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^ Since three out of five on your list coincides with mine, I think I have to go and find out what Presidente and Lambec Framboise is about.

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-red stripe

-heineken

-carlsberg hof

-corona

-san miguel

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blue moon belgium white

blue moon pumpkin ale

new castle

bass

gasoline (just kidding)

bad brains

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guiness

newcastle

steel reserve

bass ale (BLACK AND TANS!)

sierra nevada pale ale

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i second the magic hat and stella, but the rest of your list is trash SMU. surprised a richkid would let that touch your lips--------slumming it?

oh, not familiar w/ BM------whassit?

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^DDML, philly cat and no love for Yeungling?

hahahaha!

i always forget about it, like breathing-------THE STANDARD PHILLY BREW, of course!

hahahahaha!

you can always tell out-of-towners when they order a "yuengling" by name-------natives just order LAGER

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oh, not familiar w/ BM------whassit?

very small italian owned brewery. blonde is its specialty. the only place ive seen it sold is at a place called 2 amys pizzeria in dc. and just wtf is wrong with heineken?

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and just wtf is wrong with heineken?

everything is wrong with heineken:

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except maybe their ads - they're consistently pretty good.

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i think i posted here before.... but here it is

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and red stripe if its really hot outside

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EinsTrinken.jpg

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and 1000 more good ad's + one of the best beers. Most of the stuff that has been posted is water.

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I've recently tried Hoegaarden, and I think I might have to make some changes to my list. Its pretty damn good, light and drinkeable yet good belgian spicy/citrus taste.

I always avoided it because it seemed too hyped (because of the name i thought) but I guess I was wrong.

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Ruddles County

Hennepin from Ommegang

Carta Blanca (best hot weather thirst quencher on earth- it's got to be ice cold though)

Old Speckled Hen

Guiness on tap at Cullens in Chicago

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1. Anything by St. Peter's out of Suffolk, England. You can find it in London at the Jerusalem Tavern. Best beer I've ever had.

2/3. This is a tie for me. I love Guinness, but I also love anything by Samuel Smith.

4. Murphy's

5. Bass

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1. Guinness Draught (drinkin one right now...)

2. Samuel Smith's Oatmeal Stout (does this even exist anymore? Haven't seen in a while)

3. Newcastle

4. Tsingtao

5. Heineken

FTB, I just saw a Sam Smith Oatmeal Stout about two days ago in a package store near my house... so I guess it does exist still. Gonna pick a few up soon ;)

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Westmalle Dubbel

Chimay Reserve (blue label)

Leffe Brown

Hoegaarden

Pretty much anything that says "Brewed in Belgium" on the label...

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Warsteiner

Shinerbock

Olympia (for nostalgic reasons)

Guinness (when I am hungry)

Newcastle

and when in South America (Panama)...honorable mention to ATLAS

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1. Dogfish Head 60-minute IPA - perfectly hopped, and very hoppy, but not ridiculous like occasional sippers 90- and 120-minute.

2. Sam Adams Boston Ale - Never been a huge fan of Sam, but this is delicious stuff-creamy, heavy, even a little sweet, but well-balanced and drinkable.

3. Pilsner Urquell - Tastes cold. Perfect for drinking on a deck/patio.

4. Newcastle (on draft) - I know it's rare on draft (especially since the recent smythwick-izing of bars), but it's better that way. Gets points for good looks in bottles.

5.Schneider Aventinus - My concession to the Belgian-style stuff, even though this isn't really Belgian. Dark, sweet, strong, without the sourness that characterizes a lot of the Belgian stuff.

Hon mentions: Yuengling and National Bohemian for nostalgia, Guinness, Ballantine to match my belt buckle, sierra nevada, Allagash white, Lord Chesterfield because it's got a cool name, Negro modelo, Viking beer...

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How the hell did I miss a beer thread..... I love beer.

Lambic Black Cherry is #1

Lambic Rapsberry is #2

Good cheap fum is Dos Equis #3

And the rest are house lagers, I like a good dark beer mainly.

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