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Post by rkappes » Fri Feb 03, 2012 6:40 am

I love trying different beers, what beer do you recommend?

My recent favorite is Moo Joos from Brau Brothers Brewing.

I try and pickup a new 6 pack of beer each week....kinda fun. :D
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Post by Ruffshooter » Fri Feb 03, 2012 6:51 am

Here we have some good little breweries.

Small batch company Main brew company owned by Klebans. ( I think that is right.) I have only had these just once but really liked them. I had them at a hunt camp. Zoe, dark beer. and Peeper an IPA type.


Shipyard is pretty good.
Allagash Is real good.
Gerry's not sure if it is brewed in Maine.

In Mass. Samuel Adams which you can get all over the country.
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Post by legallyblonde » Fri Feb 03, 2012 7:14 am

Any Bell's beer.....but especially Oberon, available spring-summer :D
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Post by fishvik » Fri Feb 03, 2012 7:58 am

rkappes wrote:I love trying different beers, what beer do you recommend?

My recent favorite is Moo Joos from Brau Brothers Brewing.

I try and pickup/order a new 6 pack of beer each week....kinda fun.
I love trying different beers, what beer do you recommend?

My recent favorite is Moo Joos from Brau Brothers Brewing.

I try and pickup/order a new 6 pack of beer each week....kinda fun. :D
rkappes,

If you like a 3.2 beer (That's all they brew down there) Utah Wasatch Brewing's Polygomy Porter isn't bad and the ad campaign is a riot.
"Polygomy Porter, when one isn't enough, take a six pack home to the wives"

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Post by AzDoggin » Fri Feb 03, 2012 8:00 am

Ruffshooter wrote:In Mass. Samuel Adams which you can get all over the country.
I could try a few "new" Sam Adams Creme Stout's every night for the rest of my life :lol:

It's even got 'medicinal' value, don't cha know: http://www.webmd.com/heart/news/2003111 ... -for-heart

I'm partial to the dark ones in a premium beer - I call them 'meals in a bottle." The best are so thick you almost have to chew them.

If you can part with one, toss a bottle of Guinness in with some meat and veggie's in the crockpot before you leave for the hunt, and when you come back you'll have: http://www.myrecipes.com/recipe/beef-gu ... 001963989/ Out-of-this-world GOOD.

Agree, rkrappes. Beer is good. Pretty sure it was Ben Franklin who stated "God invented beer because he wants man to be happy." :D
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Post by Buckeye_V » Fri Feb 03, 2012 8:02 am

Kodiak Island Brewing Company. Anything they make is good.

Great Lakes makes a wheat-based beer that I cannot remember what it is called, but I have only had it at the brewery and I like that one pretty well.

Sam Adams on tap in Boston is the best. I like their spring brew and fall brew the best.
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Post by BillGraves » Fri Feb 03, 2012 8:04 am

I enjoy Yuengling Lager. It's a Pennsylvania brew and holds the title of "America's Oldest Brewery." MMMMMMMMM!

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Post by Buckeye_V » Fri Feb 03, 2012 8:10 am

I like the Lager Light from Yuengling for a "project beer". Meaning, this project is a 6-pack or this one is a 2-beer project.

They just started selling it in Ohio not long ago.
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Post by donne » Fri Feb 03, 2012 8:12 am

Sam Adams Octoberfest is pretty good, but isn't around long enough.
Try Smithwicks if you like the darker beers. Not as "stout" as Guinness.

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Post by LincolnAlexander » Fri Feb 03, 2012 8:32 am

I tried Innis & Gunn about a year and half ago, after a day spent at a hunt test, and it has been my favorite ever since. It has a very interesting and unique flavour (it is 'aged' in barrels that were used for rum, scotch, etc) - the Original is my favorite. I have only seen it sold in singles, so don't know if you could get a six-pack (though you could buy 6 singles :))
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Post by rkappes » Fri Feb 03, 2012 8:39 am

legallyblonde wrote:Any Bell's beer.....but especially Oberon, available spring-summer :D
I've only had the Two Hearted Ale from Bells, good stuff! Ever had the Special Double Cream Stout from Bells? I'm wanting to give that a try.

