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Old 08-01-2007   #41
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I will be sure to tell him....They are trying to expand in that area...
When I found it I was en route to get beer for a family picnic, I was told Miller Lite pony keg, so on the way to the counter with the keg I saw Shiner and bought a case for myself and anyone who wanted to try it. Lets just say the Shiner was gone in 30 minutes and it was tough to get everyone to finish the keg. It went over real well. If he can swing more stores up here I will be sure to promote it. Cheers
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Man, I don't see how you guys can stomach Miller Lite and Bud, or most other American beers for that matter. I remember last season or the season before I took off and forgot my beer. Some in my tailgate offered me Miller Lite and I opted for water. I just can't drink that stuff. I am not trying to come off as a beer snob either. Those types of beers give me a headache and make me want to hurl, plus you have to drink 3 or more of them to get a decent "picker upper" going.

Now that I think of it, I want to thank those great guys at St. Arnolds in the Blue Lot. It's not a Texans Tailgate for me unless I go visit them and grab at least one St. Arnolds. Now that is GOOD beer.

BTW, my diss on American beers are the big name ones like Bud, Miller, Coors, etc. There are good American beers out there like St. Arnolds, Shiner, Sam Adams, and many other smaller micro brew companies. Most of these good beers use traditional European recipies and brewing techniques.
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Most of these good beers use traditional European recipies and brewing techniques.
Most of them do use old world techniques but for the last few years you have seen some things that arent quite so old world. I think many American microbreweries have tried to see how many hops they can cram into a bottle, where many old german beers relied on more of a malty charchteristic. I am also not a beer snob, I just enjoy trying different kinds of beer. If its free and cold (or if I am broke) I will go with a regular (I hesitate to use that word) beer. To be honest if I am buying I might just grab a PBR instead of miller, because its cheaper and the taste is not too different. Also, when I am fishing I drink Miller Lite because I can start at 7am with a beer and not be on the floor by 2pm. I miss St. Arnolds, I don't think I will ever see that up this way.
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Iron City is Pittsburghs equivilant to Lone Star. Yuengling is the semi-equivilant to Shiner (just not as good). It has been years since I have been to church brew works, but the concept of an alter filled with beer vats keeps the people coming.
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???
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i always enjoy beer talk, and this summer i was introduced to the New Belgium Brew. Co. in Ft. Collins, Colorado.

each of their beers, with the exception of the one made of organic wheat, was smooth and tasteful, even the dark beer and I don't drink dark beer much, but i would buy their dark beer.

if you see it at your grocery spend the extra dollar and try it out, i suggest Fat Tire it is their most popular selling brand and if you like that then expand to the rest.
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i always enjoy beer talk, and this summer i was introduced to the New Belgium Brew. Co. in Ft. Collins, Colorado.

each of their beers, with the exception of the one made of organic wheat, was smooth and tasteful, even the dark beer and I don't drink dark beer much, but i would buy their dark beer.

if you see it at your grocery spend the extra dollar and try it out, i suggest Fat Tire it is their most popular selling brand and if you like that then expand to the rest.
Hey, maybe we need to start a beer thread...lol...Then we could talk about everyones different beer taste....
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I love dark beer, especially Heinekin dark, I think that is the best dark beer made but very strong, stronger than shiner bock. I just think that dark beer is a little hard to drink on a hot day. I'd rather drink Bud select, or Bud. But dark beer does go down well on a cold day.
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Best beer ever is Pivovarna Lasko in Slovenia.

The last beer that made me go wow was Whale's Tale Pale Ale out of Nantucket. This thread has reminded me to check on its distribution as it was very limited four years ago.
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Gotta go with Shiner.

Grew up about 7 miles from the brewery. Can't beat the Premium (they call it blonde now) in a keg.

Now it is Bock for the most part, but I do miss the 97 from last year.
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If I'm drinking a lot, or it's hot, like at a tailgate or something, I'm drinking something light. Miller Lite is...umm...what I grew up on and is what you'll see me with most of the time.

When drinking for taste, my beer of choice is Red Stripe.

I like ambers and most darker beers. Dos Equis amber is another I like a lot.
When it's cold, something a little heavier will do, Chimay Ale (red label) hits the spot.

I've found that I generally don't care much for beers in a green bottle. Dos Equis would be an exception, but I prefer the amber.
Heineken is yuck, but I haven't heard of the dark. May have to try it.

