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Beers You Have Literally Drank Your Own Weight Of.

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

  1. SeaOfShells

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    Old Raputin and Celebration.
     
  2. baggio

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

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    Flower Power
     
  4. dachshunddude86

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

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    Nothing good.
     
  6. whiterabbit

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    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

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

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    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

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    Zombie. Dust.
     
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  10. atone315

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    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

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

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    Last name pride- FOSTERS! Australian for beer.

    Cheers!
     
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  13. BedetheVenerable

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    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

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

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    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

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

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    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
     
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    Yuengling, Manny's, and Black Butte.
     
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  20. BlowstotheBody

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    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.
     
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    Finestkind.
     
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    Scotty karate ...... I buy cases of it..... I can't stop seriously
     
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    I don't think I've reached that plateau yet?
     
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    Bourbon County Coffee, and its been delightful
     
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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

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

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    I'm working my way there
     
  29. jebsinger

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

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    Hoponius Union
     
  31. DanK4

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    This just keeps on giving.
     
  32. craftbrew502

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    bells two hearted
    gas station beer (bud, miller, corona, etc.)
    BBC bourbon barrel stout
     
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    SN Hoptimum, DFH 90,Ten FIDY, probably more...
     
  34. Prh27

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    Two Hearted
    SNPA
    Celebration is close

    and probably a few BMC products from college
     
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    The "Bigfoot". Always keep a heathy supply throughout the year.
     
  36. Schwantz

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

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    Unfortunately, Keystone Light
     
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    White Rajah
     
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    Realistically? Boulevard Wheat. Maybe Coors Light from my college years.
     
  40. jrbchef

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    Literally, most likely Guiness
     
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