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Your Go-To Brew

Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by Ebbs2584, Feb 7, 2014.

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  1. Doochie

    Doochie Feb 5, 2014 Virginia

    Guinness all the time!
     
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  2. ONovoMexicano

    ONovoMexicano Jun 14, 2012 New Mexico
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    Elevated IPA
     
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  3. Feel_the_Darkness

    Feel_the_Darkness Oct 17, 2012 Virginia

    Despite my love of all things German and malty, whenever funds are tight and/or I need a solid party beer, I'm reaching for a 12 pack of Yuengling lager. Never disappoints.
     
  4. michman

    michman Oct 14, 2005 Illinois

    daisy cutter never lets me down.
     
  5. ToddSoonerFan

    ToddSoonerFan Aug 23, 2013 Iowa

    SN Torpedo. Summit Saga. Tallgrass Vanilla bean Buffalo Sweat. Boulevard Wheat.
     
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  6. NHhomebrewguy

    NHhomebrewguy Apr 9, 2012 New Hampshire
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    If I had a go-to it'd be Heady but it's too costly and unavailable so i try to always have a homebrewed IPA in the Keg.
     
  7. JayORear

    JayORear Feb 22, 2012 California
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    Lucky man.
     
  8. Hop-Droppen-Roll

    Hop-Droppen-Roll Nov 5, 2013 Minnesota
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    So jealous.
     
  9. MSandahl23

    MSandahl23 Mar 29, 2012 Indiana

    Definitely have to go with Founder's Porter.....
     
  10. nc41

    nc41 Sep 25, 2008 North Carolina
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    That can be fixed if you don't already have a Nc connection .
     
  11. gskitt

    gskitt Oct 27, 2009 New York

  12. Petey_the_Quiet

    Petey_the_Quiet Jan 16, 2014 Florida

    Weihenstephaner
     
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  13. bigdaddyjerry

    bigdaddyjerry May 6, 2013 Maryland

    a bud light will never let you down folks :D
     
  14. VDODSON

    VDODSON Feb 5, 2013 North Dakota

    Summit Saga, I love that damn beer.
     
  15. LankFreudRyte

    LankFreudRyte Mar 13, 2008 Illinois
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    Yes to SNPA, 1980 was a very good year. GI IPA. GI bottled in Chicago, only. Old Rasputin, Pride and Joy, and Southern Tier 2XIPA. Consume at your risk.
     
  16. shadowofthereaper_666

    shadowofthereaper_666 Jul 18, 2012 New Mexico

    For me a go-to beers are
    Odell's 5 Barrel Pale Ale
    Oskar Blues Old Chub
    Rouge Dead Guy Ale
    Squatter's Hop Rising
    Ska Brewing Co. Modua Hoperendi/Steel Toe Stout
    Left Hand Milk Stout Nirto/Wake Up Dead Nitro---When I can get it
     
  17. mjstacker

    mjstacker Jul 3, 2013 New Hampshire
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    Maine "Mo" or Ballast Point "Sculpin".
     
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  18. JuicesFlowing

    JuicesFlowing Jul 5, 2009 Kansas

    Breckenridge Oatmeal Stout
     
  19. Knee_Deep_Fan

    Knee_Deep_Fan Nov 20, 2013 California

    It depends on current disposable income for me as well.
    If I'm spendy, Simtra or Hoptologist.
    If I'm medium spendy, Sculpin.
    If I'm running on empty, Torpedo!
     
  20. Troville1990

    Troville1990 Jan 17, 2012 Illinois

    If I had regular access to Odell I would be drinking Odell IPA and Myrcenary DIPA constantly.
     
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  21. BMMillsy

    BMMillsy Feb 16, 2012 Florida
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    Cigar City Tocobaga Red is one for me, just not aaaalways easy to find. But usually around and otherwise I'll go with Jai Alai.

    Founders Red's Rye was my old go to alongside Two Hearted when I was in Michigan.
     
  22. MrWilliams

    MrWilliams Nov 24, 2013 Arizona

    Left Hand Milk Stout when its chilly, CCB FL Cracker when it's hot out, though Jai Alai might close the gap during summer time.
     
