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Old 04-23-2009, 11:42 AM   #1
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Default What styles can you not drink?

So lately I have been trying just about every brand and style I can find locally. Most are decent, some are great, some are not for me.

What kind of beers have you found that you simply can not drink?
Like a lot of folks I do not care for BMC, but I have also found that I really do not care for the belgian witbiers I have had (blue moon, sam adams white ale...etc.) Something tells me there is a witbier out there I would enjoy, but I haven't found it yet.
What about your personal tastes?
Anything you can not bring yourself to drink?


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Old 04-23-2009, 11:53 AM   #2
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I personally will try them all. I will not pay out of my pocket for a German wheat beer but I'll try one off a keg at a party.

Not a huge fan of Barley wines.

Other than that bring them on.


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Old 04-23-2009, 11:53 AM   #3
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Of the BMC, I really can't stomach the Bud or Bud Light. Water is a better choice.

Oddly, I enjoy Killieans Red, but every time I drink it, I get a horrible headache within the hour.
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I do not like any kind of bud. I also can't do wheat beers.
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Old 04-23-2009, 12:40 PM   #5
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I dislike wheat beers and fruit beers. I like a stout now and then, but not too many in a row. I don't like sour beers. That's about it, I think!
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I do not pay for BMC but will drink them if they are the only thing and they are free.

I am and equal and free beer lovin kinda guy
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never have cared for most wheat beers. thats really about it
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Barely Wine
Lambics
Wit beers
German Hefeweizens
Anything Sour or super yeasty


That leaves me with a bunch of delicious Ales to choose from. I love Stouts, Porters, IPAs, APAs, American Wheat, etc
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Things with too high a percentage of wheat cause some sort of sourness/nausea in the back of my throat. I don't mind a small amount in the grainbill, like in some belgian tripels, but if there is too much then it's over for me..

So now Hefes or other wheats...
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Haven't run across anything I can't drink, but things I wouldn't pay for: sours, big Belgians, any fruit beer except blueberry wheats and raspberry stouts, abbey ales. Other than RIS, I'm not a fan of big beers.


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