What is your favorite BMC beer to drink?

Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by raynmoon, May 23, 2012.

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  1. mfdish

    mfdish Initiate (0) Oct 30, 2011 Nevada

    Highlife or Pabst Blue Ribbon
  2. Tut

    Tut Initiate (0) Sep 23, 2004 New York

    This isn't the only thread or conversation where new members have been using the term this way. Just because you may understand the difference doesn't mean the next guy does. Get back to using the term correctly.
  3. muddyh2oblues

    muddyh2oblues Initiate (0) Mar 13, 2010 Illinois

    Old Style (it's fully kraeusened you know.)
  4. HardyA

    HardyA Zealot (544) Jan 26, 2013 Michigan

    Landshark with a lime on a hot summer day
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  5. 395er

    395er Initiate (0) Apr 29, 2011 California

    Hamm's, PBR. Does Tecate count?

    Re: PBR, I grew up in Milwaukee when it was literally an old man's beer. But it was the first beer I ever drank, from a 7 oz can for my beer can collection, given to me by my dad. Hell, the Packers were probably on the TV. Hipsters aside, I enjoy it as a swill beer, even though it's no longer brewed in Beer City.
  6. JohnSnowNW

    JohnSnowNW Defender (609) Feb 6, 2013 Minnesota
    Beer Trader

    I guess if BMC = AAL:

    Grain Belt Premium
  7. trentbrown89

    trentbrown89 Initiate (0) Feb 13, 2013 California
    Beer Trader

    Blue moon in the summer.
  8. YieldToNothing

    YieldToNothing Initiate (0) Mar 13, 2013 New York

    miller high life, molson canadian, rolling rock and corona
  9. Bigrock

    Bigrock Initiate (128) Feb 4, 2013 Texas

    Coors Original
  10. Tut

    Tut Initiate (0) Sep 23, 2004 New York

    The Bros used it back in the nineties too, the way all of us who were members then used it. The way it's always been used until now. Why not tell them you don't give a damn about what went on here before you joined in 2010? Make sure you insult them for being "old" too.
  11. rojocorsa

    rojocorsa Initiate (0) Sep 15, 2013 California

    Dos Equis Amber
    Negra Modelo
  12. Hrodebert

    Hrodebert Aspirant (254) Sep 2, 2013 Michigan

    Blue Moon goes down mighty good some times.
    I don't understand how a good beer, all of a sudden becomes a bad beer, when the ownership changes hands.
    BMC means the same thing now that it meant 20 years ago. Only the scope has changed. It will continue to change.
  13. mrcraft

    mrcraft Poo-Bah (1,754) Dec 15, 2012 California
    Premium Member Beer Trader

    I didn't care much for Coors Batch 19 or Bud's Black Crown. I liked Bud's Lime-A-Rita over those two. :slight_smile:

    I haven't had one in a long time, but Blue Moon is okay with me.
  14. Brokejaw

    Brokejaw Initiate (0) Oct 3, 2013 Iowa

    Blue Moon actually is pretty good...
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  15. jjchristiano

    jjchristiano Aspirant (263) Sep 24, 2009 New Jersey

    Heineken Light, Goose Island IPA, Stella Artois
  16. jncastillo87

    jncastillo87 Initiate (0) Jan 27, 2013 Texas

    Always like stella
  17. Jake1605

    Jake1605 Initiate (0) Nov 24, 2009 Missouri

    But does it have to?
  18. shawnp

    shawnp Aspirant (240) Jan 15, 2010 Minnesota
    ¬°Bad Trader! Beer Trader

    Blue Moon is good. I'll catch flak for it but I enjoy it.
  19. CadillacWilliams

    CadillacWilliams Initiate (0) Nov 17, 2013 Virginia

    Not technically BMC but I love a cold Tecate on certain occasions; after a long day fishing during hot months, WHILE fishing during hot months, sitting by the pool during hot months, or whenever I'm in Mexico.
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  20. Ilovelampandbeer

    Ilovelampandbeer Zealot (552) Aug 25, 2013 New York
    Beer Trader

    I like my bmc like I like my coffee....I don't drink coffee
  21. FinchSCF

    FinchSCF Aspirant (286) Aug 22, 2013 Michigan

    Within the rules? Blue Moon
    Cheating a little? Labatt Blue
  22. Redneckwine

    Redneckwine Aspirant (279) Dec 3, 2013 Washington

    I definitely enjoy a Blue Moon now and then. On the AAL spectrum, PBR and High Life get the job done occasionally.
  23. TroyS62

    TroyS62 Initiate (0) Sep 6, 2013 Vermont

  24. Jirin

    Jirin Aspirant (282) Apr 28, 2013 Massachusetts

    Blue Moon, definitely. It's a solid "Restaurant with bad beer list" fallback.
  25. musicman7070

    musicman7070 Disciple (357) Aug 26, 2012 New Jersey
    Beer Trader

    Bourbon county
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  26. WIED

    WIED Initiate (130) Jan 14, 2008 Montana

  27. KentT

    KentT Aspirant (220) Oct 15, 2008 Tennessee

    Blue Moon
    Michelob Dunkelweiss
  28. cello

    cello Initiate (153) Oct 17, 2013 Pennsylvania
    Beer Trader

    I like my coffee like I like my women... without a penis. On that note I drink Yuengling Lager. (out of a can) Does that count?
  29. Tut

    Tut Initiate (0) Sep 23, 2004 New York

    Blue Moon is not a BMC beer. The term refers to Bud, Miller, Coors, type beers - thin, fizzy, adjunct lagers, not just any beer brewed by the big international conglomerates.

    You caught flack, but not the kind you expected. :wink:
  30. DarkDragon999

    DarkDragon999 Aspirant (285) Feb 13, 2013 Rhode Island

    Doesnt count. If it did then Narragansett would count. I cant even get Yuengling in my state and if it counted as BMC beer it would be sold in every damn state.
  31. Domingo

    Domingo Poo-Bah (2,185) Apr 23, 2005 Colorado
    Beer Trader

    Lately I've been on a Coors Banquet kick. I had a glass with some BBQ and ended up going out and buying a 12-pack. I honestly really like it for a "whenever" beer.
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  32. Tut

    Tut Initiate (0) Sep 23, 2004 New York

    You're right that it means the same thing here that it always did. It's an acronym we've long used to describe fizzy, yellow, adjunct lagers made by Bud, Coors, Miller, etc. Labatt Blue is also a BMC beer. It refers to a specific type of beer. Blue Moon and anything by Goose Island are not BMC beers, regardless of corporate ownership.

    It's the newer members who are misusing and distorting the term because they haven't been here long enough to understand the way it's always been used on Beer Advocate.
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