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Old 06-13-2020, 11:44 AM   #1336
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I like hearing about beers from other states. Everyone should be required to answer sdís question here, I think you asked the best question that has ever been asked on The Warpath except for maybe Question 3 or favorite pie.
It's crazy how booming the craft beer market is. San Diego alone has over 150 breweries. There are a lot of good ones here. Green Flash West Coast IPA is another favorite. Those pack a wallop though. Not your every day beer or watch with sports all day beer.

Drakes in San Leandro California (bay area) makes a great pale ale (1500) and IPA (Best Coast IPA).

I typically roam in the pale ale/IPA world. If I want to go something light and refreshing I like the Kona Big Wave Golden Ale.
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Old 06-13-2020, 11:47 AM   #1337
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Foggy bottom -wholly crap I havenít heard that name in many many years. It was them, Peteís, Sierra Nevada, Sam Adams, honey brown, bass and a local beer wild goose(?)

Beer for the rest of my life?

Pliny the elder ... still the best drinker beer. Sip of sunshine as well.

But I think Iíd go stout. Barrel aged first meal by RAR. Only had it twice but it left an impression
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Old 06-13-2020, 11:57 AM   #1338
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If I ever had the time or the money I'd love to spend a football season doing a football game in every SEC town with a stop at FSU.

Or just start in Florida and drive up the east coast trying different beers in every state. So many options and each area of the country (sometimes even different parts of 1 state) typically has their own unique takes on how to brew beers and the flavor profiles they have.
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Old 06-13-2020, 03:44 PM   #1339
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Foggy bottom -wholly crap I havenít heard that name in many many years. It was them, Peteís, Sierra Nevada, Sam Adams, honey brown, bass and a local beer wild goose(?)

Beer for the rest of my life?

Pliny the elder ... still the best drinker beer. Sip of sunshine as well.

But I think Iíd go stout. Barrel aged first meal by RAR. Only had it twice but it left an impression
If you recognize these beers, than you know ima hog in this game.

Wild goose...yup, good one from back in the day

Ugh honey brown was so effin disgusting. I think I puked from that one time back in the day
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Old 06-13-2020, 07:47 PM   #1340
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Great question SD!
Schneed a pils is an excellent choice. They are tasty and very hard to brew. If you found a good one stick with it.

For me I have a few additional criteria that I would add packaging should be available in both bottles and cans. I do some activities like rock climbing and mountain biking. Throwing bottles into a pack is a pain. It also has to ubiquitous enough that I can find it throughout the US when travelling. For me that has to be Sierra Nevada Pale Ale.
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Old 06-14-2020, 06:20 PM   #1341
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Foggy bottom -wholly crap I havenít heard that name in many many years. It was them, Peteís, Sierra Nevada, Sam Adams, honey brown, bass and a local beer wild goose(?)



Beer for the rest of my life?



Pliny the elder ... still the best drinker beer. Sip of sunshine as well.



But I think Iíd go stout. Barrel aged first meal by RAR. Only had it twice but it left an impression
Foggy Bottom was one of the First Beer that I ever had when I turned 21!

Foggy Bottom was actually one of my favorite beers when I was younger. It's too bad that it isn't around anymore.

BTW...to answer the original question...If I could only be allowed to drink one beer or other alcoholic drink for the reminder of my life...I'd have to choose Twisted Iced Tea. The reason is that I like the flavor and it goes well just about any food.
If I had to choose a beer only, that was the only alcoholic beverage I would be able to drink for the remainder of my life, I think that I'd have to choose Yuengling beer . The reason for my choice of Yuengling is that while it is a nationally available beer , it has the taste of a micro brew beer and it goes well with a variety of foods.

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Old 06-14-2020, 06:26 PM   #1342
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Ugh honey brown was so effin disgusting. I think I puked from that one time back in the day
LOL

That actually happened to me!

When I was a new drinker as a young man, I once drank a whole 6 Pack of JW Dundee's Honey Brown. Of course I got drunk and then I got sick I will never forget the gross after taste in my mouth each time I got sick
Now even the smell of a beer with honey in it will make me feel sick

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LOL

That actually happened to me!

When I was a new drinker as a young man, I once drank a whole 6 Pack of JW Dundee's Honey Brown. Of course I got drunk and then I got sick I will never forget the gross after taste in my mouth each time I got sick
Now even the smell of a beer with honey in it will make me feel sick

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Ditto...dude, I can smell it now and the same and want to throw up. Flavored beer was a way to lure cross over beer drinkers...I remember Oregon Beer company made a raspberry or blackberry ale...also Sam Adams made a like cherry wheat was crazy tasting.
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Ditto...dude, I can smell it now and the same and want to throw up. Flavored beer was a way to lure cross over beer drinkers...I remember Oregon Beer company made a raspberry or blackberry ale...also Sam Adams made a like cherry wheat was crazy tasting.
Yet every fall people here are talking about the Dark heavy beers / ales or the Pumpkin ones.
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