What 3 beers do you always have in your fridge

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  1. Alex-Alkis

    Alex-Alkis Initiate (0) Jun 16, 2014 Sweden

  2. teddibrewski

    teddibrewski Initiate (0) Jan 29, 2015 England

    do get founders all day ipa in the UK? I recently moved from michigan to england and i only see a few random american craft beers at some specialty stores. I have seen their porter here
  3. Goudie

    Goudie Initiate (0) Jun 13, 2014 Northern Ireland

    In my local bottle shop I can get Founders All Day IPA, Centennial IPA, Pale Ale, Porter, Imperial Stout, Breakfast Stout, Backwoods Bastard, Dark Penance, Dirty Bastard, Rubaeus and most recently Big Luscious :slight_smile: So all in all, most of what they offer. Still on the hope that some day I may get KBS.
  4. Himself

    Himself Initiate (0) May 20, 2014 Massachusetts

    Founder's Centennial IPA
    Troegs Hop Back Amber
    Spencer Trappist Ale
  5. philsunset

    philsunset Initiate (0) Oct 3, 2013 Michigan

    I buy enough to last at least a year.
  6. walterk

    walterk Initiate (0) Jul 8, 2014 Mississippi

    Lately it's
    Victory at Sea
    Founders Breakfast Stout
    something from Anchor
  7. 4ingredients

    4ingredients Initiate (0) May 22, 2009 Massachusetts

    SN Torpedo
    DFH 90
    SN Bigfoot
  8. FaradayUncaged

    FaradayUncaged Initiate (0) Oct 24, 2014 Michigan

    Revolution Anti-Hero is in stock as long as the Ohio visits are consistent.
    Seasonals from GLBC, Bell's and Founder's (I know, it's a cop-out from 'year round' beers).

    Staples for my wife:
    Lindeman's Framboise
    Stout: Guiness, New Holland's The Poet
  9. Hefewiseman

    Hefewiseman Initiate (0) Sep 6, 2011 Florida

    Lately I've been plenty stocked on Coppertail Unholy Trippel and Free Dive IPA. Gotta love E-Beer! My fridge usually has various Prairie saisons as well.
  10. PGD120

    PGD120 Initiate (0) Jan 20, 2015 New Jersey

    great lakes elliot ness
    sixpoint resin (or hi-res)
    allagash white

    i also always have a growler of kane overhead in the fridge during the weekend.
  11. jlsims04

    jlsims04 Initiate (0) Jul 14, 2013 Illinois

    The only beer I always have is Busch Lite or PBR. Other than that it is a constant rotation of craft that I purchase plus pulled from the cellar.
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  12. jlsims04

    jlsims04 Initiate (0) Jul 14, 2013 Illinois

    Love Chicago LOL!
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  13. striker2160

    striker2160 Initiate (0) May 5, 2013 Minnesota

    1-Goose Island Bourbon County assortment.
    2- Central Waters brewers reserve assortment.
    3- Bells Expedition and Imperial stouts.
  14. imdabuzzard

    imdabuzzard Initiate (0) Feb 17, 2015 Ohio

    Homebrew , homebrew , homebrew!
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  15. mwa423

    mwa423 Initiate (0) Nov 7, 2007 Ohio

    Almost always:

    Rhinegeist Seasonal (Pure Fury and Zen are both great)
    Bud Select (99 calories, trying to cut back on the beer weight)
    Lately, a cellar beer or two as I try to cut back on the insane amount of beer in my house. Right now, a stout aged in calvados barrels and a few year aged Widmer doppelbock. Those will get drank and replaced with something else.
  16. charlzm

    charlzm Poo-Bah (2,180) Sep 3, 2007 California

    I don't have a "go to" beer. I hit the cellar once or twice a week when I'm feeling the need for something aged, hit the homebrew if I have a current batch that's ready or the fresh, hoppy beer I bought specifically to drink immediately.

