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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by Bluego1, Nov 9, 2019.
West Coast IPA FTW!
Don't know if it's still made.....but Texas Pride was a REAL budget beer in the seventies.
I thought Point beer was the official beer of Wisconsin.
All the engineering guys I used to work with always put a 12pk of it in their suitcase when traveling. Not so much for the beer itself, but because their personal things always seem to expand on a trip, and they could use that extra space on the way home.
Personally, I wouldn't have given them credit for understanding the principle of 'displacement'.
Yup, Big Sky Brewery, about 90 miles from here in Missoula. They make the best Brown Ale this side of the pond, called, "Moose Drool". They became big about 15 years ago and now have their beer bottled in Portland, Or and built an amphitheatre on sight for hosting big concerts. Another brewery in Missoula is following the same steps.
Back in the '80s, Yuengling had a Porter that was as good as any Porter anywhere.
I have no idea what the pickup truck they have over AL represents.
I am originally from MO and they have Schafly over MO. That makes no sense. Up until they were bought by a foreign company the HQ of Anheiser Busch was in St Louis. It should be Budweiser or more locally Busch Beer. Those beers are still made there.
If you want to be literal, Victoria Bitter. And more specific to my city, Melbourne Bitter. We like to keep things simple down here in Southern Oz .
Looks like Virginia is represented by Starr Hill out of Charlottesville.
I hear you on that.
Michigan is Founders, though should be Bells.
Right now in Virginia, our State beer ( not making this up) is 'SELL THE TEAM'
from Harper's Ferry Brewery ( Purcellville, VA)
A commentary on the condition of the local NFL team!
Founders and Bells both make some top notch brews. Some of my favorites.
“Fire Dan Snyder” bumper stickers have been common for years. I gotta check this beer out, I’m not familiar with it.
"Mybrother and I used to think that drowning in beer would be heaven. This isn't heaven, this sucks!"
Thirty years since I've seen it and that line still sticks out.
Take off Hoser!
West Virginia is Bridge Works with a picture of the bridge over the New River Gorge.
Louisiana’s most popular are Abita and Dixie coming in at a very distant 2nd.
The Maine logo is Portland's Shipyard Export Ale.
Forget the lobsters and blueberries. We have breweries on every corner here.
Looks like Abita made it onto the map.
The “Great White North” album is pretty good also Geddy Lee is featured on the track “Take off”