It's Saturday. What does that mean, you ask? Easy, Baseball and Beer day for yours truly. And on this sacred day, I woke up wondering...what do my fellow Wiener's drink, when there drinking BEER? I don't care if it's an import or a cheapy, tell me wieners, what ya drinking? For me, well, my fridge is always occupied by one of these yeasty delights:
1. Natural Light - what can i say, I'm a cheapskate! Actually, it's a pretty tasty beer, and light on the carbs. I might be a drunk, but I try to take care of myself !
2. Miller light - lots of great memories from my college days.
3. Icehouse - I lived a year in Florida, and at that point in time, EVERYONE was drinking Icehouse or...
4. Red Dog. Not only is it a tasty treat, there are fun facts on each beer cap. NICE!
5. Molson Ice - When your in the need for a knock down, kick your ass type of beer... Ice is the choice. Only surpassed in awesomeness by it's big brother, Molson Triple X ... but you have to go to Canada to pick that baby up (atleast I think...anyone have a store that stocks this bad boy?)
We'll eventually need DEAN'S input in this thread...
1) Keith's India Pale Ale - Brewed in my hometown of Halifax, Nova Scotia, and available throughout Canada. Not sure if it's in the States...at least I've never seen it down soouth.
2) Rolling Rock - I fell in love with the 33 while living in Maine back in '92. I make frequent trips down to Montana to stock up on it.
3) Red Stripe - The ultimate summer beer, or when sitting poolside in Vegas. Got to love this while working on a cruise ship...it was sold for 25 cents in the crew bar, and who doesn't love the stubby bottle?
4) Kokanee - It's the beer out here. Brewed in British Columbia by 75 people who care. Slowly making its way east.
5) Virtually any microbrew - Not that I'm a "beer snob" or anything...I just like them. Portland, Maine has (or 'had," I haven't been there in years) some amazing brew pubs. Nothing beats a Bar Harbor blueberry ale at the Great Lost Bear in Portland (pieman might back me up on this.)
If memory serves me right, Rolling Rock was a fav. in florida as well. It's an interesting beer. A very unique taste, if you ask me.
When i was in college (Western Michigan University, for those who care) Red Stripe was a popular choice as well. Now, I never drank any, but remember it being a heavy beer, is that correct?
I love the term "beer snob"! I really don't think there's such a thing. There's so many great beers out there, it's great that everyone can find that "one" great beer. though, i will now tell you the WORST beer in the world....not totally sure if this is how you spell it, or what not ...
3-Shipyard (any brand except for one I can't remember..blue label..takes like sourdough...bleh.
4-Typically, any draft beer in between rounds of golf.
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Having lived in Wisconsin for seven years, I had no choice but to become a beer snob. And the best fine Wisconsin brew, IMHO, is a little ol' beer called Leinenkugels. Original, not Leinie's Red.
Unfortunately, you can't get it in New York, or really anywhere on the Eastern seaboard north of Maryland. It was a hard choice to live in New York. When I'm outside of the Northeast I call up the regional distributer (you can check out who it is on their website, www.leinies.com) and ask where the nearest store that sells it is. I haven't been able to convince then to bring it to New York. Yet.
So in the meantime I try to drink various different stuff.
The best "Big Name" brew: Miller High Life. Coors is the worst.
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Originally posted by MoeGatesHaving lived in Wisconsin for seven years, I had no choice but to become a beer snob. And the best fine Wisconsin brew, IMHO, is a little ol' beer called Leinenkugels. Original, not Leinie's Red. The best "Big Name" brew: Miller High Life.
OH HELL YEAH. Hell, back in the day, an indy promoter and I stopped at the Leinie's Lodge (of which he's a member) on the way to Minneapolis for a Nitro. Sadly, she was closed that day...*sniff* But yeah, Leinie's=Wisconsin beer goodness. And as for High Life...I'm drinking one right now.
Originally posted by dropmailnotbombsDrewDuece,
PBR has been a mainstay in my day. I give you bonus points for naming thee!
Allow me to also bow for a mention of Pabst Blue Ribbon. When I was a kid, PBR and Old Style were the only two beers anybody ever drank at Lambeau Field. Now they've pretty much gone the way of Schlitz and Blatz (although I know a rural bar in WI that sells Blatz for $1 a bottle. Mmmm...)
Honorable non-Badger beer mention: Labatt's Blue. Annoying bear commercials aside, an awesome indy heel manager turned me on to that. Good Canuck stuff.
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I was surprised to see PBR mentioned(maybe you all are just fond of your high school days), but when I saw Singha, I nearly fell out of my seat! At least it's better than Beerchang. But come on, that stuff was just horrible.
I mostly drink Busch, not because it's my favorite, but beacuse it's cheap. I see we don't have any Malt Liquor fans here. Favorite 40 anybody?
Originally posted by kgriffey79 Favorite 40 anybody?
ye Olde English 800. Ironically enough, I started to drink it after my uncle died from (among other things) many liver issues, because it was his beer of choice. Only in 40's will I drink it though, not in the tallcan.
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