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    I can spend a long time figuring out what I want this time in the cold room or beers of the world section of the liquor store and my brother and I like to try all kinds. So what have people here tried and what do they prefer? Any new kinds with a review. Share, I want to know whats out there. Heres my list:

    Fav beer period--Innis and Gunn(Scotland, 6.6%, $5/bottle CAD)
    Fav Light--Moosehead cold filtered (used to be coors light till this came out)
    Fav Draft--Carlsberg or Mcauslan Apricot Wheat
    Fav apres game(4 beer leaguers)--Alexander Keiths Red
    Old Faithful--MGD(bottled)
    Fav Foreign--Patagonia (Argentina) or Fosters(Australia)

    Least favs: Guiness, ALexander Keiths pale ale, molson canadian, steelback

  • #2
    Honey Browns are quite tastey

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    • #3
      My favourite brews in no particular order:

      Corona Extra
      Sam Adams Cherry Wheat
      Blue Moon Summer Ale
      Killians Irish Red
      MGD (For a cheap brew, its pretty damn good)
      Sapporo

      -- George.

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      • #4
        free beer = favorite beer

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        • #5
          sam adams cherry wheat sounds good i'll have to look for it in canada, i know we just started getting sam adams locally. Also sapporro is a terrific beer

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          • #6
            Im going with Labatt 50, Moosehead and Alexander Keiths for my top 3.

            I also enjoy Labatt Crystal, Steelback Copperhead, Lonestar, Tsing Tao, Molson Dry, Sleeman honey brown and others.

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            • #7
              Coors and Natty almost sound palattable after 4+ brewless months.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by RyJ Maduro View Post
                Coors and Natty almost sound palattable after 4+ brewless months.
                If you start drinking either Coors or Natty, your streak will simply continue, as you still won't have drank a brew.

                -- George.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Netminda32 View Post
                  If you start drinking either Coors or Natty, your streak will simply continue, as you still won't have drank a brew.

                  -- George.
                  LOL true...

                  Good news is I'll be graduating AIT October 11th and be home shortly thereafter for some Paulaner Oktoberfest Marzen... mmm.

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                  • #10
                    My favorie brew is called Ulmer. The downside to this is that it's only available from the Buhl (south west ) region in Germany. DAMMIT.

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                    • #11
                      Blue Moon-Heff.

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                      • #12
                        Keystone.

                        I know, I know. But I'm in college and nothing beats a 30 bomb for 12$.

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                        • #13
                          For a cheap beer, nothing beats a ice-cold Corona with a lime.

                          I'm also rather partial to NewCastle Brown Ale.

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                          • #14
                            Just about anything from Leinenkugel's (a microbrew in WI). However, since the availability of Leinie's outside of the WI area is very limited (sometimes I can find Leinie's Red), Sam Adams is certainly a worthy substitute.

                            Other beers I enjoy...
                            Killians
                            Molson or Labatts (after hockey games)
                            Bud/Bud light (when I don't feel like spending $4+ a glass at the bars)

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                            • #15
                              Favorite beer: Sleeman Clear. less than 1/3 of the calories, less than 1/6 the carbs. Enough said!

                              But when I want a tasty beer, Rickard's Red.
                              Last edited by chakal; 07-22-2007, 11:05 AM.

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