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Old 02-07-2007, 10:11 AM   #26
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I'm a Stella man myself, but I like DAB Dortmunder Original.

I also like Sapporo paired with beef curry dishes.
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Old 02-10-2007, 10:26 PM   #27
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Ok, best beer ever- pardon the pun ( name0- Fat Tire, a belgian Ale second to none
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I had an under the table sip of a beer from a batch from the New Belgium Brewery. Apearently the pub I was at had bought a keg of a style of beer brewed at the brewery that isnt availble at market and is illegal to sell in a pub. The beer was from a sour mash, a taste not often push with beer ( Bitter more often) and it was amazing.
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They do, but Belgium is the true paradise of beer. Of course a lot of the countries with a Germanic language have a beer to boast about. Just look an England too; with inventing the brown ale, porter, and stout. Though Holland is lacking with Hiniken, a kind of lacking beer.

Im sorry I posted 3 in a row, but I really enjoy beer.
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My faves include;

Früli strawberry beer
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czech beers

and i'm quite partial to Desperados (French light beer mixed with a dash of Tequila)
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The Ruby. You get it at Mcmenamins pubs. Its delish and pink. But no worries boys, its not a chick beer. It has a great full flavor and can still ya drunk if you want. hehe
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Dont mean to be an ass but have you ever drank a Corona with out a lime or lemon. Did you enjoy it? If not you dont like corona. No worry's, it's the crapiest mainstream beer (including naty light), and its allways scunky, because it comes in a clear bottle (sunlight ruins beer in a matter of minutes.) Think about the last time you enjoyed a corona with out lime. Lime is just a cover up when it comes to beers.
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Dont mean to be an ass but have you ever drank a Corona with out a lime or lemon. Did you enjoy it? If not you dont like corona. No worry's, it's the crapiest mainstream beer (including naty light), and its allways scunky, because it comes in a clear bottle (sunlight ruins beer in a matter of minutes.) Think about the last time you enjoyed a corona with out lime. Lime is just a cover up when it comes to beers.
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I enjoy a nice watery PBR as much as the other guy but lets stay away from the millers, coors, and rolling rocks on this one.

Lets talk good beers.

Fav Beers...

Food Paring...

and the like.
The best real ale in the world?
It has to be a tie between Draught Bass and Marston's Pedigree.

NB I translate beer as ale, excluding lager!
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I admit my beer palate is very limited, but I love Guiness, and get a black and tan (Guiness and Harp's or Bass) whenever I can.
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I drank it by the pitcher in my 20's. I lost interest in my 30's. I became
diabetic in my mid-30's. Now it's a good thing that I'm no longer even interested.
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For domestic beer, my favourite are the various Sleeman's brands. Original and Amber are a couple of my faves.

Big Rock Brewing out of Calgary has some great beers too. I've got some pretty fond memories of getting tanked drinking Grasshopper on roof top patios during the summer.

If you're going to look outside of Canada, I always thought that England had some wicked beers. Hobgoblin and Ramrod come to mind.
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For domestic beer, my favourite are the various Sleeman's brands. Original and Amber are a couple of my faves.

Big Rock Brewing out of Calgary has some great beers too. I've got some pretty fond memories of getting tanked drinking Grasshopper on roof top patios during the summer.

If you're going to look outside of Canada, I always thought that England had some wicked beers. Hobgoblin and Ramrod come to mind.
You didn't mention Keith's??
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I live less than a mile from the Sierra Nevada plant so you can guess what our usual beer forays are in this household. I don't like the taste of beer personally. I like the aftertaste though.. go figure.. My husband tends to like microbrews. There's Snowshoe beer up in Arnold, CA or Butte Creek Beer here in Chico. They're apparently very strong stout beers. He spent his army years in Germany and grew to like German style beers.

As far as food to go with beer, pizza is always a good choice
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To be honest, I think Keith's is overrated. I like it, don't get me wrong, but I think there are many better beers out there.
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Did somebody mention Belgian beer? A friend brought me this bottle from his visit to Brussels. I've kept it for many years now lol Yes, it is grey. And it is beer. In terms of beer (and french fries too) the Belgians seem not to know a shortage of variations
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I'm just not a yooge beer drinker but due to some formative drinking years spent in Deutschland, I still like a good Weizenbier. With lemon (I guess that makes me a beer philistine, but it's good). Yum! Also like spendy Belgians.
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Hey, I know that beer! Hubby actually drinks it fairly often, and there's another variety by the same company, can't remember the name, also funny. It's sold at the very non-fancy grocery store next door. Course, probably helps that I'm in NYC.

He likes it. Sorry yours looks so lonely and unconsumed!
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Oh.. that's amazing. Would have thought that's a very local curiosity only known to a few Belgians. Yes, it's very lonely and unconsumed, for over 10 years now. I kept it all the time to show it off But when you can get it in NYC then it should be available in Berlin in some place too. Will have a look

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He likes it. Sorry yours looks so lonely and unconsumed!
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Just a little note on the name of that beer....I'm in nursing school, and "delirium tremens" is the name of a shaking delirious syndrome that some people get when they are recovering from alcohol withdrawl!!! Struck me as a weird name for a beer!!!

That being said, my favorite beers are Blue Moon, and Stella!!! Great with some fries!!! Yummy!
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Always interesting to see how different our cultures are. Actually the most uneducated (non-latin speaking / nobody speaks Latin anyway) German has at least a vague idea what "delirium tremens" means. And most likely any Belgian too. So this is surely an example for the use of dark humour (or however you want to call it) going with the names of alcoholic beverages.That's quite common over here and i have seen way more drastic things. I personally do not really get that. But then again i'm not a binge drinker.
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