Beers You Aren't Ashamed to Say You Like

Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by TriggerFingers, Dec 15, 2015.

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  1. ricktjohnson

    ricktjohnson Feb 26, 2016 Maryland

    Corona in BIG ASS ICE COLD CAN and a lime FTW
  2. HoosierBrew

    HoosierBrew Jan 12, 2013 Indiana

    Darklord - hehe.
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  3. mikeinportc

    mikeinportc Nov 4, 2015 New York

    Nothing wrong with those. :slight_smile:
    I just had Off-Color Bare Bear . It's a sahti, essentially rye pils with juniper berries. Anyway... it reminds me very much of The Mad Elf , minus the cherries and honey. If you can get that one, and add some cherry , it'd be pretty close.
  4. bobv

    bobv Feb 3, 2009 Vermont
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    I hate Grapefruit Sculpin. Sue me!!! :stuck_out_tongue:
    I like Habanero and Pineapple Sculpin. Blended or on their own! :rolling_eyes:
    I like Watermelon Dorado. No seeds!!! :grinning:
    I love Regular Sculpin. Always and forever...:slight_smile:
  5. suttonssuds

    suttonssuds Feb 1, 2012 Massachusetts

    Make that 10
  6. Davethophead

    Davethophead Jan 16, 2011 New Jersey
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  7. akolb

    akolb Aug 8, 2015 Colorado

    Negra Modelo
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  8. TampaBeerMan

    TampaBeerMan Aug 2, 2015 Florida

    PBR. When the PBR is cold and the Florida heat and humidity is high. Totally crushable.
  9. SovereignGood

    SovereignGood Jan 11, 2016 California

    Michelob Ultra and Guiness Draught
  10. dradair

    dradair Jun 5, 2014 Missouri

    Hamm's and Rolling Rock.
  11. Tdizzle

    Tdizzle Dec 19, 2006 California

    Rolling Rock.
  12. Erikone

    Erikone Sep 12, 2014 Texas

    Heineken, goes really good with brisket.
  13. StringsAreWings

    StringsAreWings Mar 12, 2016 New Hampshire

    I can drink a St. Pauli Girl in the summer if I am handed one. That's the farthest I can go. I'm a snob aren't I?
  14. dprice

    dprice Feb 24, 2014 Delaware

    21 amendment hell or high watermelon
  15. Hophead21

    Hophead21 Sep 19, 2013 Pennsylvania

    I'm not ashamed to say I love Green. Ah that felt good.[​IMG]
  16. AMDDD

    AMDDD Sep 18, 2014 Texas

    Steel reserve, its cheap and gets the job done and has many nostalgic memories, even if it does taste like rotten fruit. Now its $3.70 for two 24 oz., was cheaper a few years ago when i was in high school like 2 for $3 dollars. Wow when you count the ABV that's like the strength of 8 beers for $3. So my buddy who was an illegal alien and had a fake green card saying he was much older then he was would go buy them for us during lunch and we would get drunk as hell before class. I think it helped me get so good at spanish because i was super talkative in that class :stuck_out_tongue:.

    I also do like that Tequila flavored Oculto beer. Its pretty refreshing on a hot summer day
  17. MikeWard

    MikeWard Sep 14, 2011 Pennsylvania
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    Guinness and Yuengling lager. On the more craft end of things, I like Tommyknocker Maple Brown. And in the dog days of August, a sixer of ice cold Woodchuck goes pretty fast
  18. BWood

    BWood Jan 4, 2015 California

    Bud light lime in the tall can only. Ice cold on a hot day by the bbq.
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  19. LaneMeyer

    LaneMeyer Mar 20, 2011 California

    If I like a beer why would I be ashamed to say I like it? Will I not be considered cool among the hip beer snobs frequenting the latest trendy brewery?
  20. lucasj82

    lucasj82 Aug 13, 2009 Indiana

    Bud Light Lime and Leinenkugel Grapefruit Shandy
  21. Dingbat1477

    Dingbat1477 Feb 9, 2016 New York

    Death by Watermelon.
  22. kcortez

    kcortez Dec 16, 2009 Texas

    I always dug strohs when I was able to get it in DC. 'Boh too. I also love shiner, cold cold shiner
  23. arlingtonjoe

    arlingtonjoe Jan 20, 2013 Illinois

    Leinenkugel Snowdrift Vanilla Porter
  24. SILVER

    SILVER Jan 3, 2007 Florida

    Lately I've been drinking a lot of Loretta.
    It seems to hit me just right!
  25. Urk1127

    Urk1127 Jul 2, 2014 Pennsylvania
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    Leinenkugel shandies
    Molson canadian
    Old E
    Bud platinum

    Ive posted previous but these are more recent.
  26. Jelavelle

    Jelavelle Jun 29, 2014 Delaware

  27. EnronCFO

    EnronCFO Mar 29, 2007 Massachusetts

    I sometimes get shit for drinking Pilsner Urquell. But goddamit is that a great beer when found fresh. A new staple in my IPA heavy rotation.
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  28. HopBobby

    HopBobby Mar 20, 2016 Texas

    I spent about a year in China and well until I found the craft beer scene in Beijing .....I would have to settle on Harbin. I won't is the Miller Light of China but oh so refreshing on a 40 deg C day!
  29. 19etz55

    19etz55 Aug 12, 2007 New Jersey

  30. TongoRad

    TongoRad Jun 3, 2004 New Jersey
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    People give someone shit for drinking Pilsner Urquell? What the hell...
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  31. F_Amor

    F_Amor Aug 12, 2015 Texas

    Grew up on Budweiser. Even though I usually buy better local beer, occasionally a Bud hits the spot. I too am a devotee of Free & Cold. Lindeman's and Sam Adams Cherry Wheat are some other occasional almost guilty pleasures
  32. EnronCFO

    EnronCFO Mar 29, 2007 Massachusetts

    I think it gets lumped in with Stella.
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  33. ebin6

    ebin6 Jun 11, 2009 California

    All the "Japanese" macro stuff when eating sushi. I don't know if it's the flavor combo itself or the ingrained association, but I enjoy the crap out of it. I get Orion (which I believe is independently owned) whenever I can, but if not I'll have a Sapporo or two.
  34. neenerzig

    neenerzig Feb 15, 2006 Ohio

    I know for some reason I've never understood, some craft beer drinkers look down at the Boston Beer Company with disdain. I like most of their stuff, especially the branching out that the company has done in recent years with getting out of their comfort zone and trying new things. So I am not at all ashamed to admit that I like most of the Sam Adams offerings I've had over the years. And I've had quite a few. As far as North American macros go, Labatt, Rolling Rock, Yuengling, PBR, Black Label, and Straub aren't bad. Not that I got out of my way to drink those very often, but if I want beer and there's nothing craft around at the time and any of these are available I'll happily have one or two or maybe more depending.

  35. Robbiedob84

    Robbiedob84 Jan 26, 2016 Michigan

    Sam Adams octoberfest
  36. TongoRad

    TongoRad Jun 3, 2004 New Jersey
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    Ha! I actually nearly said "it's not like it's Stella or something ". :slight_smile:
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