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B-double-E-double-R u n, Beeeer Run... Beer!

Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by MGarrison, Apr 2, 2009.

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    MGarrison

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    Ok, so - bimmers are German cars, but that's hardly a prerequisite for a beer preference.. what are your favorites?

    I like Blue Moon (long before it was _everywhere_), hefeweizens (generall speaking), among others -

    tried Czechvar lately, thought it tasted like what I'd like Budweiser to taste like.

    Pyramid Hefeweizen, thought that was pretty good.

    94is guest

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    Mmmm, I love me some beer. My favs are probably Newcastle, Fat Tire, Harp, Bass, Guinness, Stella, Arrogant Bastard Oaked, Karl Strauss Red Trolley. I know there are others that I like. I'm gonna grub on some yummy beers tomorrow night. :D
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    kkratoch

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    I like the darker varieties. Guinness, Yuengling Black & Tan, Straub dark, Newcastle Brown Ale, etc...
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    granthr

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    Yuengling!!! Gotta love the Penna micro brew! Especially since it has been family run for generations! :D

    I also like Hefeweizen and British Hard Ciders, like Strongbow. :)

    M3Driver guest

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    Warsteiner, Peroni, Sapporo, Red Stripe, and Sam Adams.

    Autohaus guest

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    I don't drink beer :cool:

    94is guest

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    Ah yes, Yuengling, I almost forgot. I really like that one too. I practically lived on it when I stayed in Philly for a few days. :p
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    Oregon

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    24 oz Mason jar into which will go;

    1/2 lime
    1 tablespoon Worcestershire sauce
    a dash Tabasco
    6 oz. vegtable juice
    6 oz. Black Butte Porter
    12 oz. Miller Lite

    4 of those will both plant you on the carpet plus provide all the vegetable-sourced vitamins a body requires per day.:D

    Cody

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    Sounds like you need to let the FDA know about that. Sure beats a Centrum...;)

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    Blue Moon...
    Hoegarten <sp>...
    Yuengling...
    Hefeveissen... <sp>
    Tetley's...
    Rolling Rock...
    Young's Chocolate Stoudt
    Guiness...
    Smithwick's (that's "SMIDDICKS" me laddies!)
    Corona...

    Hmmmmmm....that's alotta beeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeer....

    BIMMIR guest

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    Sam Adams, all of the seasonal brews, particularly Summer Ale!
    Wonderful on the front porch after a BMW vert ride in the summer. :D

    Autohaus guest

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    How about a Samuel Jackson?

    drummerfc guest

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    Almost forgot...GROLSCH...love the resealable top (not that I ever save any).

    BIMMIR guest

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    Dr. Suess beer...
    "Sam I am"
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    Brian A

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    I must have BPBD (Bipolar Beer Disorder): I either like heavy beer like Guinness and Boddingtons or I like Budweiser. On the latter, it reminds me of Kirin or Sapporo, both of which I also like. I wish Red Hook still made Red Hook Rye. I really liked that stuff.
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    catmundu

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    mmmm......beer.....mmmmm. :) my favorite local/texas brews are shiner and st arnold's. i also love guinness (it's a meal really), singha, negro modelo, black jack porter, sapporo, stella, to name a few. did i mention i like beer? ;)
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    TeamStowell We love driving!

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    I change beers when I change tires.... in the winter it is the darker Saranacs or Red Hooks and with the spring comes a change to Tecate (preferably in a can) - hold the fake lime thing.

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    No one laugh now, but I am become partial (again) for Pabst Blue Ribbon. The local pub we like to go to has it for $1.00 a glass on draft and $5.00 a pitcher. That used to be the beer of choice when I was much younger and it has (apparently) been making a comeback the past few years.
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    TeamStowell We love driving!

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    The less we spend on beer means more cash is available for valve jobs, coolant systems and carbon fiber!
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    catmundu

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    i say keep the beer and car mod/maintenance allowance, skip the dentist and just brush/floss regularly. ;)

    p.s. i love the hypnotoad! :)

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