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Favorite beer?


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What's your favorite beer? I prefer a nice dry cider. Since my hubby works for a craft beer company I've become a beer snob. I used to never ever drink beer, jager was my drink of choice. Straight, no chaser, but water. However, my palate has widened and I'm not a fan of dark beers like stouts, but I'll try pale ales and lighter beers. (Going along with the topic things that annoy me, I'm procrastinating again!!!!)

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Overall, I love a good German Hefeweizen. I got to spend a week in Germany in August and that's literally all I drank. I think I had a glass of water at one point though...

My new, easy to find favorite stateside though is Not Your Father's Rootbeer. Out of all the trending "root beer" beers gaining popularity, it's by far the best. I always loved root beer as a kid, and this stuff tastes so legit you can make a root beer float with it, which I highly recommend trying!

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@Scootover88 I just realized you responded to this, but that "not your father's root beer" is yummy! We tried another one made from a different company and it was super sweet and just not a good flavor. We haven't tried making a float, but I think that may be the plan this weekend!

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1 hour ago, PTFC said:

I love a nice Blonde Leffe. 

Ahhh Belgium's produce my favorite Ales.

 

I enjoy...

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I grew up in Germany and absolutely loved any Hefe Weizen I could get my hands on.  It was the only style of beer that would quench my thirst after enjoying a nice spliff of tobacco and h&sh.   Since I have been stateside the last 25 years my beer tastes have varied.  Some people may frown upon this but I am a huge Stella Artois fan....yes I know its a corporate monolith that is brewing beer by the billions of gallons, but I think it tastes pretty damn good.  I also enjoy Heineken and Moosehead....they are all kind of in the same family, a little skunky but if you let them breath a bit, they taste great to me.

As far as craft beers go, I am really digging Allagash White..nice and dry but not overly fruity.  

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when i was younger i used to love carlsberg. i stopped drinking for a while as an effort to get healthy, And when i went back the thought of carlsberg made me wretch. when i do have an occasional swally its carling or harp. but i do love blue moon also.

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I go threw fazes ..Even tho ive given the booze up mostly i went onto stouts ..Loved Guinness but after 15 pints of it the stuff coming out the other end was not nice .. 

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Lol it feels feels like a fresh bullet wound, and looks like a japanese flag.

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and i am sampling my favorite right now :) 

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So many beers and so little time.  I agree with aintnouse and enjoy Stella Ortois. Very tasty.  

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On 1/22/2016 at 7:54 AM, aintnouse said:

I grew up in Germany and absolutely loved any Hefe Weizen I could get my hands on.  It was the only style of beer that would quench my thirst after enjoying a nice spliff of tobacco and h&sh.   Since I have been stateside the last 25 years my beer tastes have varied.  Some people may frown upon this but I am a huge Stella Artois fan....yes I know its a corporate monolith that is brewing beer by the billions of gallons, but I think it tastes pretty damn good.  I also enjoy Heineken and Moosehead....they are all kind of in the same family, a little skunky but if you let them breath a bit, they taste great to me.

As far as craft beers go, I am really digging Allagash White..nice and dry but not overly fruity.  

I'm with you on the Stella, @aintnouse. My favorite local craft is Sweetwater 420 pale ale. Refreshing.

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Rogue Chocolate Stout is pretty good.

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