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What beer do like?

Post by BruceSmith » Nov 29th, '09, 03:48

In my fridge right now: Sleeman's Honey Brown Lager and Creemore Premium Lager. Other Canadian favourites include Alexander Keith's IPA and their new Premium White, and especially Mill St. Brewery's Original Organic Lager.
Favourite US beer: New Belgium Fat Tire.
Favourite Belgium beer: Leffe Blonde
All-time favourite: Coopers Pale Ale (South Australian)

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Post by huycha04 » Nov 29th, '09, 06:48

VB - Victoria bitter i think is the best bear
333 - vietnamese beer

actually all bear is good

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Post by Fantastical » Jan 13th, '10, 06:19

Orion Beer from Okinawa is pretty damn delicious.

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Post by Gir » Jan 13th, '10, 13:52

Currently I am mostly drinking Guinness Draught.
I also became quite fond of Asahi Super Dry, when I was in Japan, but it's not really quite the same back over here.

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Post by Fantastical » Jan 13th, '10, 17:20

Gir wrote: I also became quite fond of Asahi Super Dry, when I was in Japan, but it's not really quite the same back over here.
It never is...It never is... :-(

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Post by SouthsideIrish » Jan 13th, '10, 18:00

Guinness, Blue Moon, or Grolsch.

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Post by Fantastical » Jan 13th, '10, 18:47

SouthsideIrish wrote:Guinness, Blue Moon, or Grolsch.
Not be a stick in the mud but does guiness count as a ber? is there a diffeernce between beer stout, and ale?

oh the hell with it..throw in St Ides then too!

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Post by SouthsideIrish » Jan 13th, '10, 18:57

I don't think there is. Beer is a general term, it is only Americans that call a lager, beer. To me whether it is a larger, stout,or ale, it is beer.

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Post by Fantastical » Jan 13th, '10, 21:16

SouthsideIrish wrote:I don't think there is. Beer is a general term, it is only Americans that call a lager, beer. To me whether it is a larger, stout,or ale, it is beer.
Then drink up!!!!! :alcoholic:

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Post by Bulykin » Jan 13th, '10, 21:25

Becks :P

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Post by lynchmob72 » Jan 13th, '10, 22:07

Sam Adams and Amberboch are both pretty good beers. :alcoholic:

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Post by Fantastical » Jan 13th, '10, 23:07

I don't know anybody that would willingly drink Coors or Coors lite.

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Post by kyojames_19 » Jan 13th, '10, 23:07

I quit drinking about 2 years ago but I think heineken and coors is better than budweiser.

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Post by SouthsideIrish » Jan 13th, '10, 23:21

Oh, why do we have to talk about skunk water.

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Post by Fantastical » Jan 13th, '10, 23:32

SouthsideIrish wrote:Oh, why do we have to talk about skunk water.
I thought it was Rocky Mountain Beaver urine. :goggle:

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Post by SouthsideIrish » Jan 13th, '10, 23:41

Oh please. When I went to the Coors brewery I blew chunks, and I may do it again just thinking about it.

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Post by Fantastical » Jan 13th, '10, 23:46

SouthsideIrish wrote:Oh please. When I went to the Coors brewery I blew chunks, and I may do it again just thinking about it.

all brewery stink. it's fermenting wheat and yeast and hops and other stuff.
:cry: It does smell bad.

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Post by SouthsideIrish » Jan 13th, '10, 23:47

But now when I get near Coors I smell the brewery stink.

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Post by kuro570 » Jan 14th, '10, 00:00

Wow so many like Guinness. Well for me Corona.

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Post by Fantastical » Jan 14th, '10, 00:01

SouthsideIrish wrote:But now when I get near Coors I smell the brewery stink.
Nah...Coors just stink period.

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Post by SouthsideIrish » Jan 14th, '10, 00:05

Blech! Corona! More skunk beer.

Oh, and most yellow beer is skunk beer to me. LoL!

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Post by Mugatu » Feb 4th, '10, 22:28

One of my all time favorite is Suntory Premium Malts. it's sooooo good!

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Post by Ethlenn » Feb 4th, '10, 22:33

Beer? Gosh, only gin and rum rule^^

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Post by Fantastical » Feb 5th, '10, 16:34

Ethlenn wrote:Beer? Gosh, only gin and rum rule^^


Oh so close to being my second wife (like the first would allow it :lol ) but Gin & Whiskey would have been the correct answer. also single malt scotch would have been acceptable.
The only time rum is acceptable is with a lemon lime soda because it tastes like a cream soda.

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Post by Ethlenn » Feb 5th, '10, 16:46

And when I want to have "an ice-cream-with-stilettos" I take Malibu half-half^^
Whiskey is nice though, especially dark^^

That is why I'm nobody's wife, muahahaha!!

