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    Default This is the best beer ever

    But you have to live in Wisconsin to be able to buy it.

    [web:ad893f53a8]http://www.newglarusbrewing.com/beers/spottedcow.html[/web:ad893f53a8]

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    I'm gonna have to agree. My ESFj boss and I inspected a bar, and at the end the client offered to buy us a drink. I said I'd get whatever my boss was having, cause I knew it would be good if he said it was, and it was the best beer I'd ever had.
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    It tastes like Heaven. It's like peaches and nuts and the world's best barley and malts combined into the best drink of our time.

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    I'm a big fan of Sam Adams beers in general. Hefeweizen is really good, as is Boston Lager (of course). But I think the best beer I've ever drank was Warsteiner Premium Verum.
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    i am piss drunk, it is hard to spell.. aahahah/. beer b damned, pour spirits down my head.
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    Oregon has the best beer in all the US.
    I guarantee it.

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    This one got me through many a night in South Africa:





    The best in southern Africa, by the Namibian brewers. In Namibia you have the best African beer generally imo.
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    Spain has some pretty nice lagers, in my experience.
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    I've had Warsteiner before, and it's great, but I think I'd rank Spotted Cow a little bit higher. It's so good it's practically not even beer. You taste it and go, "what is this?!!!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by cracka
    Oregon has the best beer in all the US.
    I guarantee it.
    Everyone's going to think their state or country has the best beer (and we're not talking about macro brews).

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    Send a case or two to your dear old friend.
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    It would probably be flat by the time it got to you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Joy
    It would probably be flat by the time it got to you.

    If it's in bottles?



    Anyhow, I just read over the beer discription and it has a pretty low alcohol by volume I'd say O_o
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    Quote Originally Posted by cracka
    Oregon has the best beer in all the US.
    I guarantee it.
    I agree. I just got back from the Hawthorne District. The Black Butte Porter made me think I could live out my days in Portland drinking nothing but dark beer (and generally, i don't care much for beer).

    Now I actually see why it's the city of beer and books.
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    Perhaps a silly question --

    Are beers with 9% alcohol common in the US? There are a few in Belgium, I like this one:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Expat
    Perhaps a silly question --

    Are beers with 9% alcohol common in the US? There are a few in Belgium, I like this one:

    Definitely my favourite kinds (the 9 percent). Eaiser to get drunk.
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    I hate most American beers, or at least the major manufacturers, so if I drink American beer it is generally locally brewed stuff, which usually the safer bet. I also enjoy German beers, which were the first beers to which I was exposed, as well as many a English and Irish beers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Expat
    Perhaps a silly question --

    Are beers with 9% alcohol common in the US? There are a few in Belgium, I like this one:

    Nope. Almost all beer here is between 4% (for some of the light beers) and around 7% for the darker, more expensive micro brews.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Logos
    I hate most American beers, or at least the major manufacturers, so if I drink American beer it is generally locally brewed stuff, which usually the safer bet. I also enjoy German beers, which were the first beers to which I was exposed, as well as many a English and Irish beers.
    Yeah, American macro brews taste like urine smells. The only macro brews I'm able to really tolerate are Budweiser (nice mild flavor that disappears quickly) and Rolling Rock (so bitter and pale you feel bad ass for drinking it).

    Some of the smaller beer makers around here have produced some of the most amazing beer I've ever tasted, so it's a shame that America has a bad reputation among beer snobs abroad.

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    A reputation for bottling gnats' piss and calling it beer, you mean?
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    Quote Originally Posted by KSpin
    A reputation for bottling gnats' piss and calling it beer, you mean?
    Hey, you guys buy it too.

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    coors, new belgium both brew beer very close my hometown- it is easy to get nice tasting beer in wyoming.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FDG
    Quote Originally Posted by Expat
    Perhaps a silly question --

    Are beers with 9% alcohol common in the US? There are a few in Belgium, I like this one:

    Definitely my favourite kinds (the 9 percent). Eaiser to get drunk.
    i only just saw a 9% for the first time in the united states. anyhow, i tried it and it was delicious. it was at a pub that was having a beer-tasting festival, sort of a special thing over here for beers to be +4%.

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    Quote Originally Posted by reyn_til_runa
    Quote Originally Posted by cracka
    Oregon has the best beer in all the US.
    I guarantee it.
    I agree. I just got back from the Hawthorne District. The Black Butte Porter made me think I could live out my days in Portland drinking nothing but dark beer (and generally, i don't care much for beer).

    Now I actually see why it's the city of beer and books.
    Plus the fact that there are about 10 different festivals dedicated to alcohol that take place throughout the year just in Portland...
    The best of which is this weekend down on the waterfront. I've went the last two years and it's always been a great time.
    http://beeradvocate.com/events/info/11366

    I actually hated Portland for about the first year after moving here from Arizona. Now when someone asks me why I like Oregon my typical response is "the beer. I love the beer."

