Favorite Beer ?
#61
The Blue Moon Winter Wheat is different, a little sharp, but I like it.
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#62
Time is money. I don't like beer.
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#63
Carlton Dry, It's an Australian beer Smile
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(12-06-2018, 07:36 AM)josh987654321 Wrote: Carlton Dry, It's an Australian beer Smile

Question: is it true that Foster's is considered the equivalent of fermented horse whizz Down Under?  I've always heard that in the States, but never had a chance to ask someone.
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(12-07-2018, 03:31 PM)Jeeter Wrote: Question: is it true that Foster's is considered the equivalent of fermented horse whizz Down Under?  I've always heard that in the States, but never had a chance to ask someone.

lol I've never tried Foster's. XXXX Gold and Tooheys New are sometimes good, I like Tooheys Extra Dry too. Had a Hahn Super Dry on tap recently that was really good. It depends a lot on where you buy as to what the beers are like on tap. In a bottle though Carlton Dry and Tooheys Extra Dry are probably my favorites.
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(12-12-2018, 07:43 PM)josh987654321 Wrote: lol I've never tried Foster's. XXXX Gold and Tooheys New are sometimes good, I like Tooheys Extra Dry too. Had a Hahn Super Dry on tap recently that was really good. It depends a lot on where you buy as to what the beers are like on tap. In a bottle though Carlton Dry and Tooheys Extra Dry are probably my favorites.

I'll have to look for those. Sadly, the only place that may sell them is about 45 minutes away.

Devil's Backbone Danzig Baltic Porter is a good one. Pretty thick, with a tiny hint of chocolate or coffee, which I normally don't like, but enjoyed this time. Went well with venison mushroom chili.
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#67
Has anyone tried Praga Dark Lager from České Budějovice in the Czech Republic? I really like it. I've only had it in the bottle, because every time the pub gets a keg in, it's gone before I get there. I figure the Czechs drink more beer per capita than any other country in the world, so they must know their beer! Big Grin
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