

I am a big fan of Belgian Tripels. My two favorite are "Merry Monks" and "Golden Monkey."

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Apr 2, 2018

+1 SB for Golden Monkey. Tastes great and a six-pack can get you wasted on the cheap

Apr 2, 2018

To all those who commented about small breweries from the US (and I see Texas is popular) is there any way to get these beers in Europe, specifically the UK?

Apr 2, 2018

You'll struggle - Washington state has something like the most amount of micro-brews in the US (it was true 15 years ago at least). They just don't market outside, in most cases they don't even market outside their own state.
You can't even find PBR in the UK, the king of all beers, or is it Natty Ice? Not sure.

Apr 2, 2018

You might be able to find some (technically former) craft beers that have been bought by the big brewers, like Lagunitas or Goose Island.

Apr 2, 2018

you could maybe find a Ballast Point or Stone in the UK

Apr 2, 2018

3 Floyds, Half Acre, Off Color Brewery, and my personal favorite Marz Brewery for sure.

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Apr 2, 2018

3 Floyds might be my favorite brewery of all time, their Zombie Dust is of course amazing. My go to from them might be the Alpha King though

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Apr 2, 2018

I don't drink beer as it usually entails removing my vagina from my purse, so I tend to go with scotch.

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Apr 2, 2018

Awww, wittle guy who is still stuck in his beer pong glory days from middle/high school flung monkey shit.

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Apr 2, 2018

Favorite beers are ever-changing but these ones are always favored.

  • Chimay Grande Reserve
  • Spencer Trappist Ale
  • Hill Farmstead - Edward
  • Allagash Tripel
  • Zero Gravity - Conehead
  • River Roost - Mas Verde
  • Moat Mountain - Czech Pilsner
  • Burlington Beer Company - Barista
  • Shed Brewery - Mountain Ale
  • Harpoon - UFO Hefeweizen
  • Cigar City - Jai Alai & Maduro Brown Ale
Apr 2, 2018

New England IPAs - Trillium, Tree House, Hill Farmstead, etc.

I also really like Suarez Family Brewing up in Hudson

Other Half in NY does a great job too and there are West Coast guys like Monkish who make tasty stuff!

Apr 2, 2018

If you dig the Other Half juice, I'd also recommend LIC, Singlecut, KCBC, Finback (all in NYC).

Have you tried Hudson Valley Brewing's new sours? They're crazy!

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Apr 2, 2018

Coors Light...cannot beat the Rockies

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Apr 2, 2018
  • Karbach Hopadillo
  • Stone IPA
  • Lagunitas Lil Sumptin Sumptin
  • Guiness
  • Corona Light Babyyyyyy
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Apr 2, 2018

That Hopadillo is pretty fire

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Apr 2, 2018
  • Allagash White
  • A Little Sumpin' Sumpin' Ale
  • Heady Topper
Apr 2, 2018

Heady Topper is amazing. Unfiltered and everything.

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Apr 2, 2018

Wicked Weed - Pernicious IPA

Apr 2, 2018

Augustiner -> from Germany. You're welcome.

Apr 6, 2018

Beer does not get better than Augustiner, though Tegernseer Hell would comes close second.

Apr 2, 2018

Going to go on an MS limb here and say Zombie Dust is good but not the best from 3T. I think it's limited availability (pony kegs only) is what drives the cult following. I would reccomend 'Gumballhead' as a nice wheat or 'Space Station Middle Finger' for a great pale ale. If you like 'Alpha King', 'Alpha Klaus' is a holiday beer that isn't as offensive as most are.

If you ever find yourself in Cincinnati, we've had a craft beer renaissance with 2 major craft breweries distributing regionally and upwards of 15 micro breweries popping up and doing serious local distribution. That's not an exaggeration, local stores carry much more local beer than they do any commercial domestics or imports. Rhinegeist's 'Knowledge' DIPA is excellent, as well as their 'Franz' Oktoberfest. Madtree's 'PSA' is a refreshing pale ale, and their 'Lift' is the best Kolsch I've ever had not in Germany.

From KC, I can't not mention Boulevard. They are nationally distributing now, and I've had it many times in New York. 'Tank 7' is a Saison to end all Saison's in the states, and their 'Wheat' beer and 'Pale Ale' are staples that KC people will murder you for talking poorly against.

Apr 2, 2018

A great summer / light beer is Sierra Nevada Otra Vez... either the grapefruit and cactus one or the lime and agave. Fantastic beer.

Apr 2, 2018

Ayinger Brau-Weisse; can't get enough of it. Perfect on a warm summer night.

Apr 2, 2018

i'm not a fan of the very bitter beers (such as IPA)...so i love shock top...in particular the fruit varieties.

