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    Default Favorite beers and why

    Mines Dark Lager or Wheat Beer, I love the flavor of it. What about you guys?

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    Weisen, Witbier, and Wee Heavy.

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    The respectable beer I like is Fosters right now. Otherwise, I drink a fair amount of ghetto rot gut ( I'm trying to cut back).

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    I used to be huge into drinking like literally everything I could get my mits on when I lived in South Dakota, only because that and work was the only thing to do there and then I finally quit but lately I have been hankering for a drink.

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    Taiwan Beer Gold Medal is very delicious with a refreshing aftertaste and best complements Chinese food and Japanese food.

    Cerveza Negra has a bubbly flavor with a slightly bitter aftertaste and is best paired with fried chicken or bratwurst.

    San Miguel Pale Pilsen is a little bitter but tastes good and best paired with deep-fried pork knuckles.

    Tsingtao Beer is quite tasty and complements seafood.

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    Heavy on malt, easy on hops, full body, robust flavor, strong ABV. Favorite lager: Ayinger Celebrator doppelbock (import). Favorite ale: Founder's Breakfast Stout (domestic).

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    Porter or stout. I figure if you can see through it, it’s not beer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dementia5 View Post
    Porter or stout. I figure if you can see through it, it’s not beer.
    Hm. I'm not so sure about that. Unless Belgian Whites are in fact darker than the norm.

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    October fest Sam Adams just love the taste. Gotta admit I drink a lot of budlight tho it's like water's cousin or something lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by seismic-2 View Post
    Heavy on malt, easy on hops, full body, robust flavor, strong ABV. Favorite lager: Ayinger Celebrator doppelbock (import). Favorite ale: Founder's Breakfast Stout (domestic).
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    Asahi Super Dry beer has a crisp dry taste with a bitter aftertaste and goes well with ramen or sushi.

    Heineken beer is not bad and goes well with hot dogs.

    smirnoff mule may not be a beer but still an alcoholic beverage. It tastes crisp and fruity almost like a lemon.

    Wheat beer goes well with German sausages or roast chicken.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ascension Jury View Post
    I used to be huge into drinking like literally everything I could get my mits on when I lived in South Dakota, only because that and work was the only thing to do there and then I finally quit but lately I have been hankering for a drink.
    I hope this isn't too sensitive, but when you quit did you get the weird BO? I used to drink heavily and when I first dried out I developed a strange body odor. Not like booze but like either weird chemicals or burnt food, like I'd smell like burnt toast and medicine.

    I've since gone back to drinking but I mostly keep it under control. But occasionally if I go on a tear, it'll come back.

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    Real Ale. I'd have a whale of a time at this bar for example:


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    This is one of my current favourites:



    Waggle Dance by Well's brewery. It's got a delightful honey based after-taste to it. Tip of the iceberg that though.

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    I really like a lot of my areas local breweries so: Bent River Uncommon Stout (it's a really smooth coffee stout) or Jingle Java (similar to Uncommon but with a hint of Mint and Nutmeg) or Green Tree Brewing Co Mango IPA (It's a traditional IPA but mango and apricot tones that don't really hit until you get the hoppiness of the aftertaste).

    My favorite "off the shelf" is Wiehenstephaner Vitus. Just a smooth, sweet single-bock. Really, really tasty which I didn't expect the first time I tried it.
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