I’m very proud to say that I’m a Budwiser fan. They don’t call it the King of Beers for nothing.
Many years ago I was a Haffenreffer drinker and an ocaisonal Piel’s.
When I can get it there is a good Scottish beer called Tennant’s, I really enjoy that.
Someone just gave me a case of Ipswich Ale for Christmass, I’ll save that for the guests on New Years day. They will enjoy it more than me.
Local Costco sells Bud 36packs for 21 bucks, not a bad price.
I see PBR mentioned here, huge seller in Portland Me. I understand that it is now brewed in Texas. Chow Jim
9. Rock Bottom / IPA
These are in order of ranking:
1. Full Sail / IPA
2. Bridgport / IPA
3. Stone Brewing / IPA
4. Arrogant Bastard / Ale
5. Moose Drool / Brown Ale
6. McMinnimans / Terminator
7. McMinnimans / Ruby
8. Mt. Hood Brewing / Oatmeal Stout
What does that make wine? [:p]
I drink so many different micros I couldn’t name a favorite but my go to "when I’m in the beer store" beers are always the same…
Fullers London Porter
Samual Smith’s Oatmeal Stout
Guinness Extra Stout
Anchor Porter (my every day beer)
And any ice beer when I have tomato juice and Tabasco readily available.
For a small area we have a pretty good selection of micro brews (and high alcohol brews) from around the country ..everything from Ayinger to Victory and just about anything you could come up with in-between.
Yep, it’s a good day for beer drinkers when you can settle for Sam Adams…a good brewery putting out some very drinkable brews. I can recall when settling meant a Bud or "I’ll pass" which was usually my answer if there was no tomato juice and hot sauce on hand.
They say that beer is the new wine.
No matter whta you drink at home, try the local brews when you are traveling – there’s a whole lot of very nice stuff out there.
I am the same way … If I am in western New York, I can’t not order a Genny Cream … It used to be that I’d order a Stroh’s if in Ohio, but that brand has been completely ruined over the decades and I’ve broken that habit.
The only mass produced commercial beer I’ll drink is Corona- and that’s only when I’m in Miami- I’m not sure of the reasoning behind that….but it just seems to taste good whenever I’m down there…
It’s strictly craft brews for me otherwise, but I will "settle" for a Sam Adams if that’s the only choice besides the disgusting stuff
Even though Bud and Bud Light are the big sellers that they are, nobody here fesses up.
Myself, I cannot choke down any of the mainstream brews (Coors, Miller, Miller Lite, Bud, Bud Light, etc.) … yet, lately, I have become a big fan of GUINNESS (on tap, especially,) OLD SPECKLED HEN, BODDINGTONS, BERKSHIRE BREWING COMPANY’S DOUBLE BAG, and, if in Washington, MAC & JACK’S (only available on tap).
Now, if there are any Bud drinkers out there …
On a daily basis, it will be Busch.. Cheap and somewhat clean. During the summer I enjoy Pabst, thats if it’s good and chilled on a hot day. Times I hit the bars I enjoy a good bottle of Strohs. Then when there’s an extra jingle in the pocket, Bass or Bells works for me…
Production of Falstaff ceased in 2005. Low sales.
My favorite beer is Abita Amber, a Munich-style lager brewed in Abita Springs, LA.
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