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From: Bay City, OR
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|#1 Posted on | Instant Rating: 9.14|
|I've recently been buying Hammm's. 30 packs are under $18 here. What is your less than craft brew favorite?|
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From: Cambridge, MA
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|#2 Posted on | Instant Rating: 6.32|
|I live very close to a Trader Joe and their Trader Jose Dark (Negro Modelo clone) is cheap and delicious.|
Molson Canadian and Newcastle are my other two favorites.
If I'm hanging out with friends and looking to get drunk, it's Natty Ice all the way. Quote from a friend: "heroin must be healthier than this."
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|#3 Posted on | Instant Rating: 7.06|
Sierra Nevada. Occasionally, Blue Moon.
I agree that the Trader Joe's brand beers are all passable - although I usually just spend the extra buck or two and get something I really enjoy (Lagunitas or Peak Organic IPAs tend to win out).
We used to get TJ's Simplier Times when we were slumming it - but, for some reason, it's significantly more for a 6-pack in NY than in CA ($2.99 in CA, $4.49 in NY).
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|#4 Posted on | Instant Rating: 6.17|
|Coopers Pale Ale|
I think you can find it in the US if you're lucky.
From: Stafford, VA
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|Miller Lite. Great taste, less filling.|
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|#6 Posted on | Instant Rating: 8.00|
|Does Guinness count?|
IWC before there was an IWC.
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|Y!: ||#7 Posted on | Instant Rating: 7.08|
|Dos Equis, Coors Light.
In terms of lacing, I go with the good old tradition of criss-cross lacing. With tying my shoes (I knew that was so your next question...unless this question has already been asked)
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