cba
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Best Cheap Beer

Wed Dec 15, 2004 4:36 am

We've had discussions about the best beer before, so how about one regarding cheap beer. I've had Bud Lite, Miller Lite, Keystone, Lone Star, and a few others. Keystone and Lonestar tasted atrocious. Bud Lite is tolerable, but my favorite would go to Miller Lite. It's no Shiner, but as far as all the cheap beers are concerned, I think Miller is the best.
 
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RE: Best Cheap Beer

Wed Dec 15, 2004 4:53 am

Cheap is relative, but one that is seeing a resurgence in popularity is Pabst Blue Ribbon (PBR). I usually go for Coors (regular) or Miller Genuine Draft for "cheap" alternatives, but they are not really that cheap. Relative to Bass, Guiness, etc., they are though.

Oh, gone are the days of Falstaff, Naragansett, Schlitz, Schaefer, Milwaukee's Best (still around??), The Great Taste of Beer (Chris Schenkle). I remember Schaefer's jingle in the 70s was "Schaefer, the one beer to have when you're having more than one." I always changed that to "Schaefer, the one beer to have when you're not drinking."

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RE: Best Cheap Beer

Wed Dec 15, 2004 5:08 am

Falstaff! When I was a kid, I remember they had a "spokesman" for that beer who resembled Andrew Jackson, except his name was Andrew Faubaker, or something like that, and he thought the name of the beer should be changed..

I think Milwaukee's is still around. Lone Star appears to be lost to the ages. There was some cheap beer from my college days called "Little Soldiers" or something like that. And Stroh's had just come on the market in East Texas...
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RE: Best Cheap Beer

Wed Dec 15, 2004 5:10 am

MGD Highlife, Red Dog, Best (Beast)....welcome to the wonderful life of a college student, I have so many choices!
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RE: Best Cheap Beer

Wed Dec 15, 2004 5:16 am

I just bought a 30-pack of Anhueser-Busch Natural Light for $10.99.....

I guess that qualifies as cheap....approx 36.63 cents per can  Smile

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RE: Best Cheap Beer

Wed Dec 15, 2004 5:18 am

I'd say Molson Canadian, tastes better than most of the domestic US stuff, and in Gainesville at least you can get a six-pack of it for five and change at quite a few places
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RE: Best Cheap Beer

Wed Dec 15, 2004 5:34 am

Cheap. I saw one weekend at the grocery store about a year ago a 12 pack of PBR for $4.99. You can almost always pick up a 24 or 30 pack of the usual Bud, Miller, Coors stuff for 10.99 or thereabouts at the local quickie mart. MGD, Coors, High Life is semi-decent for cheap stuff. Better than Budweiser, but then what isn't?

The Canadian stuff is cheap by me. 12 packs of Molson or Labatt's bottles for 10 bucks. Reasonably cheap and the stuff is pretty drinkable.

But the biggest rule of cheap is cans > bottles. Though I suppose you could just buy by the keg and get volume savings. I couldn't imagine a keg of Natty Ice and a Costco sized box of 20oz plastic cups being all that expensive.
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RE: Best Cheap Beer

Wed Dec 15, 2004 5:40 am

Rolling Rock or Yuengling (preferably Yuengling) for me!
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RE: Best Cheap Beer

Wed Dec 15, 2004 6:01 am

Milwaukee's Best (still around??),
Yep, they're still alive and well, especially on college campuses. Milwaukee's Best and Keystone were always the cheap favorites at my school.
 
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RE: Best Cheap Beer

Wed Dec 15, 2004 6:10 am

Lucky Lager....if not for the taste then the difficulty of figuring out the pictogram/rebus puzzle under the bottle-cap after consuming a few....
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RE: Best Cheap Beer

Wed Dec 15, 2004 6:45 am

Miller High Life. Tastes way better from the bottle than can, IMHO.
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RE: Best Cheap Beer

Wed Dec 15, 2004 7:59 am

My vote would go for Pabst or Old Milwaukee (is Old Mil still around?). Olympia wasn't bad years ago.

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RE: Best Cheap Beer

Wed Dec 15, 2004 8:43 am

Old Milwaukee is also still around. My friend just gave me the rest of his so I'll have to give that a try. I also enjoy Milwaukee's Best Light for cheap beer. Natty Ice in kegs is tolerable too. For really, really dirt cheap, here in Wisconsin you can get a 30 pack of Mountain Creek which is 5.5%alc for only $7.99.

