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Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by DrLasers, Jan 4, 2013.
Can Founder's Imperial Stout be considered to have twice the weight per oz?
PtE (drank my weight about 30 times over through the course of 13 years)
Guinness or Yuengling or Boston Lager or Anchor Steam
Natural Light, Bud Light and Narragansett Lager. $4 pitchers son!
Sam Adams Oktoberfest, Boston Lager
Thirsty Dog Raspberry Ale
Did not think it was that many.
SNPA and Keystone...probably my only true 35.5 six packs worth.
Yuengling. I'm not sure what else. I kind of rotate everything.
Yes. Precisely. It's exactly one Metric Shit-ton.
It's not accurate at all (dry weight and fluid weight are different "ounces"), but it doesn't even have to be close for me to answer. Certainly Schlitz in the mid 1970s, PBR in the 80s/early 90s and Berkshire Steel Rail and Lost Sailor since. Probably others but I'm absolutely positive about these.
Samuel Smith's Oatmeal Stout, Sierra Nevada Celebration Ale, Hanssens Gueuze
Hertog Jan. Im probably 2 beers away.
Zombie Dust easily
Yuengling from my time living in Philly.
And I'm sure I've done it both in cans, and on tap at Blue Nile.
Sierra Nevada Pale Ale
Not proud: Bud Light, Coors Light
Proud: Robert the Bruce, Victory at Sea, Ayinger Oktoberfest
Torpedo...and I am a fat funker!
BFM Bon Chien
according to Jerome Rebetez - BFMs owner/brewer - my local bar (Mekong) consumed the most Bon Chien in the world last year. along with another bar here in VA (The Birch in Norfolk) we consumed 8+ barrels worth of it!
Guinness I'm sure of it. I used to drink it like water till I ventured out into other styles.
Colt .45 Double Malt!!!!
So we're talking double-digit cases at a minimum...
from the old days that's easy-
Bass (when it was good )
Dinkel Acker Pils
Dinkel Acker Dunkel
Pike Pale Ale
(plus Bud and Heineken Dark from the really old days)
more recently I'd add-
Troegs Nugget Nectar
getting there, but not quite-
And have to admit - back in the day probably double my weight in Burgie and Old Milwaukee
I've drank enough Busch to float a battleship on.
Two hearted and breakfast stout.
Keystone when I used to keep it classy
More recently - Alpha King & 312
Ithaca Flower Power, Dogfish 60 and 90min, celebration ale, torpedo, nugget nectar, bud light, keystone light, sam adams boston lager, and old rasputin
goose island 312, lagunitas little sumn sumn, alpha king
Two Hearted, Furious, and Abrasive.
So, what beers have I drank 16 or more cases of?
Fuller's London Pride
Sam Adams Boston Ale
Newcastle from my early days.
To this day, there will either be 60-minute or Victory Headwaters in my fridge at all times.
as of recently, NB Ranger cans. my boss gave me 4 cases with torn packaging for Christmas(i work in a liquor store)
Sam Adams Boston Lager
Sam Adams Oktoberfest
DFH 90 Minute
Great Lakes Eddy Fitz
To name a few, but im sure there are more
400 pound Monkey.
I lived in Ireland for a year in my college days so I would have to say Guinness easily. Also Bud from my college/post-college days. Now that I'm older and there is so much good craft beer, I rotate a lot depending on season and whats available that probably the only beer I drink year round is Hennepin. No matter the weather, a tasty Hennepin always hits the spot.
3x/wk at Schlenkerla x 4 beers avg. per visit x 6 years = more than my weight