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Old 07-30-2009, 09:06 PM   #1
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Default So if you were going to have a beer at the White House what would it be?

This article pointed out the beer choices for the Beer Summit we've got going down this evening at the White House. If you had to pick a commercial brew to have at the White House what would you drink?

I'd personally go with Abita Amber because it's from Louisiana and the most popular in their line. If you'd asked me before I read the article I would've probably gone with something European to be honest.
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Old 07-30-2009, 09:20 PM   #2
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Well, Obama doesn't drink fancy beer, so I'd take Golden Valley's Geistbock. Or maybe Calapoolia's SomethingLite.

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Old 07-30-2009, 09:31 PM   #3
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I'd throw back a Stroh's.

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I would have one ofthe following:

Lakefront Bridgeburner, Riverwest Stein, White, or Eastside Dark

New Glarus anything Unplugged or cracked wheat (they have a lot of good beers any of them would do).

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Arrognat Bastard

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I'd be on the porch with Barry sucking down 40's of Olde English 800.

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I'd probably throw back an Arrogant Bastard or an Anchor Steam.

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Polygamy Porter

Just for the hell of it
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I'd be on the porch with Barry sucking down 40's of Olde English 800.

For sure. I'll have two if it comes like that.
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How about Ale to the Chief by Avery? Prolly a couple of bottles left somewhere.

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