What beer do you drink?

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  1. konasunset

    konasunset New Member

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    I just discovered this tasty brew at Trader Joe's. It goes for about $6.50 for a sixer. At 6.4% it fades nicely [​IMG] just remember don't drink and drive. If you are riding on the trails... use your own discretion
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  2. Chavez

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    Trader Joe's beers are pretty solid efforts.

    My beer of choice is Chimay, but when buying my own, I'm a beer snob - micro/craft/imports.

    When I'm mooching, "cold" and "available" are the primary criteria. Never look a gift horse in the mouth.
     
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    well I am Irish!
     
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    limerickman Moderator

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    this stuff is lovely too
     
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    Stella Artois

    Riding drunk: fψcking stupid.
     
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    Epic and Tuatara IPAs.

    Riding drunk is okay when it's a night time MTB race.
     
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    frenchyge New Member

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    "I don't always drink beer, but when I do I prefer Dos Equis. Stay thirsty my friends."


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  8. konasunset

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    I agree that riding drunk is not a good idea... but in some forums I have read... a lot of trail riders drink beer while they ride. I am definitely not for this... but I am not sure they are really that buzzed while they ride. If they are.. they will most likely pay the price sooner or later :cool:
     
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    I went to The House of Blues two weekends ago to see a Journey tribute band ( free tickets) and paid $10.75 per each 24 oz can of Bud Light, three in total.

    Even tasted expensive there.
     
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    It's kind of creepy how the old guy is staring, slut-like, at the guy to the right of the picture. What is it, exactly, that the old guy is thirsty for?
     
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    I think he's trying to ignore the massive uni-boob the chick next to him has. Cool that she found a dress maker that could design a fitting mammary-hammock.
     
  12. swampy1970

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    I made the difficult desicion to only drink beers now when I go out... So now it's Imperal Pilsner at Sudwerk in Davis. Gorgeous stuff.

    Woodenhead Ale, from River City Brewing Company in Sacramento, is still my favorite beer and every once in a while to sample their mastery. ~7%, and slides down like a 5% beer. I prefer it to any ales I've sampled anywhere in Europe and I've sampled more than a couple of pints in England, Ireland, France, Spain, Italy and Germany... visited a few breweries too.
     
  13. jhuskey

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    I don't always drink beer, sometimes I sleep.
     
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    Not sure, but I think his ability to keep people guessing is partly what makes him The Most Interesting Man in the World.

    I have no idea whether their beer is any good, but those are my favorite beer ads by far.
     
  15. alienator

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    Step up to Hornitos advertising:

    [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EwI0iFc3PIE]YouTube - Hornitos Tequila 2010 "Cougar" Commercial[/ame]
     
  16. konasunset

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    I'd put that on par with Captain Morgan, et. al. Definitely more thoughtful than most beer ads, of which I prefer Dos Equis'.
     
  18. DocInfinity

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    I was watching the tour this year and kept seeing commercials for michelobe ultra...none the less me and my room mate got it and we love it...I'm not to big into thicker beers but i had a keg of dos equis at my grad party in may and miller light is always good...Just being a college grad i do like keystone light but i already take enough heat for that one haha
     
  19. Mojo Johnson

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    I second the Fanziskaner!

    I love a lot of different beer, mostly micro brews and imports. Magic Hat #9 is awesome!
     
  20. davereo

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    Natural Ice.:p
     
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