For the beer lovers

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  1. jayfromnyc

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    For the beer lovers in the site, I've created a new album, its just me and beer bottles. Hope you all like. J
     
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    i thought this was a beer pimp thread. :frown:

    highjack :biggrin1:

    Chimay Grande Reserve - pure heaven in a brown bottle.
    Lindemans Peche Lambic - to quote buffy "beer. foamy. good."
    Lebatt Blue - get your trailer park on.
    Guinness - don't really need to sell this one.
    Leinenkugal's Creamy Dark - stout on anti-depressants. all the mood none of the bitter.
    Atwater Brewery - really anything from atwater is good. good like orgasms good.

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    guinness

    or if u want to trick it up a bit, a black and tan with guinness & fosters

    u can keep all your amber bock wheat ruby ales, use those for boiling brats maybe.

    oh yeah, mickey, "trailer park" here (socal) is busch light....fav of the nascar crowd.
     
  4. MickeyLee

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    blech.. eewwww... horse piss in a can... not a beer.

    true TP and PJ beer, and the worst beer known to mankind - Steel Reserve. dirty. cheap. might be dry cleaning fluid in a can. *shudder*

    Yuengling Black & Tan is a pretty sweet from the bottle treat. so can't believe i forgot it on the original list.



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    Whenever I'm in California, I enjoy anything by Russian River. I've had several types and I don't remember the names, but it's always good.

    Budweiser Budvar is a favorite. I tried it in the Czech Republic and drink it whenever possible. Unfortunately, it's not sold where I live. (btw- this is the original Bud)

    Alexander Keith's India Pale Ale, Granville Island Pale Ale, Rickard's Red, Sleeman's Honey Ale. All good Canadian beers.

    Efes in Turkey is pretty good for a huge commercial brewery.

    There's a town near Stuttgart, where they make this fantastic beer called Schwarzer Adler. My friend in Dusseldorf insisted that we take a special ride down to this town just for the beer, because according to him, it's only sold in this town. It was so refreshing... I mean, the best I ever tasted. On a hot summer day.. heaven. We got wasted and I had no hangover the next day.

    I never had a bad Belgian beer. I think, that overall, they make the best beer.
     
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    I actually prefer anchor steam, but all i had was bud for the pics LOL
     
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    nothin wrong with a bud, especially if you're drinking it with food, washes almost anything down and doesn't compete.

    and with mexican food i luv me sum negra modelo
     
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    you are forgiven. *sorry about the stealing of the thread*

    oh and nice peen. like a any good beer ya got a nice head on it :wink:

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    I don't know if it's still around, but the Dixie Brewing Co. down New Orleans way used to make a lager called Blackened Voodoo, along with an ale named Crimson Voodoo.

    Both were remarkably good brews.

    I don't drink much beer these days, at least not compared to my flaming youth, but I have a soft spot in my palate for the full-bodied stouts. Guinness is a favorite, of course...and my favorite black & tan pairs it with Harp. Young's Double Chocolate stout is also high on my list.

    And when I can find it in a pub, I'll never pass up on an Arrogant Bastard
    ale. :wink:
     
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    Here is my meagre contribution in girly purple....

    I truly don't know shit about beer...BUT

    I like Kronenburg 1664 and Calsberg Export. Not classy or flash but tastes good in my opinion.

    And I will now actually drink most beer if it tastes reasonable. Up until about 4 years ago I would NOT touch the stuff but now I quite like it.

    Quite like that blonde bier too, but dunno who makes it and always get told its girly!! :-D

    Most blokes I know like Fosters it seems.
     
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    Sierra Nevada, Love it
     
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    Tuesday may be a difficult day to stave off your youthful indiscretions if the darks are your weakness...
     
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    May I recommend the produce of the Williams Brothers?

    Heatherale.co.uk

    They have many more but it seems their website isn't well updated. I don't know how well they are sold internationally either.
     
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