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Old 05-12-2013, 02:48 PM   #51
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Speaking of dark beers, there's a brewery in New Mexico (whose name temporarily escapes me) that puts out a dark beer called "State Prison Porter" (with a picture of the state prison on the can). It's smooth but authoritative -- VERY authoritative -- and it comes in one-pint cans, so don't operate heavy machinery after drinking one.
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Old 05-12-2013, 08:17 PM   #52
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Craft, Wheat, and Lager are some examples of beer that I like.
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I prefer light beers, but until the other week I had not found one I could have more than one of without my stomach going sour.

Then my dad introduced me to "Henry Weinhard's Private Reserve" ...SO smooth, very VERY little bitter aftertaste there usually seems to be.

My father used to drink it when he was stationed out in California during the 80's but hasn't seen it this side of the rockies til recently. He jumped with joy, and I had to taste it. Needless to say it's my new favorite beer hands .. and bottes, down
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Not if it's American beer. What's the difference between American beer and a dead frog? You'll find more hops in a dead frog!
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Not if it's American beer. What's the difference between American beer and a dead frog? You'll find more hops in a dead frog!
Hence why I generally avoid cheap American beers. Craft beers, however, tend to be fairly good.
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Hence why I generally avoid cheap American beers. Craft beers, however, tend to be fairly good.
Sometimes I think that cheap American beers are good for cooking.
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Not beer, but I discovered White Water whiskey at my local Trader Joes. The stuff is made in Minnesota (my home state). It is basically moonshine (clear whiskey) and handcrafted. It's actually pretty good. I made an old-fashioned with it.

I think buying local is pretty good if you have decent companies to buy from.
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I hate hoppy beers. Too bitter. Bleccchhh! Ive never had a Sam Adams like I liked.
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I hate hoppy beers. Too bitter. Bleccchhh! Ive never had a Sam Adams like I liked.
Try drinking a Bud Lite just before you drink the Sam Adams; you'll be amazed at how good the latter tastes!
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Try drinking a Bud Lite just before you drink the Sam Adams; you'll be amazed at how good the latter tastes!
I hate Bud too!
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