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Top 5 Year-Round, Easy to Find Beers

Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by starrdogg, Oct 2, 2012.

  1. Rochefort 10
    Olde Suffolk
    St. Bernardus Apt 12
    Wychwood Hobgoblin
    Chimay Cinq Cents
  2. MilkManX

    MilkManX Savant (320) Arizona Jul 10, 2012


    Sam Adams
    New Belgium
    Sierra Nevada
    Dogfish Head

    That is my usual go to stuff.
  3. Schwerzpunkt

    Schwerzpunkt Aficionado (135) Oct 9, 2012

    Chimay Blue
    Bear Republic Racer 5
    Southern Tier Unearthly
    Samuel Smith Oatmeal Stout
    Berkshire Coffeehouse Porter
  4. Duvel
    Palo santo
    Two hearted
    Victory Hop Devil
    Founders dirty bastard & porter
  5. HOMEPL8

    HOMEPL8 Aficionado (220) Virginia Dec 26, 2010

    Two Hearted...I know, original, but so good
    Youngs Double Choc Stout
    Dead Guy
    Union Jack
    Stealhead Extra Pale
  6. I agree wholehardadly with your assessment and put two more beer's in with it:Weihenstephaner's Vitus which vies with Schneider-weiss's Aventinus as easy to get and far and away the best in their styles that I have drunk.( Le Fin should be forced to label their beer liquid heroin- to myself it is impossible not to drink it 2 times a week)
  7. The rest of you pinnapples that are answering this post are just that ...except for Zac.At least he understood and communicated what the post is all about.NO. 1-15-most if not everybody have posted your regional brewery's-come on people really.....
  8. Lakefront IPA
    Founders Breakfast Stout
    Sierra Nevada Pale Ale
    Victory Prima Pils
    Harpoon IPA
  9. Dogfish 60min
    Victory Hop D
    Victory Prima
    Sierra Celebration
  10. mudbug

    mudbug Savant (490) Oregon Mar 27, 2009

    Wow, seems most BAs don't get out much. I did a two year motorhome tour of the US and I can tell you that almost all of the suggestions so far are out to lunch as fas as available EVERYWHERE. Except:
    Sierra Nevada Pale Ale
    Sierra Nevada Torpedo
    SA Boston Lager
    NB Fat Tire
    Past that it's local stuff or nothing. I found these at almost every Wallmart in the country, even the boonies of North Dakota and Wyoming
  11. Two Hearted
    Dead Guy
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  12. thegodfather1076

    thegodfather1076 Savant (375) Ohio Oct 11, 2009

    Stone IPA
    Great Lakes Edmund Fitzgerald Porter
    Oscar Blues Old Chub
    Sierra Nevada Stout
    Thirsty Dog Labrador Lager
  13. Good idea, here are mine.
    Sierra Nevada
    Flying Fish
    Great Lakes
  14. bells
  15. Sierra

  16. No Fat Tire here in NY and very little selection, if any, at WalMart.
  17. In these parts, I'd go with Ithaca Flower Power, La Fin Du Mond, Double Jack, Aventinus, and St. Bernardus Abbott 12.
  18. You can't get Fat Tire in NJ either . If fact I don't think you can get it anywhere in the North East.
  19. RichD

    RichD Advocate (640) Rhode Island Mar 18, 2012

    Weihenstephaner Hefeweissbier
    Samuel Adams Noble Pils (you need to look in the right spots, though. Plenty everywhere in my neck of the woods.)
    DFH 90 Minute IPA
    Samuel Smith Oatmeal Stout/RIS (Not sure how much of this is floating around in other stores, but this is common in New England.)
    Rochefort 10
  20. jkane101

    jkane101 Savant (460) New Jersey Sep 22, 2007

    I'm fine with no Fat Tire, which I personally do not like....at all
  21. mrcraft

    mrcraft Advocate (690) California Dec 15, 2012

    Weihenstephan Hefeweissbier
    Unibroue La Fin du Monde
    St. Bernardus Abt 12
    Firestone Walker Double Jack
    Rochefort 10

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