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Old 02-22-2013, 04:14 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Beer...What do you drink?

Just wondering what other people like to drink. Maybe some good recommendations?

I like a lot of Belgian Ales; Duvel, Chimay white tripel, Trappistes Rochefort 8, Hoegaarden. I do also like other types like Kona Longboard Island lager, Franziskaner hefeweizen, Breckenridge Vanilla Porter.

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Whatcha got? That's what I'll have!

Generally, I prefer IPAs and stouts. The bigger the better.
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IPA's and light lagers.

Keith's, Heineken, Mill St Organic and when I'm low on cash I drink Old Milwakee.
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When on a budget can't go wrong with PBR. But being from Socal gotta love Stone IPA or Arrogant Bastard, and Karl Strauss Endless Summer Light or Red Trolley Ale
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Lately I've been on a stout/porter kick. But I'll usually try just about everything. The Trappist beers have been making my taste buds happy so far. I've got five bottles of my Westvleteren 12 beers left, but those won't be touched for awhile.

I've also got a bottle of that sitting in my room that I'm going to crack open on my birthday. I can't wait!

Another brewer I've been big into as of late is the Hitachino Nest Beer stuff. Sooo good.
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Boneyard Hop Venom & Notorious, Bear Republic Racer X, Russian River PtE and PtY, also really liking the idea behind Stone's Enjoy By.

On-hill usually sticking with canned stuff from caldera, 21a or Avery. Wish we could get Ska's Modus Hoperandi round here; looking forward to Boneyard canning soon.

Love the Imperial IPAs but gotta tone it down for the mtn
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IPAs mostly, porters in the winter sometimes and PBR/Budwieser if my pockets are light. Squatters IPA and Big Cottonwood (technically and American Amber Ale) are my go to beers in SLC. When Im in Wyoming I always get some Snake River Brewing's Snake River Pale Ale. Its the silkiest beer have ever drinken. I also have sweetspot for Sierra Nevadas. And now that they come in cans its really convienient for taking into the woods with you.

Come to think of it, as long as its not light beer I can drink it. F that noise.
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