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caly420's avatar

What is your Favorite beer?

Asked by caly420 (546points) April 30th, 2008
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Enjoy_mus1q's avatar

Newcastle is great. Import and it is expensive.

ljs22's avatar

Bell’s Two Hearted Ale

caly420's avatar

blue moon and sierra nevada pale ale

coffeejunk's avatar

oh oh and fosters and corona. almost forgot them.

shilolo's avatar

Depending on my mood. Stella Artois, Pilsner Urquell or Guiness.

smart1979's avatar

Sierra Nevada Pale Ale

Kay's avatar

Sam Adam’s Cherry Wheat lager

Mtl_zack's avatar

corona, moosehead, alexander keiths, the beer that he restaurant Les 3 Brasseurs makes, pilsen, goldstar

Riser's avatar

Samuel Smith Imperial Stout

robmandu's avatar

Chimay Rouge, but only when I’m traveling on expense account. It’s like $8 a bottle.

loser's avatar

moylan’s kiltlifter!

richmarshall's avatar

It is a mood thing….variety is a good thing.

Buttface from CB & Potts is tasty.

Hollister0221's avatar

Abita Amber and Abita Turbodog

Alina1235's avatar

never drink beer but if have to its the honey brown – little heavy but I like the taste

pamfr's avatar

there’s an amazing raspberry beer that comes in a wine bottle. Whole Foods has it. I like mild fruity beer like Pyramid Apricot and blueberry.

El_Cadejo's avatar

Sam Adams is the shit. I recently tried summer ale and all i can say is YUM. My favorite would have to be October fest. Im also a big fan of cherry wheat and sam adams light.

demogear's avatar

Nothing beats an ice cold Cerveza Pacífico

peedub's avatar

When it’s hot out, I enjoy a nice MIchelada, with a beer like Sol.

Otherwise, Newcastle or Samuel Smith’s Nut Brown Ale.

BirdlegLeft's avatar

Oh no, I knew I’d eventually see this question. I’m not sure where to even start. And, I don’t think of myself as very knowledgeable about beer, but I certainly know what I like.

To begin, I love me some hops. And there seems to be a trend of sorts leaning towards “hoppy” beers. Ljs22, mentioned Bells “Two Hearted” which is a great introduction to hops. From there step up to Bells “Hop Slam.” More hops, more fun. Recently I’ve tried one out of Wisconsin by the name of Bitter Woman. But, I don’t know who brews it. My personal face is only found in Minnesota—Furious by Surly. Mmmmmm. I can’t say enough good things about this beer. Bitter? He’ll yes. But with loads of citrus and a hint of caramel.

BadMotherFluther's avatar

It’s got to be “FREE BEER”. Don’t care what it is, It always taste’s better if it’s FREE!

bob's avatar

Summertime beers:

For those of us in the Midwest: Bell’s Oberon: “An American wheat ale brewed with Saaz hops. Spicy and fruity, Oberon is the color and scent of a summer afternoon.” Somehow, it really does smell like a summer afternoon.

And on the West Coast: Pyramid Curveball: “Inspired by the traditional Kölsch style beers of Cologne, Germany, Curve Ball boasts a clean, crisp slightly herbal taste and a lighter body.” Tasty.

susanc's avatar

and pw’s so right: a michelada’s the thing for hot afternoons

peedub's avatar

Yowza. Bohemia rocks too! As does Modello.

boffin's avatar

Milwaukee’s Best

jrpowell's avatar

Sierra Nevada Pale Ale and Fat Tire are my two favorites. And I always enjoy Jubelale when it is available.

Trance24's avatar

Lowenbrow is good I had it in Germany.

gailcalled's avatar


peedub's avatar

Wasn’t that a low-brow beer in America, circa 1980’s?

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gooch's avatar

I can’t commit every single time this question is asked I have a new favorite. Now it is Old Rasputin. I guess that’s the joy of life. Sampling different flavors all the time. Guys you should never commit to only one beer. Beer is like art experience it all. Open your mind and your mouth.

buster's avatar

pabst blue ribbon. me and my homies lived in a shack in oregon. we called it the pbr ranch or poor boys ranch. you can live off pbr and pizza.

richmarshall's avatar

@gooch, exactly. It is kinda nice living in the Napa Valley of beer.

bulbatron9's avatar

Gunniess Extra Stout!

richmarshall's avatar

Had a Boddingtons last night…..enjoyed it.

bulbatron9's avatar

Guinness Extra Stout

Sorry about the spelling, but between the Guinness and the iPhone I have no hope!


peedub's avatar

I like beer medley. Trumer PIls is good with Guiness.

breanne's avatar

I’m another Guinness lover, but I also love Sacramento Brewing Company’s Imperial Stout. We have a lot of good local microbrews in Northern California.

russellsouza's avatar

Sam Adams White Ale

peedub's avatar

How could I forget about my REAL favorite. Perhaps it’s because Hitachino Nest is so hard to find. The White Ale is the shizznit.

syntak's avatar

Russian Empirial Stout

charliecompany34's avatar

modelo dark, becks dark, bass ale, guiness stout (not draft), dos equis dark, leinenkugel bock out of wisconsin

BirdlegLeft's avatar

I will be drinking any/all of these tonight at the Busters on 28th Anniversary Party.

scars2b's avatar

Hefeweisen, Blue Moon, and right now i’m feeling Pacifico

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