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Favorite Beer? 
Author: KOBE 2.0 
Posted: 03/05 10:00 PM 
 
Gotta go with Adams and Moles Moleqrip.


 
Author: FernieBee 
Posted: 03/06 12:08 AM 
 
Negra Modelo

and

Sol


 
Author: REPPIN 818 
Posted: 03/06 12:10 AM 
 
Coors


 
Author: frijolero01 
Posted: 03/06 12:27 AM 
 
I don't always drink beer. But when I do, I make sure it's a Dos Equis.


Stay thirsty my friends


 
Author: kobegonnaget10 
Posted: 03/06 12:29 AM 
 
bud light


 
Author: Socks 
Posted: 03/06 12:32 AM 
 
I'm not a big beer drinker, but like frijolero01 I enjoy a Dos Equis on occasion. I also dig Fat Tire or Thirsty Dog.


 
Author: ocho 
Posted: 03/06 12:42 AM 
 
pacifico with a lime or sierra nevada


 
Author: Thugnomoe 
Posted: 03/06 12:51 AM 
 
any good heff


 
Author: Socks 
Posted: 03/06 1:11 AM 
 
ocho wrote:
pacifico with a lime or sierra nevada


Ah man, can't believe I forgot that.

I just recently had an ice cold pacifico with a lime while sitting in a hot tub outside while it was snowing. Best beer I've had in a looooong time.


 
Author: Ares24 
Posted: 03/06 1:48 AM 
 
corona ftw!


 
Author: Michlake 
Posted: 03/06 2:49 AM 
 
Sam Adams
New Castle
Sierra Nevada

I always have some of those on ice.


 
Author: chef 
Posted: 03/06 3:09 AM 
 
Pacifico with the lime!

Lately been drinking Hoeegardens and Hitachino white.


 
Author: DaMuleRules 
Posted: 03/06 3:18 AM 
 
Depends on the mood and situation

Stone Brewery's Arrogant Bastard
Samuel Smith's Nut Brown Ale
New Belgium Fat Tire
Sierra Nevada Pale Ale
Newcastle Brown Ale
Guiness Stout
Negra Modelo


 
Author: mike_dee23 
Posted: 03/06 3:20 AM 
 
DaMuleRules wrote:
Depends on the mood and situation

Stone Brewery's Arrogant Bastard
Samuel Smith's Nut Brown Ale
New Belgium Fat Tire
Sierra Nevada Pale Ale
Newcastle Brown Ale
Guiness Stout
Negra Modelo



 
Author: Pajamahadeen 
Posted: 03/06 3:53 AM 
 
Bud light or Modelo.


 
Author: TACH 
Posted: 03/06 4:01 AM 
 
Corona...


 
Author: KOBE 2.0 
Posted: 03/06 4:03 AM 
 
DaMuleRules wrote:
Stone Brewery's Arrogant Bastard


Just by that name I can tell the beer is kickass how is it?


 
Author: Pajamahadeen 
Posted: 03/06 4:29 AM 
 
Why is it called "arrogant bastard"? Does it taste like empty confidence?


 
Author: Tottenham 
Posted: 03/06 5:27 AM 
 
Boddingtons
Stella Artois
Newcastle
Fullers


 
Author: ShadyG 
Posted: 03/06 8:03 PM 
 
KOBE 2.0 wrote:
DaMuleRules wrote:
Stone Brewery's Arrogant Bastard


Just by that name I can tell the beer is kickass how is it?

Put simply, it's kickass. I have an issue with Stone's advertising, that being they question your manhood if you don't like it. But it's my favorite beer among those that are available year round. In my cellar right now, I have a case of Double Bastard (wow, I must be double manly), and a new case of Old Guardian Barley Wine. Hard to find the rare stuff around here, so I stock up when they come out.

For daily consumption, I drink Stone Pale Ale. For when I'm feeling I deserve it, Arrogant Bastard. And for special occasions I'll break out the Double Bastard or Old Guardian.

My wife and I recently took a tour of the Stone brewery in Escondido. Got to sample everything, and they have a great bistro. You should check it out, but at the very least, try their brews. Best way to get into it is in this order:

Pale Ale (Levitation if you want to start lighter): Good, balanced, "normal" everyday ale. Still stronger than the big breweries put out (usually lagers), and a lot better.
IPA: Start to appreciate bitter.
Ruination: Drown in the bitter.
Arrogant Bastard: Balance bitter with malt.
Smoked Porter: Different. Good for a porter. IMO a good introduction to...
Imperial Russian Stout: Very strong, an acquired taste like AB and Ruination. Try it with cheese. Available around April.

Other special releases (once a year like the Imperial):

Double Bastard: AB re-brewed. Everything is stronger, but still in balance. Amazing. November.
Old Guardian: Heavy malt. Like how Ruination takes the hops about as far as one can go, so does this one with malt. Sweet. Up to 12% ABV and available only in 22oz bottles, so be careful. Right now, I think this is my favorite. February.
Vertical Epic: Not my favorite. I prefer the beers they brew with a simple ingredient list: barley, hops, yeast, water. This one adds spices. Great on first sip, but overwhelms me by the end. Available X/X/X, where X = the current year (this year's will be out 08/08/08).

Check out the Stone website for more info.


 
Author: Teamof2000 
Posted: 03/06 8:07 PM 
 
I'm a beer geek. Anything from Stone, Hair of the Dog, Anchor, Victory, Dogfish Head. I love IPAs. Plus, a good belgian ale never hurts.

Here's my ratebeer profile with all my ratings listed: http://www.ratebeer.com/View-User-7692-1-4.htm

You can see all my beers rated in order.


 
Author: unleasHell 
Posted: 03/06 9:15 PM 
 
Pyramid Hefenwiesen

&

Pacifico (with or without a Lime...)


 
Author: ShadyG 
Posted: 03/06 9:41 PM 
 
Teamof2000 wrote:
I'm a beer geek. Anything from Stone, Hair of the Dog, Anchor, Victory, Dogfish Head. I love IPAs. Plus, a good belgian ale never hurts.

Here's my ratebeer profile with all my ratings listed: http://www.ratebeer.com/View-User-7692-1-4.htm

You can see all my beers rated in order.

Wow, that's a lot of different beers. I saw a few AleSmiths recommended at the Stone Bistro, and have been itching to try them, but I can't find any near where I live. Any idea where I can get a distribution list?


 
Author: JD 
Posted: 03/06 10:20 PM 
 
Newcastle
Sam Adams


 
Author: methdxman 
Posted: 03/06 10:21 PM 
 
Michelada de Pacifico FTW!!

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