My preference is any beer that is cold, wet, (preferably comes in a large pitcher) and is bought for me by someone else
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Right now, Southern Tier is my favorite brewery. I especially like their Creme Brule beer. Any of their offerings are outstanding.
Moose Drool at the moment.
Oh, this Twinkie thing, it ain't over yet. -Tallahassee
Rochefort 10 is my favorite, but I rarely drink it due to it's cost. My favorite "regular"beer is currently Founders Porter.
"Be careful where you fish, who you fish with, and what you catch."
Currently, Bells Hopslam. Delicious!!!
de dolle dulle teve without a doubt best tripel in the world
Just finished a Hop Stoopid from Lagunitas Brewing Company.
hoppy goodness with 102 Aibu.
Weihenstephan Vitus. Its a delicious Weizen Bock. I like it best around 45-50 degrees, the flavors mellow and really pop out! Drink any TRUE weizen beer cold and it is not a good taste, IMO. Cold beer is a selling point for crappy american lagers :)
Goose Island Pere Jacques is also delicous!
I don't drink a whole lot of either, but on occasion I splurge and buy a bottle. I mostly drink my homebrew unless I am out to dinner. No reason to buy beer when there is homebrew around :)
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was just pif'd bourbon county stout by a friend...he says it is his favorite, but i can't seem to bring myself to drink it at the price it is going for on ebay....i feel like if i don't like it, then i should return the unused to him
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This is difficult. I drink a lot of my own homebrew as well as a huge variety of other, mostly California-brewed beers. The one brew I think I'd prefer to have in my fridge at all times, as non-extreme as it is, is Anchor Brewing's Anchor Steam Ale.
The one in front of me!
I've been on a Belhaven Scottish Ale kick lately. Love the draught cans.