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Discussion in 'The Barefoot Pub' started by Longboard, Jan 23, 2012.
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Longboard wrote:Lagers &
Coopers Pale Ale. End of
Coopers Pale Ale. End of discussion. Mods can lock the thread now
I'm partial to Blue Moon and
I'm partial to Blue Moon and all it's seasonal varieties. Really enjoy the Terminator Stout here as well. Oh and Heffeweizen.
black butte porter by
black butte porter by deschutes brewery. outside of germany Boregon is the beer capitol of the US so you sorry suckers only get tid bits of good micros. we have a plethora here. that's a big word. you might want to take a minute to look it up.
the best i can remember but is no longer made is thunder head cream stout by portland brewing.
*warning, i've had a few and then some*
Somebody grab Talon...He
Somebody grab Talon...
He needs to be in on this!
(((Bass ale or Boddingtons, please.)))
Dogfish Head 120 Min IPA -
Dogfish Head 120 Min IPA - continuously hopped for 120 minutes...num num
Oh I forgot about Rogue's
Oh I forgot about Rogue's Dead Guy Ale. Actually I like a lot of Rogues beers.
Hacker-Pschorr Hefe Weisse
Hacker-Pschorr Hefe Weisse bier. Come on Germany - let's hear it, you're the experts.
For American beers, love Sierra Nevada and Deschutes Pale Ales and IPAs.
I need to come up to Oregon and try some of your micros. The key is the hops, right? Or is the grain better there also? (farmer question)
I need a big list of different beers to try, I'm going out of state (Utah) soon. Although Utah does produce a few good beers: Uinta's Anglers Pale Ale, Squatter's Hop Rising, and Wasatch's Polygamy Porter.
I normally drink a few beers
I normally drink a few beers a night lately. Knowing I need to cut back I had 1 last night. Gained 5 pounds yesterday according to my scale.
Anyhow, if you guys visit Austin you need to go to Uncle Billy's Brew and Q and get a Hop Zombie.
Miller light rocks!
Miller light rocks!
Miller light, really???
Miller light, really??? ick.... Beer snob here sorry. Cheers :beer:
I'm less of a snob about
I'm less of a snob about Miller Lite than I used to be. It is terrible, but tolerable so if it is what is available, or I'm trying to cut calories, I will have it.
I think a lot of people who say they don't like beer base it on Miller or Bud, which is reasonable.
If it's free I guess I'll
If it's free I guess I'll drink it but it's not something I would buy. That sounds like a reasonable assumption NSDR, those beers could really put off some people to beer. A really hoppy beer can do that too though. Hoppy beers are hit and miss with folks, you either like it or hate it usually.
Fuller's ESB...if you find a
Fuller's ESB...if you find a girl that likes it; she is a keeper!
Am I the only one that thinks
Am I the only one that thinks most import beers kind of suck compared to most local micros here?
Well other than a few brewed in Belgium that aren't often replicated by US micros.
runner_mc wrote:Miller light
I have and will always pick natural light over miller
Best beer I ever had was a Naty light!
It was imediately following an 1-1/2 hours of basketball in 95 degree weather, and the beer was ice cold!
In all seriousness, I'll drink a pale ale in the evening while hanging out, but after I get back from a hard run on a hot day, darker & hoppier beers make me sick!
Totally agree a cold PBR
Totally agree a cold PBR is awesome right after a run on a hot day.
Abide wrote:Am I the only
Yeah, there is nothing as good as a micro to me. Texas is really coming along in that department.