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RE: Best Cheap Beer

Wed Dec 15, 2004 8:50 am

No way.. Coors or Bud. None of this Lite crap. Bud works with just about anything.. Coors goes better with spicy food and chinese.  Big thumbs up

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RE: Best Cheap Beer

Wed Dec 15, 2004 9:12 am

pick up a 24 pack ($16.50) of the champaign of beers!! Good stuff

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RE: Best Cheap Beer

Wed Dec 15, 2004 9:17 am

Define cheap......

Cheap for me is under $7 a six pack, especially now that I'm on this higher gravity beer kick, where a cheap bottle is maybe $2.99 for a 8-10 oz. bottle.


Now I remember back at a place I used to work at, a bunch of us would sit in the parking lot after work and drink beer. Usually we'd all throw in a few bucks to whoever was going to be getting off first and have them pick up a couple of 12 packs of something like Natty Ice or Bud Ice. We had a couple of guys that would actually bring some classic cheap beers like Hamms and Schaefers. After a few of them, you don't notice the taste anyway. On occassion, I'd fill the cooler in my trunk with some beers, and that would get emptied quick, as I'd always had like a 12 pack of a microbrew or some sixes of like Guinness, Bass, or Newcastle. My buddies always liked it when I brought beer.
 
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RE: Best Cheap Beer

Wed Dec 15, 2004 9:42 am

ALL American beer is cr@p.

Just tastes like brown water unless you get the stuff that is brewed on license overseas, and even that isn't great.

I don't know how so many people manage to get p!$$ed on it. It's rubbish.

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RE: Best Cheap Beer

Wed Dec 15, 2004 10:10 am

ALL American beer is cr@p.

Just tastes like brown water unless you get the stuff that is brewed on license overseas, and even that isn't great.

I don't know how so many people manage to get p!$$ed on it. It's rubbish.


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RE: Best Cheap Beer

Wed Dec 15, 2004 10:13 am

Oh, the answer to the question:

Yeungling lager. Out of eastern Pa. Fairly decent for around 5 clams a six and widely available about the eastern 3rd of the US.
 
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RE: Best Cheap Beer

Wed Dec 15, 2004 10:27 am

Keystone Light is by far the worst beer I've ever had. Keg beer has a cheaper per unit cost, but you generally have to finish those pretty quickly. The place we usually order from sells Bud Lite kegs for $70, Lone Star for $60.
 
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RE: Best Cheap Beer

Wed Dec 15, 2004 10:58 am

Yuengling is decent stuff. Though I do not particularly care for it, even though some people (mostly Penn State alums) swear by it. Any medium sized regional brewery puts out good quality stuff for not that much money.

Up here Saranac Brewery has a good line of beer. I think they have close to a dozen different varieties. Running about 5 bucks for a sixer of bottles.
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RE: Best Cheap Beer

Wed Dec 15, 2004 11:17 am

Just bought a "36-bottle" box of good venezuelan beer Polar ICE por only USD 6.50. That's about 18 cents a bottle!
 
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RE: Best Cheap Beer

Wed Dec 15, 2004 11:57 am

"ALL American beer is cr@p."

I was waiting for this comment to be made. How many American Beers have you had? Do you have any idea how many Micro-brews there are in this country? Have you ever had Serria-Nevada Pale Ale? Since you want to make blanket statements based on you uneducated opinion, here are a few more.
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RE: Best Cheap Beer

Wed Dec 15, 2004 12:34 pm

Ahhhh...Beer,
Well I try to avoid the cheap mass produced stuff and look for better stuff, preferably what is on sale. I guess if I had to choose, I would go with Labatt or Molson...if I was limited to canned American beer, I would probably just go for what was the rock bottom cheapest. At that point all I care about is getting drunk, not the taste. Go to Costco if you can, they have the best deals on beer that I have found. The one in Rohnert Park(North Bay Area) has cases of 24 of Sierra Nevada, Red Tail Ale, Lagunitas IPA and Anchorsteam I think(regional microbrews) though they change from month to month...all for about 20 bucks.

Cheers
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RE: Best Cheap Beer

Wed Dec 15, 2004 12:39 pm

PBR (especaily when on tap) really isn't a bad swill'n beer. When I was underage I'd always ended up with Oly, but now that they don't make it in the orginal brewery, I'm over it.
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RE: Best Cheap Beer

Wed Dec 15, 2004 3:04 pm

Olympia, or Rainier are backyard staples round here. I grew up on those, PBR is alright, I'm not a huge fan, but hey, if its there, I'll drink it.

