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Discussion in 'V.C.'s Parlor' started by rompo, Apr 7, 2012.
I know I have posted before, but just to update of no change: Coors Light or Miller Lite. Once in a while PBR/Schlitz/Hamm's.
No dark beers for me. I had a Big Wave Kona on Sat night with my burger!
My current beer is actually a Caesar. My next beer will be a Flying Monkey Confederation Amber.
Born and raised in Canada and had no idea this existed. If it wasn't sold in two-fours only, I would probably buy some.
buy a 24 - it is the nectar of the gods ! I don't drink but once a year when a friend comes home to NY and replenishes the supply for the month of July ! Even though I was born there - I can not enter. Witness protection thing.
When I was young, there was not much more than a dozen brands of beer available around here. Now there's so many it's impossible to make it thru all of 'em in the time I have left.
Stickin' to my old stand by, Busch. Nice one for the ole Canadian boy.
Tiger Asian Lager...
tastes identical to Grain Belt.
Last night at LongHorn I had a glass of Sam Adams Oktoberfest. Also, a sample of an IPA from Sailfish Brewing Company.
Back home now, Revolution Cross of Gold to end the day.
I bought some of this earlier in the week, and there are two left in the refrigerator.
It's quite nice, with more hops than I expected. Tonight was for bourbon and cabernet, though. I'll get back to the beer another day.
OK - depends which country I am in but I do have some favourites:
- Spain - I only drink beer that's brewed in Barcelona: Moritz and Estrella Damm. Both breweries date back some while and were established by guys who came here from Alsace in France (Alsace beer is amazingly good). But, if that's not available I'd probably have an Italian bottled beer like Peroni Nastro Azzurro or Moretti. Unless I was in my local Irish bar Scobies where the Guinness is fabulous
- England - my top beers in order are (1) Timothy Taylors Landlord, (2) Marstons Pedigree, (3) Old Speckled Hen
- Scotland - it's gotta be McEwans 80shillings in the Diggers bar in Edinburgh
That's my European contribution, guys!
Laguntas Imperial Stout, and Korbel. Not in the same glass. Both strangely enough from the state of California. At least 90% of the brandy consumed in the USA is in my home state of Wisconsin. I'd like to say more but it would be political. Oh and we brew some good beer here too!
Steps up from me- i'm an "Old Milwaukee" guzzler....