Your favorite smoothest, easy-to-drink brew?

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  1. Bradystraps

    Bradystraps Initiate (0) Jan 24, 2013 Connecticut
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    I didn't care for it. It was like drinking a banana with an odd taste. I know if is very highly regarded... but just not for me.
  2. beercanman

    beercanman Initiate (0) Dec 17, 2012 Ohio

  3. Marty91

    Marty91 Initiate (0) Feb 27, 2012 Pennsylvania

    Yards brawler and anchor steam
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  4. Beefytits4

    Beefytits4 Initiate (0) Nov 2, 2011 Illinois

    SNPA and Founders Pale Ale.
  5. SanFranJake

    SanFranJake Initiate (0) Nov 2, 2012 California
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    SNPA or Sucks all day...
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  6. MammaGoose

    MammaGoose Initiate (0) Jan 10, 2013 Wyoming

    First of have I never heard of/ever had Duvel!?!?

    Second...Grand Teton Sweetgrass APA is my go-to sessionable. So smooth with just enough of a hoppy bite to keep it crisp. Black Butte Porter is also up there when I'm wanting something darker.

    Unfortunately, I often forget about both when I think there's something bigger and better and newer out there. I always crave Sweetgrass, but I hardly ever leave the liquor store with it.
  7. jbck109

    jbck109 Aspirant (267) May 30, 2010 Michigan
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    Edmond Fitzgerald
    Founders All Day
    Black Butte
    La Fin Du Monde
  8. MichiBrew

    MichiBrew Initiate (0) Nov 26, 2010 Michigan

    Red's Rye and Lil Sumpin Sumpin...
  9. RevolutionWahoo

    RevolutionWahoo Initiate (0) Jan 29, 2013 Virginia

    Brown Shugga' for me was super smooth and went down with ease.
  10. kell50

    kell50 Meyvn (1,138) Jul 25, 2007 North Carolina

    Sierra Bevada Pale Ale... From a can! Hot day, cold day- it goes down smooth and bursting with flavor.
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  11. falstaff

    falstaff Initiate (0) Feb 21, 2013

    First post here.

    heady topper makes me want to run through the wall mr. kool aid.
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  12. Chaney

    Chaney Poo-Bah (2,035) Apr 20, 2006 District of Columbia

    "Gumballhead" is the first that popped into my head. Also, another Chi-town entry: Half Acre "Gossamer."
  13. ucfalum08

    ucfalum08 Initiate (0) Jan 20, 2013 Florida

    Cigar City Jai Alai
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  14. AmitC

    AmitC Crusader (720) Sep 21, 2012 New York

    Zombie Dust and Dale's Pale Ale
  15. --Dom--

    --Dom-- Disciple (305) Dec 22, 2012 Missouri

    Deschutes Red Chair NWPA
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  16. booyahachieved3

    booyahachieved3 Initiate (112) Sep 5, 2012 Kansas
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    3 way tie for me, all these are far and away separated from the pack:

    Weihenstephaner Hefeweissbier
    Boulevard 80 Acre
    Racer 5
  17. ForbesyTVB

    ForbesyTVB Initiate (27) Feb 20, 2013 New York

    Breckenridge Agave Wheat
  18. okcommuter

    okcommuter Initiate (195) Dec 25, 2012 Michigan

    Sucks, Red's Rye, anything besides Founders Spite.
  19. Holsie

    Holsie Initiate (0) Jun 27, 2012 South Carolina

    Two Hearted--too easy--wish it was 5%
    Dead Guy when in a malt phase
  20. allouez86

    allouez86 Aspirant (204) Jan 24, 2009 Wisconsin

    Bitter Brewer and Black Butte
  21. facundoCNB

    facundoCNB Initiate (0) Jan 3, 2012 New Jersey

    tallgrass 8bit pale ale, lagunitas lil sumpin, troegs nugget nectar. i know these aren't exactly sessionable beers, but i've become used to 3 beers (sometimes a little more) per session.
  22. OUJayhawk1799

    OUJayhawk1799 Zealot (524) Jan 25, 2013 Oklahoma
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    Death & Taxes was my only regret from our California trip earlier this month. We ran out of time before I could track it down.
  23. LieutenantDan