ShockTop Sunset Orange (blood orange flavored beer)
Shocktop Ruby Fresh (grapefruit beer)

if you don't like the VERY bitter beers...these are AMAZING

just google it...you're welcome

Apr 2, 2018

Tangerine Haze by Stillwater Artisinal

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Apr 2, 2018
  1. St. Arnolds - Art Car IPA
  2. St. Arnolds - Pub Crawl

Can never really go wrong with a local IPA

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Apr 2, 2018

I'm a fan of Miller. That's why - High Life, Genuine Draft, Lite and Midnight

Apr 2, 2018

Treehouse Brewing - Haze (IPA)
Foam Brewing - Red Dot (American Wild Ale)
Anything from Jester King

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Apr 2, 2018

Natty Light, best pisswater in the world

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Apr 5, 2018

Ah yes, the smooth pilsner with all natural ingredients

Apr 2, 2018

summer - Pyramid Hef and Hoegaarden
winter - Guinness
When in Mexico: Michelada made from Cerveza Victoria

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Apr 2, 2018

My parents live about 15 minutes from Treehouse, and my previous job was a 5 minute walk from Trillium, so a bit spoiled on the beer front.
All time favorites:
1. Barrel-Aged TrillBOMB
2. Julius
3. Heady Topper
4. Haze
5. Single Shot with Vanilla Bean

Best beer I ever had though was an ice cold Weihenstephaner Hefeweizen after a 99 degrees morning I'd spent walking around Boston. I stumbled into a North End restaurant for lunch, asked for whichever beer had the longest name in the largest size, and no other beer experience has ever lived up to that.

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Apr 2, 2018

Can't go wrong with a nice pint of Peroni on tap.

Or pretty much any beer through the butt luge.

'I'm jacked... JACKED TO THE TITS!!'

Apr 2, 2018

Rogue Dead Guy

Apr 2, 2018

Almost an impossible question to answer. When I first started drinking I hated IPAs, but they have grown on me. It's so dependent on an individual's palate.

That being said: get some type of variety pack of a type of beer that interests you. Most micro/mid-major breweries have one right now. That way you can try many different types of beers (people forget that variety is the spice of life). Try as many as possible, and you'll find one that you really like. Stick with that one for consistency purposes but branch out and try other things along the way.

So as to not avoid the question: my absolute favorite is a super cold Flying Dog Raging Bit*h IPA.

Apr 3, 2018

Stouts:
Bell's Blacknote
Founder's CBS and KBS

IPAs:
Bell's Two Hearted
Russian River Pliny the Elder
Old Nation M-43

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Apr 9, 2018

Bell's Two Hearted is hands down the best IPA

Apr 4, 2018

Allagash White is probably my favorite I've tried

They're minerals, Marie!

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Apr 5, 2018

Corona w/ lime

What concert costs 45 cents? 50 Cent feat. Nickelback.

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Apr 5, 2018

Second Corona

Apr 6, 2018

Modelo negro>

Apr 6, 2018

Fratty Light

Apr 6, 2018

pabst blue ribbon, tastes like freshman year

Apr 7, 2018

nothing like Sweetwater 420, especially fresh from the tap at the brewery in Atlanta

Apr 9, 2018

Troegs Perpetual IPA or Left Handed Brewing Company's Nitro Milk Stout

Apr 10, 2018

I've been enjoying Lagunita's IPA quite a bit recently. Goose Island makes several good beers like 312 and their pale ale. A couple local breweries make some great beers as well.

Apr 14, 2018

Mikkeller Windy Hill IPA

Apr 14, 2018

Pretty sure this is going to make me look like some neanderthal or alien but i personally enjoy coconut beer from Mongozo. Needless to say i usually prefer other kinds of drinks. ;)

Apr 15, 2018

Lagunitas IPA, and a Heineken once in a while. Nothing bears a Corona+lime while at the beach or boating. Sometimes it's nice to go to a craft beer tasting just to try something different but there's so many it's impossible to keep up on it and work full time hahaha. Lately though, I've largely switched to cognac, if I drink at all.

Apr 15, 2018

not too festive down this way obviously, but spending the day in american bar for the germany/france game with a Warsteiner in hand, and then off to a brazilian bar for the brazil colombia game, Brahma in hand. Oh how i miss good american craft brew; Seattle's got some of the best.

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Apr 15, 2018

Great beer up in the NW. Pike's Kilt Lifter is great. Can't forget about Deshutes or Rogue down in Oregon either.

I'm too drunk to taste this chicken -Late great Col. Sanders

Apr 15, 2018

Andy, at least your celebrating in a Yankee bar. If they have Budweiser, at least you can enjoy the King of Beers! Although, I'm pretty sure it's not worth discriminating too much against a Miller or a Coors in order to have at least one taste of home.

Apr 15, 2018

yes might have to drink a bud tomorrow, it's better than most of what you'd get here anyways. if i can find fireworks i'll be shooting some off as well, but hopes aren't high

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Apr 15, 2018

Let's drunk dial England!!!

