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Old 05-31-2009, 06:20 AM   #21
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We should also list tips for proper beer tasting. Like what snacks to use and other helpful ideas.

Mine:

Start with lighter beers and work into darks as the darks will overpower your tastebuds and you won't appreciate the full flavor of a light after that.
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Not a big Heini fan, but your other 2 pics are very tasty!
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Old 05-31-2009, 06:22 AM   #23
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Not a big Heini fan, but your other 2 pics are very tasty!
I use Heini for Jagerbombs lol. Those **** you up.
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Old 05-31-2009, 06:24 AM   #24
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We should also list tips for proper beer tasting. Like what snacks to use and other helpful ideas.

Mine:

Start with lighter beers and work into darks as the darks will overpower your tastebuds and you won't appreciate the full flavor of a light after that.
Good tip. You never want to go from a double IPA to a regular IPA. I once drank a Dogfish 120 Minute IPA and a regulasr IPA at the same time (because you can only sip the 120) and the 120 made the regular tast like club soda!

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Czechvar aka Budvar/Budweiser outside of the US/Canada.


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Old 05-31-2009, 09:13 AM   #27
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Heres a local Brewery here, a few miles south from here
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Old 05-31-2009, 09:44 AM   #28
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I finally agree with you for something Dark Elf

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Local Breweries are also really good. Brutopia has a really good Honey beer
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Czechvar aka Budvar/Budweiser outside of the US/Canada.
Been touting the deliciousness of czechvar for some time. Ever since Budweiser started distributing it, its much fresher, but the price went up a few bucks per 6-pack.

I think I'll throw up a few great Czech beers that can be found in the US


For those interested. 1/2 liter bottles only!

Eggenberg

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these are tasty!!!
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Old 05-31-2009, 03:48 PM   #31
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I don't drink anything too fancy.

Usually Pilsner Urquell, Heineken, Blue Moon, Corona, Stella Artois, etc.

For casual drinking with my buddies, i usually enjoy Miller products. I haven't really developed much of an appreciation for the finer beers you guys are posting. I have time though, i'm only 22 years old!

Can anyone suggest a nice tasty beer for me, at a reasonable cost? I really enjoy the beers i posted above, but i can handle heavier beers.
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Old 05-31-2009, 04:37 PM   #32
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in the brewpub I like beers, I usually go with the amber, but "La Belle Province" is also extremely good (it is a maple flavoured beer)

for bottled, I would have to go with the popular choice like the others and

are my favourite (though I used to also really enjoy l'eau benite which they don't make any more). Like some one said, they are Belgian abbey style beers and extremely strong (maudite is 8% and FDM is 9%)



then again the beer fest is next week so maybe I could add some other interesting choices

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I don't drink anything too fancy.

Usually Pilsner Urquell, Heineken, Blue Moon, Corona, Stella Artois, etc.

For casual drinking with my buddies, i usually enjoy Miller products. I haven't really developed much of an appreciation for the finer beers you guys are posting. I have time though, i'm only 22 years old!

Can anyone suggest a nice tasty beer for me, at a reasonable cost? I really enjoy the beers i posted above, but i can handle heavier beers.
I'll throw this one out there for you......



It's a readily available (in stores and pubs), nicely smooth, darker beer.
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That is an IPA I have never seen. I'd like to get my hands on that somehow.
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then again the beer fest is next week so maybe I could add some other interesting choices
I think this year I will actually go
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I really want to try one of these.

Sam Adams Utopias

anyways, enough dreaming. I'm a fan of Redhook Long Hammer IPA. It's local too.
I saw this at the brewery this past April. Didn't get to try it, but it smelled like maple syrup.

As for the topic at hand, I like Harp beer by Guiness the best so far. I've tried a lot of variety from all over. The worst I've had has to be Gulden Draak from Belgium. YUCK!

P.S. Schultzy, Go Pens!
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I wanna go to Oktoberfest

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I wanna go to Oktoberfest
Me too.

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