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What's Your Favorite Beer?

Thu Jul 13, 2000 1:24 am


As for me it's the German Erdinger (Weißbier) and the good old Budweiser.

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Matt D
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RE: What's Your Favorite Beer?

Thu Jul 13, 2000 1:54 am

Well, the only beer I drink is A+W root beer sasparilla.
I don't really care for the taste of beer such as Bud, Miller, Corona, etc.
Although many have told me that even if I don't like THOSE beers, I need to try something of German origin. After all, the Germans are THE worlds beer authority-or so I'm told.
Can anyone else confirm that and give me some suggestions?
 
Guest

RE: What's Your Favorite Beer?

Thu Jul 13, 2000 3:23 am


Actually the Czechs drink the most beer in the world.
 
Guest

RE: What's Your Favorite Beer?

Thu Jul 13, 2000 3:25 am

Hello!

For me, it's the Desperados....That's sooo good!

Af triple 7
 
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RE: What's Your Favorite Beer?

Thu Jul 13, 2000 3:33 am

Rolling Rock... from Latrobe, PA
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dtwa320
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RE: What's Your Favorite Beer?

Thu Jul 13, 2000 3:40 am

I like Molson Ice then if I can't get Molson I'll get Labatt Blue. I don't care much for the lite beers. The taste goes away with lite beer.
 
lax2000
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RE: What's Your Favorite Beer?

Thu Jul 13, 2000 4:11 am

Europe:Guiness, Newcaste, Spatan, Bass

Mexico: Pacifico, Corona, Negro Modelo

Asia: Asahi, Tsingto

India: Taj Mahal

Austrailia: Fosters

United States: Dixie, Sierra Nevada,

The Hood: St Ides, Old English & althogh not a beer I strongly recommend CISCO. Its in the same catagory as Thunderbird and Night Train but better! (do not attemt to operate heavy machinery with this stuff)

Adam..




 
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RE: What's Your Favorite Beer?

Thu Jul 13, 2000 5:07 am

San Miguel Beer from the Philippines
 
blink182
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RE: What's Your Favorite Beer?

Thu Jul 13, 2000 5:54 am

root-beer!! I am way too young to drink, in about 8-9 years i will be able to have a bud or heiniken!
blink182
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RE: What's Your Favorite Beer?

Thu Jul 13, 2000 8:52 am

Beck's Beer...............followed closely by Molson XXX...........(7.1 percent !!!)
 
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RE: What's Your Favorite Beer?

Thu Jul 13, 2000 9:22 am

Oh, come on! Someone's gotta like Natural Light! Actually, the only beer I haven't liked is those STUPID flavored beers.

Bud, Bud Light, Rolling Rock, Miller Lite, Busch Light all good. Sam Adams is good..has an after taste kinda like black licorice though..

Blink182: The USA is the only country I can think of where the drinking age is 21 (except North Dakota?). Try making a trip across the Detroit river at 19 or the Rio Grande at 18 and have yourself a nice cold beer! Or when you get to college/university I guaruntee you will drink underage.  
 
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RE: What's Your Favorite Beer?

Thu Jul 13, 2000 10:06 am

Hornsby's Amber Hard Cider. If you like Apple Cider give this beer a try. It sells for $6.50USD for 6 12 Oz Bottles. 6% alcohol...its some good stuff....give it a try sometime and let me know what you think.
Has anyone ever tried it before????
 
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RE: What's Your Favorite Beer?

Thu Jul 13, 2000 10:28 am

Heineken. Heiny is the best. On the opposite end of the Spectre, Foster's from Australia tastes like "Australian for Pissing in a Can" 

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RE: What's Your Favorite Beer?

Thu Jul 13, 2000 12:22 pm

What I like is Molson Dry (5.5% alc.), McNally's Irish Ale (7 % alc. - don't fool around with this stuff!) and Steinlager's from New Zealand. Corona and Sol from Mexico are great, too.

Pilsner Urquell (Czech) and Beck's are great, too. The Germans sure know their beer. I like British brews like Newcastle and Guiness - cold! I've seen a lot of people from North America finding British beers in the UK too flat and warm to their taste. On the other hand, my relatives in the UK, like quite a few Britons, don't like their beer cold, even when they come down to Canada for a visit. I also had to warn my uncle that Canadian brews can be a little strong, compared to UK beers.

There's a reason why beers and ales in the UK tend to be served warmer - they claim that British beers and ales will lose their flavors if chilled. Good thing the Aussies and the Canucks didn't exactly go the same route as the UK when it comes to beermaking.

The Foster's brewed in Canada is more like kangaroo piss, unlike the real Australian Foster's!! I remember having liked Victoria Bitter, Foster's Bitter (about 2.5- 3%, very light, but tastes far better than ANY lite stuff in N. America!) and Melbourne Bitter, while I was in Australia seven years ago. XXXX(not the condoms, mind you!) is also a pretty good beer, too.

Mass-brewed US beers like Busch, Miller Draft and Coors lite have got to be some of the the worst beers in the world. I don't understand how you Americans can STAND that stuff! But Bud is OK. US microbrews like Peter's Wicked Ale and Sam Adams are far better, actually.

Blink182 - how about driving into Alberta at 18, 'cause this province has the lowest drinking age in Canada! Trust me, that's where I live!
 
