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    Brunhild's Avatar
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    Beer. Whats your favorite?
    I like beer a lot especially from the many micro breweries in the US. I also have a beer blog. So just throwing out there, whats your favorite beer? Favorite beer types? I go to World of Beer and am always looking for more to try.

    Ive been drinking a lot of IPAs lately, both the Boulder Mojo IPA, and Jai Alai by Cigar City are very good. Stouts and IPAs are pretty much my favorite types.

    Any recommendations would be awesome also, Im just curious as to what most of you guys like...
    my beer blog, BEERUKEN! www.beeruken.com

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    Jamaican Ginger Beer
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    Blueberry Ale by Atlantic Brewing Co, Bar Harbor ME is my favorite. Also really like Saranac's Irish Stout.
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    Currently running OS X 10.10

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    Bluegrass Brewing Company's Bourbon Barrel Stout is a fav. However, I have a lot. Belhaven's Best for session drinking but Belhaven's St. Andrews is my no. 1. I like most beer, and do tastings every week at a local huge liquor store who sports 40 taps and does classes and pairings.
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    Currently it's Samuel Smith's Nut Brown Ale. I like the brown ale's best, but I always venture into other styles to try them out. I am lucky to have a store, that carries over 400 different brews from around the world, with new selections every month.

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    Only 400? Check out the bar up the street from me: Sergio's World Beers The place is freaking awesome.
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    Shiner Bock brewed in Texas.
    Peroni from Italy.
    I've also had some really good beers from a brew pub in Northern Arizona (Flagstaff). Only ate there once but tried their sampler and chose 2 delicious beers from it. Flagstaff Brewing Company
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    Hobgoblin, but from the cask, not as strong as the bottled, but smoother by far, and lovely.
    I like a lot of beers from small breweries here too, too many to think of at the moment.
    Newcastle Brown Ale Always loved it.
    Used to love Double Diamond back in the day too.
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    gods i miss good cask beer. I drank my fill over my last trip to Scotland. we have one bar here who maintains one cask tap, but they only ever have one kind of beer in it and I miss the variety.
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    Living in ' Beer Paradise ' it is a difficult choice ...
    It is either West Vleteren or Maredsous, depending on the occasion.

    Cheers ... McBie
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    I forgot about Chimay Cinq Cent. It has a higher alcohol content. Brewed in Belgium, has a hint of clove. Very smooth and relaxing beer to drink.
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    Deckyon's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by McBie View Post
    Living in ' Beer Paradise ' it is a difficult choice ...
    It is either West Vleteren or Maredsous, depending on the occasion.

    Cheers ... McBie
    color me jealous.
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    As an Aussie beer gourmet and/or connoisseur, the best commercial US beer is Millers Genuine Draft.
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    +1 on Nut Brown Ale.

    But my absolute favorite was a batch of Porter I brewed many years ago. I gave some to friends and had numerous requests for a repeat. Next batch was decent but not quite as good.
    Haven't done any brewing at all recently, but every now and then I get a prod (like from this post) and think, "Why not?".
    I've always wanted to be smart, handsome and modest. But, I guess I'll have to be satisfied with two out of three . . .

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    I guess I don't really have a favorite, but I can't stand IPA's. The hoppy stuff makes me gag.
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