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Old 02-11-2006, 03:37 PM   #1
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If you couldn't drink HB what would your everyday beer be?

I know that's a bad thought.

Sierra Nevada pale ale for me.


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Old 02-11-2006, 05:03 PM   #2
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If you couldn't drink HB what would your everyday beer be?

I know that's a bad thought.

Sierra Nevada pale ale for me.
hhhmmmm.....scary thought!

probably something along the lines of Saint Arnold's Elissa IPA. local, fresher, and quite tasty!


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Old 02-11-2006, 05:12 PM   #3
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If I had to pick one beer to rule them all it would have to be Bittburger. It's just too good.
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Old 02-11-2006, 05:16 PM   #4
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If you couldn't drink HB what would your everyday beer be?

I know that's a bad thought.

Sierra Nevada pale ale for me.
Thats a scary question!

But, I couldnt be bound to only one beer. Sierra Nevada would be a brand I would choose from, as well as Bear Republic and Samuel Adams.
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Pelican's Doryman's Dark Ale. It's classified as a Brown, but it's somewhere between a brown and a porter.
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If I had to pick one beer to rule them all it would have to be Bittburger. It's just too good.
mmmm.... bitttttburgggeerrrrrrrr.....
i'd drink franzi... and since i just had my first homebrew last night, i HAVE been drinking franzi all the time. hefeweizen is just too good. its on deck for my next HB.

and if i'm on a budget (which is most of the time being a college student), it'd be PBR.
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If you couldn't drink HB what would your everyday beer be?

I know that's a bad thought.

Sierra Nevada pale ale for me.

Rogue's Dead Guy Ale for me. But it's a bit$h to get where I'm at. Have to order it a case or two at a time and it takes weeks and weeks to come in.
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for me it would have to be Fat Tire. Or maybe bridgeport IPA.
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Tough question! If i had to narrow to just one i'd say Theakston's Old Peculier
(I've avoided Old Tom at 8.5ABV - It is supposed to be an everyday drink! )


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