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Beers You Have Literally Drank Your Own Weight Of.

Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by DrLasers, Jan 4, 2013.

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  1. SeaOfShells

    SeaOfShells Feb 22, 2011 California

    Old Raputin and Celebration.
  2. baggio

    baggio Dec 20, 2005 Sweden
    Beer Trader

    Caffreys Irish Ale :/ (Back in the days....)
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  3. incapacitant

    incapacitant Jan 15, 2011 New York

    Flower Power
  4. dachshunddude86

    dachshunddude86 Dec 21, 2012 Florida

    Homebrew Berliner Weisse (if I haven't yet I'm damn close)
  5. Derranged

    Derranged Mar 7, 2010 New York

    Nothing good.
  6. whiterabbit

    whiterabbit Jan 24, 2010 Ohio

    I have been around a while, and have been round a while as well....Budweiser has a lot to do with the ladder.....back when bud was good.

    Since then Great lakes, but you have to add all styles. I try too many styles now for any one to come close, buy if you add all Sierra Nevada, that would add up to enough and them some a well.
  7. PatriotsRule

    PatriotsRule Sep 25, 2012 Massachusetts

    Pabst Blue Ribbon! Got some more Hoponius to drink but I think I am near a hundred pints of it
  8. jesskidden

    jesskidden Aug 10, 2005 New Jersey

    You mean in one "session"? After a few beers I... uh, visit the facilities... and then have to all but start over as far as the weight of the beer consumed is concerned.
  9. immobilisme

    immobilisme Nov 8, 2005 Illinois

    Zombie. Dust.
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  10. atone315

    atone315 Oct 8, 2008 Wisconsin
    Beer Trader

    Mickey's, probably twice over...Hamm's, definitely twice over. NG Spotted Cow....hell, if I was truly keeping track, I would have lost count at the 1 ton mark!!!
  11. DrLasers

    DrLasers Apr 18, 2011 California

    I have never had nor seen a Zombie Dust. I guess I am missing out!
  12. FosterJM

    FosterJM Nov 16, 2009 California
    Beer Trader

    Last name pride- FOSTERS! Australian for beer.

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  13. BedetheVenerable

    BedetheVenerable Sep 5, 2008 Missouri

    Ugh...back in the day...BMC products.

    Today, I'm way too 'gotta try something dift. every day' (repeats, obviously, but a sixer of this, then a sixer of that, etc) to drink through that much of one thing.

    What I'd LIKE it to be...Black Sheep Riggwelter.
  14. PittBeerGirl

    PittBeerGirl Feb 27, 2007 Ohio

    Yuengling. Its affordable, at every restaurant I go to, it tastes good, and its always in my fridge since everyone likes it.
  15. Profchaos20

    Profchaos20 Jan 19, 2012 Pennsylvania

    Yuengling at least 10 times over. In my college and precollege years probably Mickey's, Natty Ice, Hurricane, and maybe even Busch......that was hard to admit to.
  16. Jacob007

    Jacob007 Sep 18, 2012 New Hampshire
    Beer Trader

    PaBst when I was getting it for 35 bucks a keg 10 years ago
  17. lucasj82

    lucasj82 Aug 13, 2009 Indiana
    Beer Trader

    I was a bit of a binge drinker before I had kids so........
    Bud Light
    Miller Lite
    Coors Light
    Busch Light
    Keystone Light

    All multiple times over.

    Of the craft beers I have had.....
    Left Hand Milk Stout
    New Belgium Fat Tire
    New Belgium 1554
  18. slinkie

    slinkie Mar 4, 2011 Washington

    Yuengling, Manny's, and Black Butte.
  19. brandori666

    brandori666 Feb 15, 2010 Rhode Island

  20. BlowstotheBody

    BlowstotheBody Oct 22, 2012 Florida

    Yuengling Lager and Abita Purple Haze. Old Rasputin and Tilburg's Dutch brown ale if we're talking about my fighting weight. :) Would probably have consumed more Festina Peche than anything, until DFH desoured it and I no longer care for it.
  21. elgiacomo

    elgiacomo Jun 28, 2007 Georgia

  22. warrenout330

    warrenout330 Oct 19, 2012 Ohio

    Scotty karate ...... I buy cases of it..... I can't stop seriously
  23. JoeyBeerBelly

    JoeyBeerBelly Dec 15, 2006 New York

    I don't think I've reached that plateau yet?
  24. Thickfreakness

    Thickfreakness Oct 2, 2010 New York

  25. aasher

    aasher Jan 27, 2010 Indiana
    Beer Trader

    Bourbon County Coffee, and its been delightful
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  26. Hoptimus-Prime

    Hoptimus-Prime Dec 7, 2012 North Carolina
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    Coors light in the earlier years for sure... but by far Ranger and SN Pale ale. Prolly getting close with a combined weight of Firestone Walker products.
  27. Envelopes

    Envelopes Aug 26, 2012 Ohio

    Two Hearted and maybe Columbus IPA (the girlfriend seems to bring home a sixer of it every other day lately!)
  28. aasher

    aasher Jan 27, 2010 Indiana
    Beer Trader

    I'm working my way there
  29. jebsinger

    jebsinger Nov 15, 2012 Minnesota

    most surlys... as well as Coors... the banquet beer... i was/still am in college guys :D
  30. Robtobfest

    Robtobfest Oct 21, 2009 Connecticut
    Beer Trader

    Hoponius Union
  31. DanK4

    DanK4 Jan 17, 2012 Maine

    This just keeps on giving.
  32. craftbrew502

    craftbrew502 Feb 2, 2012 Kentucky

    bells two hearted
    gas station beer (bud, miller, corona, etc.)
    BBC bourbon barrel stout
  33. Lantern

    Lantern Feb 27, 2011

    SN Hoptimum, DFH 90,Ten FIDY, probably more...
  34. Prh27

    Prh27 Apr 24, 2012 Virginia

    Two Hearted
    Celebration is close

    and probably a few BMC products from college
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  35. macster

    macster Dec 16, 2003 Florida

    The "Bigfoot". Always keep a heathy supply throughout the year.
  36. Schwantz

    Schwantz Dec 16, 2012 Florida

    Bud 7x til last year.
    Jai Alai
    Marshal Zhukov
  37. mikecharley

    mikecharley Nov 6, 2008 Pennsylvania
    Beer Trader

    Unfortunately, Keystone Light
  38. TomTwanks

    TomTwanks Apr 5, 2011 Ohio

    White Rajah
  39. acelin

    acelin Feb 14, 2009 Kansas

    Realistically? Boulevard Wheat. Maybe Coors Light from my college years.
  40. jrbchef

    jrbchef Feb 24, 2011 Connecticut

    Literally, most likely Guiness
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