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What's your favorite kind of beer (not bear)?

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  • alakramalakram Member UncommonPosts: 2,292

    Oooh I just forgot about Coronita, really cold and with a piece of lemon on the bottle neck it tastes awesome. It's beer from Mexico and it has a little of tequila, mmm tastefull.

  • ersingibleersingible Member Posts: 70

    Sometimes I feel like Uncarebeer.

  • ste2000ste2000 Member EpicPosts: 6,194

    Grizzlies, they look powerful and cute at the same time image

     

    PS: Guinness

  • KwanseiKwansei Member UncommonPosts: 334

    Go to Flagstaff Az.. Go to BEaver Street Brewery.. try their IPA... /heaven

  • AvatarBladeAvatarBlade Member UncommonPosts: 757

    Paulaner, Heineken and Grolsch.

  • ZorgoZorgo Member UncommonPosts: 2,248

    Grizzly.

  • JoeTanJoeTan Member UncommonPosts: 70

     

    BROWN BEAR IS BEST. that is all.


  • EvilGeekEvilGeek Member UncommonPosts: 1,255

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  • malrodmalrod Member Posts: 87

    sam adams especially the summer ale

    live long and prosper
    strength and honor

    if urgent do it yourself
    if you have time-delegate it
    if you have forever-form a committee

  • HyperbeamHyperbeam Member Posts: 124

    Abbot Ale, as brewed by Greene King in Bury ST Edmunds...yes it is divinely sent :)

     

    On subject Ale mainly, in the last ten years or so, (thanks to organisations like CAMRA),the standard of ale improved tremondously.  Saying that though the diversity of such ales is being threatened by the before mentioned Greene King.

     

    Anyway yeah Ale I love thee :)

  • Marcus-Marcus- Member UncommonPosts: 1,002

    Guinness no doubt.

     

    Though a Sam Adams every once in awhile is nice... Just not the Summer Ale (sorry Malrod : )

     

     

  • thebigchin11thebigchin11 Member Posts: 519

    Out the tap they all taste much the same to me.

    Chins

  • Loke666Loke666 Member EpicPosts: 21,441

    Originally posted by thebigchin11

    Out the tap they all taste much the same to me.

    It is kinda like saying all computer games are the same.

    Comparing a Bud (you know, like making love in a canoe) with a Guiness, all black with foam like cream is weird.

    You of course don't have to like any of them at all, but saying they taste the same is a different matter.

    Of course American "lager" are a rather similar bunch with a few exception, but they really have nothing in common with ales or stouts.

  • thebigchin11thebigchin11 Member Posts: 519

    Guiness isn't beer.  If I put a Fosters, Carlsberg, Kronenberg in front of you out of the tap, I would put a years wages on you not being able to name them.

    Chins

  • Loke666Loke666 Member EpicPosts: 21,441

    Originally posted by thebigchin11

    Guiness isn't beer.  If I put a Fosters, Carlsberg, Kronenberg in front of you out of the tap, I would put a years wages on you not being able to name them.

    If those were all the choices, no problem. I usually get malt Whiskey right as well, unless we are talking the weirder stuff.

    You just need to level up a little more.

    But take back that about Guiness, it is by far the worlds finest beer. 

  • thebigchin11thebigchin11 Member Posts: 519

    Guiness is stout mate

    Chins

  • thebigchin11thebigchin11 Member Posts: 519

    Interestingly (or not) also originally brewed in london. 

    Chins

  • Loke666Loke666 Member EpicPosts: 21,441

    Originally posted by thebigchin11

    Guiness is stout mate

    Yeah, and stout is a beer.

    Water + malted barley + hops. Yeah, Guiness also got some potato in it (originally to fool the tax collectors, breweries paid tax after how much barley they used in the old days).

    But same basic ingredients in all kinds of beer.

  • Loke666Loke666 Member EpicPosts: 21,441

    Originally posted by thebigchin11

    Interestingly (or not) also originally brewed in london. 

    That is wrong. Porter was originally brewed in London and stouts are an evolved porter but not the same thing.

    But the original recepy or Guiness is from Dublin. They in fact have a secret ingerdience as well. When they moved in they found some big tub with old beer brewing. They never cleaned it but just added more to it and every Guiness gets a little of that. It together with potato give G it's unique flavor.

  • thebigchin11thebigchin11 Member Posts: 519

    ok, I'll hold my hands up, was making the more narrow assumption that we were talking about wheat beer.  Well, not gonna make my bet with a guinness and a Carling. 

    Chins

  • seabeastseabeast Member Posts: 748

    Man, things be slow in the MMORPG world when the topics change to this. Rift server crash?

  • jazz.bejazz.be Member UncommonPosts: 877

    Quick pils beer: Jupiler

    When I want to sit down and have a drink: Leffe brown or white and Duvel.

    To me Duvel is the best beer there is, Leffe is good also, but sometimes I don't feel like drinking candy :-)

  • Loke666Loke666 Member EpicPosts: 21,441

    Originally posted by thebigchin11

    ok, I'll hold my hands up, was making the more narrow assumption that we were talking about wheat beer.  Well, not gonna make my bet with a guinness and a Carling. 

    Wheat beer? That is actually pretty rare, most beers are brewed from barley, hops and water.

    There are a few nice German wheat beer and a buddy of mine always drink them when he actually can find them, but almost all beer are from barley. 

    I know my beer. :)

  • LawlmonsterLawlmonster Member UncommonPosts: 1,076

    Shiner Bock, it's a Texas thing.

    "This is life! We suffer and slave and expire. That's it!" -Bernard Black (Dylan Moran)

  • EmhsterEmhster Member UncommonPosts: 916

    Griffon Rousse.

    Rogue has some good one, but they are hard to find here :/

    Guiness is good, or Murphy. I like any stout/imperial stout/porter beer.

    Spaten has my vote when I feel pale ale.

    When I'm at a mexican restaurant, I order a Dos Equis to feel cool for some reason.

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