  23. BigCheese

    BigCheese Jul 4, 2009 Massachusetts

    Used to be Smuttynose Finest Kind.

    Now I go with Hoponious Union. Allagash white is a good blind/panic buy always too, less concern over freshness.
     
  24. c2mcclel

    c2mcclel Aug 22, 2012 North Carolina

    If it was cheaper, I'd have it more often....but amazing beer! ($13.99 four pack in Raleigh)
     
  25. finsfan

    finsfan Jan 27, 2014 Kansas

    Elevated IPA after coming back from NM 3-4 times a year.
    ODELL MYRCENARY! How was that not covered already.
    Tallgrass Ethos, excellent, piney hop bomb that is underrated.
    And the following. I may be a little biased, but that beer is about as good as Moo-Hoo. Plus its only $2.25 including tax for 16 oz, cant beat that.
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    photo (7)
    by finsfan02, on Flickr
     
    #145 finsfan, Feb 8, 2014
    Last edited: Feb 8, 2014
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  26. Dan269605

    Dan269605 Jul 10, 2013 Connecticut

    This. Lately.
     
  27. kjlcm

    kjlcm Jul 16, 2013 New Hampshire
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    Smuttynose Finest Kind - always so drinkable
    But their Durty is my latest go to until it is gone for the season. Love it
     
  28. mrkdwrds

    mrkdwrds Dec 2, 2010 California

    Modern Times Blazing World is becoming my new go-to. I love the 16oz can format, and it's such a recently-available beer in my area that it's fresh by default.
     
  29. GallowsThief

    GallowsThief Aug 3, 2010 Florida
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    Jai Alai or Maduro Brown depending on my mood. Cant really beat it.
     
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  30. Dan269605

    Dan269605 Jul 10, 2013 Connecticut

    Also, Founders Centennial, Long Trail Limbo, Victory HopDevil
     
  31. ScottieD

    ScottieD Jul 30, 2011 Connecticut
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    Gandhi-Bot and whatever else is up for growler fills at NEBCO.
     
  32. beergoot

    beergoot Oct 11, 2010 Colorado
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    Any of the Full Sail Session beers for lagers and Mid Mountain Mild Ale by Epic Brewing for my ale needs...

    All inexpensive, all tasty, all relatively low ABV for 'long-term' drinking sessions...
     
  33. Monstro

    Monstro Dec 5, 2009 New Jersey

    Colder months its Founders Porter, rest of the year its All Day IPA, although Jai Alai and Centennial IPA are a close second.
     
  34. dvmin98

    dvmin98 Nov 1, 2010 North Carolina
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    Ugh, yeah….$11.99 here in Charlotte…can't blame you though
     
  35. Stewmeister91

    Stewmeister91 Apr 7, 2008 New Jersey
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  36. Evahflow

    Evahflow Aug 13, 2013 Pennsylvania
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    Go to would be Victory Dirtwolf now that it's out and available year round. Green Flash Le freak or Ruination following close behind. If im grabbing a growler its usually East End Big Hop or the Harvest Hop when its available in the fall.
     
  37. Ernest_Hooper

    Ernest_Hooper Apr 23, 2012 Michigan

    I realized I don't really have a go-to beer anymore. The only one that sort of comes to mind would be Founders Porter, but I haven't even had one of those in several months. I have some go-to breweries for sure. Founders, Short's, Weihenstephaner, The Bruery, and I'll give a shot at anything that Oddside puts out to keep things interesting.
     
  38. sajaffe1

    sajaffe1 Feb 16, 2013 Utah

    Yuengling when I'm feeling cheap
     
  39. mbeerdino21

    mbeerdino21 Dec 24, 2013 New Jersey
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    I may be jaded being from the northeast, but holy shit, is there anything g better than a can of ANYTHING from sixpoint to wet you're whistle. Great line-up
     
  40. Hop-Droppen-Roll

    Hop-Droppen-Roll Nov 5, 2013 Minnesota
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    I do, but having 2 isn't a negative thing.
     
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