Apr 15, 2018

What kind of PSU grad hates PA?

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Apr 15, 2018

The same kind of PSU Grad who grew up in North Jersey. You try spending 4 years in the a town composed predominantly of Shitsburghites, with their Yinzers, Primanti Brothers and that damned annoying ass Pittsburgh Steeles Song, and the idiots from Philly screaming E-A-G-L-E-S! EAGLES! every chance they get. That said, I do like PA. I just like ripping on it a whole lot more.

Yuengling, for what it's worth, is a great beer and you definitely have a fantastic brewing culture in PA. While I can point out Victory, Sly Fox, Weyerbacher, Lancaster, Yards, Neshaminy Creek, Troegs and, for those in State College, Otto's as being great examples of amazing PA Brewers, I will always rip on PA when I have the chance.

Apr 15, 2018

Yuengling is a great #1 for this list. Really wish I could get some around here.

USA USA USA. F Belgium

Apr 15, 2018

I did go to PSU for undergrad. I don't think it's a bad as you're making it out to be. I grew up on the main line and I never did cheesy random Eagles cheers even though I'm a huge fan. Every school has there share of GDI tools doing annoying stuff on buses. I also don't know what's sooo great about NJ as a state. To me, the only redeemable thing is Avalon.

Anyway, I thought the list was really good. It really put me in the mood to get down to AV and start crushing some of the above listed beers.

Apr 15, 2018

I suppose living in a house that was half filled with Yinzers and half filled with the crazy Eagles fans definitely jades things.

I'm glad you liked the list. And since we're on the subject of PA Beers, if you really want to enjoy a nice 4th of July Beer and can find it, a bottle of the Yards Brawler. It's really nice and mellow for an Ale and is made for session drinking. It's very smooth too.

Apr 15, 2018

Yuengling definitely deserves the number 1 spot. I've been to the Pottstown brewery and they still do things very much in the same fashion as when the brewery was first built (they've semi-recently opened a second nearby). Definitely "weird" when family/friends from states who don't have access to it ask for cases when visiting because it's been such a staple in PA.

However, I picked up a case of Bud heavy for the weekend, partly because of the 'merican cans along with a case of BL Lime. May be girly, but it's a nice summer beer. Tried Coors' attempt at its knock-off and I wasn't a fan. Looking forward to heading "down the shore" this weekend as well.

Apr 15, 2018

[quote=Frieds]

It's also a day where every red blooded American bleeds red, white and blue and screams "'Murica!" after everything they say... or at least that's how they do it in the Red States.

It's all about bucks, kid. The rest is conversation. -Gordon Gekko

Apr 15, 2018

love the Anchor Steam inclusion, I personally prefer Liberty Ale, but what the hell, same company.

surprised you haven't gotten any SBs, I've loved these threads so far.

Apr 15, 2018

Steam is a must whenever you talk about Americana Beers. The California Common is one of two unique American styles and Anchor makes a great beer. I figured a little more Americana would work wonders for the list as opposed to including all possible contenders, which is why I went Steam over Liberty.

Apr 15, 2018

My favorite thing about yuengling is that you can get a case of it for less then $15. Got me through the college days, along with busch lattes.

Apr 15, 2018

I agree 100% with the top 3, great to see Anchor Steam on there!

Summer Shandy though? I read through the story, and get why you would want to put it on there. But the beer just tastes way fruity for me, and I dont know any other male that disagrees with me.

Apr 15, 2018

Great list. Anchor Steam and Blackened Voodoo are incredible beers

Apr 15, 2018

Yeah you kind of need to include Rogue... especially with a beer called "American Amber". If anyone on here has tried their seasonal Yellow Snow, you know what a great operation they run. I will be drinking my Sierra Nevada Pale Ale, or a few leftover Ruthless Ryes from the winter, like I usually am. I was reading a thread on a homebrew website where one of the site members couldn't seem to get his Sierra Nevada copycat homebrew right, and half-joking emailed the head brewmaster for Sierra. The guy emailed back with his attempted recipe corrected! Problem solved. Always been a fan of their beers, and that kind of attitude sealed it.

Apr 15, 2018

@"jss09", Steam was going to make the list no matter what. There is no doubt in my mind that about that one. It's a quintessential American beer.

Well, Leinie's made the list for more than just being a decent beer. My criteria was focused on the brewer's history, the innate "Americana" factor which are things like marketing, unique american style or a celebration of the American Dream or something equally as valued, and then of all the beers, is there something unique or great about having one in the summer. That's how the Shandy made the list. It's combination of being a still ran brewery founded in 1867, with a lengthy history of brewing beer, the fact that it's still a family ran business (despite being owned by SABMiller, the Leinenkugel family are still involved in the day to day running of the company) that reeks of "American Dream". The Summer qualifier came into play because it's a Shandy. It's not the Sam Adams Porch Rocker by any means, but it was the first real big Shandy to get released by a big player giving it a couple extra points.

