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Chief Chesty Forlock
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There be your Chimay, which goes without saying.

Cascade Pale Ale
Coopers Sparkling Ale
Crown Lager
DAB
Grolsch Lager Swing Top
James Boag's Premium Lager
Pilsner Urquell
Redback Wheat Beer
Victoria Bitter


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Baden Baden
Stella Artois
Guiness
Bohemia
 
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Fat Tire Amber Ale
Shiner Bock


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I have the benefit of being friends with a Master Brewer so his Brenham Lager was and still is the best I've tasted. He closed his brewery and is now helping a couple New Orleans breweries get back on their feet.

Bass
Guiness
(preferably togerther)
Simpatico
Bodingtons
Steinlager
Milwaukee's Best Light, better know as The Beast, an all day brew Big Grin



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beer bad Razz


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I've seen many posted so far that I have loved well, so I won't repeat them...okay, Chimay..mmmm

Samuel Adams (Original, Cherry Wheat, Octoberfest[sic])
Shiner Kolsch
Molsens (just Molsens, none of that Golden or Ice stuff)
Blue Moon
Weihenstephaner
Warsteiner (both the original and dunkel)
Dos Equis Amber
Negro Modelo
Czechavar
Humperdinks





 
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Weihenstephaner
Warsteiner
Czechavar
Humperdinks


there's an Eddie Izzard bit in there somewhere, i just know there is...


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Rolling rocks

Sam adams scotch ale

Guiness

Sam adams boston lager

Corona

And others too many to mention ..


 
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I love Corona, too. Also Carlton Crown Premium Lager. Those are the two I have if I want to spoil myself.

I tried some good beer in New Zealand called Monteith's. They even brought out a special beer with spices in it, for summer.

The other day I had a beer called Beez Neez which is flavoured with honey. It was not too sweet and had a mellow, smooth flavour.


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Beer makes me bloat in the tummy, so i normally steer clear but I do lurve it for its nice taste. I'm picky about my beer tho like I'm picky about my coffee.

Shiner Bock is nice. When Sara and I met in Philly we talked about this beer...she apparently can get it a lot(lucky her) but me, I gotta go to a beer distributor and get it "in season"...I forget where my Ex boyfriend used to go but he always got it in the spring. It was VERY nice and mild.

Yuengling lager is always a good standby. So is Guiness in the right mood.

But this summer I discovered Smythwick's. It's made from the same company as Guiness. LOVELY taste, with no serious bitter aftertaste. The bitter aftertastes get me down.Razz But I like the full bodied taste without the bitterness...Smythwicks ROCKS.Big Grin

Other beers I've loved:

Chocolate beer(yes, really, and I forget who made it but it wasn't sweet...it was made with unsweetened cocoa beans. VERY full bodied and wonderful.)

Pete's Wicked Ale

Coors Extra Gold(When all else fails, go to Coors.Big Grin)



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I tried a chocolate beer at a brewery on the South Island of New Xenaland. It wasn't bad. They said they only brewed it there, so I can't buy it anywhere else. Frown


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CNN had a little article about seasonal brews....I may have to try some of these. Okay, I'll have to try as many as I find, lol.

Beers for this Fall





 
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Heineken
milwaukees best ice
Red crayon brew
 
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Heineken
milwaukees best ice
Red crayon brew


ya know, if the topic was "Bears we have known and loved" you could put Danae. Ha ha ha hee hee.
 
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Or if it was 'Bores that I have never cared for' I would have put you smash
 
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If it was "Beards that I have never cared for" i'd mention that hairy goomer on yer face and i ain't talkin' bout Danae either! evil
 
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