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Old 01-06-2013, 10:51 PM   #11
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Old 01-06-2013, 10:51 PM   #12
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There are a lot of beers I find "lacking", even among craft brewers. I'm not going to not buy a beer because of who does or doesn't own the brewery.

Besides, I have to buy something to boil the brats in.


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I wish I lived in the area of Yuengling but sadly it is hard to find in the midwest.

I will on occasion drink Coors. IMO I think it is the best of the Big Beer Companies. I agree on the +95 and fishing. Homebrew just doesn't fit in that situation but I have found a substitute over BMC...and that it Moosehead Lager. It is a bit skunky but it's a solid beer albeit from Canada, its pretty good.
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Old 01-06-2013, 10:52 PM   #14
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So mauve is not your favorite color. What's the point of coming into this forum and bashing it.
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Old 01-06-2013, 10:54 PM   #15
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You are a hater.

Yeungling brewed a porter when no one anywhere, including the UK, cared about porters. They deserve their success.
I personally think their porter is aweful. And I like porters. Yeungling used to be my "go to" brew. I loved the lager and the bock. But I would hardly consider them not mass-market.
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Natty boh at an Os game, pbr or bud light like when it is a thousand degrees out and you just cut the grass. Miller light when at my neighbors house. Killians at some point in the fall. Guinness whenever I see it poured properly. Heck, I've even tried some sort of Budweiser red ale that was pretty decent. All that said, these are probably my 20% but they have a role.
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A proper pint of Guinness is a thing of pure beauty. I didn't read the rest of this thread, I couldn't get past this point.
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There are a lot of beers I find "lacking", even among craft brewers. I'm not going to not buy a beer because of who does or doesn't own the brewery.

Besides, I have to buy something to boil the brats in.
I agree with that statement too. Plenty of terrible craft beer in the world. I only buy singles or big bottles these days anyway. Unless I am at dinner with the SWMBO, even then I can usually get something local.
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Sorry, I'll butt out of this thread with this: I don't understand why anyone starts a thread about beers they don't like.

I have beers I don't like, and everyone else does too. Of course it comes down to personal preference.
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A proper pint of Guinness is a thing of pure beauty. I didn't read the rest of this thread, I couldn't get past this point.
I like my house stout, bold city 1901, and intuition king street stout better than Guinness...


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