Let's start topic on drinks, I'd like to try new recipes :alcoholic:

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Post by Fantastical » Feb 6th, '10, 08:54

Ethlenn wrote:And when I want to have "an ice-cream-with-stilettos" I take Malibu half-half^^
Whiskey is nice though, especially dark^^

That is why I'm nobody's wife, muahahaha!!

Let's start topic on drinks, I'd like to try new recipes :alcoholic:
And THAT"S another reason why we can't get hitched.
I use to be a bartender. You would be begging you o make drinks all day and night with my practice alcohol to make new drinks. You would never be sober again
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ever
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ever

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Post by Ethlenn » Feb 7th, '10, 14:46

Let's do it! I don't want to get sober, keke^^
I have few books on drinks and I always wanted to learn to make some, but... I make drinks at home or parties with friends instead.
Right now, Cuba Libre in my hand ( I know, tacky, but it's all I have left^^)

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Post by Fantastical » Feb 7th, '10, 14:58

Ethlenn wrote:Let's do it! I don't want to get sober, keke^^
I have few books on drinks and I always wanted to learn to make some, but... I make drinks at home or parties with friends instead.
Right now, Cuba Libre in my hand ( I know, tacky, but it's all I have left^^)
making drinks are easy. you just need to know

Your spirits: the alcohol...you know..the good stuff
Your mixers: pineapple juice, coconut water...anything thing else bu the good stuff
equipment: Tumbler, high ball, stems, the garnishes, etc

And Ethlenn...gimmie your keys and your shoes.
You won't be able to legally walk so much as drive

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Post by Ethlenn » Feb 7th, '10, 15:21

Hehe, but you know, to some drinks angostura bitters is supposed to be used, and I have no idea about where to buy and what.

I don't drive, I have buses for that, mehehe^^

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Post by Fantastical » Feb 9th, '10, 00:27

Ethlenn wrote:Hehe, but you know, to some drinks angostura bitters is supposed to be used, and I have no idea about where to buy and what.

I don't drive, I have buses for that, mehehe^^
WHat kind of drinks do y'all like? gimmie a drink name and I'll show y'all how to do it at home.

There is a shortage of the Angostura bitters so it isn't just you. Look for it in the caribbean section of your local supermarket.

http://www.angosturabitters.com/default2.htm

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Post by Ethlenn » Feb 9th, '10, 01:09

I don't like sweet drinks, that's all. I can drink pretty everything (mmm, White Russian^^).

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Post by jander » Feb 16th, '10, 06:37

Deschutes The Abyss is my favorite and the best :D

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Post by Ethlenn » Feb 19th, '10, 23:56

I tried gin with pepsi, I don't know if that has a name, tasted weird, but good. I added twist of lime and ice. Right now, I made myself a Manhattan, so I think it will be my last post today.

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Post by kuro570 » Feb 19th, '10, 23:59

Omg I could go for a white russian right now, but you know hard liquor like vodka and gin aren't beer like the post asks lol
I myself don't like beer much but loves me some vodka, and some good old Jack Daniels Tennessee whiskey ^.^

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Post by Ethlenn » Feb 20th, '10, 00:05

You got the taste.
I know it's not about this, but should we start topic: "Hard Liquors" and I'm sure the police would be under my door right away.

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Post by kuro570 » Feb 20th, '10, 00:15

Ethlenn wrote:You got the taste.
I know it's not about this, but should we start topic: "Hard Liquors" and I'm sure the police would be under my door right away.
Lmao ><;

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Post by wakopin » Feb 20th, '10, 01:08

Suntory Maltz is pretty good! I also like Ebisu/Sapporo beers in general. There was a Ebisu Silk limited edition last year, it was absolutely wonderful!

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Post by bayawak69 » Feb 20th, '10, 01:16

All time favorite would be New Castle!

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Post by Basuha » Feb 20th, '10, 01:28

Molson and Heineken

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Post by hanekus » Feb 25th, '10, 20:01

I do like the local beer : Csíki sör - Bere Ciuc
and also I like to drink Becks, and Carlsberg

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Post by DarX-S0ul » Feb 25th, '10, 20:11

When I drink beer it's Jupiler
if they don't have that one and they serve for example, maes, primus, ets
I go for a Carlsberg.

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Post by toyotaku » Feb 25th, '10, 20:12

Currently very fond of Kirin Ichiban now that I've found a source. :alcoholic:

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Post by anne_revenant » Mar 25th, '10, 17:07

Don't really post but my favorite beer(s) have to be Blue Moon and Diamond Bear (which I think is only local) - I've been trying other recently because there's "Fresh Market" that will let you mix and match your own 6 pack but I haven't found anything I like quite as much as Blue Moon yet.