    If I were going to keep a sixer of something in the fridge, it would probably be Grapefruit Sculpin, SN Torpedo or Union Jack.
  17. Karnivool1

    Karnivool1 Initiate (0) Dec 28, 2014 Illinois

    Fresh Squeezed
    Old Rasputin
    Founders Imperial Stout
  18. Stagga_Lee

    Stagga_Lee Initiate (0) Jul 22, 2014 Massachusetts

    From Mass: Berkshire, Clown Shoes, special Sam Adams releases
    From wherever: Sierra Nevada, Dogfish, and Founders.
  19. Biff_Tannen

    Biff_Tannen Initiate (0) Dec 8, 2013 Missouri

    Bud Light, 312, and Busch
  20. TastyIsBeer

    TastyIsBeer Devotee (409) Dec 13, 2006 Illinois

    Better answered as "breweries" and not "beers":
    Founders (currently Devil Dancer, Backwoods Bastard, Black Rye)
    New Glarus (currently Scream IIPA [with more on the way courtesy of my wife], Oud Bruin, and soon Enigma [again courtesy of the wife])
    Boulevard (currently leftover Nutcracker, Collaboration #4, Sixth Glass, Dark Truth)
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  21. juke_cleveland

    juke_cleveland Initiate (0) Sep 12, 2014 Indiana

    Though I like to get anything I haven't seen before, I will always rely on FBS when it's around (Old Raspy otherwise), North Coast Scrimshaw, and Resin.
  22. Hayden34

    Hayden34 Initiate (0) Aug 10, 2014 Georgia

    Only shitty beers last longer than a few days in my fridge. I am and have too many drunks as friends/family...
  23. Rav4pudge

    Rav4pudge Initiate (0) Apr 6, 2014 Massachusetts

    Firestone sucaba, parabola and some ipa
  24. brianwsnyder

    brianwsnyder Initiate (0) Jul 31, 2014 Pennsylvania

    Something from Weyerbacher; often Merry Monks or Old Heathen. Usually try to keep a few Quad on hand too.
  25. precariouslydaniel

    precariouslydaniel Initiate (0) Dec 29, 2013 Virginia

    1. Something fresh from Lagunitas
    2. Something fresh from Green Flash
    3. Rochefort 10
  26. Golferallen54

    Golferallen54 Initiate (0) May 1, 2014 Colorado

    Most commonly:

    Boulder Shake Chocolate Porter
    New Belgium Snapshot Wheat Pale Ale
    Odell IPA
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  27. Hopheadgou

    Hopheadgou Initiate (0) May 14, 2014 Connecticut

    founders breakfast stout, grey sail captains daughter, sip of sunshine and Sea Hag.
  28. Ngntjp

    Ngntjp Initiate (0) Jul 29, 2014 Virginia

    Depending on the season:
    An IPA (Two hearted, Racer 5, or a local (Hardywood, Williamsburg, DC Brau, Port City, Lost Rhino, Devils Backbone). Less often Stone's IPA or Delicious, and DFH). Whatever is freshest where I work, I suppose.
    A hoppy lager (Prima pils, Hardywood Pilsner, SN Beer camp 2015) or a saison/something Belgian (Hardywood Singel, 21st amendment sneak attack, Ommegang Abbey/really anything)
    A brown (DFH, Bell's Porter, DC Brau's Penn quarter, Port City Porter (does this sit as a chocolate/coffee (mildly) scotch ale to anyone else?!))
    And otherwise, there's always a variety in the fridge and cellar. LOTS of barleywines recently (do I have the best life partner or what :sunglasses:?!), DIPAs, more and more German varieties (much to my liking :slight_smile:), sours, stouts of all strengths, and most recently DFHs Palo Santo as a staple.
    I change each brewer out week to week, usually, on the go-tos. I also try to taste everything the store I work at carries (it's a small, local oriented/mostly organic grocery store, but our beer selection is getting ridiculous!).

    Edit: skullduggery :rolling_eyes:
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  29. Igotmypistola

    Igotmypistola Initiate (0) Aug 30, 2010 California

    BA Stout, IPA, Gose, Sour Growler

  30. seabeetastetest

    seabeetastetest Initiate (0) Feb 18, 2015 Texas

    A stone ipa, a sierra nevada torpedo and always a local brew from saint Arnold
  31. PuckIt

    PuckIt Initiate (0) Feb 6, 2014 Pennsylvania

    Voodoo Good Vibes
    Fat Heads Head Hunter
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  32. evanforbeer

    evanforbeer Initiate (0) Jan 15, 2013 California

    always an SN beer floating round in there.
    early winter I rode SN Snow Pack hard, maybe went through 5
    I've had some consistent SN Stout and Smutty Durty in the mid-late winter here in Boston. Though I would sill buy Snow Pack if I could!
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