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Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by Bradystraps, Feb 21, 2013.
On a Zombie Dust kick right now, so I'll have to go with that.
I say SNPA, New Belgium Ranger, Deschutes Obsidian Stout and Black Butte
PtY. Easiest & smoothest 11% I've experienced.
I could drink Dales Pale Ale all day long
Austin Beerworks Pearl Snap Pils
NB Ranger has become my easy drinking beer of choice.
Weihenstephaner Original in a liter stein.
when I saw 'smoothest', my first thought was moloko or a nicely aged abyss... 'easy-to-drink': gumballhead or a very fresh czech pils.
smoothest and easy to drink? i think i'll go with black butte
Any hand pulled English bitter in any pub in the U.K. I particularly like Tetleys Bitter or Caffreys Irish Ale.
Agree with Spotted Cow and EF
I said before if I ever were challenged to a beer chugging contest I would pick Left Hand Nitro Milk Stout, so I am going to have to go with that.
Going for the obscure WI brew. O'So Night Train is my favorite porter of all time and that beer goes down fast. Which says something coming from the slowest beer drinker ever.
Yea I think Left Hand Nitro Milk Stout, Victory Prima Pils, or SN Pale Ale.
Hacker pschorr weiss
Great Lakes DORTMUNDER GOLD
Rogue Hazelnut Brown Nectar.
St. Bernardus Abt.
Two Hearted ....I also like Steel Head Double IPA...
Double Black....All day long. I would say Gumball Head is up there along with Weihenstephaner Hefe
And to think VoS is pretty much available at any grocery store in San Diego and Costco.
riverwest stein. It will treat you nice if your looking for something light, smooth, and malty
two hearted is great. Have not tried the other one though
I have not had that porter, how would you compare it to founders porter?
Have you had the chance to try Wet Maximus by any chance?
For awhile I was really in to Stone Smoked Porter for how smooth and easy it was to relax with.
believe it or not, Kona Longboard goes down great. One of my favorite summertime beers
Pretty much any Helles, Stoudt's Gold Lager being my favorite. If you're talking smooth and easy drinking, you gotta start with lagers.
Here I fixed that for ya. The answer is and always will be Two Hearted
While I personally prefer Two Hearted as well (and by quite a large margin), there's no doubt that SNPA is a better "gateway" beer to ease the macro-lovers into the craft world.
HF susan or PT Meadowlark
All good ones. I usually buy Affligem blonde or Paulaner O fest when I want something lighter and smoothe.
Bitburger Premium Pils
Hopslam. Goes down like nothing and halfway through I start feeling different.
Gumballhead - I drink it like its juice
Left Hand Milk Stout Nitro, for now. Ask me again in a few months as I have a lot of wants I need to try.
Maibocks and Red Ales are always very easy drinking with their typical sweet malty taste. Never had a bad one of either style.