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Post by phermes1 » Fri Feb 03, 2012 8:39 am

Love Yuengling, that's my everyday beer - the stuff I drink regularly, that I buy by the 12 pack or case. Yuengling opened a brewery in Tampa about 10 years ago, so we've been enjoying it down here for a while. I hear the delay on selling it in Ohio was that Yuengling wanted to build another brewery to accommodate the predicted massive increase in demand - no kidding. Them Ohio folks are a bunch of drunks. At least all my Cincy relatives are. :)
I also was just told that Yuengling passed Sam Adams as the largest American brewery.

As far as specialty beers go - Samuel Smith's Oatmeal Stout is my favorite.

New Belgium Brewery has some good stuff. Fat Tire is pretty good, although I like their 1554 dark ale better.

I'm generally not a fan of wheat beers, but one I do like is Blue Moon.

There's a small brewery in Tampa called Cigar City Brewing. Pretty good stuff, but I don't think they're distributing outside of the state yet. They make a pretty good IPA.
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Post by DogNewbie » Fri Feb 03, 2012 8:42 am

Alaskan amber is hands down my favorite beer. First learned of it when I was living in Alaska and was really missing it here in MN until they started selling it here this year!

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Post by rkappes » Fri Feb 03, 2012 8:48 am

AzDoggin wrote:
Ruffshooter wrote:In Mass. Samuel Adams which you can get all over the country.
I could try a few "new" Sam Adams Creme Stout's every night for the rest of my life :lol:

It's even got 'medicinal' value, don't cha know: http://www.webmd.com/heart/news/2003111 ... -for-heart

I'm partial to the dark ones in a premium beer - I call them 'meals in a bottle." The best are so thick you almost have to chew them.

If you can part with one, toss a bottle of Guinness in with some meat and veggie's in the crockpot before you leave for the hunt, and when you come back you'll have: http://www.myrecipes.com/recipe/beef-gu ... 001963989/ Out-of-this-world GOOD.

Agree, rkrappes. Beer is good. Pretty sure it was Ben Franklin who stated "God invented beer because he wants man to be happy." :D
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Post by legallyblonde » Fri Feb 03, 2012 8:49 am

rkappes wrote:
legallyblonde wrote:Any Bell's beer.....but especially Oberon, available spring-summer :D
I've only had the Two Hearted Ale from Bells, good stuff! Ever had the Special Double Cream Stout from Bells? I'm wanting to give that a try.

I've not tried that one but then I'm not a big stout fan. Bell's Winter White is excellent as well, as is their Octoberfest :D
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Post by V-John » Fri Feb 03, 2012 9:44 am

http://beeradvocate.com/beer/profile/1422/32918

This is what I drink.

It's less the 14 bucks a thirty pack! :)

Although Kroll apparantly has NO taste and doesn't like it.

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Post by djloder » Fri Feb 03, 2012 9:51 am

SURLY BREWING Co. is all I have to say.

Brau Bros Ring Neck is really good.
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Post by legallyblonde » Fri Feb 03, 2012 9:52 am

BillGraves wrote:I enjoy Yuengling Lager. It's a Pennsylvania brew and holds the title of "America's Oldest Brewery." MMMMMMMMM!

Bill
I've always really liked Yuengling too, but alas, we can't get it in Michigan :cry:
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Post by djloder » Fri Feb 03, 2012 9:57 am

phermes1 wrote: There's a small brewery in Tampa called Cigar City Brewing. Pretty good stuff, but I don't think they're distributing outside of the state yet. They make a pretty good IPA.
I was in FL and looked everywhere for it and couldn't find it. No one even knew what I was taking about. I was in Tallahassee area.
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Post by rkappes » Fri Feb 03, 2012 10:01 am

djloder wrote:SURLY BREWING Co. is all I have to say.

Brau Bros Ring Neck is really good.
I've heard Surly Furious is good. I've wondered about the Brau Bros Ring Neck, I love Brau Bros Moo Joos!

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Post by rkappes » Fri Feb 03, 2012 10:15 am

V-John wrote:http://beeradvocate.com/beer/profile/1422/32918

This is what I drink.

