Originally Posted by blefferd
All of them!
Mine line of thinking is you cant be a beer snob if you don't enjoy ALL styles. I don't drink a Steel Reserve every day or hardly every but if its offered I wouldnt turn my nose up to it!
Eh. I draw the line at malt liquor. I won't besmirch light lagers, quite enjoy them form time to time. But every malt liquor I've had has been nasty tasting hangover fuel. Then again, "malt liquor" is a subjective term, and I know there's some craft versions out there, but I've never had one. Point is, Mickeys, Steel Reserve, Old English, Colt 45, all that stuff, won't touch it.
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