I can't believe I missed this thread.
Cold or warm (Depending on the beer, i.e. Guinness)
Last edited by MikeInJc aka M.I.A.; June-13th-2009 at 09:33 AM.
Foreign, cold and on draught. Every single time. Don't get me wrong here, the American beers that they export to the UK are nice and everything (Coors, Budweiser etc) but you cannot beat a good Belgian, Dutch or Czech beer. (I am thinking mostly of Jupiler, one of Belgiums finest beers in my opinion, I could drown in it and still be happy).
Originally Posted by BillyKilmer
Clipper City Pale Ale!
I believe there is only good beer and better beerand then tere is the best
Shyte! Got some good brews today...
Dogfish Head 60 Minute IPA
Wild Goose Snow Goose (obv a seasonal beer and it was on clearance. Didn't taste skunky or anything...phew!)
Guiness 250 Anniversary Stout
Magic Hat Wacko
Flying Dog Kerberos Tripel
So far I have only had the Magic Hat and the Wild Goose. I prefer the Wild Goose over the Magic Hat so far. I am looking forward to the Guinness, but apparently it isn't much better than the regular stout. We'll see!
Can of Natty Ice thats been sitting in the sun all day. mmmm thats good
A bit OT, but there is an inverse relationship to the quality of beer and the amount of advertisements you see for it.
A good beer sells itself.
Loose Cannon is one of my all-time favorites. I think it's better than the Dogfish 60, 90 & 120 minute IPA's. Clipper City managed to give you all of the hop goodness, while keeping the flavor crisp and clean.
I used to keep it on tap but, with an ABV of around 7.25%, it's not a good session beer.
I found a good alternative. DuClaw's Hellrazer. It has enough bitterness to keep the hop-head in me happy and, with an ABV of 6.2%, I can drink several pints and still stand up. It's become my "house" beer.
If you like the Loose Cannon, then I suggest trying Yards IPA. It's brewed in Philly, (I know), but it's an excellent IPA. My son's girlfriend goes to Philly every couple of months and she picks me up a case each time.
Any recommendations for stouts sold at most beer stores?
I like Guinness, want to check out others.
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