I could go for a cold Shiner Bock right now.
totally depends on the situation.
Extended drinking (i.e. tailgating situation): I prefer Yuengling Lager from a bottle. No cans, if it can be helped.
I like Hefeweizens and dark Belgian beers if it's just with dinner and I'm not allowed to get tanked.
oh and a Hofbrauhaus (like the one in Munich) just opened up here in Pittsburgh!
who has had this beer?
the large bottles that I buy have a cork in them....like champagne
it is expensive....about $9 for a 25oz bottle....but it is worth every penny!
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Skinny Blonde: rock 'n' roll beer with a naked twist
It is the ultimate Aussie beer-lover’s fantasy: a bottle of brew with a woman on the label whose bikini disappears as fast as the drinker can consume its contents.
Three friends in Sydney have taken on the Australian beer market with a unique world first marketing concept for their new beer.
The label is Skinny Blonde, a low-carb beer that is thriving on the current popularity of Australia’s new crop of ‘healthy’ beers.
But there is another reason it is popular: the Skinny Blonde bottle features a 1950s-style pin-up called Daisy whose red bikini disappears as the beer level drops and the bottle warms up, thanks to the modern ink technology used on the labels.
Just like to thank QBKiller for his insight on beer. (sips his Lienenkugel Sunset Wheat)
**** tastes like Fruit Loops.
I've been drinking SA Boston Lager, Yuengling and this Sunset Wheat, as of late. Will be scanning this thread for something new tonight. Hooray beer!
bumping for playoff hockey related inquiry...
I'm looking for a suggestion of a legit beer to work with during the Caps game tomorrow. It's byob at my buddy's place so if I'm getting a sixer, I figure I should get something good, especially for the playoffs . Anybody have an idea of a good drinking beer that'd work in this situation?
Of course, Sam Adams is another way to go. I also love Yuengling Black & Tan, but if you don't like dark beer you can go with regular Yuengling.
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