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If you could get this ONE beer all the time...

Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by FEUO, Dec 11, 2012.

  1. ChadQuest

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    KH or MOAS.

    And i'd drink lots of Bourbon, still.
     
  2. jrnyc

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    Zombie Dust or Ruination.
     
  3. Dan_Bowman

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    Love the glass! Haven't had any Surly brews but going to order some Furious from France44 soon.
     
  4. theBubba

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    Horn Dog from Flying Dog...but it's discontinued :(
     
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    Zombie Dust for me.
     
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    New Glarus Spotted Cow
     
  7. IamMe90

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    It's a tough choice between several beers: saison rue, zombie dust, BCBS, allagash white all make the list. Possibly more - this is just too difficult a choice.
     
  8. codysjb

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    Would have to be between HF Edward, Heady, or BCBCS. Nothing beats the coffee flavor of BCBCS but I'm not sure I could drink it every day (every other day maybe). HF Edward and Heady I could (and would if I lived nearby) down every day no questions asked.
     
  9. YogiBeer

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    Zombie Dust or Parabola, depending on what season you ask me in.
     
  10. powpig2002

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    you'll be glad you did. mine would be founders harvest
     
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    MBC peeper or Rising Tide Denmark both great beers
     
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    Upland raspberry.. or blend love. Could drink them every night
     
  14. foobula

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    Bourbon County.

    /thread
     
  15. Brunite

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    On a desert island....one beer only...all the time?

    Dos Equis !


    ...Gilligan's Island would be named after ME!
    ...The Skipper would be MY little buddy (and like it!).
    ...The professor would come to me for scientific advice.
    ...I could afford to have the Howells as MY house servants.

    ...and...most importantly...

    ...I could get Ginger AND MaryAnn!

    I'd be; "The Most Interesting Man on the Island"

    Stay thirsty, My Friends!
     
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    OK, but that still leaves some grey area. I presume you mean I will have an endless supply of this beer. But will I have an endless fresh supply? If so, Tea Bagged Furious is the only serious answer.

    On the other hand, if I were just left with an infinite warehouse of one beer that was going to have to age alongside me, then I would have to go with Cantillon Classic Gueuze.
     
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    DFH Burton Baton
     
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    I am a stout lover but there is no way that I could drink any stout for the rest of time. I personally would want a well balanced Red ale. Kingpin Double red ale would be my choice.
     
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    Really? I bought a few of them a few months back...have they discontinued it since then?
     
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    BA Bigfoot Barley wine, i havent even had it but at the end of the day i know this will be my favorite beer ever.
     
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    GL Dortmunder Gold.
     
  23. sil1

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    Blind pig
    Zombie dust
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    Bcbs
     
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    Pliny the Elder
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    conse-friggen-cration!
     
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    Russian River Consecration or Ommegang Three Philosophers.
     
  27. Utley12

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    The Younger immediately comes to mind but I don't think I could put down an 11%+ brew on a regular (weekly basis). Have to go with Vbc Prima Pils. My favorite session beer.
     
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    Deschutes's Red Chair for an everyday drinker and Epic's Big Bad Baptist for the big night drinker.
     
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    Fou'Foune. Embrace the heartburn.
     
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    Lagunitas imperial red, mikkeller beer geek brunch weasel cognac, espresso yeti, zombie dust
     
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    So many beers I need to get my hands on from this list I haven't tried!!!! Bell's Two Hearted
     
  32. rvajohn

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    Maudite would be a close second.
     
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    Dogfish Head 90 Minute IPA
     
  35. DonSaleen747

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    Stones enjoy by IPA. I might go as far as to say I enjoyed that more than my Pliny
     
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    Because I love IPAs, I would have to say Wachusett Larry. At 6 bucks a bommer you can't go wrong.
     
  37. MDDMD

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    Heady Topper for me!
     
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    I just realized I already answered this thread
     
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    Zombie Dust or Backwoods Bastard.
     
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