    LieutenantDan Initiate (0) Nov 18, 2012 Texas

    FRANZISKANER! I can pound them down all day.
  24. OUJayhawk1799

    OUJayhawk1799 Zealot (524) Jan 25, 2013 Oklahoma
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    I have a three way tie:

    Russian River - Row 2 Hill 56
    Lagunitas - little sumpin sumpin
    Cigar city - Tony Jannus Pale ale
  25. mrelizabeth

    mrelizabeth Initiate (0) Jan 22, 2012 California

    And I meant Moonlight, not Midnight. Whoops.
  26. loafinaround

    loafinaround Aspirant (296) Jul 16, 2011 New York

    ten fidy. that goes down alarmingly easily.
    honorable mention:
    sucks is always nice
    left hand nitro
    in july: koko brown
  27. TheMonkfish

    TheMonkfish Initiate (0) Jan 8, 2012 Chad

    Pannepot, Gandhi Bot, Fin Du Monde, Double Sunshine for me.
  28. treyking

    treyking Initiate (126) May 19, 2012 Michigan
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    Centennial from Founders is hard to beat from a smoothness factor imo

    Ten Fidy is hard to beat as well (ditto FBS)
  29. ThirstyFace

    ThirstyFace Initiate (0) Jan 11, 2013 New York

    Victory Lager or Tetleys
  30. BigCheese

    BigCheese Defender (689) Jul 4, 2009 Massachusetts

    Augustiner Helles, Racer 5, Lag Sucks, Narragansett summer, Sam Adams Winter Lager, Allagash white.
  31. terence

    terence Disciple (339) Mar 18, 2012 California

    SN Pale Ale and Anchor Steam
  32. Dan114

    Dan114 Initiate (0) Feb 14, 2013 Massachusetts

    Long Trail Ale is my go to cheap and easy
  33. jjchristiano

    jjchristiano Aspirant (263) Sep 24, 2009 New Jersey

    Victory Prima Pils = Smooth & EZ Drinkin'
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  34. ThisWangsChung

    ThisWangsChung Poo-Bah (2,758) Oct 15, 2011 Maryland
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    Troegs Perpetual IPA practically goes down like water. One of my favorite 4% pale ales on the market today--

    ...wait? What's that? It's actually 7.5%? Could have fooled me :confused:
  35. Music2myear

    Music2myear Initiate (0) Feb 11, 2013 Oklahoma

    I have very limited beer experience, but am remedying that.

    Just bought my first hefeweiss, the Frankizaner Wiessbier, and love it. Over the summer I drank and enjoyed Sam Adams Light, Killian Irish Red, Bass Pale Ale, and pretty much anything by Shiner, and a few wheats by Flying Dog, when I needed refreshment after mowing the lawns, or when the guys got together after work in the swimming pool and over a game of horse shoes and brats.

    I like stouts, but they need to be paired with dishes appropriately and so I don't consider them "easy" drinks. O'Haras Irish Red and Stout were special treats, but really need a burger to go along with them. And I'm really not a fan of excessive happiness such has become the trademark of IPAs (really wish I lived in Europe).

    Given that list, what would you suggest for my further imbibing?
  36. sunkistxsudafed

    sunkistxsudafed Initiate (0) Apr 30, 2010 New Mexico

    La Cumbre's Jefe's Hefe.
  37. atomic

    atomic Disciple (332) Sep 22, 2009 Illinois
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    Yea pretty easy to drink, but when I have the chance I always pick Moon Man over spotted cow. Or Dancing Man.

    Really though, Hoegaarden for me. Its cheap and everywhere so if I drink a bunch in one sitting, I won't feel guilty about it.
  38. WYVYRN527

    WYVYRN527 Initiate (0) Jan 8, 2007 Minnesota

    Victory Prima Pils is the first that comes to mind. Hands down my favorite lager on the planet! My beer of choice on a Sunday afternoon while watching endless hours of sports on TV.
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  39. Raime

    Raime Meyvn (1,283) Jun 4, 2012 Svalbard & Jan Mayen Islands
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    Maximus. It's just too damn sessionable.
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  40. Brunite

    Brunite Initiate (0) Sep 21, 2009 Illinois

    Agree. These go down like so many SNPA for me.
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