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Old 10-16-2012, 03:30 PM   #151
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I recently asked the barely legal waitress at a local watering hole what wheat beers they had on tap. She said she didn't really know but would ask the bartender. She returned about 5 minutes later with the reply that "all beers are wheat beers because that's the main ingredient".
See, I would have ordered an ale and then returned it after drinking half and saying... "This beer doesn't have any wheat in it. It's all Barley." Then order another... "This beer doesn't have any wheat in it either." After the third, I'd say... "Where are your all-wheat beers again?"

I went in to my LHBS a few months ago and Stan the main sales guy was shaking his head. A couple guys came in and wanted to buy equipment and supplies to make Bud Light. Stan told them... "It would be cheaper to buy it." They persisted and he finally said "I don't even know how to brew something as bad as Bud Light." I joked he should sell them a single light LME can and a pound of rice flakes, have them make a 5 gallon batch and then add an extra gallon of water after it finished fermenting.
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Old 10-16-2012, 06:57 PM   #152
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I offered a buddy a pint off my Yuenglin pitcher while we were watching football last Sunday, and he responded "I don't like dark beer."

I had a glass of Yuenglin in a burger place in Ashvill N.C. It was so bad I couldn't finish it. Maybe I just don't like lagers that ain't very dark and have some flavor to them.
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Old 10-16-2012, 07:05 PM   #153
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Yuengling Lager is definitely my session beer. Even though I'm definitely a beer snob, I still probably drink more Yuengling Lager than any other single beer. It's the best low-cost beer for my $$$.

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Old 10-17-2012, 12:07 AM   #154
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I'm not sure I've ever heard of someone that hated Yuengling, that had drank it fresh and under good conditions. Invariably they seem to be at the edges of Yuengling's distribution, old bottles (I really wish they'd stop using green glass for the Traditional Lager, light exposure is a serious problem), or from dirty lines.

I wouldn't claim that it's the absolute best beer ever made, but it's a damned fine brew, and cheap to boot. It's what I typically reach for if I'm not drinking my own beer.

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Old 10-17-2012, 02:23 AM   #155
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How bout this one?? "beer?? All beer tastes the same, nasty!" Thats what some of my family said until they tried REAL beer!

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Old 10-17-2012, 02:58 AM   #156
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I had a glass of Yuenglin in a burger place in Ashvill N.C. It was so bad I couldn't finish it. Maybe I just don't like lagers that ain't very dark and have some flavor to them.
No, keep your mind open about the style of beer. This particular brand is not worth buying.
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no, keep your mind open about the style of beer. This particular brand is not worth buying.
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I just don't like when people say "dark beers". that's my biggest pet peeve.

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Old 10-17-2012, 03:35 AM   #159
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I just don't like when people say "dark beers". that's my biggest pet peeve.
I see your shwartzbier is as big as mine.
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Had a friend ( dedicated miller lite drinker ) say my Two Hearted clone tasted too " Beery "
I just shook my head and took it from him

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