Discussion in 'Off-topic Zone' started by Bungarian, Dec 19, 2007.
Lets here what you like. I like the Chimay stuff.
A cold one
Most anything from Unibroue, Guinness, Sierra Nevada..
Dos Equis Amber on tap
Shiner on tap
Black and Tans
I've got a 22oz Arrogant ******* in my fridge waiting for me. That's a good one. If you like hoppy beer that is. If you don't you are going to puke.
Nocal has a ton of great breweries that I favor -- North Coast, Mendocino, Lagunitas. Also, this season brings the joy of Winter beers, barleywines, and other special brews.
But really, the best brew is always a fresh one that was made close to where it was served. Most microbrew pubs are going to have something that beats the tar out of anything in a bottle.
i can't buy any yet so what ever i can get my hands on
Samuel Adams Black Lager is my current fav. Tried that for the first time the other night and was highly impressed. It's got some sweet overtones, but man, it's good stuff.
I totally forgot my fall back beer when nothing else at the liqour store piques my interest....
Shiner on tap
Sam Adams is pretty good stuff. The winter ale is solid as well as the summer ale. Its not my favorite, but every Sam Adams I have had is, at the least, drinkable.
I couldn't possibly pick just one. The bar I go to most often has over 100 beers on tap and over 220 beers available. I typically select some Belgian beer, most likely a golden ale such as Duvel.
hands down, this one is tops.
In absolute agreement here. It's hard to beat when your choices are somewhat limited or if you just want something that's an easy-drinker.
lmao...you and I have VERY different tastes in beer. I wouldn't drink a rolling rock with a gun to my head.
I'm a fan of too many to list, but the list would include...Guinness, PBR, Yuengling, Boddingtons, and Magic Hat #9.
Duvel over Chimay?
Now thems fightin words.
But seriously if you like Belgian style -- check out what some of the Northwestern breweries are making -- Brother Thelonius is particularly good. Not as good as the real thing but usually about a quarter the price.