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Osirion

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A subject near and dear to my heart.

Mine is Abita Amber, a Louisiana brewed beer. Happily, I found a place about 2 mintues from my home here in Philly that sells it.

Taldor

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Gin


Alexander Keith's Pale Ale, brewed in Nova Scotia.

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Guinness, Abita Turbo Dog, Real Ale's Fireman's Four and Liberty Ale.


Daigle wrote:
Guinness, Abita Turbo Dog, Real Ale's Fireman's Four and Liberty Ale.

Fireman's 4, yum!


My homebrew Enunciator Terminator
Shiner Bock
Bend Brewing Company - Outback Old Ale
Fat Tire 1554
Guinness (only when the hubby's homebrew Stout isn't available)
Silver Moon Brewing - Bridge Creek Pilsner

I'm probably forgetting a few.

Osirion

Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber

I also like Michelob Amber Bock, and one of my gaming buddies introduced me to Warsteiner.

Oh yeah, Sapporo isn't to bad. Neither is Tsing Tao.

Full disclosure: I'm using this thread to build a list of beers to try....

Cheliax RPG Superstar 2013 Top 32

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Favorite Mainstream - Guinness Draught

Favorite Exotic - Aecht Schlenkerla Rauchbier - Märzen

Taldor

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Aberzombie wrote:
Full disclosure: I'm using this thread to build a list of beers to try....

OK then, when in Germany, Rauchbier. Supposedly Rogue Smoke Ale is the closest thing on this side but I've not had the pleasure.


Woot! Now here is a thread to get excited about. Some of my favorites:

Guiness (my standard)
Chimay Red (a fantastic Belgian wheat beer)
Franziskaner (a fantistic wheat beer from Munich Germany)
Arrogant Bastard Ale (Stone Brewing Company of California, view the website for the beer)

Andoran

Guinness
Newcastle Ale
Sam Adams Boston Larger
Bass Ale

Just to name a few..

Cheliax

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ZiegenBock Amber

A benefit of living in Texas.


Guinness
Grolsch
Kirin and Kirin Ichiban

Qadira

Shiner Bock
Shiner Hefeweizen
Yuengling(sp?)(my cheap favorite)

but I am more of a meade fan.

FH

Andoran

I thought they made notebooks.

Cheliax

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Moosehead.

It may be a crime in Minnesota, but its a great canadian beer!!!

Qadira

You would.

Osirion RPG Superstar 2011 Top 32

Widmer Hefeweizen
Blue Moon
Abita Turbo Dog is good
Tennents beer overseas (and when you can *rarely* get it here)
and Boddingtons


DmRrostarr wrote:

Moosehead.

It may be a crime in Minnesota, but its a great canadian beer!!!

Yeah, Moosehead is a great one.

Osirion

Lilith wrote:

My homebrew Enunciator Terminator

Nice.

My latest Homebrew I call "Old Blackstrap Ale". Basically a High Gravity Ale with Blackstrap Molasses and Licorice. Although the alcohol content is 13%bv and therefore probably more technically a Barley Wine, Its still sweet enough and dark enough for me to call it an old ale in my book.

My next project: Key Lime "Champagne" Mead. I just need the corking apparatus and I am good to go.

Taldor

Shiner Bock, Chimay, Corona and when I want to watch my figure (meeoow), Bud Light.


Aaron Whitley wrote:

Woot! Now here is a thread to get excited about. Some of my favorites:

Guiness (my standard)
Chimay Red (a fantastic Belgian wheat beer)
Franziskaner (a fantistic wheat beer from Munich Germany)
Arrogant Bastard Ale (Stone Brewing Company of California, view the website for the beer)

Those are all excellent choices! The Chimay Grande Reserve is my favorite. Another great one was the New England Brewing Company's Atlantic Amber (Norfolk, CT), but I don't think they exist anymore...

Osirion

Pathfinder Adventure Path Charter Subscriber

Guiness
Bass ale
Newcastle
Becks

Judging by the beer list in this thread, my next listed beer will likely result in a riot. But after hundreds (thousands?) of gallons drank during my college years about a decade ago, I still have a soft spot for...

