Your favorite beer?

100 in Sacramento today.

Had a Henekin Light, Tecate, Miller Genuine Draft & a St. Pauli Girls today. And a couple of black russians.

All because of the heat.
 

Melissa Sue

Founding member
murphys is delicious. although lately i have been drinking Rogue Dead Guy. That is some darn tasty stuff right there.
 

Father Luke

Founding member
lol

Let's hear it for Buckhorn Beer!

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pichon64

Not read nor write
There are two local beer brands in Uruguay. One has a girl's name: Patricia, and it's the best. Bitter and hard to find. The other one is Pilsen. It's lighter, a little 'waterish' and usually one cent (or peso) cheaper. Of course you can find several imported brands, but... trust me, you'll like Patricia.
 
Gotta read some more Buk before I can contribute to other threads but I do have some insight into the fine art of brewski.

Favorites - Shiner Bock, Pilsner Urquell, Guinness, Harp, Modelo, Modelo Especial, Tecate, Carta Blanca, Fat Tire, XX Amber, etal.
 

Father Luke

Founding member
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"Kaliber is a premium non-acoholic ale style brew imported
from the makers of Guiness. The rich amber color and
full-body delivers all the taste of a beer with less alcohol." -- bottle notes

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So many......

Now it's Tsing Tao, Asahi, Newcastle, Bishop's Finger. Also dig the Anchor Steam, Sam Adams, XX, Guiness.

I drink Kronenbourg daily though.

Tecate is good, but only in a can for some reason.

Anyone else taste a diff twixt bottled and canned beers of the same name? A tallboy and a regular can also taste different to me....
 
Fooling Mother Nature

Father Luke,

Good kall with the Kalibers. (Forget O'Douls.)

I like a N/A when the weather is hot and I need to
remain sober among the blood relatives. I don't
miss the alcohol at all.

Some other good ones:

http://www.tobp.com/review/nabrews.asp

European brews such as Clausthaler can still put the
weight on around the middle but the taste is divine.

Bottoms up....Poptop.

PS. I almost addressed you as Father Luck! Keep spreadin'
the joy.
 
So many......

Now it's Tsing Tao, Asahi, Newcastle, Bishop's Finger. Also dig the Anchor Steam, Sam Adams, XX, Guiness.

I drink Kronenbourg daily though.

Tecate is good, but only in a can for some reason.

Anyone else taste a diff twixt bottled and canned beers of the same name? A tallboy and a regular can also taste different to me....

I can, only drink Foster's in a can, that big one, much better than the bottled for some reason. And Tecate is better in the can. Most beers taste better in the bottle and that makes sense so I don't know why a can would be better.
 
Depends. Heineken is my fave for regular, affordable consumption when I want to somewhat savor it; for "getting the job done" cheaply, though, gotta go with Steel Reserve.
 

Hosh

hoshomccreesh.com
It's a little on the nose, but for an Irish kid like me it's always been Guinness. I like the STOUT best, but will drink the pub draught, etc. & being in the southwest of the US, it's prudent to have a favorite Mexican beer...so Negra Modelo. Love Black Butte Porter from Oregon, a couple of European wheat beers, & I had a couple of ice cold Budweisers in the Pair-A-Dice Bar in Shoshone, WY in the summer of 1998--$1 a mug, & I had to change my tune & admit that there's a place for the cheap American macro-brew...& that bar was it! 10 years ago & I haven't forgotten how great those beers were.
 
I had to change my tune & admit that there's a place for the cheap American macro-brew.

I agree; for years I drank only better beers such as Bass, Murphy's, Guinness, Sam Adams, Boddington's, etc. Now I prefer a Miller Genuine Draft; although I'll take 10 Stella Artois' if I'm feeling decadent. I'll even drink Coors or Coors Light, which I never would have done in the past. However, a Budweiser product will never, ever pass throught these lips again. Never.
 
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