Your go to beer?

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  1. mungbeans

    mungbeans Initiate (154) May 27, 2007 Massachusetts

    Victory at Sea (6-pack).
  2. thorkelson

    thorkelson Initiate (0) Oct 10, 2014 Minnesota
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    Dirtwolf from Victory and Citra Ass Down by Against the Grain
  3. ajchocholousek

    ajchocholousek Aspirant (221) Mar 8, 2011 Minnesota
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    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...
  4. ajchocholousek

    ajchocholousek Aspirant (221) Mar 8, 2011 Minnesota
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    Oh, also there's never a time when my fridge doesn't have PBR in it.
  5. BeerMeInStl

    BeerMeInStl Aspirant (205) Jan 26, 2013 Missouri

    4 Hands Resurrected IPA now that it's year round.
  6. crobinso

    crobinso Crusader (749) Nov 21, 2010 Colorado
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    Whatever I'm in the mood for most from the Firestone Walker shelf beers
  7. smanson56

    smanson56 Meyvn (1,089) Feb 15, 2014 New Hampshire
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    Right now only one go to beer on my list is Nightshift Whirlpool.
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  8. skiking70

    skiking70 Aspirant (263) Sep 23, 2014 Maryland
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    This summer it has been Grapefruit Sculpin.
  9. jzlyo

    jzlyo Poo-Bah (1,654) Mar 4, 2012 Iowa

    80 Acre and Chainbreaker.
  10. JackRWatkins

    JackRWatkins Defender (626) Nov 3, 2014 Alabama
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    pilsner urquell, sierra nevada pale ale
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  11. dr_rash

    dr_rash Initiate (23) May 21, 2014 California
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    FW Double Jack
  12. BingCrosby7

    BingCrosby7 Aspirant (233) Jun 8, 2013 California
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    My two go-tos are Saint Archer IPA and Bell’s Two Hearted Ale (both in cans). They’re cheap and always available.
  13. rtrasr

    rtrasr Disciple (324) Feb 16, 2009 Arkansas

    I have three: Saddlebock Dirty Blonde, Ozark IPA, and Core ESB.
  14. The-Adjunct-Hippie

    The-Adjunct-Hippie Poo-Bah (2,837) May 12, 2014 Iowa
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    Go to?

    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.
  15. gfournier

    gfournier Initiate (0) Jun 12, 2015 Minnesota

    Right now, I am switching between Summit Saga IPA or Schell's Hefe
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  16. tigg924

    tigg924 Poo-Bah (4,304) Apr 30, 2008 Massachusetts
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    Abita Restoration Pale Ale is mine--smooth, easy drinker
  17. kilowattcycles

    kilowattcycles Initiate (129) Mar 6, 2011 Illinois

    Revolution Fist City
  18. Mothergoose03

    Mothergoose03 Poo-Bah (2,136) May 30, 2005 Michigan
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    I don't have a go-to beer, but if I wanted to, I'd probably have a winter one and a summer one.
  19. JoshuaShort13

    JoshuaShort13 Aspirant (227) Feb 18, 2014 South Carolina
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    Sculpin and Jai Alai
  20. Kramer41609

    Kramer41609 Initiate (0) Dec 27, 2014 New Hampshire

    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 ):
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  21. nc41

    nc41 Poo-Bah (1,512) Sep 25, 2008 North Carolina
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    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.
  22. sgudino

    sgudino Initiate (41) Apr 15, 2015 California
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    Has to be Enjoy By for me....even more so now that it's released in 6-packs
  23. imfatsowhat

    imfatsowhat Initiate (168) Aug 20, 2013 California

    Anything from Lagunitas
  24. tjmiller718

    tjmiller718 Aspirant (251) Mar 31, 2011 Virginia

    SNPA and usually keep a pils in the fridge for my wife- Fat Head's Jack Straw, Troegs Sunshine, SN Nooner or Summerfest lately.
  25. twb0392

    twb0392 Initiate (0) Aug 1, 2014 Wisconsin

    The FLA 4 packs don't seem to be the same.
  26. Scott17Taylor

    Scott17Taylor Meyvn (1,284) Oct 28, 2013 Iowa
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    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.
  27. HorseheadsHophead

    HorseheadsHophead Meyvn (1,256) Sep 15, 2014 New York

    Bell's Two Hearted Ale, followed by Stone IPA and Sierra Nevada Torpedo.
  28. Kwak

    Kwak Initiate (0) Nov 1, 2002 New Jersey

    nowadays Guinness
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  29. bbowdoin

    bbowdoin Initiate (127) Dec 26, 2013 Georgia
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    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.
  30. Jsteez

    Jsteez Zealot (514) Apr 28, 2012 Korea (South)

    Mine change according to seasons.
  31. my_knew_craft

    my_knew_craft Devotee (469) Mar 13, 2013 Massachusetts
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    Trillium IPAs/IIPAs no question.
  32. RutgersBeerGuy

    RutgersBeerGuy Aspirant (265) Jan 16, 2007 New Jersey
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    Victory Prima Pils.
  33. Crim122

    Crim122 Aspirant (284) Aug 4, 2014 North Carolina
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    Usually any good berliner weisse or Gose.
  34. utopiajane

    utopiajane Poo-Bah (2,432) Jun 11, 2013 New York

    The Pilsener. My favorite Pilsener . . . I 'll let you know. . . after I try them all :grinning:
  35. WillQC4Beer

    WillQC4Beer Initiate (59) May 1, 2014 Vermont
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    fresh smutty vunderbar, getcha self some!
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  36. utopiajane

    utopiajane Poo-Bah (2,432) Jun 11, 2013 New York

    It's darn good, I already have! :slight_smile:
  37. WillQC4Beer

    WillQC4Beer Initiate (59) May 1, 2014 Vermont
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    I've been doing nothing but drinking different pils lately and that one and the crisp stand above others.
  38. fuzzbalz

    fuzzbalz Disciple (316) Apr 13, 2002 Georgia
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    My homebrew, or Dales pale ale.
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  39. eppCOS

    eppCOS Defender (614) Jun 27, 2015 Colorado
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    Easy Jack (FW) at home, but in New Mexico during the summer: La Cumbre Elevated IPA. Not even close...
  40. LuskusDelph

    LuskusDelph Aspirant (285) May 1, 2008 New Jersey

    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).
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