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    steel reserve. it's some cheap ass shit, but i swear by it.


    DEFY SOME GRAVY DOGGGGGGGGGGGGG.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rag Doll View Post
    Leinenkugels! especially for all you people that enjoy Blue Moon. Try the Sunset Wheat, it's pretty swell. Light and fruity. numnumnum.
    I guess I come from Wisconsin, where Leinie's is from, but I definitely don't think it's underrated, haha. It must be different out East... cause here Leinie's is on tap everywhere all the time. But... I agree that Sunset Wheat is some good shit.

    Also, Leinie's Summer Shandy = <3. Closest thing to a commercial American radler I've found. Awesome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rag Doll View Post
    Leinenkugels! especially for all you people that enjoy Blue Moon. Try the Sunset Wheat, it's pretty swell. Light and fruity. numnumnum.
    I just had some of that tonight! It was damn good!
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    yeah, llamas, like no one here has heard of it. i only know about it because of working in a liquor store with a bunch of guys REALLY into beer.

    i guess it's all about the dream

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    Milk Stout from Left Hand Brewery in Denver, CO
    its just flawless, and its NOT recomended for people who likes to chug beers like Budweiser, Heineken, and so on, its a perfectly balanced stout and its just great!

    Brahma from Brazil is another GREAT brew, thats more on the Pils side though, it goes down EASY. but at the same time it tastes something
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    Heineken is awesome, one of my all-time favorites. In my country it is definitely not underrated, I would say the opposite, if someone has a Heineken, they look at him like "ooh look what a snob"

    Quote Originally Posted by Drafan View Post
    From 95% I drink beers from our local brewery www.holba.cz not everybody from other regions likes them, but I do. Others are occasionally Budweiser, Pilsen, Kelt or some specials.
    Holba looks fantastic. Bring some samples to RFP

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    Heineken smells like how I'd imagine dog piss.

    but has anyone of you ever tried Swiss beer like Eichhof, Feldschlösschen or Cardinal?

    And does anyone know the german beer EKU? That's very good.

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    The draught is the shit.

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    Blue Moon in all its forms is delicious, and Sam I second your Sam Adams votes. I don't care it's a big name, I lived in Boston for a bit and it reminds me of being there since eeeeverybody drinks it.

    Some of the NYC local brews are really good. Brooklyn Pennant Ale is grreat, as is most everything Six Points. There's a great store in Park Slope called Bierkraft that stocks all this amazing shit. Sunny and I got tore up at Heartland Brewery once up on a time and they only pour their own stock.

    Other than that, my old standby is Amstel.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rag Doll View Post
    Harp Lager. I'm mainly a fan of wheat beer, but this is good.
    I really didn't know they exported that, it's brewed here and is my favourite drink. I'm not sure if the export is exactly the same or not...
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