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Beer silicon good for bones?
Your favorite beers so far? Don't know much about beer 1/14/2013 11:57PM Reply | Return to Index | Report Post
I have found so far that I'm liking the Lagunitas pilsner & new Belgium 1554 beer

Any widely distributed bottled kinds I can try?
m33m_
RE: Your favorite beers so far? Don't know much about beer 1/15/2013 5:21AM - in reply to Beer silicon good for bones? Reply | Return to Index | Report Post
Matthew Foley
RE: Your favorite beers so far? Don't know much about beer 1/15/2013 5:37AM - in reply to m33m_ Reply | Return to Index | Report Post
Beer Advocate list is BS biased toward high alcohol styles.
redux
RE: Your favorite beers so far? Don't know much about beer 1/15/2013 7:04AM - in reply to Matthew Foley Reply | Return to Index | Report Post
I was raised blue collar. My dad bought The Beast, The Beast Light, or Bush Light. Late in life he'd splurge on Yuengling.

He was also a Single Malt Scotch fan.

My tastes follow his.

I like Keystone Light tall boys, Bush Light, The Beast Light, and expensive single-malt scotch (preferable Islay). I'll also drink Bud Light or whatever is the cheapest beer at the bar.
tony soprano
RE: Your favorite beers so far? Don't know much about beer 1/15/2013 7:14AM - in reply to redux Reply | Return to Index | Report Post
Guinness is my favorite. Forever.
joho
RE: Your favorite beers so far? Don't know much about beer 1/15/2013 7:29AM - in reply to tony soprano Reply | Return to Index | Report Post
I'm on a big IPA kick right now. Centennial IPA and Stone IPA are a couple of my favorites. I think both of those are pretty wide distributed.
Yesley
RE: Your favorite beers so far? Don't know much about beer 1/15/2013 8:37AM - in reply to joho Reply | Return to Index | Report Post
Bell's (Michigan) makes some awesome brews.
jhfghfhd
RE: Your favorite beers so far? Don't know much about beer 1/15/2013 8:54AM - in reply to Beer silicon good for bones? Reply | Return to Index | Report Post
Best beers:

1. Natural Ice/Light
2. Old Milwaukee's Best Ice/Light
3. Icehouse
4. PBR
5. Busch
wtfd
RE: Your favorite beers so far? Don't know much about beer 1/15/2013 9:45AM - in reply to jhfghfhd Reply | Return to Index | Report Post

jhfghfhd wrote:

Best beers:

1. Natural Ice/Light
2. Old Milwaukee's Best Ice/Light
3. Icehouse
4. PBR
5. Busch


???
Brian
RE: Your favorite beers so far? Don't know much about beer 1/15/2013 10:53AM - in reply to Beer silicon good for bones? Reply | Return to Index | Report Post
If you want inexpensive micros I think Odell's IPA is the best IPA for the money (cheap here in Fort Collins). I think one of my favorite beers regardless of price and style is Firestone Walker Double Jack (and their Union Jack is good too,, lower ABV and cheaper) and New Belgium's Super IPA.

New Belgium has a seasonal Imperial Chocolate Coffee that is good. And their Cocoa Mole is very good.

Deschutes is a good non-Colorado Brewery I like that has a good mix of quality and price. Their porter and their Inversion IPA are good.
UsedToBeKnowItAll
RE: Your favorite beers so far? Don't know much about beer 1/15/2013 11:03AM - in reply to Brian Reply | Return to Index | Report Post

Brian wrote:

If you want inexpensive micros I think Odell's IPA is the best IPA for the money (cheap here in Fort Collins). I think one of my favorite beers regardless of price and style is Firestone Walker Double Jack (and their Union Jack is good too,, lower ABV and cheaper) and New Belgium's Super IPA.

New Belgium has a seasonal Imperial Chocolate Coffee that is good. And their Cocoa Mole is very good.

Deschutes is a good non-Colorado Brewery I like that has a good mix of quality and price. Their porter and their Inversion IPA are good.


Great recommendations. Odell's, Firestone Walker, and Deschutes are all excellent breweries, and you picked out some of their best offerings.

The OP said he liked Pilsner, and I believe 1554 is a black ale.

Those tastes might not appreciate the hop-heavy recommendations you gave, but might line up better with the New Belgium offerings you listed.

I believe the Wookie Jack is a black ale from Firestone Walker that is really good. I honestly don't know any outstanding pilsners.

The best advice might be to try as much as you can and see what you like. Many liquor stores have a build your own 6-pack, which is great for exploring new beers and tastes.
marley433
RE: Your favorite beers so far? Don't know much about beer 1/15/2013 11:22AM - in reply to Beer silicon good for bones? Reply | Return to Index | Report Post
DOGFISH HEAD.
black is better
RE: Your favorite beers so far? Don't know much about beer 1/15/2013 11:28AM - in reply to Beer silicon good for bones? Reply | Return to Index | Report Post
Atwater Vanilla Java Porter
holbythebear
RE: Your favorite beers so far? Don't know much about beer 1/15/2013 12:24PM - in reply to Beer silicon good for bones? Reply | Return to Index | Report Post
Great Lakes Burning River, Thirsty Dog Xmas Ale, Centennial IPA. I also get in the mood for a fresh Budweiser in a can. Budweiser has to be no more than a month old and cold.
truther
RE: Your favorite beers so far? Don't know much about beer 1/15/2013 12:31PM - in reply to holbythebear Reply | Return to Index | Report Post
Beer has jumped the shark.
joho
RE: Your favorite beers so far? Don't know much about beer 1/15/2013 12:37PM - in reply to truther Reply | Return to Index | Report Post
Anyone on here ever heard of beerjobber.com? It's a site that partners with smaller micro breweries and sells and ships their products to individuals across the US. I haven't ordered anything as it can be quite pricey. But, if you don't mind spending the money and like to try something different, it's a good opportunity.
USA!
RE: Your favorite beers so far? Don't know much about beer 1/15/2013 12:41PM - in reply to joho Reply | Return to Index | Report Post
I am not convinced that anyone actually likes beer. I have been trying for over three years to find a beer that I like. Some beer does taste better than others but in the end none of them really taste good. It seems like people just choose the bear that is least bad.
NJ Possible
RE: Your favorite beers so far? Don't know much about beer 1/15/2013 12:48PM - in reply to Beer silicon good for bones? Reply | Return to Index | Report Post
I'm a Hoegaarden fan myself. Tasty, light and not bitter.
BeerAdvocate
RE: Your favorite beers so far? Don't know much about beer 1/15/2013 12:59PM - in reply to NJ Possible Reply | Return to Index | Report Post

NJ Possible wrote:

I'm a Hoegaarden fan myself. Tasty, light and not bitter.


Keep drinking the AB Inbev garbage.

Yuck.
Tor
RE: Your favorite beers so far? Don't know much about beer 1/15/2013 1:03PM - in reply to UsedToBeKnowItAll Reply | Return to Index | Report Post
I'm also a big fan of Odell's IPA, as well as their 5 Barrel. Ska's IPA is another one of my "go to" beers. The quality if IPAs coming out of Portland is quite amazing. Many, many excellent beers in Rose City.
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