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View Poll Results: Beer Preference Import or Domestic?

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  • Import

    15 33.33%
  • Domestic

    7 15.56%
  • American Microbrews

    23 51.11%
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    Quote Originally Posted by rmit View Post
    keystone light!
    my name is keith stone.

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    I have been drinking a beer called Palm. Its a belgian Amber. Just dark enough, but tastes smooth and light. It is seriously one of the best Ive ever had. Ive been hooked on it since I went to a chargers charity event this summer and they were serving it. I brought it into my restaurant now and we have it on tap... Its money....

    But, yuengling is still my favorite. UNAVAILABLE on the west coast... BOOO!!

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    Corona with a lime.....stuff is like summer in a bottle!! I do like a yuengling lager when the weather gets colder though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rmit View Post
    keystone light!
    +1!!!!!!!!

  5. #15
    Hard to beat Bavarian brews in-country.

    Too many good craft brews in USA to mention. Lately, two of my favorites have been the New Belgium Brewing Company's 1554 Enlightened Black Ale and Ommegang's Abbey Ale.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zach619 View Post
    I have been drinking a beer called Palm. Its a belgian Amber. Just dark enough, but tastes smooth and light. It is seriously one of the best Ive ever had. Ive been hooked on it since I went to a chargers charity event this summer and they were serving it. I brought it into my restaurant now and we have it on tap... Its money....

    But, yuengling is still my favorite. UNAVAILABLE on the west coast... BOOO!!
    palm is here on the east coast, good stuff, havent seen it on draft yet though. Remids me of a boddington ale. Leinenkugel is good stuff too, heifen wiesen, i really liked blue moon at one point but eh,,,but above anything else the most important factor to me is that the beer hasT to be cold. 33* m*therf*uca!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DaMook View Post
    palm is here on the east coast, good stuff, havent seen it on draft yet though. Remids me of a boddington ale. Leinenkugel is good stuff too, heifen wiesen, i really liked blue moon at one point but eh,,,but above anything else the most important factor to me is that the beer hasT to be cold. 33* m*therf*uca!!!!
    Leinenkugel is AWESOME! I got a free case of it last year from a vendor and we handed them out at our golf tourny... They were w big hit. Easy to drink and has more flavor than a moon or a traditional heff... Great stuff. Only had it in the bottle..

    P.S. I think Palm in the bottle is SLIGHTLY better. Something about the freshness in those bottles. If you pop the bottle cold, you can't help but drink the entire thing in like 2 minutes. I usually drink beer slow, but that stuff goes down like honey water... A little different on draft. Still great though.

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    samuel smith's,bass,newcastle,bodington's,beamish,tetley' s,paulaner,bitburger,stella artois,anchor,sierra nevada,dale's,brooklyn,flying fish.

    when i was a kid,foster's was really from australia and was the best,now it's canadian puke...same thing they did to harp...

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    And still, no one has thrown natty-boh out there. Man, they at elast get a runner up.

  10. #20
    Quote Originally Posted by DaMook View Post
    but above anything else the most important factor to me is that the beer hasT to be cold. 33* m*therf*uca!!!!

    I think beer is often served wayyy too cold. The optimum temperature for flavor, or so I've read, is mid-low 40's.

    That being said, on a hot summer day i like my beer cold too.