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Meine Gott, woher sollte ich beginnen!!!

Fur Amerikaner:
- Yuengling Lager

Fur Bier Grosstuer:
- Andechs Spezial Helles


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my favorite beers are the wet ones and free ones..............
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Guinness
Moose Drool
Sam Adams Boston Lager
Amber Ales and darks even porters
And anything I can home brew
Try a Black and Tan they are great
Moose Drool is one of my favorites
Alaskan Amber is pretty darn good too

We have a couple of local breweries that are doing great and producing some amazing beer. Black Tooth Brewery's Saddle Bronc Brown and Bomber Mountain Amber are both phenomenal. Their IPA is pretty good too but I don't drink a ton of IPAs.

As far as light and drinkable on a hot summer day I tend to go for refreshing which leans me more towards Coors Light or Miller Lite, but I also like Leinenkugel's Shandy and Shock Top's Belgian White.
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Sierra Nevada Pale Ale
Rebel IPA
Goose Island IPA
Harp
Guinness
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100% agreement that Chimay ("Shim-May") is the best made beer in the world today. The beer is actually made by Trappist Monks in Belgium using the time tested and traditional methods. It is the real deal.

http://chimay.com/us/bieres/blanche/

It is not cheap, however Trader Joe's grocery stores usually have the best price and they carry the large 750ml bottles. I prefer their Grande Reserve (Blue Label) and they also import two others; Premier (Red) and Cinq Cents (Gold).

If you eat at Claim Jumper Restaurants, they usually have Chimay in the small bottles.

A word of caution to my fellow Americans, drinking one 750ml bottle of the Grande Reserve is equivalent in alcohol content to drinking 9 American beers. Many a friend has ended up "Praying to the Porcelain God" by ignoring this warning. Drink responsibly.
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iron Monk Amber
They have refillable growlers that you take to the taproom.

Mass produced
Hot outside - Miller high life, or Aussie style lagers.
Cooler out - stouts or porters.

I just can't do the IPA , super hoppy stuff.
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With the disclaimer that I'm generally a wine and cider and tequila girl, and that my brother is constantly commenting on how unrefined my tastes in beer are. I'm partial to my brother's brews, but they're not available in TX, yet.

Have to agree that Chimay is wonderful. I've never met anyone who wasn't deeply satisfied by it, whether a regular drinker or someone who generally avoids beer.

I really think that everyone should try Bohemia's Bela Rosa at least once, even if it's in a darkened closet where nobody can see you and try to tell you that it's not a beer - it's brewed with citrus and peppers and it's a really great summer drink. If you get it fresh the carbonation can be a bit much.

On another squalorly note, Wells Banana Bread Beer actually tastes like banana bread.

I've liked everything I've had from Three Philosophers, Ommegang Three Philosophers is a really great "meal" beer. Not enough stomach real estate to have it with a meal, but it's great for when you've come home late and just want a glass of something before going to bed.
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I second the fat tire but I've also recently fell in love with White Rascal.

Now that I've thought about it here's some more...
Iron monk Stilly Wheat
Boulevard farmhouse ale
F5 IPA

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I used to live near the Coors Brewery in Colorado and still favor Curs. I like anything new from Pils to Stout as long as it does not have too much hops in it. Hops is all the rage and many beers are ruined by over using it. I like the wheat beers a lot and they are good flavored with fruit for warm weather. It has a been a tradition in Europe for centuries. Sometimes there is nothing like a full-flavored porter or stout especially with food. Day in and day out, I drink Curs.
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I am a simple man. Give me an ice cold Busch lite or a Miller (the champagne of beers) everything else is just fluff!
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Meine Gott, woher sollte ich beginnen!!!

Fur Amerikaner:
- Yuengling Lager

Fur Bier Grosstuer:
- Andechs Spezial Helles

Deutsches und Europaesches Bier sshmekt mir nicht am besten. Besser ist mexicanisches Bier z.B. Tecate aber jedes mexicanisches Bier ist gut.
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My favorite beers (plural) require traveling to Germany for the fresh brewed local beers served in pubs. No bottled beer can compare, even those bottled in Germany. I have not and will not ever travel to Mexico, so non commentus est on theirs.
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If you are Texas, find anything you can from Jester King. Lots of farm house and sour styles. Typically only sold in bombers. Also, if you haven't tried Yellow Rose from Lone Pint, do that as well. One of the best IPA's if tried in quite a while. I'm a complete nerd geek, so I could probably spend 2 pages just listing and recommending beers. Look for anything from Jolly Pump (most are not pumpkin beer), anything from The Brewery, Stone, Dogfish Head, Ballast Point. Adleberts is another Texas Brewery that turns out fantastic beers. I like almost all styles, but right now tend to gravitate towards Belgians, sours, saisons, and farmhouse styles.
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Deutsches und Europaesches Bier sshmekt mir nicht am besten. Besser ist mexicanisches Bier z.B. Tecate aber jedes mexicanisches Bier ist gut.
Ein gut mexicanish bier ist Modello.
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New Castle, Shiner Bock, Black Butte Porter, Moose Drool, Alaskan Amber, Alaskan Polar Beer, Alaskan Spruce Tips, Alaskan Smoked Porter, Blue Moon, Guiness, Harp , Smithwicks, Shock Top, Anchor Steam, Linenkeugals, Ruby Mountain Dark Ale, Dos Equis, Red Stripe, Inca, Negro Modelo, Stella, Old German, Boulder Beer, Orval, Duval,
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Baltika number 5, 7, and 9.

Russian beer is the best.
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