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    The Beer thread

    I am a beer snob. A big one. I hate the crappy American lagers that get shoved down our throats with their multimillion dollar advertising blitzes.

    Because I haven't seen a thread like this, I'll post one. What are the best beers that people might not have heard of? Any recommendations?

    I'm personally a big fan of Bells brewery. They've got a great beer called "Double Cream Stout." It tastes like a really heavy porter. Good stuff if you haven't tried it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WhoDeyBengals
    I am a beer snob. A big one. I hate the crappy American lagers that get shoved down our throats with their multimillion dollar advertising blitzes.

    Because I haven't seen a thread like this, I'll post one. What are the best beers that people might not have heard of? Any recommendations?

    I'm personally a big fan of Bells brewery. They've got a great beer called "Double Cream Stout." It tastes like a really heavy porter. Good stuff if you haven't tried it.
    lol, this all started because I said we had a party...

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    One of my favorites is Negra Modelo. It's a dark beer. Good stuff.

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    Like I said on a previous thread, I gotta go with my roots, Molson Canadian!!

    GO CANADA!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Amigo_Bronco
    One of my favorites is Negra Modelo. It's a dark beer. Good stuff.
    One of the few Mexican beers out there that you don't have to put a lime in to make taste good. You ought to try Pacifico, too. Interesting lager. The lime helps, but it's still good without.
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    Quote Originally Posted by alwilson91
    Like I said on a previous thread, I gotta go with my roots, Molson Canadian!!

    GO CANADA!
    Molson's alright, but I don't trust any beer maker that makes an "ice" variety of beer. Beer should be filtered above freezing, IMO.
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    Coors Light. I drink to get a nice buzz going not to sit and admire the hops used or all that other superfluous stuff. If I cared that much i'd drink whine. Nasty beers are Keystone Light and that knockoff crap, Coors and Bud are not that bad.

    Miller High Life, MGD, Coors Light, Blue Moon are my favorite but if I am partying I go strictly Coors Light.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WhoDeyBengals
    I am a beer snob. A big one. I hate the crappy American lagers that get shoved down our throats with their multimillion dollar advertising blitzes.

    Because I haven't seen a thread like this, I'll post one. What are the best beers that people might not have heard of? Any recommendations?

    I'm personally a big fan of Bells brewery. They've got a great beer called "Double Cream Stout." It tastes like a really heavy porter. Good stuff if you haven't tried it.
    I don't drink beers, but I know people who have good taste about them

    The best I can recommend you is Heineken

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    Hmmm beer tastes bad but thats because the last time I've had beer was when I was 10 and that was on accident so idk.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WhoDeyBengals
    I am a beer snob. A big one. I hate the crappy American lagers that get shoved down our throats with their multimillion dollar advertising blitzes.

    Because I haven't seen a thread like this, I'll post one. What are the best beers that people might not have heard of? Any recommendations?

    I'm personally a big fan of Bells brewery. They've got a great beer called "Double Cream Stout." It tastes like a really heavy porter. Good stuff if you haven't tried it.
    Samuel Smith Oatmeal Stout and Nut Brown Ale
    Celebrator Dopplebock
    We have a microbrewery here in Nebraska called Emperium they make a beer called Dark Side that is really good. Its a vanilla porter. Burning Skye is pretty good too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bronco_f1
    I don't drink beers, but I know people who have good taste about them

    The best I can recommend you is Heineken
    Heineken must be an acquired taste because from the beers i've drank I find it pretty damn nasty.

    WhoDey, are you familiar with Blue Moon? If not, go buy it now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RoorRipper
    Heineken must be an acquired taste because from the beers i've drank I find it pretty damn nasty.

    WhoDey, are you familiar with Blue Moon? If not, go buy it now.
    Blue Moon is the best wheat beer made. It tastes awesome with an orange slice in it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RoorRipper
    Heineken must be an acquired taste because from the beers i've drank I find it pretty damn nasty.

    WhoDey, are you familiar with Blue Moon? If not, go buy it now.
    I am. If you have to put an orange slice in it for it to taste "right," it's not my cup of tea... er, beer.

    I'm not a big fan of wheat beers. And I find Belgian whites to be unbelievably disagreeable to my palate. Give me dark beer any day of the week.
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    Quote Originally Posted by oldustyballs
    Samuel Smith Oatmeal Stout and Nut Brown Ale
    Celebrator Dopplebock
    We have a microbrewery here in Nebraska called Emperium they make a beer called Dark Side that is really good. Its a vanilla porter. Burning Skye is pretty good too.
    All great recommendations! Celebrator is on my top 5 all time favorites. I love that stuff. No refridgeration required!

    Emperium, eh? I'm not familiar with them, but that sounds pretty tasty. Vanilla porter... mmmm. Yum. If you've got a link, I wouldn't mind tracking them down to see if I can't get a case shipped out this way.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WhoDeyBengals
    I am. If you have to put an orange slice in it for it to taste "right," it's not my cup of tea... er, beer.

    I'm not a big fan of wheat beers. And I find Belgian whites to be unbelievably disagreeable to my palate. Give me dark beer any day of the week.
    Ahhh man it's not even worth talking about it now. We do not see eye to eye when it comes to great beers.

    "Black lager... This beer is really smooth"... YEA RIGHT. Absolutely disgusting is what it is.

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