It's less the 14 bucks a thirty pack! :)

Although Kroll apparantly has NO taste and doesn't like it.
That stuff looks like it would turn your intestines inside out and make you shoot puddin’ from the backside for a week!

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Post by rkappes » Fri Feb 03, 2012 10:20 am

DogNewbie wrote:Alaskan amber is hands down my favorite beer. First learned of it when I was living in Alaska and was really missing it here in MN until they started selling it here this year!
I like the Amber as well, have you had any of the others?

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Post by rkappes » Fri Feb 03, 2012 10:23 am

fishvik wrote:
rkappes wrote:I love trying different beers, what beer do you recommend?

My recent favorite is Moo Joos from Brau Brothers Brewing.

I try and pickup/order a new 6 pack of beer each week....kinda fun.
I love trying different beers, what beer do you recommend?

My recent favorite is Moo Joos from Brau Brothers Brewing.

I try and pickup/order a new 6 pack of beer each week....kinda fun. :D
rkappes,

If you like a 3.2 beer (That's all they brew down there) Utah Wasatch Brewing's Polygomy Porter isn't bad and the ad campaign is a riot.
"Polygomy Porter, when one isn't enough, take a six pack home to the wives"
I'll have to see if I can hunt some down online along with that ad campaign, :D !

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Post by V-John » Fri Feb 03, 2012 10:26 am

rkappes wrote:
V-John wrote:http://beeradvocate.com/beer/profile/1422/32918

This is what I drink.

It's less the 14 bucks a thirty pack! :)

Although Kroll apparantly has NO taste and doesn't like it.
That stuff looks like it would turn your intestines inside out and make you shoot puddin’ from the backside for a week!
Well, if you are having digestive problems, I believe it can act as a laxative... :)

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Post by MillerClemsonHD » Fri Feb 03, 2012 10:37 am

Finally a topic I have enough experience to comment on.

This one is always a favorite Brown Dog Ale with a Liver Shorthair pictured on the bottle and case.
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Dales is my favorite but also have quite a few good ones.

http://terrapinbeer.com/
The Rye Pale is is good. tried a few of the others but I really like the rye pale ale

Few good ones here as well.
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Another favorite
http://bestbelgianbeers.wordpress.com/2 ... que-glass/

We are lucky that the micro brews have blown up in our area and have tons of options.

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Straubs in Pa is a quality product for any garage mechanics projects... :D not that i'm a big beer drinker these days... but as a youngin' I sampled my share... at the brewery in St Mary's they have a tap that you can go in and drink at for free!.. no take outs, cept in yer gullet... haven't been there in years but I think it's still open...
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Post by Gertie » Fri Feb 03, 2012 10:51 am

So many to choose from! I'll narrow it down to just a few: Russian River Brewing's Pliny the Elder, Deschutes Red Chair, Ninkasi Sleigher, Rogue Arrogant Bastard, and 10 Barrel Sinister. However, my all time favorite is the Blue Label Chimmay from Belgium, those monks know how to do it right. Then again, I guess they really haven't had much else to do the past few hundred years :mrgreen:

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djloder wrote:
phermes1 wrote: There's a small brewery in Tampa called Cigar City Brewing. Pretty good stuff, but I don't think they're distributing outside of the state yet. They make a pretty good IPA.
I was in FL and looked everywhere for it and couldn't find it. No one even knew what I was taking about. I was in Tallahassee area.
It started being carried by Fresh Market and Whole Foods - it might not have spread to Tallahassee yet, though. It's small and is just starting to increase its distribution.
The brewery is located in maybe an 8,000 square foot warehouse. The best thing about it is they have a tasting room right next to it, where they serve all of. their own brews plus a couple of other specialty brews that they rotate every month. Plus, you can get big growlers to go. :)
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Post by brule » Fri Feb 03, 2012 10:58 am

My two favorite Wisconsin beers, which I support alot are New Glarus and Stone Cellar beer. My favorite New Glarus is Spotted Cow and Stone Cellar's Stout is probably the best stout I've ever had. And an added bonus is the brewery is only 5 miles from my place. A real good German beer I like is Hacker-Pschorr. And for Belgium beers Delirium Tremens is really hard to beat. A bit pricey, but if you're looking for an excellent beer it's right at the top for me. There's just too many good beers out there to name them all.

