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    Talking Best brew! (alcohol)

    Ok all you WHT alcoholics (just kidding). What is your favorite brew of beer? Mine is Labatt Blue all they way.

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    Guiness

    or for micro brews

    Eliot Ness from Great Lakes Brewing Co. Goooooooooood stuff

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    Redhook IPA
    Catamount Porter (Vermont Beer)
    Shed Ale (Vermont beer)
    Red Seven (7 Barrel Brewery Micro-brew)
    Silk Ale (Vermont pub and brewery Micro)
    Magic Hat Blind Faith (Small brewery out of Vermont its an IPA)
    Vermont pub and brewery also makes a great Belgum Ale (high alcohol and very tasty)
    And if I do so say so myself, I make a killer Chocolate Porter

    Never realized (until now) that I like a lot of Vermont-made beer. Redhook's IPA isn't the best but its pretty easy to find now-a-days pretty much anywhere in New England ( not sure about elsewhere ).

    A little story to go with this. When my father was young they didn't have a lot of options for beer so he drank the "American Swill" Budweiser so naturally when I started drinking I started with this. And how I HATED beer! Then an old boss of mine turned me onto Corona which I drank for a little while (no lime!). Then I moved on to Sam Adams...then Guiness ....then Murphy's stout and then I started to really experiment with beers that were tastier...and you have my now-current list. I think one time back in my Corona days I had a glass of Stout and I thought it was the most disgusting thing I'd ever tasted. Now I think its too watered down...funny how tastes change.

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    Originally posted by BiGWill
    Becks!
    Took the words right out my mouth!

    Also when i'm feeling like a change, a blue WKD goes down nice!
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    Bud light as a daily drinker.....


    Killians Irish Red on a "I wanna drink beer but, taste something good occasion".
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    Foster's on tap
    Happy Sailing

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    Icehouse so far...

    (So many beers, so little time)
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    Ziegen Bock 'brewed and sold only in Texas.' I think it is anyway. That's when I want the good stuff. Otherwise Coors Light.
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    HoneyBrown is also very good on tap.................Hmm, I'm getting
    thirsty. Who is Paradise Designs?
    Happy Sailing

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    Same here Labatt Blue, As far as all that microbrew my brother brews his own stuff and I have never been able to finish one of those things.. every microbrew he has made I have never been able to drink.. though he could just be making it the wrong way..

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    Hi,

    A vote here for Belhaven Scottish Ale. This is just awesome on tap.

    If I'm in a good place that pours a lot of it, I'll have some Guinness. But, I'm becoming a Bacardi Silver and Smirnoff Ice fan. Over the long, hot days mowing the lawn the new citrus drinks really hit the spot.
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    Kronemburg (sp?)

    Although my usual tipple is a nice JD + Coke
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    Heineken!
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    Ommegang Hennepin mmmmmmm... super beer.

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    without a doubt

    COLD is the best type


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