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Favorite Ale/ Lager

Discussion in 'Amon Amarth' started by deth2naturalice, May 9, 2003.

  1. deth2naturalice

    deth2naturalice death by Bananas

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    I've been reading some methods on brewing techniques and I was wondering what some of the board viewers favorite drinks happen to be? I've been stuck on Hacker- Pschorr for a while now.
     
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    Laphroaig Brewmaster

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    I like natural ice :loco:
     
  3. deth2naturalice

    deth2naturalice death by Bananas

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    hahaha.... my roomates friend stayed at my house for a few weeks and all he ever drank was Natrual ice... at least 8 beers a day.. there was so much of that shit in my fridge that I couldn't fit any food and in trying the beer I discovered it's disgusting taste...hence my disgust.
     
  4. Patric

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    I drink Lager mostly. Preffered brews are Mariestads, Carl's Påske, Staropramen, Pilsner Urguell, Harboe and Grolsch. Though everything that's not too watery goes!
     
  5. Cimmerian

    Cimmerian bash master

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    hmmm grolsch. Mostly though, I like my pub ales, such as boddingtons, or you could just give me a nice creamy guiness any fucking day.
     
  6. Patric

    Patric Member

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    Guinness is ok, but man a nice fat Beamish or Murphy's is not bad either...

    NP: Dissection-Unhallowed
     
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    Cimmerian bash master

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    absolutley, murphys is a fine, fine beer. Im also quite partial to most any dark ale, most notably new castle.
     
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    Sumerian dave

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    My 2 favorite, right now, are Shiner Bock and Paulner's Heffeweissen.
     
  9. Patric

    Patric Member

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    New Caslte is excellent, cute bottle too. Ever tried Bishop's Finger? I think they put this Xmas-herb in it (don't know the English name for it, Ingefæra in Swedish), real special tasting.
     
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    TexunNYC SceneQueen Extraordinaire

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    Warsteiner, Paulaner & Spaten are my favs, but only if I'm in Germany, or on the beach in Florida.

    Otherwise, I'm a TECATE-kinda gal (gotta stay true to my Mexican roots!)
     
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    North Sea Stormrider Guitar Playing Viking

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    Molson Canadian for this side of the pond
    and Heineken from the other
     
  12. Cimmerian

    Cimmerian bash master

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    can't say I've had the pleasure patric...sounds intriguing though. I'm going to try this beer today called abbot's ale which my friend keeps trying to convince me is smoother than guiness...I'll believe it when I taste it.
     
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    Eisbär Natural Born Psycho

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    My fave beers are Holsten and Jever. Do somebody here know that stuff:rolleyes::)?
     
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    Odis New Metal Member

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    Holsten knallt am dollsten 8)
     
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    Just got back from a cold smooth Ottakringer. That shit is nice!
     
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    Cadarn Bestia Romana

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    Time ago I had this beer called Barbar (from Belgium I think...) with honey inside.REALLY GOOD!!!
     
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    Ah I don't like beer with many tastes. But I make a very good autumn drink with wine, honey, apples and cinnamon. Good stuff.

    Oh and remember that special herb I was talking about, in the Bishop's Arms beer? It's called GINGER.

    PS: Cadarn, if you wanna look up that beer you can find it (and all other sorts) here http://tolsun.oulu.fi/kbs/beer/kbsbeer_index.htm good luck!
     
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    Belgar The Wallonian Redneck.

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    Wow, what an interesting subject indeed, being from Belgium I ll rank my fav by country hehehe.

    Here in the US hmmm I ll pass, only good beer i have had could sierra nevada or sam adams

    Denmark, my choice goes straight to the Giraff or Elephant made by Carlsberg with the original glass, kick ass glasses btw.

    Guiness of course get's my vote fer Ireland

    Gordon Ale Scotch gets my vote fer Scotland

    Fin du Monde for Canada

    France goes that strong beer that has a lucifer ridin' the bottle (forgot the name)

    Germany hmmm they have qty but not quality, in my opinion, I could take Becks, but tis own by the belgians now

    Sweden, never had any swedish beer

    Belgium will always get my vote, nothing like drinking a beer named Lucifer, Judas, Oer Bier (whore beer), Divine, Delirium, Troll beer, Witches beer .... all ranking in the high 9% up to 13% gotta love it.

    Anyways, there are kick ass beer all over the world, Belgium gets the crown, just my 2cents :D
     
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    burning creation SUNSET DISTRICT INC.

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    Ill take a Guinness any day, acyually I just had some Irish kids steal me a 12 pack so Im set for tonight
     
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    burning creation SUNSET DISTRICT INC.

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    oh and Sierra Nevada's pretty good to
     

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