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Old 01-12-2011, 04:00 AM   #1
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Default I like Natural Light.

Sue me. I dig it.

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Old 01-12-2011, 04:04 AM   #2
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It's ok. I still take a 12 pack of Natty Ice on early morning salt water fishing excursions.

I'm not proud, or ashamed.

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Old 01-12-2011, 04:08 AM   #3
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When it's 105F in August I have been known to get together with a friend and put away a 24 pack of High Life. What of it? It's like $3 and I don't even get buzzed.

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Old 01-12-2011, 11:39 AM   #4
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Who sells 24 packs of Miller High Life for $3???????? That is my go to lawn mower beer in the summer, when the kegs are dry.

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I think that most beers have there place and personally will drink almost any beer if the situation calls for it

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Old 01-12-2011, 12:03 PM   #6
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PBR is my domestic canned beer of choice, but can enjoy most anything if appropriate. I have had discussions w/ beer snobs and maintained that "craft beer" is not better than the canned domestics, as they are completely different beers. To me it's like saying that mangos are better than apples....it irritates me when people trash the cannned domestics as inferior, IMO they are exactly as they are supposed to be, not better or worse, but totally different beers.

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Not sure why but the beers from BMC (the standards) give me instant headaches. Anyone know what would do that?

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some say the rice does it.
give me PBR or Hamms and I'm good

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PBR is my domestic canned beer of choice, but can enjoy most anything if appropriate. I have had discussions w/ beer snobs and maintained that "craft beer" is not better than the canned domestics, as they are completely different beers. To me it's like saying that mangos are better than apples....it irritates me when people trash the cannned domestics as inferior, IMO they are exactly as they are supposed to be, not better or worse, but totally different beers.

PBR......great camping beer!!!
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Haven't had a Natty in almost a year now...Not gonna lie, I do miss it! I used to get Little Caesars $5 Ready-to-order pizza and have a few Natural Lights every Friday in College... Great times!

The similar thread below had me laughing: Someone said my pale ale tasted like Natural light.

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