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    Beer

    I like 'em hoppy:

    Stone Ruination
    Vitory Hop Devil
    Dogfish Head 60 & 90 Minute IPAs

    I like 'em not hoppy:

    Sam Smith Taddy Porter
    Guiness Stout
    Smithwicks
    Rogue Dead Guy and Mocha Porter
    Young's Double Chocolate Stout

    etcetcetcetc.....
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    Ipswich Ale

    Actually anything from Mercury Brewing Co in Ipswich, MA is good with me. Local Beer for those North of Boston.

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    Hops is good mmmmm

    Liberty ale by anchor is fun
    Lagunitas Ipa
    Moylans IPA
    One of the best but hard to find in the central valley is racer 5
    Jamaican Red

    The best and most consistent has gotta be Sierra Nevada Pale. You cant go wrong

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    Must agree Heck - Sierra Nevada Pale Ale is tough to beat.
    But I've never turned down any free beer...

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    Guinness and...

    Quote Originally Posted by SSteel
    Another vote for Guinness.
    Blue Moon (Belgian White), Magic Hat #9, Dixie Brewery Blackened/Crimson Voodoo, Dos Equis(sp?) Amber, and pretty much anything from Sleeman's or Upper Canada.

    JMJ

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1GearBeer
    I like 'em hoppy:

    Stone Ruination
    Vitory Hop Devil
    Dogfish Head 60 & 90 Minute IPAs

    I like 'em not hoppy:

    Sam Smith Taddy Porter
    Guiness Stout
    Smithwicks
    Rogue Dead Guy and Mocha Porter
    Young's Double Chocolate Stout

    etcetcetcetc.....
    We have the same taste. If you get a chance try Bell's Two Hearted Ale and Three Floyds Alpha King. These are my favorites.

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    Long Trail...

    I am not usually a fan of fruit beers but Long Trail Blackberry Wheat is the sh!t. It goes down so smoooth. Too bad it is only seasonal. Brewed near Killington, VT I can get it locally in the boston area.

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    All good choices

    my favorite...
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    dixie blackened is definitely special!
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    and a great cup it is....

    Quote Originally Posted by scottms33
    if i could pick one cup to drink fat tire out of it would be this one, its kinda big but last time i touched it i got a stiffy
    Hopefully I touched it after you and your stiffy.

    currently digging Rogue Dead Guy Ale

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    Quote Originally Posted by TrevorInSoCal
    Wish I could find the link, but I read an article recently which was describing the alcohol/carb content of Guinness and suprisingly enough it's on par with that of many common *light* beers. Who knew?
    The Irish have known for a long time that...



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    Favourite Beer

    Mill St. Brewery's Coffee Porter. From the Distillery District here in Toronto. V. Nice.

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    Dominion Ale -
    I can't help but like it - they co-sponsor my local race team and the brewery is an easy 4 miles down the bike trail from my house!

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    Rogue - "Hazelnut Nectar" is currently at the top of my list

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    guinness - murphy's - beamish - sierra nevada pale ale - newcastle - boddingtons

    cant really choose which one, kinda like trying to pick your favorite bike...

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    Belgian beers

    I have a bottle of Belgian Trippel (Huyghe Delerium Tremens) in the fridge waiting for me to get home from work. Anyone had that? And what about Ommegang (from NY State), they make Belgian styles too, right?
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    Cold!!!!!!

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    since nobody has posted it... Red Tail Ale

    man, I miss the days when they sold 'em it in 750ml bottles and 3 for $5 at the local grocery in Santa Cruz...

    There's lots of excellent beers posted here!

    Gotta also throw in Abita TurboDog and Abita Amber, since these are among the best Louisiana micro brews.
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    Quote Originally Posted by logbiter
    man, I miss the days when they sold 'em it in 750ml bottles and 3 for $5 at the local grocery in Santa Cruz...
    When was this? I'd get sixers of Red Tail in SC, but never 750 ml! What's that other beer by Mendocino that is really strong, Eye of the Hawk?

    I also like Newcastle draft, Heineken keg cans, Sam Adams Light, and the "Big Rock" at Our House in Allston, MA.
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    Still my favorite...

    Quote Originally Posted by DMFT
    Must agree Heck - Sierra Nevada Pale Ale is tough to beat.
    But I've never turned down any free beer...

    SN Pale Ale...

    1G1G, Brad

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    okay, i couldn't resist any longer...

    Quote Originally Posted by scottms33
    hey all, just wondering what kind of beer fellow ss riders like, this pic of me ( on the right ) sipping a Fat Tire ( http://www.newbelgium.com/frames.html ) is at my favorite bar in downtown lincoln nebraska, the n-zone ( www.the-n-zone.com )... you will see my bike chained up there several days a week.

    scott showen

    HOMEBREW! the satisfaction of drinking beer you brewed is akin to the satisfaction of riding i bike that you built up yourself. or even fabricated (frame) yourself. you now exactly what it took to get to the end result. satisfaction guaranteed.
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    Mountain Sun

    When in the Boulder area, it is a moral imperative for me to stop by the Mountain Sun (or the Southern Sun) to have their Java Porter! And, when lucky, it is on Nitro.

    The best beer that I have ever tried (over and over and over...)


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    Weihenstephaner

    Good german stuff.
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    My favorite is usually whatever someone else is buying for me...

    But, when I have to buy myself, I prefer Red Stripe.

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    Bell's Cherry Stout

    It's my new favorite. Made with Michigan Tart Cherries.
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