Natural Light

(runs and hides)


underling wrote:

Guiness

Bass ale
Newcastle
Becks

Judging by the beer list in this thread, my next listed beer will likely result in a riot. But after hundreds (thousands?) of gallons drank during my college years about a decade ago, I still have a soft spot for...

Natural Light

(runs and hides)

That's o.k., everyone is allowed at least one cheap beer. Mine is the Champagne of Beers, Miller High Life, and Pabst Blue Ribbon.

Cheliax RPG Superstar 2013 Top 32

Aaron Whitley wrote:
That's o.k., everyone is allowed at least one cheap beer. Mine is the Champagne of Beers, Miller High Life, and Pabst Blue Ribbon.

We're allowed one cheap beer, but what if we choose not to take one? Honestly, I really can't stand any beer I can see through.

Cheliax

Guinness

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St Ambroise Oatmeal Stout is my fave, but I usually drink Wee Willy Darke Ale, beacause it's cheap (and so am I).

Otherwise: Guinness, Kilkenny, Mill St Coffee Porter (beer and coffee, what could be better?), Corona, Smithwick's, Newcastle Brown and Bass (Sir Ernest Shackleton drank Bass Ale!).

EDIT: I almost forgot, when I can get them, Fiddler's Elbow and Hobgoblin Ale by Wychwood are awesome!

Cheliax

Patron Silver with a splash of Grand Marnier on the rocks in the summer

Grand Marnier with a splash of Patron Silver on the rocks in the winter

See i'm versatile


Mmmmm...Beer...which reminds me, it's quittin' time! That said, some current faves are:

...just back from the fridge, sipping on Buffalo Bill's Brewery - Pumpkin Ale which is a fun seasonal (and nowhere near as fruity as Kona Brewing Co.'s - Wailua Wheat which was a great taste of home but a bit odd for me with the lilikoi (passion fruit to the haole's :) and beer mix.

A guy I met at last week's D&D game clued me into a beer store in Wallingford (Seattle-area) that carries tons of by-the-bottle beers. Maybe I'll compile my own "beers to try" list from here and pick up a few.

- Chris Shadowens


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Moosehead - I'm a good canuck
Guiness - first three sips are heaven
Rickers Red - if I'm drinkin' straight from the pitcher ;)

Cheliax

Currently I have been enjoying Grolsch, my personal prefrence in beers is much like my women...Blonde. Keiths and Rickards are both great as well as Boréale

Sleemans Original which I cant seem to find anymore was also good. On occasion I love a good stout like Guiness or a cream ale like Kilkenny.

Ive tried Moosehead a few times,unfortunatly I still think it should be renamed to moose piss. Not trying to disparage anyone just my opinion.

One day I would like to try my hand at brewing my own beer. Sounds like it would be fun.

Andoran

I have been a homebrewer since 1997, so thats my favorite.

Commercial Beers
Young's Double Chocolate Stout
Lindeman's "Frambrose" Lambic
Paulaner Hefeweizen
Genny Cream Ale
Pilsner Urquel
Budvar chevar


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Savage_ScreenMonkey wrote:
Ive tried Moosehead a few times,unfortunatly I still think it should be renamed to moose piss. Not trying to disparage anyone just my opinion.

That's just part of its charm ;)

Cheliax

Daeglin wrote:
Savage_ScreenMonkey wrote:
Ive tried Moosehead a few times,unfortunatly I still think it should be renamed to moose piss. Not trying to disparage anyone just my opinion.
That's just part of its charm ;)

As a fellow Canadian to another your twisted man:)


Guiness cream stout
Widmer Hefeweizen

and for some strange reason;

Corona to chase down the double shot of Maker's Mark bourbon

Andoran

This is a great post!

Big Sky Brewery - Moose Drool Brown Ale
Harvest Moon Brewery - Pigs Ass Porter
Guinness
Killian's Irish Red

If I have to go light

New Belgium - Fat Tire
Blue Moon

Dreamweaver home brews mostly Meade but has made a few batches of beer all of which were great. Kids have but a damper on our brewing capabilities.

