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    New question here. is beer off topic?

    blah blah blah,
    waht's the current beer?
    favroite style?
    best bra??
    Beer after/before?
    Does it matter?
    I'll have a beer after my mtb ride. there, now its not off topic.

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    Ale...

    Quote Originally Posted by noslogan
    blah blah blah,
    waht's the current beer?
    favroite style?
    best bra??
    Beer after/before?
    Does it matter?
    I'll have a beer after my mtb ride. there, now its not off topic.
    "Robert the Bruce Scottish style Ale"...by the Three Floyds Brewing Co.
    MMMMMMMMMalty

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    Bass ale

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    I would have to go Fat Tire or Bell's Best Brown Ale, maybe Bell's Oatmeal Stout. I had a Sam Adams Cherry Wheat the other night that I enjoyed too.
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    Beer is never off topic!!! Bell's Oberon in the summer, and in the winter Bell's Two-hearted or Porter go down all smooth-like. Plus Bell's sponsors a sweet mountain biking team that I am a friend of, so I gotta support my bro's.


    Seely, are you in Michigan? I don't think Bell's is sold outside of the state, or at least very far outside of Michigan.

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    [QUOTE=Polk]Beer is never off topic!!! QUOTE]


    That is absolutely correct! I don't have a consistent fave, just so long as it ain't mass-produced p*ss-water like Bud or Corona (Corona: Worst Beer Ever. EVER!!!!!).

    Cold weather, I gravitate towards brown ales, porters and stouts. In the Summer, I like a nice hefeweizen or pale ale.
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    Cool-blue Rhythm Wisconsin Micro's

    You guys should live in Wisconsin! Ever have an New Glarus, Capital, Lake Louie, Central Waters, Lakefront, Sprecher, Etc? And yes we have Bell's here. Anyone want to trade some "in state only" beers?

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    ... and if we just ... MTB and Beer have a symbiotic relationship for me.

    Nothing can finish off a good ride like a nice brew.

    Currently my favorites are Victory's Hop Devil and DogFishHead's 90 Minute Imperial IPA.

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    Homebrew of course!!! I've got a nice Bock that's just about ready to enjoy.

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    When I can justify it - Boddingtons or Caffrey's Draught. Otherwise Sam Adams, Heineken, Dos Equis, Sierra Nevada.

    On the rare occasions that I'm out of the above I have been known to drink the wife's piss-water brew aka Bud Light (has to be almost ice to taste even remotely palatable)

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    In Wisconsin? please!

    Quote Originally Posted by funkenstein
    You guys should live in Wisconsin! Ever have an New Glarus, Capital, Lake Louie, Central Waters, Lakefront, Sprecher, Etc? And yes we have Bell's here. Anyone want to trade some "in state only" beers?
    I lived in WI when those breweries began, and thought they were awesome! Then I moved to a real microbrew state-Oregon. New Glarus and Sprecher make some good brews, but Capital is terrible and Lakefront is mediocre at best. I have never tried the Lake Louie-where are they located?
    Plan a vacation to OR some time and sample some of these: Rogue, Deschutes, Portland Brewing, Full Sail-plus any number of sub/sandwich shops (Lucky Lab for example) that brew their own brew right in-house.
    Side note: Portland has the second most micros for any city, next to a city in Germany.
    D@mn....now I'm thirsty and it's only 10am. There must be a Bucks game on tonight I can watch with a few brews!

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    mmmm.... Full Sail

    It wouldn't be a trip to Hood River without stopping at the Full Sail Brewery.....
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    dogs + beer

    Quote Originally Posted by free-agent
    ...Plan a vacation to OR some time and sample some of these: Rogue, Deschutes, Portland Brewing, Full Sail-plus any number of sub/sandwich shops (Lucky Lab for example) that brew their own brew right in-house.
    Side note: Portland has the second most micros for any city, next to a city in Germany...
    Lucky Labrador... great, great place.

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    so many beers, so little liver left

    My actual favorite is brewed at a local place that doesn't bottle, but for buy-in-a-bottle beer here is my list in no specific order:

    Full Sail (Ale, Switchback, Wassail)
    Rogue (Brutal Bitter, I[squared]PA, YSB, St Rogue Red)
    Pyramid (Broken Rake, loved Snow Cap... but then they changed it)
    Mac and Jack's (African Amber)
    Nelson (Old Brewery Ale)
    Old Yale (Sargeant's IPA)

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    I enjoy Bass or NewCastle.

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    Newcastle, Brooklyn brown ale, Sierra Nevada porter.
    also highly recommend Sam Smith's oatmeal stout poured over a couple scoops of vanilla ice cream.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ricko
    "Robert the Bruce Scottish style Ale"...by the Three Floyds Brewing Co.
    MMMMMMMMMalty
    I've never met a scottish ale I didn't love. My favorite is Belhaven. I've never tried Robert the Bruce, but I did order one of their T-shirts for a friend who claims to be a decendant of the Bruce.

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    Only if you're referring to that nasty **** called Michelob Ultra.

    Unfortunately, it's off topic for me for 3 more weeks.

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    Daily Drinking Beers:
    Newcastle
    Belhaven
    Sierra Nevada
    Roque Dead Guy Ale
    Magic Hat #9
    Sam Adams
    Harpoon IPA
    Ipswitch Ale
    Guiness Stout
    Boddington's
    Stone Arrogant *******

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    Samuel Smith Stout
    Any other type of Samuel Smith
    Old Peculiar
    Speckled Hen

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    come on your sissies!

    drinking anything other that COORS ORIGINAL is a sin!!!

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    Fat Tire brewed by New Belgium Brewery in Ft.Collins,CO. Unfortunately I can't get it in Vermont.
    Sierra Nevade Pale Ale is #2.
    “Life is like riding a bicycle. To keep your balance, you must keep moving.”

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    Natty?

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    pike street brewery's 'kilt lifter', and 'old crustation' barley wine

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    Anything by Victory Brewing...

    Quote Originally Posted by noslogan
    blah blah blah,
    waht's the current beer?
    favroite style?
    best bra??
    Beer after/before?
    Does it matter?
    I'll have a beer after my mtb ride. there, now its not off topic.
    Anything by Victory Brewing (local to me): http://www.victorybeer.com/
    Rogue Buckwheat Ale
    Newcastle Brown Ale
    Guinness Draught (prefer the bottles over the cans)
    Boddington's Pub Ale
    Dogfish Head Pumpkin Ale
    Sam Adams Cherry Wheat
    Bass Ale
    Yeungling Lager (from America's oldest brewery here in PA, this is my "slumming" beer of choice when I don't have a lot of money to spend on a case)
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    ... and if we just ...

    Harp is my personal favorite followed by the seasonal Gordon Biersch Maibock, Bass Ale and finally Fosters.
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