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Michael_Currie 11-15-2004 11:57 PM

What is your favorite commerical beer?
 
I really enjoy Sam Adam's Double Bock, a lot don't but I really enjoy it. They have a Triple Bock, it's great as well but a very different taste.

Estevek 12-25-2004 04:09 PM

Favorite commercial beer
 
I like Sam Adams also, lately their Winter Lager and Oktoberfest. I also like regular Coors if all else fails!

pilkinga 12-27-2004 02:16 PM

Commercial Beer: Pabst Blue Ribbon
Microbeer: Hazed & Infused (Rockies Brewing Company)

NUCC98 12-28-2004 12:36 PM

Sam Adam's Octoberfest, Magic Hat #9 (which is probably going to be my next batch), and Blue Moon.....of course, knockin' back a 40 of St. Ides every now and then is fun too.....heheheh :D

rightwingnut 12-28-2004 09:22 PM

Sam Adams is great, the Boston Lager and Winter Lager. I love Sierra Nevada Pale Ale, and Rolling Rock is a great cheap beer. Just discovered Bert Grant's brewery, and their stuff is good, too.

smorris 12-29-2004 12:59 AM

I've found I like Fosters on occasion. I indulge in a couple oil cans of it when we head to the boat on the weekends.

ebacherville 12-30-2004 02:44 AM

Sam adams octoberfest is good .. I also like some of the local bocks that are made in the same state as i live..

tipsymonkey 12-31-2004 04:48 PM

Newcastle Brown Ale. Now that's a real tasty tasty beer. I'm more into the porters and stouts though then the light ales.

2nd place has to go to Downtown Brown from the Lost Coast brewing company. They have an awesome label for thier beer and its mighty tasty

Janx 01-18-2005 01:51 AM

I can't even answer this one...too many great ones.

But Lost Coast is just down the road from me. They make great beer and they definitely have great labels.

Downtown Brown is great. A couple of their other great ones are Great White (Belgian Wit) and Indica(IPA).

They always have "seconds" at the brewery/pub, which are cases that are the first ones through the bottling line, or have crooked labels or whatever. They sell them for $20 a case. Pretty good deal for some world-class beer.

Stop through if you're ever in Eureka! :D

Janx

Dude 01-18-2005 12:11 PM

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Originally Posted by tipsymonkey
Newcastle Brown Ale. Now that's a real tasty tasty beer. I'm more into the porters and stouts though then the light ales.

2nd place has to go to Downtown Brown from the Lost Coast brewing company. They have an awesome label for thier beer and its mighty tasty

I love Newcastle. Its probably my favorite beer from the tap. But from the bottle its like a completely different beer.

My favorite is Leienkugel's Creamy Dark. Great, great beer. I found a clone recipe for it but I don't have sufficient lagering temps here in Virginia. I'll have to wait until I get a dedicated beer fridge I guess. If I could clone that I'd be one happy camper.


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