wild irish rose
I love trader joes barley beers. and brother thelonius.
Brother Thelonious has an awesome name and bottle, but frankly didn't impress me.
I know the feeling. At a bar it's one thing to order what's cheap. But asked what their favorite beer is, I immediately look down on anyone who responds with "budweiser" and to a lesser extent heineken. Some people genuinly like heineken, but most don't know what they're talking about. And if your favorite is bud, then you suck.Quote:
Originally Posted by sKratch
On a further note about Sam Adams. For all their colorful flavors, ads, and bottles, they're actually kind of bland. The black and the Irish Red are fucking awesome. I've had some cherry and blackberry Sam, and that was pretty good for what it was(not the biggest fruity beer fan). But I just recently had the coastal wheat, the Nobel Pils, and some Bolo(boston lager). All decent beers but none are very distinct compared to the rest of the market. It seems like they're just adding things to the same beer. Like diet coke with splenda.
Shock Top vs Blue Moon.
It depends on my mood, Although my usual is Stella, Red Stripe or Sol (More mellow than Corona in my opinion). You'll always find me with one of them! NOT if the place has Sailor Jerry's however!
two words: four loko.
Last night I had a hoegaarden with mint, sugar, and lime. It was like a beer mojito. Amazing. And to me, underrated. :)
I've recently started, and completed watching the TV series Dexter. He drinks this brand called Presidente, and I looked it up and it turns out that it's a real product...which surprised me a little because it shows Dexter turning to such websites as "Internet Search!" instead of a more valid search engine.
But anyway, I was intrigued enough to want to try it, but more research shows that it's made in the Dominican Republic and the only easy place to get it is Florida. Anybody try it ever? What's it Like?