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  1. #14
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    Quote Originally Posted by BigJon3475 View Post
    Do they sell all those beers/wines by 24? if so I should try them









    Newcastle is good, blue moon, corona, hienie, pale ale, rum and coke.....old e...you know the usual good beers
    Haha old E.. Thats old school around my way

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    Quote Originally Posted by creamnsugar View Post
    I'm not sure theres a beer out there that I dont like.

    check out unibroue beers theyre fantastic. maudite slays.

    There are a few exeptional beers that really take my pallete away.
    The first is a flemish sour called Duchesse De Bourgogne. Its amazing.
    The second is an american IPA brewed by Bells called Two Hearted Ale

    I like to match up the irish red ales with grilled grub.
    smoked brisket
    grilled asparagus
    baked beans and couple killians i'm good to go!

    theres a compilation of beers at http://www.beerpal.com/Beer-Directory.htm
    my goal. to drink every one of them.

    If you like IPA. Try DogFishHead.. They have a 60 minute and 90 minute. but they also have a 120 minute IPA.. goes for about 120 a case though

  3. #16
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    I keep coming back to ice cold Rolling Rocks.

    I have found most craft beers to be too hoppy for my tastes.

  4. #17
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    Quote Originally Posted by d_griff View Post
    If you like IPA. Try DogFishHead.. They have a 60 minute and 90 minute. but they also have a 120 minute IPA.. goes for about 120 a case though
    For a local microbrew I like Flying Fish IPA - check out thier cooking w/ beer section on their website http://www.flyingfish.com/beers/cooking.cfm

    d_griff - looks like you're in the Philly area, have you ever been to Kunda Beverages in K of P? Awsome selection of beers...imports, domestics and micros...http://www.kundabev.com/index.htm

    Man I am thirsty!
    Last edited by flyrfan; 07-02-2008 at 01:13 PM. Reason: correction

  5. #18
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    My everyday beer is LaBatts Blue. When eating out and having a steak it is something from the Sam Adams brewry.

    Our local brew pub has a nice "76" Ale that I like.

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    For just poundin um I like Bud lime. Great 100° day beer. Real summery and light. Fat Tire with food. I've also been drinkin a bunch of those new beer made 4 the messicans. . Theyre damn good too.
    My doctor gave me six months to live, but when I couldn't pay the bill he gave me six months more.
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    I like steak with my beer.....a real favorite here is "Steam Whistle".
    It's Time To Be Nice To People

  8. #21
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    Quote Originally Posted by flyrfan View Post
    For a local microbrew I like Flying Fish IPA - check out thier cooking w/ beer section on their website http://www.flyingfish.com/beers/cooking.cfm

    d_griff - looks like you're in the Philly area, have you ever been to Kunda Beverages in K of P? Awsome selection of beers...imports, domestics and micros...http://www.kundabev.com/index.htm

    Man I am thirsty!
    Yes i have gotten some Dogfish head from Kunda, It is a very nice distributor.
    i have not tried the flying fish yet. But im gonna

  9. #22
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    Quote Originally Posted by spotts View Post
    [/img] I've also been drinkin a bunch of those new beer made 4 the messicans. . Theyre damn good too.
    I saw them Clammato beers when I was in Texas. Are they loaded with salt? I know V-8 juice is. I got to stay away from the salt.

    When I was a kid my father used to tend bar. A shot of tomato juice in a beer was popular then. It used to be called a "Red Eye".

  10. #23
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    looks like i'll have to go get some to see.
    My doctor gave me six months to live, but when I couldn't pay the bill he gave me six months more.
    Walter Matthau

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    Can't beat a hefe-weizen with a slice of lemon in a tall glass. Great year round beverage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ncboston View Post
    Can't beat a hefe-weizen with a slice of lemon in a tall glass. Great year round beverage.
    Yes i agree.. Buyt Hefe Weizen is more in season in the summer im told, but i cant tell much of a difference

  13. #26
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    Try your specialty stores for authentic weizen(from Germany). You can find it yearround.Might be a little pricey,but it's worth it.

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