What's your favorite beer?

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  1. chris_atl

    chris_atl Auditioning

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    I have two I guess. I prefer Amstel Light when I don't want to throw down 10 bucks on a 6-pack.

    But if I can afford it, I really enjoy Asahi.

    Oh yeah, Strongbow on tap is great!
     
  2. MichaelAW

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    It's unavailable in the States, but Staropramen, a Czech pilsner brewed in Prague, is my favourite. I fell in love with it in Prague a few years ago, and am pleased as punch that the Systemo (state-run liquor store here) in Sweden carries it. [​IMG]
     
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    Favorite? I no more think that one beer is best than I have a best movie. On the day one or another may be the best. Still:

    Most Belgium beers
    La Fin du Monde
    Coopers Sparkling Ale
    , which is anything but
    Most English Real Ales (in bottles for something readily available, I’m partial to Samuel Smith’s
    Bohemia
    And I find Samuel Adams very good for generally available beer and ale in the States

    Lots of others, as I did not get started on German and Central European beers.

    This is sort of like asking a father which child is his favoriate.
     
  5. Rob Tomlin

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    Moosehead! [​IMG]
     
  6. Wes C

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    Jack Daniels [​IMG]
    beer[​IMG]
     
  7. Rain

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    Big Rock Traditional Ale from Calgary, Alberta, Canada. [​IMG]
     
  8. SteveGon

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    I've got simple tastes. Hook me up with a Corona or on occasion, a Guinness, and I'm happy. [​IMG]
     
  9. Zen Butler

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    Bear Republic's Hop Rod Rye &
    Stone's Ruination IPA
    are my current ever changing faves
    2001 Chimay Grande Reserve Blue Trappist Ale brewed by Belgian Monks, probably my favorite of all time
     
  10. Jan H

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    Took a brewery (Eurail)tour of Europe in college. My favorites:

    1. Pilsener Urquell - hands down. The finest beer in the world, IMHO.
    2. I'm with Zen on the excellence of Belgian beer. Can't go wrong with any of the wheat beers there.
    3. Carlsberg
    4. Spaten
    5. ESB Extra Special Bitter - don't know if Fuller's makes it anymore, but it was my favorite ale.
     
  11. Dome Vongvises

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    I'm simplistic.

    Amberbock and Guiness.
     
  12. Dave Morton

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    Guinness is my favorite. I like to refer to it as the nectar of the gods [​IMG]
    On the lighter side, I do enjoy Hacher-Pshorr
     
  13. Matt Pelham

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    Sam Adams Boston Lager - simple, relatively cheap, and amazingly delicious.
     
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    A&W [​IMG]
     
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    Moylan's Double IPA, second runner up would be the Hop Rod Rye that Zen listed above.
    Peace Out~[​IMG]
     
  16. Jeff Pryor

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    Heineken. Samuel Adams Cream Stout and Winter Lager. Molson Red. All Michelobs.
     
  17. Chris Moe

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    Sierra Nevada Pale Ale.
    Dave Morton, Mountain Dew is the Nectar of the Gods [​IMG]
     
  18. Kevin Potts

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    George Killians Irish Red
    Granted it isn't some exotic foreign beer, but I love the stuff.
     

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