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Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by tree777, Mar 14, 2013.
More and more Belgian Quads....satisfying goodness, little lady approved.
Belgian Strong Pale Ale.
Don't dislike any other style of beers though, it's a preference.
Dry hopped sours.
Not technically a style but that sums it up.
Imperial IPA, because how doesn't like hop in big quantities?
I've been on a Saison kick lately, but stouts are my favorite style.
Gotta love the Wankel Engine.
Favorites are difficult to pick. Heck preference change, and they change with mood, and setting. Generally, I tend to be drawn toward Saisons for general enjoyment and comfort. The wide range of sours seem to be wowing me lately. Truly speaking, I enjoy variety and the quest for new experiences.
Tie between amber ale and amber lager
I like many styles and will drink them in any season , i tend to always like IPA,PA,Saisons,as go to, but really will drink many different styles.
For me, various sours and stouts.
IPA's are my go to choices. Stouts and porters during the winters. Sours when I want to change things up.
Saison has probably become my favorite style.
Ill go light to dark but in no order...
Ill live with those styles forever. All very drinkable. Complex enough to keep it interesting and a lot can be done adding to the base beer of these. I love beer too much to only pick a few and i can do without imperial styles honestly.
Tl;dr pretty much anything low abv and very drinkable.
for me depends on the situation but mainly prefer a good IPA paired with a good burger or piece of meat
1) Stouts - American/Imperial
3) Lagers - Vienna/Pilsener
East India Porter
It's like asking which is your favourite child, you can't single one out or the others will be upset - so I say "All of them!"... then I whisper "Quads, IPAs, Gruits, Oatmeal Stouts and Bocks"
Belgian strong ales
To choose a favoritte style about them would be impossible
Along with the ubiquitous IPAs, I really love German lagers of all types, dubbels, American porters, and red ales.
Stouts and Porters
(except oyster stout)
But i will try any style at any time.
Ipa and Stouts year round. Sours and Saisons in the summer. I welcome any style,at any time though.
The free one.
For me, IPA and DIPA are top. Stouts and imperial stouts are second. Third would be wild ales/lambics. But I am willing to try damn near any style at least once or twice. I absolutely hate some smoked beers and chili ales, but there are one or two that can be pretty good. (Rauchbiers are good... I specifically am thinking of ones made with peat-smoked malt. Ick.)
Sour, Stouts, Pilsner
There are many styles that in their place and time are great beers. For my tastes I have two favorites. First, porters, both English and American, are my go-to beers that I always have in my little beer fridge. They vary enough, from American hopped and dark roasted beers that drink like a stout, to more balanced and traditional British styles, that it is almost like different styles altogether. I generally go for more easily found, and readily affordable, brands like Odell, Sierra Nevada, Deschutes, Anchor, Founder's, and then more traditional Samuel Smith and St.Peter's. But secondly, actually firstly, my favorites are Trappist dubbels and strong Belgian darks like Rochefort 6 and 8, and Chimay Red. I can just think of drinking them and feel better about the day!
Porters/Stouts are considered ales in the US.
Maibock, Hefeweizen, IPA, Stout, everything, all of it. I'm on a wheat whim currently!!
2. Flanders Reds
5. Stouts of all sorts
Honorable mention to IPAs and Bavarian Weizens.
There are very few styles of beer I don't like but my faves are:
Pale Ales (American, Belgian and GB)
Flemish Reds/Oud Bruins
I really don't care if you found the one random brewery that doesn't just refer to porters as ale.
In the US, it's accepted that ales are top fermenting beers, and lagers are bottom fermenting. That means that most people here call porters ales, as they do stouts.