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Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by Oktoberfist, Jul 31, 2015.
Victory at Sea (6-pack).
Dirtwolf from Victory and Citra Ass Down by Against the Grain
Bent Paddle Bent Hop, Surly Furious, O'Dell IPA, Founder's All Day IPA.
Damn...maybe I need to start "going to" other styles more often...
Oh, also there's never a time when my fridge doesn't have PBR in it.
4 Hands Resurrected IPA now that it's year round.
Whatever I'm in the mood for most from the Firestone Walker shelf beers
Right now only one go to beer on my list is Nightshift Whirlpool.
This summer it has been Grapefruit Sculpin.
80 Acre and Chainbreaker.
pilsner urquell, sierra nevada pale ale
FW Double Jack
My two go-tos are Saint Archer IPA and Bell’s Two Hearted Ale (both in cans). They’re cheap and always available.
I have three: Saddlebock Dirty Blonde, Ozark IPA, and Core ESB.
Damn, depends on the occasion. I might drink something different while the leaves are falling or the snow is falling than on a hot summer day.
This summer? Rolling Rock, Schell's Goosetown Gose, and Red Hook's Seedy Blonde.
Right now, I am switching between Summit Saga IPA or Schell's Hefe
Abita Restoration Pale Ale is mine--smooth, easy drinker
Revolution Fist City
I don't have a go-to beer, but if I wanted to, I'd probably have a winter one and a summer one.
Sculpin and Jai Alai
Usually my "Go To" is Sierra Nevada Pale Ale or Torpedo. If I'm feeling cheap then its PBR. If I'm down in the NJ/PA area visiting family/friends its Troegs. None up here in Vermont ):
I really don't have a go to beer, an IPA of some type, a Miller Lite. Got a bunch of great BA Stouts put away.
Has to be Enjoy By for me....even more so now that it's released in 6-packs
Anything from Lagunitas
SNPA and usually keep a pils in the fridge for my wife- Fat Head's Jack Straw, Troegs Sunshine, SN Nooner or Summerfest lately.
The FLA 4 packs don't seem to be the same.
The first batch wasn't good. The second Florida batch was a huge improvement and I think they will be able to get the recipe down fairly quickly.
Bell's Two Hearted Ale, followed by Stone IPA and Sierra Nevada Torpedo.
Creature Comforts Tropicalia and Athena; Bell's 2 Hearted, Anderson Valley Gose (both), Westbrook IPA, Weyerbacher Tarte Nouveau, Orpheus Atalanta, Heavy Seas Loose Cannon cans. Standard rotations in my fridge and throw in seasonal stouts; right now Southern Tier Choklat Oranj is awesome.
Mine change according to seasons.
Trillium IPAs/IIPAs no question.
Victory Prima Pils.
Usually any good berliner weisse or Gose.
The Pilsener. My favorite Pilsener . . . I 'll let you know. . . after I try them all
fresh smutty vunderbar, getcha self some!
It's darn good, I already have!
I've been doing nothing but drinking different pils lately and that one and the crisp stand above others.
My homebrew, or Dales pale ale.
Easy Jack (FW) at home, but in New Mexico during the summer: La Cumbre Elevated IPA. Not even close...
Same here. At home, it is far and away the best choice.
As far as commercial beers go (which I drink only when I'm out dining or at a bar with friends), I more often than not go for one of SN's products. I am also still a big fan of Boston Lager, and really like Dales Pale Ale and Yuengling Porter on occasion.
A favorite restaurant of mine features Zywiec's various beers on draft, which are always my first choice at that place regardless of whatever else they have on the taps (including local beers).