Coors is not beer, it’s water but not as flavorful!
I was recently introduced to wheat beer called Hefe Weizen. The label is Pauliner. Lovely brew.[:D]
Currently, Foster’s green label, and McSorley’s, when I can get it
Carling Black Label
Chill by Miller
Steel Reserve 212
Finally my favorite is the one I thought was mine but found a cigarette butt in it…Russ
Too many to choose from. Here is my top 10 list (in no particular order):
Pyramid Apricot Ale
OK, let’s get serious with our brews. Today I headed down to Excelsior Vintage liquor store in Excelsior, Minnesota. They specialize in wines but do carry a couple of coolers of craft beers. Last week they got in Bell’s Hopslam Ale a seasonal brew that comes out in January. I had been waiting for this and finally picked up my first six pack. We’re talking about a 10% alcohol by volume biting, bitter, tongue bruiser of an ale. I had reservations that such an ale would be too much but it is goooood! Take a look at the art work. Bell’s is brewed in Comstock, MI near Kalamazoo.
Ahhh, a woman after me own heart! 8th Street Ale is my fav.
It’s . . . never mind. I better not answer that question. [;)][;)][;)]
Can’t we do both. I drink either Natural Light or Bud Light and I’m serious.
It’s getting hard to tell who is serious and who is poking fun around here.
when in Balto, drink Natty Boh!
I don’t drink beer frequently, but when I do, I want it to be a truly good beer, therefore my favorites, as of right now, are:
Guiness Extra Stout
All Sam Adams
All beers from Four Peaks Brewery in Tempe, AZ
I’m certain that as I try more I will find others that I like as much or better than these, but as I say, I don’t drink it frequently, so my taste isn’t compromised (I think).
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