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    ^ st-ambroise oatmeal stout, sam smith oatmeal stout, dieu du ciel's "aphrodisiaque" cacao/vanilla stout

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    Do any of you brew your own? I am thinking about trying it out.

    My favorites are:

    Karl Strauss Red Trolley Ale


    Heineken


    Leinenkugel's Sunset Wheat

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    STELLLAAAAAAAAAAA!!!!!!!!!!!! (for everyday thirst-quenching)

    I also like Quebecois beer - esp. Blanche de Chambly and a strong one, La Fin Du Monde, makes "American beer" tastes like water, they're quite stronger, and on the lees meaning they have yeast sediments at the bottom of the bottle, so, you get more fermentation, and an unique taste, and of course, more of the yeasty fresh goodness which ages the beer well.


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    I don't drink beer anymore. But when I did, I had my preferences.

    Warsteiner is good for when you plan on dumping a few liters down your throat without making your tummy feel heavy.

    Other favorite beers included:
    Stella Artois
    Leffe Blond
    Jupiler
    Palm

    And the best beer I ever had was "Straffe Hendrik", from a local brewery in Brugge, Belgium. That beer is one of the few beers that has left me with nothing but good memories.

    Me and a buddy, drunk beyond imagination, singing the Wilhelmus with the shirts off our back, arm in arm. At 4am in the morning.

    All the other beers also gave me bad memories.

    edit: The most fun beer I ever had was "Kwakje". In the original "Kwakje" glass.
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    The Dutch are awesome and so is their beer. (Along with Belgian and German)

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    Notice how I didn't name a single Dutch beer though. :P

    Quite honestly, I'm not a big fan of dutch beer. Most are not bad. (Although Grolsch is). But Belgian beer is just better.
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    I tried a tequila flavoured beer a few weeks ago called Desperados. I LOVE it.

    Also like Corona, Stella, Keith's India Pale, and Rickards Red. Pacifico was very popular when I was in Mexico. It was great grabbing a beer at any convenience store for under a buck and walking down the street drinking away. Hitting up the local taco stands. Mexico is great.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Qre:us View Post
    STELLLAAAAAAAAAAA!!!!!!!!!!!! (for everyday thirst-quenching)

    I also like Quebecois beer - esp. Blanche de Chambly and a strong one, La Fin Du Monde, makes "American beer" tastes like water, they're quite stronger, and on the lees meaning they have yeast sediments at the bottom of the bottle, so, you get more fermentation, and an unique taste, and of course, more of the yeasty fresh goodness which ages the beer well.

    unibroue company yaya! don't love blanche de chambly (though friends do), but fin du monde is quite nice..

    .. and maudite..
    and raftman, and ephemere.. and so on and so on
    "Develop interest in life as you see it...the world is so rich, simply throbbing with rich treasures, beautiful souls and interesting people. Forget yourself." -- H. Miller
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    Johari the good..
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    I'm a FiNe SiTe to see!

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    I hink bevmo carried quotes by h. miller

    all I can manage for tonight is

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    The best I've ever tasted: Delirium Tremens



    There's pink elephants on the bottle for crying out loud. It also ages quite well, which is not something most beers do.


    The best when price and ease of obtaining are concerned:

    Shiner Bohemian Black Lager



    Good ole standby.

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