Favorite beer is?

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Topic says it all... I'm personally a huge fan of a well made beer.

My favorites tend to go in cycles.. though at this moment in time if I could only have one beer... it would likely be La Fin Du Monde.... next week I would likely choose something else.

Other favorites:
Duvel
Orval
Rodenbach Grand Cru
Bell's Two Hearted Ale
Arrogant Bastard Ale
Rochefort 10
St. Bernardus ABT 12
The Sixth Glass Quadruple
Stone Ruination IPA
Rogue Shakespeare Stout
Celebrator Dopplebock
Samuel Smith's Imperial Stout
Samuel Smith's Oatmeal Stout
La Chouffe
Westvleteren 12 (wish this one wasn't next to impossible to get ahold of, have only had it twice.. but what a beer it is!)
Weihenstephaner Hefeweizen

Could go on for sometime.. but that's more than enough.

Let's hear yours!
 
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Popular subject... any Cold Beer on a hot day or after a rough day... but ... as a home brewer, I like some of my own. Darks are OK, Pale Ale's are probably my fav's. Store bought Nat brands, I grew up on Coors but migrated to Bud, but drink those 2 + Michelob... not a lite beer drinker ;)
 
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Heineken and Coors light for me.
 
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Personally, I prefer the local brewery's flavors over any nationally distributed brands. Here in Cleveland, we have quite a good brewery in "Great Lakes Brewing Co." Below is a list of personal favorites. My fridge is always stocked with at least one Great Lakes brand beer year round. Currently, I have Moondog ESB in stock.

Always Available.....

Burning River Pale Ale
Commodore Perry IPA
Eliot Ness Amber Lager
Dortmunder Gold Lager

Seasonal.....

Conway's Irish Ale
Moondog ESB
Oktoberfest
Christmas Ale
Nosferatu
 
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For my everyday cold one on a hot day at a picnic or tailgate

Leinenkugel Red.

My all time favorite, Guiness Extra Stout. That beer goes down so well on a hot day, cold day etc.

Of course it's only the chaser, after Tulamore Dew!
 
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Just tried a new one this weekend and liked it.
Shock Top, I think maybe made by Anheiser Bush.
Taste great.
 
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Shiner. :up

Mass Market, Miller High Life. I very seldom drink either, but every now and then I have a beer. :cool:
 
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i'am a hommer. being from st louis and my dad worked at AB for 30 years my fav is........right busch!! that could change though in the next several weeks.
 
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I have to put a plug in here for Dogfish Head out of Delaware. Their 60 Minute IPA, 90 Minute IPA, Raison D'Etra, Indian Brown Ale, and Pangea beers are outstanding (maybe I should just list them all)! Fav is the DFH Alehouse 75 which is a draft beer that is part 60 Minute and part 90 Minute.
 
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Yuengling Traditional Lager.

What a relief! I would've assumed you were going to say Iron City! ;) I actually had the unfortunate opportunity to try IC before and I can honestly say it was probably the worst thing ever! Even worse than any Busch or Old Milwaukee beer I ever had! :D
 
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Yuengling Lager, Newcastle Brown Ale, Guinness, Coors Light, Miller Chill, Bud Light Lime, Colt 45
 
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I have to put a plug in here for Dogfish Head out of Delaware. Their 60 Minute IPA, 90 Minute IPA, Raison D'Etra, Indian Brown Ale, and Pangea beers are outstanding (maybe I should just list them all)! Fav is the DFH Alehouse 75 which is a draft beer that is part 60 Minute and part 90 Minute.

Agreed. If you like their IPA's, try Burton Baton (an oak aged IPA). FABULOUS
 
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Mug Root Beer ;) :D
 
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Abita Amber all the way.... I could never go back to Bud, Coors, etc.
 
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