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Post by JeremyS » Fri Feb 03, 2012 11:32 am

I went up to Brau Brothers a couple years ago and had some of their Cream Stout. One of the better beers I have ever had. It was thick, good taste and didn't bite. I was working on eating one of their Austen Burgers, so I didn't try any other beer. Haven't drank in over a year, but generally I am a Killian's guy.

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rkappes wrote:
djloder wrote:SURLY BREWING Co. is all I have to say.

Brau Bros Ring Neck is really good.
I've heard Surly Furious is good. I've wondered about the Brau Bros Ring Neck, I love Brau Bros Moo Joos!

Only good you heard! They make a great coffee one as well. I had my Groom chessecake made out of it.
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rkappes wrote:
DogNewbie wrote:Alaskan amber is hands down my favorite beer. First learned of it when I was living in Alaska and was really missing it here in MN until they started selling it here this year!
I like the Amber as well, have you had any of the others?
Their summer ale is great but their winter ale is just awful. They brew it with spruce needles or something like that so it's really piney.

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Post by Buckeye_V » Fri Feb 03, 2012 1:19 pm

Kodiak Island had some kind of Pine whine that I had. It was like really thick heavy beer, but had a piney/nutty taste that was very unique. It was good ina brandy snifter. I had a couple glasses while I was there and it was better to partake as a wine.
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Post by DogNewbie » Fri Feb 03, 2012 1:21 pm

I'm surprised no one has mentioned Guinness on tap yet. While I don't drink a ton of Guinness, about every three months I get a bad craving for one. I'm currently in that phase.

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No beer for me - 10 generations of alcoholics.
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GOLDEN DRAAK its amazing its from belgium, golden wheat its un-real
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Buckeye_V wrote:Kodiak Island had some kind of Pine whine that I had. It was like really thick heavy beer, but had a piney/nutty taste that was very unique. It was good ina brandy snifter. I had a couple glasses while I was there and it was better to partake as a wine.
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Bud light for me, or maybe Sol

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deke wrote:Bud light for me, or maybe Sol
I turn to Strohs light when I'm on a tight budget...which is most of the time

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My two favorite kinds are FREE and COLD! I like it all

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I still have two and a half hours left in my day.

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Post by rkappes » Fri Feb 03, 2012 4:46 pm

djloder wrote:
rkappes wrote:
djloder wrote:SURLY BREWING Co. is all I have to say.

Brau Bros Ring Neck is really good.
I've heard Surly Furious is good. I've wondered about the Brau Bros Ring Neck, I love Brau Bros Moo Joos!

Only good you heard! They make a great coffee one as well. I had my Groom chessecake made out of it.

That my friend looks like a little slice of heaven!!!!

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Post by wberry85 » Fri Feb 03, 2012 7:19 pm

Nothing beats a cold Coors Light (or 12) after a hard days work.

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Re: Beer?

Post by JWP58 » Fri Feb 03, 2012 9:07 pm

Shiner or Lonestar.
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Re: Beer?

Post by crazyboy » Fri Feb 03, 2012 11:10 pm

So many beers, so little time!

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Re: Beer?

Post by jarbo03 » Fri Feb 03, 2012 11:34 pm

Shiner Bock is my favorite beer, most of their other beers are good too. Always look forward to the release of Leinenkugels Limited, should be a full time beer. Locally, Boulevard Brewing makes a really good wheat beer and Irish Ale. 75th St. Brewery makes the best wheat beer I have had, in this part of the country every brewery makes a couple different wheat beers, glad I like them.

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Re: Beer?

Post by mcclinj » Fri Feb 03, 2012 11:52 pm

North Country Brewing's "Firehouse Red"!!

TommyKnocker "maple Nut Brown" , "Pick Axe Pale Ale"

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Re: Beer?

Post by Max2 » Sat Feb 04, 2012 5:50 am

Check out Cooperstown brewing co.
http://www.cooperstownbrewing.com/
Good stuff !

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