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dvtaz
Conservative to the core and proud of it!
09:26 AM on 12/10/2012
All beers on that list are nothing but colored water to anyone that enjoys good beer. Charging a lot of money doesn't make it taste any better. Some of the Micro-breweries are making acceptable beer but not many. I'll take my home-brew over them any day.
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Bienville
Make levees, not war
09:25 AM on 12/10/2012
Only nine?
Sandmanj
Tread gently. Mother nature is pregnant.
09:03 AM on 12/10/2012
The trend is encouraging - perhaps more Americans are gaining a taste for real beer - microbrews and Belgian/Dutch/German beers - over the Janitor In A Tin Can swill they used to drink.
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Philip Andrew Hill
Tommy can you hear me? Can you hear me calling?
09:02 AM on 12/10/2012
Is it a bit odd that I have had at least 7 of these in the past year? And grew up drinking the other two, since they are what Dad kept in "his" fridge?
bluerednot
micro-bio remains empty
09:00 AM on 12/10/2012
Michelob kind of the "Mercury or Oldsmobile" of Beer - differentiated & pushed "up scale" predominantly by marketing ...
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AJ in ATL
34 years of being a Liberal and proud of it!!!
08:47 AM on 12/10/2012
There is a marketable trend in every one of those, they are domestic and cheap beers. Since the U.S. has gotten the Microbrew kick, cheap, badly tasting beer is no longer acceptable. Thank god for the Microbrews as they have really shown what beer can be if done correctly!
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JeffR1959
People only see what they are prepared to see!
08:47 AM on 12/10/2012
Concerning beer...

" This is grain, which any fool can eat, but for which the Lord intended a more divine means of consumption... Beer!"
-Robin Hood, Prince of Thieves, Friar Tuck

....Beer: Helping ugly people have sex since 1962!
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spinotter11
Spinning through life and trying to understand it.
09:32 AM on 12/10/2012
Why only since 1962? From the Wiki article on beer: "Beer is one of the world's oldest prepared beverages, possibly dating back to the early Neolithic or 9500 BC, when cereal was first farmed, and is recorded in the written history of ancient Egypt and Mesopotamia."
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GaPony
Chickenhawks only think they're heroes
09:48 AM on 12/10/2012
Pollsters didn't start asking the question until 1962.
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loopsparky
Insert pretentious Latin phrase here
10:52 AM on 12/10/2012
You must try Midas Touch from the Dogfish Head Brewing Company. Reversed engineered from vats found in the tomb believed to be that of King Midas. Thousands of years old. Smooth, delicious beer.
08:26 AM on 12/10/2012
In college we had a beer that came in 11.5 oz. bottles instead of 12 oz. The reason was the bottom of the bottle was indented as a bottle opener so when you were done with your beer you could open another one with your empty bottle. What was the name of that beer?
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andycooke
I'm just here for the yummy
09:02 AM on 12/10/2012
I have no idea, but you get the award for the best question on a Monday morning.
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nfatt1
Liberty, Equality, Fraternity
09:06 AM on 12/10/2012
Didn't you just twist the cap ?
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Bienville
Make levees, not war
09:23 AM on 12/10/2012
There was a time before twist-off caps.
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spinotter11
Spinning through life and trying to understand it.
09:33 AM on 12/10/2012
You are showing us that you have never experienced a real beer! Twist caps are cheap and tawdry.
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brewme
it's not about the tea, it's about the beer ...
08:26 AM on 12/10/2012
American beer does not fit the definition of "beer" - colored water is closer to it ...
08:26 AM on 12/10/2012
Light beer is nonsense, if you're going to drink, have something with FLAVOR. BTW, the Brooklyn and Ommegang breweries of NY make great stuff....
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brewme
it's not about the tea, it's about the beer ...
08:25 AM on 12/10/2012
the best beers in America are the one's imported from europe - i am speaking with authority here - just look at my username! ...
07:50 AM on 12/10/2012
As an ex-pat Brit, I will stick mostly to imported English beer, but if I want a lager I drink Carlsberg, from Denmark. I'm not generally impressed by American beer.
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07:56 AM on 12/10/2012
Smithwick's does Ireland proud.
09:55 AM on 12/10/2012
I lived in the UK, most of what i saw in today's incarnation of pubs was Stella Artois (aka wife beater) and some crappy corporate 'speckled hen' ale. I would suggest there are about 100 breweries here that can do a brown ale just as good as there. Sam Adams lager blows Carlsberg off the planet
pup sydney
needs of regular folks, Italy; cancer;
07:11 AM on 12/10/2012
Moretti Rossa
The best for men that can handle things
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osofar
America once was exceptional, and could be again,
07:09 AM on 12/10/2012
Alpirsbacher Klosterbrau with the laughing monk on the label from Southern Germany. I haven't been able to find it since 1977. Do they still make it? Where can it be found?
07:21 AM on 12/10/2012
Yes they do. I don't know where you can find it but you can find the empty bottles in my recycling container.
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06:58 AM on 12/10/2012
But the more you drink, the better it tastes! Unless it comes back up.