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Old 07-11-2013, 08:09 PM   #1
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Ive got a guys weekend coming up and need to snag a few cases of beer. Everybody there is hip to craft beers and we all generally prefer big IPAs but this will be more of a drink all day type of weekend. Its going to be wicked hot and quite humid so something that will go down fast and easy is in order but Id still like to enjoy some flavor along the way. Suggestions?

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Allagash White
Bell's Two-Hearted

are a couple that come to mind.

...and maybe an IPL (India Pale Lager) of medium strength.

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Old 07-11-2013, 08:17 PM   #3
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Gennie cream ale.....as a new-yorker I'm surprised you even asked this question.

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Gennie cream ale.....as a new-yorker I'm surprised you even asked this question.
As a guy who lived in Rochester for 8 years, I agree. Genessee Red is also pretty good.

Yeungling would work, or Narragansett, or PBR, or High Life.

If I'm drinking all day (camping etc.) I usually go for something cheap and tasty that gets the job done, and all of the above qualify.
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I may have gone too "crafty" with my suggestions

Yeungling would definitely work, and I've only ever heard good things about Gennessee (never had it myself).

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Founder's All Day IPA. I think it's only 4.something% and fairly hoppy. Good ol' Sierra Nevada Pale Ale is a good one too.

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Founder's All Day IPA. I think it's only 4.something% and fairly hoppy. Good ol' Sierra Nevada Pale Ale is a good one too.
Sierra Nevada Pale Ale in a can. The can is nice because you can take it to the beach or on the boat, easy in coolers, and when drinking all day sometimes staying away from glass isn't a bad thing... at least with my buddies.
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Sierra Nevada Pale Ale in a can. The can is nice because you can take it to the beach or on the boat, easy in coolers, and when drinking all day sometimes staying away from glass isn't a bad thing... at least with my buddies.
And I just now looked up the Founder's (it's 4.7%) and it says on the website that they will be in cans this summer. I haven't seen them yet but they are probably out there.
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my camping beer (in cans)

SN Pale
Yuengling
21st Amendment Bitter American
Dale's Pale

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3 words:

Mickey's Big Mouth

then over to Nick Tahou's for the garbage plate!

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