Do you have a Favorite Beer?


#1

Ale or lager?

Right now I like Buffalo Sweat, an oatmeal cream stout.

But

I discovered a saint whose friars brewed Doppelbock or double bock, a stronger version of traditional bock that was first brewed in Munich by the Paulaner Friars, a Franciscan order founded by St. Francis of Paula.


#2

Little creatures pale ale and duval


#3

Barq’s :smiley:

Minor FTW


#4

A whole world out there to explore. I am making a list.


#5

I am not able to drink beer or alcohol anymore due to medical reasons but I used to have my favorites when I did.

I used to like the lighter varieties.

I preferred imported beers here in the U.S.

One of my favorites was Japanese beer.

I really liked the Sapporo Premium Beer. It had a very light taste.


#6

I don’t like beer much.

I do enjoy Stella Artois ads. And they’re cidre is tasty.


#7

My go-to beer is Samuel Adams Boston Lager.

If I’m choosing among many beers I don’t recognize, I tend to look for the amber ale. I like the flavor and the fact that they don’t tend to go overboard with bitterness or sweetness. Basically, it’s a relatively safe option that tends to provide some really tasty beer.

I also have a fondness for really dark beer. At German restaurants, I often find myself asking for whatever dark lager they have.


#8

Brewdog Punk IPA is a real delight for the ole taste buds


#9

Ale.

Leinenkugel’s® Summer Shandy® :beers:


#10

Hang in there man, things will improve

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#11

Köstritzer Schwarzbier.
The one and only :slight_smile:


#12

High dollar, high alcohol, NW style IPA’s.


#13

I am fond of wheat beers (weizenbier, hefeweizen). Of those brewed in the US, I would choose Sierra Nevada Kellerweis. Of those brewed in Germany, I’ll have any, or perhaps tour the country trying a few in each locality, and some Pilsners as well.


#14

I’ve heard a lot of good things about Sierra Nevada Kellerweis, but when I had it, it had a taste that I can only describe as “spoiled beer”. Maybe something happened with the batch or in transit.

That said, in general, I’m not a huge fan of hefeweizens. While I was huge fan of them and other wheat beers when I started getting into beer, I eventually gravitated towards other styles. I’m not even sure how it happened. I think I just experimented for a little bit with other styles, decided to have a wheat beer, and wasn’t a huge fan anymore.


#15

So I am liking this Tallgrass Buffalo Sweat someone recommended. Thick, dark, mild. In a chilled mug on a hot day…Man!


#16

Oso Bueno
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An American Amber Ale from Houston’s own 11Below Brewing


#17

I live a stone’s throw away from the France-Belgium border. If you know anything about Belgian beer, you’ll understand that it’s impossible to have a favorite. :beer::grinning:


#18

Hat a great beer location!


#19

#20

Gösser Dark.


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