Happy Drinking


Ooh... "Trois Pistoles" is pretty decent. And eveything by Samuel Smith brewery is quite potable.


Trois Pistoles is damn fine, particularly when paired with a loaf of crusty bread and a bowl of halibut chowder.

Andoran

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Bud Light, Rolling Rock or Shiner Bock (in that order). I like beer you can drink alot of without feeling like you ate too much turkey and dressing.

Shadow Lodge

Pathfinder Adventure Path Charter Subscriber

Halibut chowder!!!???

Seriously, the halibut is the emperor of fish. It should be enjoyed all by itself, with steamed new potatoes and (maybe) green beans.

Having said that, I, too, enjoy Trois Pistoles. Another good one is the Belgian beer Delerium. Look out for those pink elephants!


Lilith wrote:
Trois Pistoles is damn fine, particularly when paired with a loaf of crusty bread and a bowl of halibut chowder.

Wow...

I am so proud to know that a beer breewed by a company from Quebec (my home province) is known in the States. I realy did not know that it was exported

Trivia: Unibroue was started by Robert Charlebois a popular singer here in Quebec.

My own personnal choices:

Commercial: Good Old Molson EX (known as Molson Canadian in the rest of north america)

Native: La Fin du Monde (same breewer as the Trois Pistoles), Boréale and Sleeman's Silver Creek

Imported: Hoegaarden and Leffe (both are Belgian beers)

Cheers !!!!!


Vattnisse wrote:

Halibut chowder!!!???

Seriously, the halibut is the emperor of fish. It should be enjoyed all by itself, with steamed new potatoes and (maybe) green beans.

I do enjoy that way - frequently. But the hubby's allergic to clams, and sometimes chowder just hits the spot nicely.


Fake Healer wrote:

Shiner Bock

Shiner Hefeweizen
Yuengling(sp?)(my cheap favorite)

but I am more of a meade fan.

FH

Shiner, another great Texas beer!


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Deschutes Brewery - Black Butte Porter
Pyramid Brewery - Snow Cap (Almost time again!)
Widmer Bros. - Hefeweizen

And when I can afford none of those:
Henry Weinhard's Private Reserve

Qadira RPG Superstar 2008 Top 6, Contributor

I roam the Oregon microbrews. Too much good beer out West to stick to one brand. But Guiness is my choice on tap when small micros aren't.

Andoran

underling wrote:

Guiness

Bass ale
Newcastle
Becks

Judging by the beer list in this thread, my next listed beer will likely result in a riot. But after hundreds (thousands?) of gallons drank during my college years about a decade ago, I still have a soft spot for...

Natural Light

(runs and hides)

There's nothing wrong with Natty Light. It reminds me of being a college student. Good times!


The Tiger Lord wrote:

My own personnal choices:

Commercial: Good Old Molson EX (known as Molson Canadian in the rest of north america)

Native: La Fin du Monde (same breewer as the Trois Pistoles), Boréale and Sleeman's Silver Creek

Imported: Hoegaarden and Leffe (both are Belgian beers)

Cheers !!!!!

Fin Du Monde is awesome! Who doesn't want to drink beer with a devil on it? The only thing you have to remember when drinking those beers is that you can't drink the bottom of the bottle. I made that mistake once - ewww, sediment :P

If your ever in Ontario KLB makes some nice beers (Kawartha Lakes Brewery)their Raspbery Wheat Ale is a nice treat on a hot summer day.

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Root beer, specifically Barq's

What? I don't drink much alcohol.

Andoran

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Woodchuck Cider. Amber, Dark & Dry... it doesn't matter. Woodchuck is the post-modern ambrosia.


I prefer mostly dark and wheat beers (and some obscurities from Belgium like Hoegaarden and Kriek).
Velkopopoviche (or however that is spelled, Czech dark beer)
Krucoviche (same)
Kilkenny (better than Guinness, IMHO)

...and bunch of local breweries here in Germany.

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