Johnny Manf wrote:
I pretty much only drink Miller Lite and Yuengling. Yueng is my all time favorite and it gets me drunk way faster than M Lites do. I'm not a beer snob, I dont try finding all kinds of new beers and turn my nose up to people who just drink light beer. When I get home from work on a nice Friday afternoon, I like a nice cold Miller Lite. When its time to tailgate a game, or hit a party, or even go out to eat I like to get Yuengs but they make me shit the next day if I drink a lot of them.
yeah.... i'm pretty much the opposite. I wouldn't consider myself a beer snob, but I'm probably pretty close in some peoples eyes. I almost never buy "cheap" beer to get drunk anymore. I absolutely hate bud/bush. I can stand coors/miller but won't buy it. I bust my friends balls when they order light beer, but I wouldn't say I turn my nose up at them. I love to try new kinds of beer. I absolutely love microbrews.
Yuengling is definately the old standby. I love it, but it gives me serious cottonmouth when i drink a lot of it.
Smithwicks is probably my current favorite.
I also like Labatt Blue and most Molson Golden/Canadian and buy them a lot during hockey season eh.
I don't like many wheat beer's and am not a fan of blue moon.
But I do love Sam Adams seasonal's. Oktoberfest is out now which kicks ass.
Magic Hat is pretty good. The last one of theirs I tried tasted a little fuity though and I can't remember which one it was.
Abita's Turbodog is a very tasty brew.
Straub's special dark is very good as well. They are a brewery in northern Pa, but I think they have a pretty far reaching distribution.
Appalachian Brewing Company is probably the biggest microbrew around here and their Mountain Lager is great. I don't know how far it extends, but if you see it I recommend it.
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