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Old 05-05-2015, 08:47 PM   #61
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Further research yields that the Oskar Blues brewery is based in Colorado and they opened a brewery in Brevard in 2012. Reviews indicate that North Carolina version is different from the Colorado version but both both have gotten good reviews. I reckon I will have to scrape together my nickels and dimes to get some and report back.[/QUOTE]


I'm not sure which version I have had, but their ten fidy is an incredible brew. I've been lucky enough to have tasted it on draft as well.
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I'm not sure which version I have had, but their ten fidy is an incredible brew. I've been lucky enough to have tasted it on draft as well.
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Old 05-06-2015, 09:59 AM   #63
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I like whatever is on sale at the grocery store. Last week it was Natural Light.
I'm no beer snob for sure......lol
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Old 05-06-2015, 06:32 PM   #64
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I'm drinking a "Stella Artois" as I type this.
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Old 05-06-2015, 08:09 PM   #66
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Washed down the fried chicken and fries with a cold Sam Adams Boston Lager.
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Old 05-16-2015, 12:12 PM   #67
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My current 'favorite beer' is a brown ale from Golden Road Brewery, a local brew here in L.A. I enjoy this brew on tap at Mohawk Bend, just down the street from my house.
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I don't drink a lot of beer, but there are a few that I like.

My current favorite is Sierra Nevada Porter, followed by Shiner Bock & Ziegen Bock. The latter two brewed in TX.

When we first moved to TX, we tried Lone Star once. That was awful.

Randy loves Guinness and other dark stouts. I can't stand 'em. He says that since I don't like coffee, that could explain me not liking stout. I do like Harp Lager which is made by Guinness. He says more stout for him, and I'm totally okay with that.
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Old 01-07-2017, 05:01 PM   #70
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I like draft beer. I like the fresh carbonation that gets put into it, as it's poured. I'd rather have a draft beer of a cheaper brand then a bottled beer of a sort of more pricier brand.

I like Guinness, Heineken. As for the less pricey brands, I like Molson Canadian (available on draft at a lot of local pubs since we're right below Ontario). I can even stomach Miller High Life (the champagne of beers).

It's interesting to see what beers people order at my favorite local pub. They have like 20 beers on tap (10 are high quality). Most people order draft beer (at least Sam Adams seasonal or better beer), while 30% order a bottle of Budweiser. It's like going to a steakhouse and ordering a hamburger. :)
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