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Old 03-10-2012, 09:08 PM   #1
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Default Do you have a guilty pleasure beer??

Fess up. Do you have a beer you like that you hope no other beer nerds see you buy??? You know, one you drink in private?

On hot Summer days here in Texas I sometimes buy a sixer of Bud in the bottles, stick em in the freezer till the necks start to freeze, and drink them during outdoor projects.

Also discovered I like George Killians Red.


Anyone else wish to unburden themselves?

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Old 03-10-2012, 09:20 PM   #2
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Mine is all of my fruit beers that I drink really cold. What I like is what I like.

My guilty commercial pleasure is Michelob Ultra Dragonfruit Peach. I swear the 4% abv is overstated by about 4% but there is something about it. I am apparently the only one in my area thar drinks it because all of the other ultras have had the new cartons for 6 months but I just saw the first new peach carton this weekend.

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Old 03-10-2012, 09:25 PM   #3
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I don't necessarily publicize my affinity for PBR, but especially for enjoying in the outdoors it can't be beat. It is best when consumed near freezing during a day of backcountry skiing...

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Everyone is always trashing BMC, but I really enjoy Busch Light on day that I am feeling real thirsty and I know a big bodied stout or IIPA just wont do it!

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If its a hot day, people are barbecuing, and someone cracks open an Old Milwaukee Light....I can't help myself. Goes great with hefty brats and potato salad.

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Old 03-10-2012, 10:01 PM   #6
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I don't necessarily publicize my affinity for PBR, but especially for enjoying in the outdoors it can't be beat. It is best when consumed near freezing during a day of backcountry skiing...
Wow! I didn't know they still made Pabst Blue Ribbon. My Grampa used to have an old Pabsts sign along with a " Crack a Jax" sign. wish I had them....

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I suppose Bud Light Lime. Great beer to drink on a hot day.

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I drink Miller Lite a good bit once it gets over 95 deg and humid as hell. Especially if I am working in the yard outside or hanging out by the pool.

It's my summer beer. Haven't had one in 6 months. But I do enjoy them ice cold on a hot summer day.

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Hard to beat an ice cold MGD on a hot day

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I guess I'm the odd one out, because I don't drink BMC at all anymore. If I want a nice refreshing, light bodied beer on a hot day I drink one of my session homebrews. I tend to like Midwests Liberty Cream for such a day. I guess if I had to pick a commercial beer that I do drink every now and then it would be Dos Equis...

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