Discussion in 'Good Eats' started by Ectopic Tiger, Apr 3, 2004.
Sharp's & O'Doul's
those are good choices. turbo dog was the first beer i really liked when i first started drinking as a teenager.
one time i homebrewed a clone of newcastle brown ale, because newcastle is great. my clone was incredible.
i like mexican beers when it is hot. i like tecate and dos equis. not crazy tasty, but good when you are thirsty.
i used to really be into the murphy;s irish stout. it was good but mostly i have alot of fun with the contraptions inside the can.
it seems like when i talk to beer aficionados they always love anchor steam, and it seems pretty good to me.
i guess the best beers i ever tasted were the super fresh ones i had at the abita factory, which i strongly recommend everyone visits.
I once heard a comedian say: "Why would anyone drink non-alcoholic beer? Do they like the gut?
Anyway, I had a couple of Anchor Steam drafts in Chicago last week that were pretty good.
hmmm...I posted a few Canadien beers, but no one else seemd to like the nectar of our neighbors to the north?
I really think Canada makes great beers. They have good flavor.
As for the Mic Ultra, it is a cheap beer at bars, which in turn makes it good IMO.
I had a Laughing Skull beer once (ATlanta microbrew I believe), and it was really good as well.
1) Fat Tire
3) Abita Winter Ale( or christmas ale ,whatever its called)
I am sure you guys know about : Beeradvocate.com
If you don't, check it out.
For those Dallas Residents, go to Central Market if you haven't been. I am sure you have all been, but for those of you who haven't...go check out the most amazing beer collection that I have seen in a while.....
You can't get it anywhere here that I know of but if you can find it, try some Kokanee Glacier from Canada. Smooth and the colder the better. But for me that goes for all beer!
Michelob and Mich Ultra
Bud and Bud Lite
Let's fire up the grill and breakout the cooler!
Our Tiger Stadium mixtures. No designer beers here
Kokanee is great MiketheTiger. I was in British Columbia about a month ago and tried some.
Is there any place to buy it locally? I'd like to try it.
Only place that I can think of that might have it is The Chimes, Bengal B.