Still, the Shandy is a unique drink to begin with. I've made Shandys and Hop, Skip and Go Naked!, or Skippies if you like, before but the innovation of bringing the two together is what really got it placed in the Top 5.

@"wareagle4230", not including Rouge was actually done on purpose. They run a great operation and I do enjoy many of their beers. They didn't get included because it wasn't just on name alone and there is nothing special about the American Amber. If I really wanted to find a way to include Rogue on this list, I would have gone with the Rogue Farms beers. It's a better quality beer, grown on site and is fairly eco-friendly. Plus, if Sierra Nevada didn't make the list, Rogue definitely wouldn't have gotten on the list. It was definitely tough to not put Sierra Nevada on the list. As a craft beer drinker, I have too much respect for Ken Grossman to not recognize the fact that he has been such a huge figure in the craft beer world. Without Ken Grossman, most of the West Coast Beer Scene, let alone the craft scene in general, wouldn't be what it was today. On influence alone, Sierra Nevada would be number 1, followed closely behind by Anchor, owned by Fritz Maytag who was a major influence on Grossman, and then Sam Adams. But influence alone isn't enough to win me over for Americana. They changed the game and that's the most important thing anyone can thank Sierra Nevada for.

@"Dingdong08", I'll let your questionable at best rules slide, but will agree on you about Lager. Anywhere in PA you are and you order a Lager, they know what you want. It's a fantastic feeling. I still drink Lager and definitely enjoy it when I'm out. For the cost, it's a hell of a deal and it drinks great. I just think it's one of those beers that makes a great alternative to the other Lagers out there - why drink a Sam Adams when you can have a Yuengling? That's always been my view, and part of my reason to drink Yuengling over Sam; I prefer the taste of it over the Boston Lager.

Apr 15, 2018

@"Frieds" We shall agree to disagree on the Civil War erupting along the Delaware River and someday meet in battle...

Cool story on Sierra Nevada, a beer I've enjoyed for a very long time and still do: when I lived in California after college one of my roommates who graduated from Chico State (I think he graduated in '95 so it's a while back) told us, and later showed us, that because Ken Grossman credited the students at Chico with being his first and very loyal customers while at school and basically being his initial marketing machine when they graduated and moved all around California, he'd sell SNPA in Chico at the same cost as Bud Light (case, keg, whatever). I didn't believe him at first but I went with him to Chico's homecoming one year (and this is a side note-Chico may not be the best school, but I think I partied in college and after seeing them party, I realized that I was but a child) we bought a keg for something like $40 while buying the same keg in San Fran cost ~$80. I don't know if that's still the policy but I thought it was a really cool thing to do.

Apr 15, 2018

Awesome post. I grew up in a town about 20 minutes south of Pottsville and their high school was one of the few, if not the only, in the country where they sold beer (obviously only Yuengling) on school grounds during football games. Needless to say it was every parents' favorite school to travel to.

Apr 15, 2018

Which of these 10 americana beers is most suitable for that quintessentially All-American sport... beer pong?

Apr 15, 2018

Would you like a serious answer or something more humorous?

Apr 15, 2018

Tom Raper, a real American, gives his honest opinion on why PBR is the most American of all beers.

Apr 15, 2018

I just move into stout beers, heavier red wines and heartier meals.

Apr 15, 2018

I absolutely love Left Hand's fall seasonals, particularly their Fade to Black. However, Left Hand makes all kinds of delicious stuff, and their stouts are incredible. You have to try their milk stout when it gets a little colder outside ... mm.

Apr 15, 2018

@"ArcherVice", I don't generally start drinking Stouts until Mid October when it gets a little cooler. Same goes for Red Wines.

@"kraziazi", Left Hand's Fade to Black is good, but it changes from year to year. I wanted to go with beers that don't change much. As to the Left Hand Milk Stout, nitro is the only way to drink it from the bottle.

Apr 15, 2018

I probably drink once or twice a month, so I just don't explore that aspect of my palate much anymore.

Apr 15, 2018

As to Nitro, agreed. Or you could always buy one of their "world's first stout-specific glasses" http://lefthandbrewing.com/shop/left-hand-stout-gl...
Also, that's why I like Fade to Black ... because it changes. This is probably too early in the season to suggest this, but I also enjoy: http://renegadebrewing.com/radiator-2/

Apr 15, 2018

just booked a trip to Oktoberfest in Cordoba, Argentina October 10th, can't wait! http://www.welcomeargentina.com/villageneralbelgra...

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Apr 15, 2018

Schlafly pumpkin ale if you can find it. Thank me later.

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Apr 15, 2018
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Next stop: Flavortown!

Apr 15, 2018
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Apr 15, 2018
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