Never cared much for Tecate or Corona.

Celis used to have a strawberry beer that was different and I was kinda getting used to, but I haven't seen it around in a while.

I don't like the aftertaste of the Budweiser beers. Bud light seems a little too dry to me.

I'll pretty much drink anything if you hand it to me, free beer is the best, with the possible exception of Coors. I'd have to be desperate and dying.
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Best beer ever is Pivovarna Lasko in Slovenia.

The last beer that made me go wow was Whale's Tale Pale Ale out of Nantucket. This thread has reminded me to check on its distribution as it was very limited four years ago.
Is it available here in the states???
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Gotta go with Shiner.

Grew up about 7 miles from the brewery. Can't beat the Premium (they call it blonde now) in a keg.

Now it is Bock for the most part, but I do miss the 97 from last year.
U and me both big guy...I loved the 97, The Bohemian Black Lagar...nothing like it...And we grew up not far from each other, since i was born and raised in shiner...Hey guys at least i can tell you the Brewmaster of Shiner brewery is the absolute biggest Texans fan.....He goes to as many games as he can....He has more Texans gear then me, and i thought that wasn't possible...Thats my Bro!!!!!!
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U and me both big guy...I loved the 97, The Bohemian Black Lagar...nothing like it...And we grew up not far from each other, since i was born and raised in shiner...Hey guys at least i can tell you the Brewmaster of Shiner brewery is the absolute biggest Texans fan.....He goes to as many games as he can....He has more Texans gear then me, and i thought that wasn't possible...Thats my Bro!!!!!!
I noticed "Shiner 98" at the Saucer, what is it?
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I noticed "Shiner 98" at the Saucer, what is it?
Every year Shiner celebrates their history of Shiner beer with an anniversary beer, counting from 1909 when Shiner started to 2005 was 96 years so the 96 was their first anniversary beer made......It was a Marzen Style Ale...And every year its a different beer...This year the 98 is a Bavarian style Amber...I'm not too keen on this one, a little bitter for me...Last years 97 was a Bohemian Black Lager and it was absolutely wonderful, you can ask V-man about it, it was his favorite beer...But its made in batches for that particular year then its never made again...That part I hate because if they would have kept the 97, that would have been my new favorite beer...It tasted similar to Samual Adams, only better..
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Yankee.... Give it a try, it is an Amber of sorts.. I like it..Shinerbock Girl would have better info on it, but it is really good. I tell ya, the Saucer is the place that has gotten me addicted to the Blue Moon...

Edit, she beat me to it.....Nice !
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I really like the shiner Korshe (sp) very smooth and not real heavy. I do drink budlight but I love trying new beers, but the only thing I worry about is trying them in a bar at moshere because I do not want to spen $4 bucks on a beer I am not going to like. It took me a long time to try Shiner until I went somewhere it was on tap and they gave me a shot of it to try.

Victory, I can not recall the micro that is up that way, but it is a very good tasting beer. At least 3 out of the 4 were. I have friends up in the Hersey area whom I try to visit once a year. Last year when I drove up to visit them I took 2 cases of Shiner with me, and brought two cases of the mixture back with me. But some friends got into and drink it all after being back for a month and a half. They did not realize it was not to be put out along with the rest of the bber for a party, and that I could not get any down here. I do not think I paid for a drink for quiet a while after that because they felt so bad.
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Every year Shiner celebrates their history of Shiner beer with an anniversary beer, counting from 1909 when Shiner started to 2005 was 96 years so the 96 was their first anniversary beer made......It was a Marzen Style Ale...And every year its a different beer...This year the 98 is a Bavarian style Amber...I'm not too keen on this one, a little bitter for me...Last years 97 was a Bohemian Black Lager and it was absolutely wonderful, you can ask V-man about it, it was his favorite beer...But its made in batches for that particular year then its never made again...That part I hate because if they would have kept the 97, that would have been my new favorite beer...It tasted similar to Samual Adams, only better..
Your brother should make a special batch of 97 for you and a few close friends. (it is the least a brother could do for his little sister). Doesn't even have to label it. Just brew and bottle, I am sure you could care less about the label.
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Yankee.... Give it a try, it is an Amber of sorts.. I like it..Shinerbock Girl would have better info on it, but it is really good. I tell ya, the Saucer is the place that has gotten me addicted to the Blue Moon...

Edit, she beat me to it.....Nice !
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