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Local: St. Arnold Art Car, Karbach Hopadillo
National: you mean like Budweiser or Miller ?? Confused
Foreign: Samuel Smith Pale Ale
 
Posts: 17679 | Location: Houston, TX | Registered: June 11, 2006Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Originally posted by smschulz:

National: you mean like Budweiser or Miller ?? Confused


It doesn't have to be an industrial swill.

I was more thinking national craft beer brands, Yuengling etc


 
Posts: 26236 | Location: Pennsylvania | Registered: November 12, 2007Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Local: Woodstock Brewery (NH) - Tie-Died Ale
National: Foster's Ale - Green Can
International: De Koenig (Netherlands)
 
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Only buy one -- Singha imported from Thailand.

In the past it's been Miller, Stella, Presidente, Red Dog, San Miguel and others but keep going back to Singha.

BTW -- great idea for a post.

Tinyman


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Local - Driftboat amber ale Great Northern Brewing
National - Sam Adams Octoberfest
Foreign - Samuel Smith Taddy porter
 
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Hard question to answer.
-Local- Founders Breakfast Stout or their Red's Rye IPA, depending on the day.
-National- Bell's brewery is an hour away so not really local, so I'll name Bell's Two Hearted. Otherwise I really like the Deschute's Fresh Squeezed to change things up.
-Foreign-Most any Belgian Tripel. Or good examples of such as Unibroue's "La Fin Du Monde".
 
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Local - Clubhouse DIPA. Double IPA
National - Guinness
Foreign - Guinness again although Hoegarden (funny name but not pronounced the way it's spelled) is a strong candidate.


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Local- Guinness cause its at my HEB
National- Guinness cause I can find it everywhere
Foreign - Guinness !



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I don’t drink as much beer as I used to, but here are some I like:

Local: Spotted Cow (New Glarus Brewin - New Glarus, WI)
National: Yuengling Traditional Lager (DG Yuengling & Son - Pottsville, PA)
Foreign: Asahi Super Dry (Asahi Breweries, Tokyo, JP)



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Posts: 2744 | Location: SE WI | Registered: October 07, 2010Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Local - Road 2 Ruin DIPA, Two Roads Brewing, Stratford, CT
National - if Bell's Two Hearted Ale doesn't qualify as national, then Sierra Nevada Pale Ale
Foreign- St. Bernardus Abt 12 quadruple, Belgium


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Posts: 1368 | Location: Stamford, CT | Registered: July 14, 2010Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Local: New Glarus Moon Man

National: Sam Adams Boston Lager

Foreign: Weihenstephaner Original Premium Bavarian
 
Posts: 4535 | Location: WI | Registered: July 02, 2006Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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The only beer I drink is Bud Light. All the craft beers are crap. Nasty tasting shit to be exact.

This area used to be full of breweries, probably the largest concentration in the country. But they all turned to crap and went away, thank God.

I try to avoid foreign made stuff, beer included. I buy American or I don't buy.


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Local: Devil's Backbone Earned Run Pale Ale
National: Pabst Blue Ribbon
Foreign: Kronenbourg 1664

Dining out though, it's usually a Stella I ask for.
 
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Local: 6AM pickers, Coffee Stout,Grove roots Brewery Winter Haven Florida

National: Martial Zhukoc, Russian Imperial Stout,Cigar City Brewing Tampa Florida

Foreign: 345 Stout,Stout, CayBrew Cayman Islands




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Posts: 1497 | Location: Central Florida, south of the mouse | Registered: March 08, 2010Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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With Mike:

Guinness
Guinness
Guinness

Sláinte!



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Local: Vlad American Imperial Stout from Royal Docks







National: 10W40 American Imperial Stout , from Hi-Wire Brewery







Foreign: Hoffbrau Octoberfest







Honorable mention ;
Hot Cocoa from SouthernTier Brewery
Best aperitif brew I’ve ever had.











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Local: Ghost River Riverbank Red. There are craft beers and Irish Red style beers I like more, but this one is brewed right down the street from my office and is quite tasty.

National. Fat Tire or Yuengling.

International: Weihenstephaner hefewiezen. Probably my favorite period, but only in the summer.

Honorable Mention Winter beers: Old Rasputin Imperial Stout. Celebrator.
 
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Local: Boneyard RPM IPA (Bend, OR)found everywhere on tap in the valley. Redhook ESB great not so local second, close to being a national, big production. Many, many great craft beers available damn near anywhere in Oregon. Couldn't swing a dead cat without hitting a brewery, shuttered or brewing. Sours are huge, and an acquired taste.

National: 10 Barrel Apocalypse IPA

Foreign: Negra Modelo Mexico Lager
 
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Local: New Glarus Bubbler (Hefe) or New Glarus Laughing Fox (Kristal)

National: Bell's Hopslam or DFH120 (both Imperial/Double IPAs)

International: Weihenstephan Hefe or Kristall
 
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Originally posted by redstone:
Local, DarkHollow
Nationals, Shiner Bock
Foreign, Old Rasputin


Old Rasputin is made in Northern California, USA by North Coast Brewing Co. It ain’t foreign.

Local - Bearded Iris Homestyle NEIPA
National - Cigar City Jai Alai IPA
Foreign - Unibroue La Fin Du Monde Belgian style triple

Honorable Mention has to go to New Belgium for their $1.50 pint cans of Voodoo Ranger Imperial IPA @ 9% ABV.
 
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