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    Let's talk about Beer, man!

    I like to have a beer every once in a while and I enjoy all types of brews. Sometimes I just want a refreshing beer on a hot summer day like Maryland's own Natty Boh, but sometimes I want a more elegant brew like Chimay Rouge.

    What are some of your favorites and why?



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    One of my favs is this:


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    currently having one of my favs


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    Quote Originally Posted by james View Post
    currently having one of my favs

    My man!

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    Maryland's Own



    I stole the beer cap thing from James

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    Buuuuuuuuurp!!!!!!!


    Only beer for me!

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    Another locally brewed gem, Evo Primal Pale Ale


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    From the Land Of Sky Blue Waters....



    Not being snarky fellas..... I just really like a nice cold American Lager...

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    Quote Originally Posted by SuperFly53 View Post
    From the Land Of Sky Blue Waters...
    I don't really drink it, but I have to give a big thumbs-up to your choice!
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    The brewery is maybe 15 minutes away, great place to hang with friends and drink a few of these:

    Be.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Serious Poo View Post
    The brewery is maybe 15 minutes away, great place to hang with friends and drink a few of these:

    Lucky

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    Not much of a beer drinker, but I had a Newcastle last night that really helped cool the 100 degree Las Vegas heat.

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    I had a beer last night. It was good.
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    I enjoyed the murky goodness of this Leinenkugal


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    Quote Originally Posted by Shawn@PRS View Post
    I enjoyed the murky goodness of this Leinenkugal

    In college that was known as the Fruity Pebbles beer. Tastes exactly like the cereal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shawn@PRS View Post
    I enjoyed the murky goodness of this Leinenkugal

    Leine's makes some good brews. Might just have to have one in a cold, frosty glass tonight... gotta stay hydrated in this heat!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shawn@PRS View Post
    I enjoyed the murky goodness of this Leinenkugal

    Got a couple of these in the fridge right now. Great beer!
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    Mmmm beer....

    I have been brewing, both home and pro, since '89. Love it, love the process... Right now I have an Irish-style dry stout and a doppelbock (brewed in the lighter colored Maibock style) in my keg fridge. Here are some pics of other recent brews:

    Oktoberfest



    Falconer's Flight Red Ale (Falconer's Flight is a hop blend named for the late Glen Falconer, a brewer from the northwest. Glen was a buddy of mine and I really miss him. This beer was a tribute to him)



    Helles-ish ... sort of toes the line between a Helles and a German Pils, but made with ale yeast



    Here is me, white shirt, on the opening day of my first brewmaster's position... fall '96

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    OH, in answer to Shawn's original question;

    I LOVE Sweetwater 420. I think it may be the best beer in America right now... it is refreshingly citrusy from (presumably) the Cascade hops, perfectly balanced between malt and hops with just enough bitterness to finish dry and make you want to keep drinking... the body is light enough to make a great lawnmower/poolside beer while still having FLAVOR... alcohol content is in the sessionable range... just an all around great beer. Highly recommended

    BTW, Shawn, didn't know you homebrewed... Nice! Are you on HBT? My screen name there is wailingguitar

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