    As for this comment:
    Everyone's going to think their state or country has the best beer (and we're not talking about macro brews).
    I have had beer from many many places and I am somewhat of a beer snob now...lol
    As far as the amount of different and great tasting beer from one area to choose from, Oregon is on top of the list. Hell, throw Oregon's Pinot Noir wine in there and it's THE place to be an alky.

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    Quote Originally Posted by implied
    Quote Originally Posted by FDG
    Quote Originally Posted by Expat
    Perhaps a silly question --

    Are beers with 9% alcohol common in the US? There are a few in Belgium, I like this one:

    Definitely my favourite kinds (the 9 percent). Eaiser to get drunk.
    i only just saw a 9% for the first time in the united states. anyhow, i tried it and it was delicious. it was at a pub that was having a beer-tasting festival, sort of a special thing over here for beers to be +4%.
    It's rather rare to have a really good tasting beer that's that high in alcohol content but the ones that are tasty will rock you...lol

    Most of the microbrewers and homebrewers here keep it around 6-8% and typically only the winter beers will normally venture more around the 9% range since they are a usually a much heavier beer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by heath
    coors, new belgium both brew beer very close my hometown- it is easy to get nice tasting beer in wyoming.
    New Belgium makes a few really good beers that I have been known to drink.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Diana
    My dad makes good beer, and some of them are pretty high alcohol content.

    When we used to live on Hwy 89 on the way to the Downs, there was a little liquor store there that would fill up with Utah cars, because they only sell 3.2 beer there, and not much of anything else, so when they'd come to WY, after gambling on the horse races, they'd meet another one of their secret vices and stock up . . . and then pretend to be good little Mormons the rest of the week, teeheehee (that last part is pure conjecture :wink: )

    Something fun that we used to do when all the cars were pouring by... my little sister had this doll that was bigger than her, and looked like a kid. My mom, sisters and I would stand on the porch, and we'd perch the doll on the rail and have it jump off at random times. Then we'd all act terrified as though a little kid had just jumped off the edge of the porch, and go screaming and running after it. We'd be laughing hysterically all the way back up, ready to do it again.
    A well-made, fresh home brew beats just about anything mass manufactured. This guy that used to work for my dad brewed his own beer and brought it to our house in IBC bottles Fuckin amazing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by discojoe
    Quote Originally Posted by Logos
    I hate most American beers, or at least the major manufacturers, so if I drink American beer it is generally locally brewed stuff, which usually the safer bet. I also enjoy German beers, which were the first beers to which I was exposed, as well as many a English and Irish beers.
    Yeah, American macro brews taste like urine smells. The only macro brews I'm able to really tolerate are Budweiser (nice mild flavor that disappears quickly) and Rolling Rock (so bitter and pale you feel bad ass for drinking it).

    Some of the smaller beer makers around here have produced some of the most amazing beer I've ever tasted, so it's a shame that America has a bad reputation among beer snobs abroad.
    When I was in Germany, the common expression was "American beer is like sex in a canoe; it is fuckin' too close to water."
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    THE BEARD HEARD HIS MOVEMENT AND MADE AN ATTACK RUN BUT DID NOT ACTUALLY ATTACK HIM

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    ^local and delicious






    ^i can drink loads of this

    ^this too, kind of sick of it












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    does it suck combing the vomit from your hair each morning?
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    Quote Originally Posted by heath
    does it suck combing the vomit from your hair each morning?
    Does that happen to you?

    That has never happen to me. Not yet anyway.
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    I don't drink THAT much....
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    oh i know. but what else can we assume from your post? anyway. i've only woken up once with vomit hair. I was 16 or 17 and drank lots and lots of vodka and tampico orange drink in my friend's basement. i later blacked out and vomitted on a pillow. my friend led me to the bathroom where i vomitted more.
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    Quote Originally Posted by heath
    . but what else can we assume from your post? .
    That it is a list of my favorites?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Khamelion
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    . but what else can we assume from your post? .
    That it is a list of my favorites?
    that isn't someting we assume. that is something that is clearly defined.

    here are a few assumptions you could use:

    "You can assume that i enjoy a variety of beer."
    "That despite my love of many beer, i drink in moderation."
    "that i made all of that up and really don't love beer."
    "my boyfriends is the real drunk."
    etc
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    Quote Originally Posted by heath
    Quote Originally Posted by Khamelion
    Quote Originally Posted by heath
    . but what else can we assume from your post? .
    That it is a list of my favorites?
    that isn't someting we assume. that is something that is clearly defined.

    here are a few assumptions you could use:

    "You can assume that i enjoy a variety of beer."
    "That despite my love of many beer, i drink in moderation."
    "that i made all of that up and really don't love beer."
    "my boyfriends is the real drunk."
    etc


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    While some people have already answered this on their own accord: What are your favorite beers?

    In addition to the local brews I can find in tap rooms, pubs, and breweries, I enjoy Beck's, Guiness, Spaten, Yuengling, Warsteiner, Bass Ale.
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    Guinness and Spotted Cow are my favorites.
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