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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by RoCkstAr256, Feb 21, 2020.
My two go to's
Beer, to me, is nothing more than an alcohol delivery system so whatever is cheap and won't make me gag is fine.
PBR, Rolling Rock, Bud, Kronenbourg 1664 (when in France).
Thats a lot of Good stuff right there. Wish i could try these some day.
Orval, mentioned earlier, and:
Pale Ale is brewed to be bright and crisp. We dry hop with Cascade and Meridian hops to provide a floral aroma with elements of citrus and pine.
Dark Ale uses very dark, espresso-like roasted chestnuts and lentils along with dark
Belgian-style candi for a roasty flavor and aroma with notes of chocolate and dark fruits.
IPA No. 5 is brewed with roasted chestnuts, roasted lentils, and Belgian-style candi sugar. Crystal and Santiam hops are used during the boil and for dry-hopping. Crystal hops bring the classic Northwest IPA pine and citrus notes while Santiam adds hints of tropical and stone fruits.
Big fan of Gulden Draak here!
Rochefort 10 is arguably one of the best ever.
I quit in ‘11 but before that my three favorite beers were
If it met any of the above criteria it was my current favorite.
Probably why I had to quit.
But I’m honestly happy for y’all.
And since it’s Mardi Gras
Try yourself an Abita Brewing Company Jockamo IPA
Tell em Uncle Bill sent you.
They know what it means.
I really want to try their Pilsener, too.
My daily tipple. 8 cans £9.00 from Tesco. What's not to like?
Brewed from mountain spring water, in Germany's highest altitude brewry (1000m / 3281 feet) . An excellent beer!
Their premium lager in the swingtop bottles is pilsner.
Their weizen is a better drink IMO, although the quality has dropped since Grolsch became another acquisition of InBev
Hope your daily tipple isn't 8 cans - or if it is, please seek professional help. Thumbs up to the Hen though
Theakston's Old Peculier
... will be considered in the absence of Ringwood's Old Thumper or FortyNiner.
I've enjoyed this ESB for years, it's always been in my rotation of favorites but right now it's my #1 in tribute to Carol Stoudt, a very nice lady who has closed her small brewery so she can retire. I have good memories of going to Stoudts and greatly appreciated a small place brewing an ESB for so long. Here's to you, Carol.
I don't drink much beer anymore. As I have gotten older, and the beers have gotten heavier, beer just seems too filling. I have 4 batches of beer in bottles right now (porter, ESB, Maerzen and pale ale) and they will be around for a long time. I am more much likely to drink bourbon.
That said, my favorite beer is Fuller's ESB. It has a beautiful balance of the malty sweetness and the hoppy bitterness. When Mrs. Califiddler and I visited London about 5 years ago I insisted that we go on the tour of the Fuller's brewery in Chiswick.
In general I do not like the West Coast IPAs. Much too hoppy for me.
That’s beer from my local area. It’s decent though. As far as Dutch beer goes; I’d recommend Hertog Jan.