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Old 12-06-2011, 09:02 PM   #1341
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Budweiser - hands down. The King of Bad Beers.
Wow, you need to try more beer... Bud is definitely not desirable, but its far from the worst beer I've had. Try a Steel Reserve. You'll be praying for Budweiser after that.
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Old 12-06-2011, 09:18 PM   #1342
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I'd drink Budweisers all day instead of Bud Lite.

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Old 12-06-2011, 09:21 PM   #1343
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I'd drink either before I touch another Steel Reserve. As has been said many times in this thread, no flavor is better than bad flavor.

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Old 12-06-2011, 09:22 PM   #1344
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Oh! Oh! How about St. Ides?!

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Old 12-06-2011, 09:45 PM   #1345
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I'd drink either before I touch another Steel Reserve. As has been said many times in this thread, no flavor is better than bad flavor.
Ah but 1 steel reserve will get me to a happy place by the end of it whereas I need to drink near a 6 pack of budweiser to have the same effect. And unless its a really hot day out, I'm dreading those 3-6 beers.
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Old 12-06-2011, 10:07 PM   #1346
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Steel Reserve takes me to the same place Jagermeister does. And it's not a happy place.

That being said, you can just go with hard liquor if that's what your looking for. Or if you're looking for cheap, mouthwash. Either way, tastes better than Steel Reserve.

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There is no Jager or "Steely" in my happy place either.

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Did you describe Gary, Indiana as a beautiful little city? Haven't lived in northern Indiana for several years but as I recall it isn't exactly the gem of the Midwest.

I will agree however that Stroh's is the worst commercial beer I've ever had. Disgusting.

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Old 12-06-2011, 11:43 PM   #1349
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Ah but 1 steel reserve will get me to a happy place by the end of it whereas I need to drink near a 6 pack of budweiser to have the same effect. And unless its a really hot day out, I'm dreading those 3-6 beers.
I'd rather reach a state of inebriation via a sledgehammer than drink anything commonly sold as a "forty". Additionally you did state a good time to drink Bud, a hot day if the beer is icy cold (and you don't have any lager homebrew.)

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About 3 weeks ago Kroger had 18-packs of PBR on sale for $9.99. I bought one pack of bottles and one of cans (they only had one pack of bottles left). I had three bottles one evening, it didn't go down very well, and I felt terrible the next day. I took the beer back to the store for a refund, which I don't recommend, apparently I got lucky and actually got my money back.

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