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06-19-2008, 05:29 PM
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All depends where ur from. Im from STL so I am surrounded by Bud products and everything else is hard to come by. I do enjoy Boulevard Wheat when I see it but like I said its always Bud Select or Busch around here.

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Heres a real question. What are some of the good light beers out there?

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I disagree with you're statement about post-2-numbness-to-taste.

It usually takes me about 2 pitchers to myself to stop telling the difference
Clearly, you're not familiar with Canadian style counting.

1 pitcher IS one beer

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It starts and ends with Molson.

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Smithwick's
Eye of the Hawk
Great Lakes Conway's Irish Ale

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with that being said though, my favorite beers are most definitely from Germany
I was actually dissapointed with the beer in germany. When I was going there, people were saying "oh you have to try as many beers as you can. They have the best beer in the world."

But I didnt find the beer there anything special. The best one I found was the one with the monk on the front (no recollection of what it was called), but nothing I tried there would crack my top 5.

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Clearly, you're not familiar with Canadian style counting.

1 pitcher IS one beer

...well, yeah, that works too

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My top five (in no order)

Caffreys
Kilkenny
Moosehead Pale
Maclays (on tap, included for taste:cost ratio)
Creemore

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06-20-2008, 04:09 AM
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Anyone ever tried Westvleteren?...It's a belgian trappist ale. I bought a few bottles off ebay and there is nothing like it.I've seen a few beer-related websites that rate it as the best beer in the world.

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06-20-2008, 05:34 AM
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Good to see the Brown Ale getting a mention, originally brewed about 20 miles from my house.

1. Newcastle Brown Ale
2. Coors Light
3. Boddingtons
4. Guinness

Did not get to sample many of the beers whilst over in Canada but did enjoy Keiths IPA and Alley Kat (local Edmonton beer I believe)

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06-20-2008, 03:57 PM
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