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I don't know about matching beers to seasons, but I'm digging everything I've had from Deschutes brewery, and they stock it at Vons/Pavillions now. Black Butte Porter is good stuff.

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Killians/Kirin, but basically anything dark/semidark that'll go well with meat and potatoes, haha

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budlight. no. really. i dont know any beer seasons, but when i feel it like i try for shiner hefinweisen, seems to do the trick

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I have no idea what beers are good for what season, but I could drink Yuengling all year.

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word, yuenglings are my favorite.

Though when I went to Montreal with friends, we were pretty taken with "Boreale".

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Stone Russian Imperial Stout FTW

Yes seriously. I cellared a bottle from last season, looking forward to drinking it once it gets a little cooler.

trying lots of oktoberfest/pumpkin ales.

had dogfish head punkin this weekend and was mildly dissapointed. Paying 9$ for 4 mediocre pumpkin ales is not worth it when you can get 6 better for the same price or cheaper :-/

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coopers red

Nice one - also Monteith's range in NZ is all good. Not sure of international availability...

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steamwhistle

good shit.

waterloo dark and waterloo wheat are also amazing.

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tripel IPAs.... by basically anybody. Personal favorite right now: Riverhorse. They brew out of Lambertsville, NJ.

Dogfish 60 and 90 would be pretty perfect right now too.

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arrogant bastard.

Good choice.

And on the getting trashed off one 22 side of things...double arrogant bastard or dogfish 120, anyone?

Fall beers? My favorite of course, Dead Guy.

Stuff ive been enjoying lately? Pilsner Urquell and El Presidente (soooo cheap in south florida). Talking about beer makes me wish i was back in Oregon :(

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Nice one - also Monteith's range in NZ is all good. Not sure of international availability...

Monteith's black was my staple for the winter here. Their pilsener aint half bad either.

Also Matilda Bay do some wicked brews

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steamwhistle
good shit.

waterloo dark and waterloo wheat are also amazing.

I lived in Toronto for a few years and have tried these beers, but the only Ontario beer that I desperately crave and wish I had is the King Brewery Pilsener - it seriously puts Pilsner Urquell and Budvar to shame. Perfect for hearty food in the winter too.

It's damn tasty... I don't known why the locals don't drink more of it, especially since it's on tap at places like C'est What.

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i dont mind steamwhistle, and creemore springs in TO makes good shit

Mill St. does an organic lager and a draught (i think) the organic lager is alright but the draught is unreal

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steamwhistle

yea steamwhistle is good i was drinking alot of that this summer

tastes kinda like farm though ahah, in a good way

good shit.

waterloo dark and waterloo wheat are also amazing.

yea looking to try that keep forgetting though

I lived in Toronto for a few years and have tried these beers, but the only Ontario beer that I desperately crave and wish I had is the King Brewery Pilsener - it seriously puts Pilsner Urquell and Budvar to shame. Perfect for hearty food in the winter too.

It's damn tasty... I don't known why the locals don't drink more of it, especially since it's on tap at places like C'est What.

never heard of it sounds good though

i dont mind steamwhistle, and creemore springs in TO makes good shit

Mill St. does an organic lager and a draught (i think) the organic lager is alright but the draught is unreal

Creemore Springs is not in TO, it's in the town of Creemore, i live about 20 minutes away from the town ahah

although it's owned by molson now it's still kinda cool to buy local

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Bitch brew.

Agreed. And its made by fuckin coors.

I had a dogfish 120 on draft the other night here and it was glorious.

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also, pale ale. if anyone could recommend something similar to sierra nevada, i'll spread some measly rep around.

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