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RE: What's Your Favorite Beer?

Thu Jul 13, 2000 12:55 pm

I duno what type of beer it was.. but whatever they had at the Seehous beergarden in MUC was the greatest!! i had one and a half liters of it!  

~*Camille*~
 
Guest

RE: What's Your Favorite Beer?

Thu Jul 13, 2000 1:14 pm

Come to Switzerland where drinking age is 16.

I like Red Stripe (Jamaica), des Erdinger Weissbier(Germany) and Heineken (Holland).

reno
 
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RE: American's Hate American Beer

Thu Jul 13, 2000 1:51 pm

Mass produced American beers do taste like fermented piss... the watery stuff at the bottom of a can of Bud I once had... nasty nasty nasty!!!

Good thing there is still GOOD American beer... the microbreweries have lots of good stuff. Big names like Sam Adams and Pete's, and the likes of Rolling Rock, Henry Weinharts etc...

BUT... the big brewers do actually have some good stuff. Amber Bock from Anheiser-Busch is good.

Irish and British beer seems to be the popular thing now in the US, Killians seems to be the mass market winner. Also Heinekin and Amstel are fine beers. But I detest Mexican beers... tastes like fermented burro pee.  
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Louis
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RE: What's Your Favorite Beer?

Thu Jul 13, 2000 2:50 pm

Corona, Heiniken, Amstel and Sapporo. North American beer really blows.
 
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RE: What's Your Favorite Beer?

Thu Jul 13, 2000 2:58 pm

Heineken and Tiger Beer.




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RE: What's Your Favorite Beer?

Thu Jul 13, 2000 3:02 pm

Schlitz
 
Aussiemite
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RE: What's Your Favorite Beer?

Thu Jul 13, 2000 4:34 pm

Carlton United Brewing:
Crown Lager (favourite)
Victoria Bitter

Cascade:
Cascade Premium

Castlemain:
XXXX Bitter
XXXX Gold (midstrength but tastes yummy)



notice anything??? all Australian brewers

Regards,

Aussiemite
 
Guest

RE: What's Your Favorite Beer?

Thu Jul 13, 2000 10:07 pm

Shiner Bock, from beautiful Shiner, Texas.

Heiniken, from decadent Amsterdam

Carlsberg, from lovely Copenhagen
 
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RE: American Beer = Piss

Fri Jul 14, 2000 12:40 am

American beer is just piss. They should call all american beers malt liquer not a beer.
People are wondering how the hell I can drink 12 cans of budwiser or coors light in 2 hrs and be completly sober. If you are thursty you can do it too. Come on, get real, this is just yellow water.

My favorite beer is:

Lezajsk (Poland 6%-8% of alcohol)
EB (Poland)
Okocim (Poland)
Zywiec (Poland)
Polander (Poland)
Krakus (Poland)
10 & ¼ (Poland)
and many more from Poland
Then is:
Corona, Grolsch, Heineken, Saporo.

Beer rules!!


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Guest

RE: What's Your Favorite Beer?

Fri Jul 14, 2000 1:55 am


Yeah, that's really one I forgot. SHiner from Texas is pretty good. But I still do prefer German beers or also Heineken.
 
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RE: What's Your Favorite Beer?

Fri Jul 14, 2000 2:15 am

Guiness Stout w/ Bass Ale (Black and Tan) Yum!!
 
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RE: What's Your Favorite Beer?

Fri Jul 14, 2000 2:20 am

best of them all - Budweiser - of course not american carbon copy, but original
from Ceske Budjejovice.

Best beer in Croatia - Pan
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RE: What's Your Favorite Beer?

Fri Jul 14, 2000 2:35 am

I have to say that my favorite beers are Amstel from Holland and Killians Red. I drank my first Amstel from the tap in Italy. It tasted so good while we were waiting for the food.

Of course, I do like the german beer. A fresh Kölsch or a Warsteiner is always good.  
 
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RE: What's Your Favorite Beer?

Fri Jul 14, 2000 9:34 am

I use to also drink Grolsch but it's to sweet I want to taste my beer.. besides @ 6AUD$ for a stubby it makes Crownies look cheap.
 
che
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RE: What's Your Favorite Beer?

Sat Jul 15, 2000 6:27 am

post this message in 6 and a half years and then i can legaly tell you. -che
 
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RE: What's Your Favorite Beer?

Sat Jul 15, 2000 8:00 pm

What makes german beer so good? - They only use natural ingredients to brew it: Fresh (Spring-)Water, malt (barley or hops) and yeast. Nothing else. It's an old law from the year 1516 (over 200 years before the USA began to exist!!!), which was unfortunately dropped by the European Union, but the breweries kept their old recipes.
German beer - always fresh taste, pure nature!
 
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RE: What's Your Favorite Beer?

Sun Jul 16, 2000 4:48 am

All beer sucks, But if I had to choose a favorite, I would choose Bud

SKYTEAM
 
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RE: What's Your Favorite Beer?

Mon Jul 17, 2000 12:20 am

OBOLON (Ukrainian beer)
 
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RE: What's Your Favorite Beer?

Mon Jul 17, 2000 6:25 pm

Czech- Gambrinus
Polish- Lech, Zywiec, Hevelius
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