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Re: How can this be burgers and beers without a beer thread?

Postby AGhead » Tue Apr 07, 2015

Miller light ("pilsner"), High Life, Corona (love that 'skunkyness'), some brand of Hefeweizen?

A truck stop here was iceing down big ol' 44 oz cans of High Life for $.99 ea. (drinkem' fast)

for real hard times...Bush light, Keystone light, Milwalkees Best, PBR,... I could get those for $10.ish per 30 pk. (.30 per can :thumbup: )
These $.30 cans were real fast...(in one end and out the other :roll: )

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Re: How can this be burgers and beers without a beer thread?

Postby Purple and Gold » Tue Apr 07, 2015

I always loved those " lil Millers" in the small bottle, i dont see them much anymore.
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Re: How can this be burgers and beers without a beer thread?

Postby MaxGravy » Tue Apr 07, 2015

My grandfather used to say, "Pour it back in the horse."

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Postby BarsandStars » Tue Apr 07, 2015

MaxGravy wrote:My grandfather used to say, "Pour it back in the horse."

hahahah


Just that one post about all those cheap beers, gave me the sheizens!


Tried a Ghandi Bot on Easter. Everyone has been ranting and raving about how it's the best beer ever. WAY too bitter for my taste....too much hops.
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Re: How can this be burgers and beers without a beer thread?

Postby dbm300 » Tue Apr 07, 2015

MaxGravy wrote:My grandfather used to say, "Pour it back in the horse."


My Uncle says you just rent beer . . . .
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Re: How can this be burgers and beers without a beer thread?

Postby agnostic » Tue Apr 07, 2015

Sierra Nevada Bigfoot Ale.....
Cures what Ales ya :D

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Re: How can this be burgers and beers without a beer thread?

Postby Leprechaun gold » Tue Apr 07, 2015

Guinness have just brought out a new larger,(a first for Guinness ) called hop house 13 , double hopped ect ect ect , don't know how good yet but the advertising campaign has been very subtle , has me interested :thumbup:
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Postby MaxGravy » Tue Apr 07, 2015

Leprechaun gold wrote:Guinness have just brought out a new larger,(a first for Guinness ) called hop house 13 , double hopped ect ect ect , don't know how good yet but the advertising campaign has been very subtle , has me interested :thumbup:


I've never understood the appeal of Guinness. Guess my tastebuds just aren't that refined. It tastes like burnt motor oil to me.

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Postby grantwoodisgold » Tue Apr 07, 2015

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"SAUSAGE FLAVORED MEAT PELLETS, GRADE D BUT EDIBLE"
"Better 1 or 2 years early than 1 day late"

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Postby lookinfordeals » Tue Apr 07, 2015

check out the gawker story on the food babe. Other than looking good, she does not seem to have the facts. I do the same with a beautiful woman. :o :o :o :o

http://gawker.com/the-food-babe-blogger ... 1694902226

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Postby 93 OCTANE » Tue Apr 07, 2015

Purple and Gold wrote:I always loved those " lil Millers" in the small bottle, i dont see them much anymore.


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Re: How can this be burgers and beers without a beer thread?

Postby Purple and Gold » Tue Apr 07, 2015

93 OCTANE wrote:
Purple and Gold wrote:I always loved those " lil Millers" in the small bottle, i dont see them much anymore.


We call em "ponies"---dont f with a man who drinks ponies


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Postby Silver Handle » Tue Apr 07, 2015

Warsteiner. Best selling german beer in the world. Thier motto says it all. "Life's too short to drink cheap beer"
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Re: How can this be burgers and beers without a beer thread?

Postby Double3 » Tue Apr 07, 2015

Give me a Busch Light.

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Postby xippi » Tue Apr 07, 2015

These guys make great beer, no preservatives,
been loving the Draymans Porter in a Growler(64oz).(honey I'm just going to have one beer 8-)

http://www.berkshirebrewingcompany.com/

nice i get to link a Zerohedge story :thumbup:
Most Popular beer in every by Nation in the World

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Re: How can this be burgers and beers without a beer thread?

Postby deenz » Tue Apr 07, 2015

For easy to find beers, I like Yeungling, Stella Artois, Heineken, and then Bud Light in that order.
For local (Raleigh area), Red Oak is my current favorite.
Thanks to this thread, I am having a beer tonight (also, Lent is over!). I still need to make my "beer donation"- the money I would have spent on beer- to a charity- I'm thinking my local food bank.
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Re: How can this be burgers and beers without a beer thread?

Postby MaxGravy » Tue Apr 07, 2015

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MaxGravy wrote:
Leprechaun gold wrote:Guinness have just brought out a new larger,(a first for Guinness ) called hop house 13 , double hopped ect ect ect , don't know how good yet but the advertising campaign has been very subtle , has me interested :thumbup:


I've never understood the appeal of Guinness. Guess my tastebuds just aren't that refined. It tastes like burnt motor oil to me.


Guinness in the US might be different from the authentic stuff LG drinks.

Regarding tastes in beer, most Americans seem to like large quantities of the cheap, mass-produced stuff that's the equivalent to Kraft cheese slices.

The stuff I drink is more like extra-sharp cheddar.


I've had a few pints in Europe but not in the UK. I remember it tasting a little better but I just can't get past that burnt taste.

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Re: How can this be burgers and beers without a beer thread?

Postby BarsandStars » Tue Apr 07, 2015

agnostic wrote:Sierra Nevada Bigfoot Ale.....
Cures what Ales ya :D


Hey that's technically barley wine. I remember buying a sixer of that stuff back in high school in the 90's. 10.6% alcohol put me on my butt! That's why I know it's barley wine b/c I remember thinking "my god, that beer really messed me up" , then having someone correct me :clap:


When I lived in Flagstaff, AZ we used to get this awesome beer from CO called Fat Tire. Anyone on here every drink that?
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