I really enjoy and am having a hard time finding the Lucky Lager stubbies. I heard Oly quit making them, but I still seem some Lucky's around. Nothing like those little guys and the puzzles, quite fun.
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RE: Best Cheap Beer

Wed Dec 15, 2004 3:09 pm

Well,

After tasted several cheap beers in the US. I must say I prefer the Blue Milwaukees Best. The red tastes pretty strange.

And to talk about something else, last time I was over there I bought a bottle of cheap american Vodka. That was pretty good  Big thumbs up
 
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RE: Best Cheap Beer

Wed Dec 15, 2004 3:19 pm

ALL American beer is cr@p.

Have you ever tasted Samuel Adams? Perhaps the best American "mainstream" beer in my opinion. Oh yes, microbrews rock.
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RE: Best Cheap Beer

Wed Dec 15, 2004 3:34 pm

Go do Belgium, germany or Czech republic if you want good beer, or cheap beer.
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RE: Best Cheap Beer

Wed Dec 15, 2004 3:40 pm

your country does not know how to build a car that doesn't fall apart, unless it costs over $100,000.

LOL..HAHAHAAAAAAAAHAAA Big grin

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RE: Best Cheap Beer

Wed Dec 15, 2004 3:56 pm

If you ever visit the country Malaysia, they sell Tiger beer for only $1 USD a can. It's nasty beer but heck, it has alcohol. When I visited Perth, Australia, I had the best german brand beer in my life. Damn, I forgot the name of it. No wonder it cost me $5 Australian for a huge glass.

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RE: Best Cheap Beer

Wed Dec 15, 2004 4:13 pm

Back in 1980, I'd buy a six-pack of generic beer for $1.39. It was in a white can with black block letters: BEER
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RE: Best Cheap Beer

Wed Dec 15, 2004 4:14 pm

Yuengling is probably one of my top draws for cheap, readily available beer...followed by Mich Ultra, Fosters, Miller Lite, then Bud Lite

For really CHEAP party beers...Natty Lite, Milwaukee's Best (Beast), Keystone, and of course, Busch (head for the mountains baby!)

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RE: Best Cheap Beer

Thu Dec 16, 2004 1:28 pm

Old Milwaukee, Natural Light, Busch, PBR, are good cheaper beers. I recall my College days, back in the 1970's when could get Schmidts of Phildelphia, a decent cheap beer for like $.99/6 pack, in bottles in Long Island, NY, $1.25 in New Jersey. Also recall getting Rolling Rock in 12 packs of 7 oz. bottels for less than $2, we called them 'green grenades'. Drank a LOT of PBR, Rhinegold, Schaffer when in college, all of them a bit cheaper than majors, and made in the NYC area then (PBR in Newark, Rhinegold in East Orange, then Brooklyn, Schaffer in NYC or Albany). Also had some wicked hangovers....  Smile/happy/getting dizzy
 
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RE: Best Cheap Beer

Thu Dec 16, 2004 1:36 pm

Coors is biker piss.

I drink bud light a lot.
 
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Thu Dec 16, 2004 1:49 pm

 
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RE: Best Cheap Beer

Thu Dec 16, 2004 2:45 pm

Nothing will ever compare to shiner, CBA, thats for sure.
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RE: Best Cheap Beer

Thu Dec 16, 2004 2:47 pm

30 pack ("cube") of Keystone Light ("stones") for $12, you can't beat it. It's our standard party beer.








 
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RE: Best Cheap Beer

Thu Dec 16, 2004 5:01 pm

Just bought a 12 pack of Yuengling Lager for $7.99. Pretty good stuff.

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RE: Best Cheap Beer

Thu Dec 16, 2004 5:04 pm

30 pack ("cube") of Keystone Light ("stones") for $12, you can't beat it. It's our standard party beer

Sorry for laughing dude. But partying with light beer??  Laugh out loud  Laugh out loud
 
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RE: Best Cheap Beer

Thu Dec 16, 2004 6:04 pm

"Sorry for laughing dude. But partying with light beer??"

Last couple times I partied with a non light beer, I ended up praying to the porcelain throne.

