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My favorite pilsner is Pilsner Urquell. http://www.pilsnerurquell.com/in
Does anyone else like this beer? Have you ever tried it? Pilsner Urquell is in my top 5 favorite beers.
Definitely have grown an affinity for theMarzen style, but man can they hit the wallet where it hurts. I go through them like crap through a goose.
Yuengling Traditional Lager reminds me of a Marzen/Octoberfest. Lighter kind of body, mild caramel malt, a really good session beer. If you can get past the American Lager label, the Yuengling is actually quite serviceable as a cheap replacement for a Marzen. Reminds me of a slightly lighter version of the Heavy Seas Marzen, for example. Except the Yuengling is $5 cheaper!
...But not far behind!
Last edited by d0ublestr0ker0ll; December-6th-2011 at 11:24 PM.
Figured this was the thread for this link. Greatest Documentary ever.
Question to the beer enthusiasts:
Sometimes when I'm enjoying a brew typically a lighter lager or such I get a stinging in my jaw, anyone know what that's about?
Last night I scooped up some recently-'expired' Heavy Seas Marzen. Turned it in to a Trippel kind of flavor. Also picked up a DFH 120 and Heavy Seas Haarvest.
Last edited by d0ublestr0ker0ll; December-10th-2011 at 07:03 AM.
My favorite, "Baby Pee Beer"
Last edited by amm0409; December-10th-2011 at 01:49 PM.
Getting ready to open one of these up
Trying to decide if I want a Shiner or a 512 Fireman's 4 . . . .mmmmmmmm. Love them both.
This is how I'm rollin' today.
Got a 4 pack of 90 in the fridge as well.
I've been throwin' down the Dogfish Head this month. Sharing a sixer of Raison D'Etre tonight, plus a Blue Moon, Sam Adams Cherry Wheat and Dominion Hop Mountain.
I like this stuff too
the first and only time ive had this beer was in italy 6 years ago... i liked it so much that i bought the glass in the pic. well i found it at a local store and am going to enjoy it on christmas eve..
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