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Old 08-09-2006, 10:47 PM
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What well crafted beer is in your refrigerator now?

I know there was a favorite beer thread a while ago, but I'd like to know what people buy in the summer - especially the import/micro fans. I'm more of a dark/strong beer kind of guy, but you see mostly golds, wheats, lagers, pilsners, marzens, and "summer ales" this time of year. Right now, I have parts of three sampler cases: Unibroue (some of the best Belgian style beers made outside of Belgium - Quebec to be exact), Weyerbacher (a great micro company out of Easton PA), and Celis (another great Belgian-style company that went away for a long time and have now resufaced). Favorte choices from the above:

Unibroue case: La Fin Du Monde and especially Trois Pistoles
Weyerbacher case: Scotch Ale and Black Hole (although their Big Beer sampler has better choices like their barley wine and imperial stout)
Celis case: White and Grand Cru

What's in YOUR wallet... I mean fridge?
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6 of Theakston's Old Perculier. That's right I drink Old P.
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6 of Theakston's Old Perculier. That's right I drink Old P.

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What's your point, dude?
that he has .01 post per day?
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Plain old Foster's.
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that he has .01 post per day?



something like that
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I just picked up some lakeport Pilsner, but I have different stuff in the fridge all the time. I would say Keiths (as in Alexander Keiths) is what I buy most.

I wanna try Unibroue now.
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Plain old Foster's.
That is the first beer I ever tried. When I was a kid my dad would give me some in a shot glass LOL.
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not too much beer, just bud light....lots 'a liquor tho from jager to Sky, Jack and some red neck whiskey(makers mark), to girly stuff like green apple smirnoff and peperment snapps, then some Rain vodka...
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Originally Posted by btsilver
that he has .01 post per day?

The ying to Jatt's yang........
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RED STRIPE, MON.

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What's your point, dude?
a whole lota catching up to do.
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none. i drank them all.
i usually have Newcastle and/or vaious Latin American-brewed beers.
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Skinny Dip.
this is what will be in my fridge after I go to the store tomorrow
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I am just a plain boring Miller Lite kind of guy
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Dogfish Head's Raison d'Etre

&

The ever-present Shiner Bock
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I like a selection

Harpoon
Warsteiner
Flying Dog Pale Ale
Corona
Pacifico
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Originally Posted by stiletto
RED STRIPE, MON.
had some Red Stripe on the weekend... pretty meh...
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I don't have any beer in the entire house.
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Yuengling and Quilmes (the infamous Argentine one I )

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Summertime beers -- switch between mostly

Presidente
Pacifico
Sol
Red Stripe

And always some bud light or coors light sitting around
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Originally Posted by West6MT
I just picked up some lakeport Pilsner, but I have different stuff in the fridge all the time. I would say Keiths (as in Alexander Keiths) is what I buy most.

I wanna try Unibroue now.
I'd HIGHLY recommend trying Steamwhistle Pilsner. Comes in a unique green case and is brewed at the Roundhouse in Toronto. It's a really crisp beer, quite "hoppy", and is perfect for BBQ and all summer.

I used to be a Keith's drinker until I tried Steamwhistle. Now Steamwhistle is all I buy.
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Originally Posted by wndrlst
Dogfish Head's Raison d'Etre
Every time I recommend that company, people make me repeat the name Dogfish Head. Then they see the labels that look like they were made by a 5th grader, and usually run for the hills.
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Originally Posted by SakiGT
Yuengling and Quilmes (the infamous Argentine one I )
Yuengling's probably not too common where you are, is it? Here in PA, they have it at pretty much every bar since it's brewed here. It's kiind of my go-to beer if they don't have any interesting micros or imports.
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Fat Tire
Unibroue Fin du Monde
Duvel
Franziskaner
Chimay

However, mostly a wine guy
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I don't have any beer in the entire house.
amen brother.
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Originally Posted by Mockenrue
Yuengling's probably not too common where you are, is it? Here in PA, they have it at pretty much every bar since it's brewed here. It's kiind of my go-to beer if they don't have any interesting micros or imports.
It got popular all of a sudden a couple years ago, so its very plentiful.

I remember having it in Philadelphia when I was visiting my cousin when I was 18. The brewery in Pottsville? is on my list of stops when I go up north in a month.
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Skinny Dip
Dogfish Head 120 min IPA (sent to me from the east coast)
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I'm off the beer trying to lose some tonnage. So far so good, esp. coupled w/ lots of bicycle rides.
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