Thread: Gridiron, TX?!?
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Old 08-03-2007   #62
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Originally Posted by shinerbock_girl View Post
Your the second on that mentioned this particular beer Yuengling...One guy swears its the best ever but you can rarely find it around here...Isn't it a belguim beer???
Yuengling(pronounced Ying-Ling) is a local beer, made in Pottsville, PA. Its not quite a hearty as Shiner, and it is definately not the best ever. Its a traditional amber lager. Most people who traditional drink american macrobrews (bud, miller) like that because the taste is better but not overpowering for someone who has not experienced different brews. It is good and I drink it quite often at a bar because a good bit of the time it is placed in the same price as regular domestics, but tastes much better. Still, shiner is much better in all aspects.
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