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    #16
    I’m simple, I stick to Bud Light, Mich Ultra, or if I’m living the old glory days.. keystone light.

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    • Oak Smoke
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      I should have known the one I would agree with would be from Oklahoma. Boomer Sooner!

    • JustKyle
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      Oak Smoke good taste in beer, great taste in ball teams.

    #17
    Bud Wise er

    But I also love good amber beers like Bass Ale and such.
    Not a fan of citrus or fruity beer.

    Also at Christmas the guys in the family indulge in anything and everything that’s festive.

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      #18
      Yeungling for domestic

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        #19
        Miller High Life Light!

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          #20
          I'm not particularly picky, but I tend to not like IPAs. They're too hoppy for me.

          In the winter one of my favorites is Einstock Toasted Porter. In the Summer I love Landshark or Kona Brewing company Island lager.

          My dad really doesn't drink beer so I had no real influence from him, and I didn't start drinking until I was almost 22, so my taste was heavily influenced by my hipster friends lol. I started off as an exclusively hard liquor/cocktail guy, but now I love trying new beers. I even finally broke down and started drinking hard seltzers which are great summer time drinks too 🤣

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            #21
            All over the map. Generally an amber ale guy, but I have Guinness in the fridge right now. I like some of the Brit bitters, not an IPA fan. Heineken or something like it maybe on a hot thirsty afternoon. I’ll be bringing some Thirsty Goat to the Rainbow Courts.

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              #22
              "the Silver Bullet" - Ice cold Coors Light, bottles only, no cans

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              • Panhead John
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                We could be brothers from another mother. Ice cold Silver Bullet for me too....but cans, no bottles.

              #23
              Labatt Blue in cans and if that’s too expensive then a PBR in a can is my second choice.

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                #24
                Like Texas Larry I'm all over the map. Go to the LCBO and shelf shop, if I see something interesting I bring it home.
                A few, I'll call them regulars, PBR, Kilkenny, Red Stripe, Port Credit Brewing.

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                  #25
                  Used to be American, extra-hoppy, IPA (my IPA - HopTown IPA - won a gold medal at the Great American Beer Festival and Best of Show (and Gold) at the California State Fair). But these days I look for a good Kolsch, when I am in the rare mood for beer. The best Kolsch is Früh from Germany, but Chang (a Thai beer) is a close second even though it's not actually a Kolsch.

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                  • Bkhuna
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                    First had Kolsch in Cologne, German,. Man can they go down easy and all those little glasses add up fast.

                  • mgaretz
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                    It was likely a Fruh as that’s where they are.

                  #26
                  My lawnmower beer is Samuel Adam Boston Lager. Not too filling.

                  But when I want to savor, I usually end up with with Weihenstephan Original Helles or their Kristallweissbier.

                  I also am a fan of Sierra Nevada and tend to buy the Pale Ale more than any other style.

                  Anything that isn't the usual American craft IPA. 95% of them taste like PineSol®

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                    • mgaretz
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                      Oh yes. Love a draft Guinness!

                    • bardsleyque
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                      is that Thomas the Tank engine?

                    #28

                    Craft beer fan. Love most styles but mostly IPAs. West Coast over hazy IPAs. Saisons, Pilsners, Belgian Tripel, Stouts, Golden Ales, Browns, ESBs, Porters, as long as it's well made I'll drink it.

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                      #29
                      My liver doesn’t like wheat beers, but we don’t get along anyway.

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                        #30
                        Lately I've become fond of the variety packs from Anchor Brewing Company. Includes a lager, pilsener, hazy IPA and their original steam beer. I like them all, and enjoy the variety.
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                        • smokin fool
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                          Those variety packs are popping up more and more around here too.
                          Problem is there's always one beer your wouldn't pour in the flower planters its so bad.

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