As far as cheap beer, my favorites are Natural Light, Miller High Life Light, and Milwaukee's Best Light. All can usually be found for 10$ for a 24 pack of cans. My personal favorite is MHLL for 5 and change for a 12 pack of bottles. The bottles are usually 50% better tasting then cans.
 
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RE: Best Cheap Beer

Thu Dec 16, 2004 6:45 pm

Wow...I realized that I've never seen Busch being sold here in CA. Usually Pabst and Natural Ice is as low as it gets. I don't see many buying Natural Ice though.

I'm going to vote for Corona. Yes, its not as cheap as a 30 pack of MGD, but its still relatively cheap.
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RE: Best Cheap Beer

Thu Dec 16, 2004 8:56 pm

The whole "American beer=crap" thing is about as valid as the hackneyed "French=wimps".

A distinction must be made between US beers that are easily available overseas (Budweiser, MGD, etc.) and US micro brewery products that are world class but sadly won't ever enjoy any kind of wide distribution.

The first batch can safely be described as crap.

That said, my favorite cheap beers have to be Antarctica (a pint of this Brazilian brew costs about US.50) and Polar from Venezuela.
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RE: Best Cheap Beer

Fri Dec 17, 2004 7:33 am

Many American beers are contract brewed outside of the US, where the beer is actually tailored to the local tastes. So Bud, MGD or Coors made for the European market is actually better than the versions brewed for the American market.

American beer lovers bow to Fritz Maytag as the savior of good American beer. Bert Grant and Phil Koch are also very revered as well. Trust me, after drinking an Anchor Steam, a Bert Grant's Perfect Porter, or a Sam Adams Boston Lager, Budweiser, Miller, and Coors are watery piss.
 
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RE: Best Cheap Beer

Fri Dec 17, 2004 7:40 am

Busch Light is by far the majority sold around here.
 
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RE: Best Cheap Beer

Fri Dec 17, 2004 8:02 am

Rolling Rock or Yuengling (preferably Yuengling) for me!

Are you kidding? Rolling Rock a cheap beer? It is one of the best US beers in my opinion, and I think that it is not really cheap! As far as I can remember ist is more expensive than Bud, Miller, etc.

Keystone is ok, Bush also, but I remember an ice beer in a huge can which was very good for a cheap beer, unfortunately I forgot the name.

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RE: Best Cheap Beer

Fri Dec 17, 2004 8:11 am

I like the cheap canned Miller we get here (very nice ice cold) but Michelob Ultra is by far the nicest bottled beer I've tasted of late.

Of course we have all the specialist non-bright beers here like Bishops Finger and the like, but they wreck my blood sugar!

Stella Artois just makes me violent.
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RE: Best Cheap Beer

Fri Dec 17, 2004 9:16 am

Sabena - at the pub I tend to frequent here in Columbia, Delaney's, Rolling Rock is a mere $2.00/bottle. Bud, by comparison, is $2.75/bottle. I'd call that pretty cheap  Wink/being sarcastic




At the more trendy (read expensive) Flying Saucer (www.beerknurd.com), it sells for $3.75 for a pint of draft. Interestingly enough, the Saucer (known for its waitresses dressed in Catholic schoolgirl uniforms) sells a beer for $15.00, the Hoogstraten Poorter from Belgium, which comes in a 24.5 ounce (0.72 L) bottle.

Any of y'all care to comment on any of these beers from the below list? I want to try something new and different next time I'm over at the Saucer and I'd like an idea of what I'm buying before I order it. In particular any info on the German and Belgian beers listed is appreciated.

http://www.beerknurd.com/media/pdf/beerlist_13.pdf
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RE: Best Cheap Beer

Fri Dec 17, 2004 3:19 pm

Are you kidding? Rolling Rock a cheap beer? It is one of the best US beers in my opinion, and I think that it is not really cheap
I thought the same thing when I read that! I had to check my local liquor store to be sure I wasn't imagining things. Mid-priced maybe, but IMO not cheap. I definitely wouldn't put it in the same class as some of the "beast" cheap beers that have been mentioned (Milwaukee's Best, Busch, Keystone etc)
 
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RE: Best Cheap Beer

Sun Dec 19, 2004 7:42 am

That said, my favorite cheap beers have to be Antarctica (a pint of this Brazilian brew costs about US.50) and Polar from Venezuela.

Polar rocks! Just wondering... do they sell Polar down there in Brazil?

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