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Post by wa1127 » Mar 25th, '10, 21:45

Hey great topic. I am a huge fan of craft beers. I'm not a huge fan of any mass produced beer (Molson, Labatt, Budwiser, etc) My fave beers would include:

Mill St. Belgian Wit
Chimay Rouge
Hockley Valley Porter
Sam Adams Irish Red
Mill St. Cobblestone Stout

Those are just a few. Also to weigh in about the difference between lager, ale, and stout.

Lager= A beer fermented using bottom fermenting yeast at cooler temps
Ale= A beer using top fermenting yeast at higher temps.
Stout= A style of beer that is related to Porter and is a type of Ale

Lagers and Ales run the gamut from ultra light to super dark beers. Simply using ale or lager is not enough to differentiate a "type" of beer.

As a side note: Sake is a type of beer because it is fermented in the same process as beer making. This is because the sugar needed for fermenting comes from a grain not a fruit.

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Post by noobee » Mar 25th, '10, 21:56

i like sapporo beer

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Post by HongKongChick » Mar 25th, '10, 22:14

i dont drink beer..... if i have to, bud light.. hahahaaha

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Post by Cherek » Mar 25th, '10, 22:30

NEVER!

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Post by wsim » Mar 26th, '10, 02:27

Not much of a beer drinker.

I don't mind Heineken though.

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Post by kendricktamis » Apr 9th, '10, 06:56

I will drink just about anytype of beer as long as its cold. I usually will buy Bud or Michelob. I have tried a homemade beer and German brands and Slovak-Czech brands.

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Post by Fantastical » Apr 10th, '10, 06:52

kendricktamis wrote:I will drink just about anytype of beer as long as its cold. I usually will buy Bud or Michelob. I have tried a homemade beer and German brands and Slovak-Czech brands.
Budweiser?
That s just disrespectful to your tongue!

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Post by MitsukaiKuroi » Apr 10th, '10, 07:16

I like "chick beers". My favorite is Wild Blue Blueberry Beer. It is a Lager.

When I was in England I used to go to a pub and get a pint of Bitter. I LOVED Bitter. Don't know what category that falls in but those two are my favorite.

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Post by aimlesswanderer » Apr 10th, '10, 13:52

Don't drink any alcohol, not only because it tastes abominable, but because I need to keep my very limited number of brain cells alive and well.

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Post by Ethlenn » Apr 12th, '10, 13:37

Science proved that neurons can be produced throughout the entire life, and although this capability weakens with age, but still it's not like they are not replaced.

Alcohol, on the other hand, makes synapsis more conductive. Proved by me.

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Post by fcom » Jun 1st, '10, 01:37

I like Heineken! But generally i dont drink alchohol... 8)

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Post by chifromsweden » Jul 4th, '10, 14:25

The only beer I can drink is Corona Extra. :whistling:

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Post by mallorn » Jul 6th, '10, 14:51

Tsingtao is nice, when I can get it. Normally it's Red Horse Extra Strong (local brand) for me and my friends!

We discovered http://www.beerbelowzero.com/about-bbz.html recently, which is amazing. Even one of my friends who hates the taste of beer finished her BBZ bottle!

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Post by unique001 » Jul 6th, '10, 16:19

I will Prefer Red Horse

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Post by reversekit » Aug 17th, '13, 13:26

I like Singha beer and Stella Artois.

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Post by MatsuJun_Fan88 » Sep 15th, '13, 11:44

I usually drink British or Asian beer :D

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Post by fictionalistic » Feb 9th, '14, 00:58

Redd's, if that counts as beer/cider. I don't think it's actually an ale..

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Re: What beer do like?

Post by stud1al » Jun 2nd, '22, 00:12

I don't like beer. I may have a weak Shandy once a year but that's it.

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Re: What beer do like?

Post by Gir » Jun 2nd, '22, 13:19

I drink PBR. I think it's on the better side of the type, and it's like $17 for a 30 pack. :P
And I can sit on my porch and scowl at people. Image
I like the darker ones like a nice stout too, and I really like Asahi Super Dry, but it's a little pricy to go to Japan for it, it's not really as good here.

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Re: What beer do like?

Post by DanyDrama » Dec 29th, '23, 02:31

I have some Premium Brunonia Lager Beer in the fridge that I’m keeping for New Year’s Eve. It’s a beer from Germany.

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Re: What beer do like?

Post by DanyDrama » Feb 9th, '24, 06:51

My new favorite is Smirnoff Mule

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Re: What beer do like?

Post by notallowedhere » Apr 3rd, '24, 09:45

Beers are my favorite perfect combination with chicken!

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Post by kev112 » Apr 28th, '24, 19:53

It has to be Asahi Super Dry, just to remind myself of being in Japan

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