What is your favorite commercial beer??

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Personally, I think my favorite is new castle. I know its a tough call, but i was just curious what everyone else likes.
 

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Wow, tough question! At the moment, I'd have to answer Fuller's London Pride. Draught. In London.

I think a close second would be Dogfish Head 60 Minute IPA.

Of course, then there's... awww hell... don't get me started!

-Steve
 

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Probably Franziskaner of the beers that are most readily available (and it comes in 12 packs). Of the Belgian ales I've tried, I like the Westmalle dubbel... although Orval is hard to beat for taste imo.
 

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Id have to say right now for me its Berkshire Brewing Co's Lost Sailor Pale Ale...Stinks that I can only get it when I go back to Mass to see family...Uggg...lol
 

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There are so many! There are the special occasion beers, the beers you get only on tap at a microbrewery, sipping beers, everyday beers, etc. so I can't answer that question as to one favorite.

I can say that my everyday go-to session beer is Bell's Two-Hearted. It's always perfect for me, whether at home or out fishing.
 

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Do people not understand that there's a "Commercial Beer Discussion" forum on this site?
Nice attitude, bro.

I'm with Zen...SN Celebs, SNPA, and the new SN Torpedo. I'm a huge SN fan.
 

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Stone's IPA and Ruination live in my fridge, along with several others. An occasional Sam Smith Oatmeal Stout is good...(not as good as my coffee porter)
 

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St Bernardus Abt 12 - Does that count? If so, consider it the best beer ever made!!!
 

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I drank my weight in Abita Amber in New Orleans this past weekend. I have to say, it really hit the spot and really is a good beer. Carried some home...my favorite until it runs out.
 

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Sam Adams Summer Ale and Sierra Nevada Pale Ale

Flying Dog Doggie Style Pale Ale is good too though.
 

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Oh yeah, Stone Pale Ale. Discovered that one last year. I live in CT and I can't get it here-- have to go to NY or MA to get it.

-Steve
 

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Us- PBR yes PBR not kidding love the stuff
BF- Arrogant Bastard
Me-New Belgium Giddy Up Espresso Amber
 

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Sam Adams Cream Stout
Brooklyn Black Chocolate Stout
Rogue Chocolate Stout
Stoudts Fat Dog
 

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Bell's Two Hearted.

Schlafly Dry Hopped APA is great, by the way. That's my #1 pickup when I return home to St. Louis.
 

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It's too hard, I can't choose just one. I can give you my top 3 though!

SNPA
Rogue's American Amber Ale
Wittekerke

The order of this list means nothing they are all at the top and changing positions :)
 

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My go to beer at home is Warsteiner, but recently Diageo lost the contract to import this to Ireland, so I'm not able to get it everywhere like I used to.
Present fave, but it's very expensive is the Coopers Pale Ale, fantastic fruity beer.
 

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Nothing beats a Nitrogen drawn pint of Guinness in a genuine Irish pub.

But at home I'm a fan of KBC's Amber, New Castle, Sierra Nevada Pale Ale, Molson (for hockey games or making brats), Flying Dog anything, New Belgium's Sunshine Wheat.

Ok. I like beer that's wet and cold. Is that so wrong?
 

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Yuengling - although I am rarely back east and have the opportunity to drink it.

Another vote for Fullers London Pride also. I was in London a couple of weeks ago and that was all we drunk.
 

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