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Old 08-10-2006, 08:43 AM   #41
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Magic Hat, was a case of summer mix... all that's left is the nasty ass Mystery Brew.
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Budweiser
Grolsch
Tiger

Not sure what else. My roommate gets free boxes of beer from AB. He just gets to grab whatever off the truck.
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It got popular all of a sudden a couple years ago, so its very plentiful.
Funny how that works. The same thing happened with Rolling Rock, which is mostly ignored in PA where it came from, but I went to Boston, and it was a trendy micro there. Now, if that happens with Iron City, I'll lose all faith in mankind.
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Old 08-10-2006, 09:01 AM   #44
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Yeti Imperial Stout
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Bud Lite (appeasing the few non-beer drinkers that stop by)
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Old 08-10-2006, 09:03 AM   #45
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Old 08-10-2006, 09:08 AM   #46
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I have one Bud Light. Got a friend who is the marketing director for Miller Brewing and he's trying to switch me!!! I may try the Miller High Life Light that came out
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I may try the Miller High Life Light that came out
I wouldn't.
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Old 08-10-2006, 09:32 AM   #48
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Old 08-10-2006, 09:36 AM   #49
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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.
Though I was surprised when I went to myrtle beach, it was EVERYWHERE. Right now, in my fridge, I have:

Yuengling, Augustiner(which I don't drink), Erie Railbender, and green flash IPA
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Old 08-10-2006, 09:41 AM   #50
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I have one Bud Light. Got a friend who is the marketing director for Miller Brewing and he's trying to switch me!!! I may try the Miller High Life Light that came out
mmmm..the "champagne of beers"

had no idea there was a light version out. nasty as hell in cans, but not a bad beer for cheap in the cases of bottles.
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Sagras Dark, Molson Canadian and some non-alcoholic crap left over from when the wife was pregnant.
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Old 08-10-2006, 09:46 AM   #52
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mmmm..the "champagne of beers"

had no idea there was a light version out. nasty as hell in cans, but not a bad beer for cheap in the cases of bottles.
That's what he told me!!
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Old 08-10-2006, 10:06 AM   #54
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I had a couple Coors last night. Good god those are awful.
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I had a couple Coors last night. Good god those are awful.
ditto any Miller/Bud/Red Stripe beer, yechhh! Bottled Panther piss.
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Old 08-10-2006, 10:40 AM   #56
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Old 08-10-2006, 10:50 AM   #57
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I've got a mix-match of about 40 bottles/cans Sammy, Coors light, Guiness, Newcastle, Shipyard, Mikes Hard Lime and Lemon, Twisted Tea, etc... between the 2 fridge's right now and I'm painting the deck today (and it's hot and sunny). I've already put in 5 hours this morning powered by coffee. The switch-over to booze should happen right about when I'm done eating lunch.

I need to get rid of it all and start fresh with the same stuff.

I don't plan on having much left by late tonight

I'm sure all the different types of booze passing through my body will make me feel great by tomorrow morning!!! Not to mention how the impromptu "latrine trees" out on the woods will feel after I use them as my bathroom today


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Miller Lite
Yuengling
JW Dundee's Honey Brown
Killian's
Sam Adam's Summer Ale
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Old 08-10-2006, 10:59 AM   #59
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First pics from London...


Bass



Stella Artois on the left....

Sweet fridge. Can I come visit?
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Old 08-10-2006, 11:03 AM   #60
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2 - Sam Adam's Summer Ale
4 - Leinie's Sunset Wheat
4 - Summit ESB
1 - Summit EPA
1 - Fat Tire
9-10 Miller Light
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Old 08-10-2006, 11:05 AM   #61
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Old 08-10-2006, 11:11 AM   #62
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Newcastle - 4 bottles
Sam Adams (many varieties left over from a combo pack from Costco for a party) - 6 bottles
Coors Light - 2 cans
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Old 08-10-2006, 11:44 AM   #63
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ditto any Miller/Bud/Red Stripe beer, yechhh! Bottled Panther piss.

When I think about how large and powerful the US is, 2 things surprise me most.

1/ How bad your soccer is
2/ How bad your beer is (the big name commercial stuff anyways). It's like drinking the toilet water out of a toilet that someone who had a real ber just pissed in. It kinda tastes like beer, but mostly takes like foul water.
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Sweet fridge. Can I come visit?
that's what I thought at first, but after looking closer, i think it's just two beer fridges mounted in the wall. cool idea, but not really a sweet fridge....
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When I think about how large and powerful the US is, 2 things surprise me most.

1/ How bad your soccer is
2/ How bad your beer is (the big name commercial stuff anyways). It's like drinking the toilet water out of a toilet that someone who had a real ber just pissed in. It kinda tastes like beer, but mostly takes like foul water.

Cars????
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2/ How bad your beer is (the big name commercial stuff anyways).
Yeah, the last part is key. The USA has TONS of great beer companies... the fact that most of them are less popular than the garbage macro-swill are only a reflection on our bad taste as a country, not bad beer-making. Same with music, movies, and just about anything else:

indie/underground > mass-produced commercial
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Old 08-10-2006, 12:35 PM   #68
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that's what I thought at first, but after looking closer, i think it's just two beer fridges mounted in the wall. cool idea, but not really a sweet fridge....
Dude...Those two fridges are actually my fridges...For all my food...Not just beer...

And I guess

And sure FDL.....Bring Dom and proof of identity....
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Dude...Those two fridges are actually my fridges...For all my food...Not just beer...

And I guess
And how much are you paying to rent this place?
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sam adams boston lager




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And how much are you paying to rent this place?
Zilch....

Our fridge (double) is considered large here....Should help with the weight loss...
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Oh that's right... the company picks up the tab.

Sounds like a sweet deal to me.
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None right now.

Big fan of Sam Adams and Sierra Nevada. I drink more miller light than anything though.
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When I think about how large and powerful the US is, 2 things surprise me most.

1/ How bad your soccer is
2/ How bad your beer is (the big name commercial stuff anyways). It's like drinking the toilet water out of a toilet that someone who had a real ber just pissed in. It kinda tastes like beer, but mostly takes like foul water.
I'll take your word for it.
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Some Japanese Beers...
Kirin and Asahi...
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Old 08-10-2006, 01:38 PM   #76
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I wish I had some El Presidente'

But I keep, Coors light, Heineken, Miller Light, and of course Yuengling (tradition usally, sometimes porter)
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i've seen a couple people mention Presidente beer. and when they say that, it reminds me of the Mexican brandy. where is it brewed and what does the label look like? i see that Summit must have different brews. never heard of them. again, where is it brewed, etc.?

another brew i hit up is St. Pauli Girl. i saw that they changed the chick on the label. hope they didn't change the formula.
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I don't think I have any in my fridge right now, but whenever I drink beer, it's normally Corona Extra.
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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?
Big Sky Moose Drool, Redhook ESB and some Sierra Nevada Pale Ale.
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