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Discussion in 'Woods of Ypres' started by David Gold, Nov 16, 2006.
Sleeman's Cream Ale, pretty good.
Currently drinking Sandels, named after a hero of Finnish war. Tastes... manly.
Currently drinking a six pack of Hoegaarden. I don't drink much nowadays so this is hitting me hard.
I don't drink very often, but when I do My beer of choice is Labatt Blue or Molson Canadian.
Stella Artois is my new favourite brew
Guys, home made beer is where it's at!!!
The latest batch my friends and I made is pretty sweet - literally. At the beginning we put in a bit of orange and some honey. Now it tastes pretty special. And for some unknown reason, it makes you dizzy like a motherfucker.
Been drinking Heineken of late, but I had some Sleeman something about a month ago and it was quite good, so I might have to try that out too. Oh, and some honey Steamwhistle, which was pretty good.
Unibroue's La Fin Du Monde is my beer of choice.
case of Carlsberg last night at band practice. good stuff.
So I had a Tankhouse Ale the other night (made in Toronto), my dad said that he had one sip of it a few weeks ago and couldn't drink the rest (and my dad drinks a LOT of beer, especially heavy stuff), but I loved it, it was nice and sweet. I also dig Heineken and Sleeman, and Guinness if I can get it.
So I went to Chicago, and there, I drank some beer. They have this thing called 'Samuel Adams' (http://www.samueladams.com) of which there is a series of 'Seasonal Brews'. The back of a bottle reads:
FALL - Octoberfest,
WINTER - Winter Lager,
SUMMER - Summer Ale,
SPRING - White Ale.
Those are some pretty good suggestions, and also pretty WOODS OF YPRES if you ask me. + Good stuff!
btw - I keep trying to tell myself to cut back a little, but it's just so delicious. Beer in general that is.
DG - \w/
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That beer sounds amazing. I'll have to try and get some if I go down to the U.S.
I usually just like to stick to my regular old moose head .
Have you ever tried Wackens own brand of beer? My friend brought some back when he went this past Wacken and gave me a couple. Theyre pretty good.
My favourite beer is a local brew called Phillips Double Chocolate Porter. Its really dark, but goes down very smooth and has a nice chocolatey kind of burnt (for lack of a better word) aftertaste. On Halloween I had a Scottish beer called McEwen's and damn is that shit strong! I thought I was drinking rum for a second. Another beer I enjoy is Rickard's White (and the Red is no slouch either). Stella Artois is probably my favourite European beer, but to be honest I much prefer Canadian beer over European beer. Also, I'm not really a big beer drinker I'd pick a joint over a beer anyday.
Lately I've been drinking either Steamwhistle Pilsner, Guinness Extra Stout, or Carib Lager (from Trinidad).
Steamwhistle brings the win!
Actually, out of those 3 I prefer the Carib. It has a more distinct taste and its cheap! But my band drinks Steamwhistle so thats usually we way it goes haha
Yeah I can ussually never afford steamwhistle...Lake Port it is..
A few days late but I just saw this thread...
I was in Frankfurt Germany this last Friday on my way back from Dubai and as soon as I got to the airport I had to have a Franziskaner weissbier. Sweet Oden, that's my favorite beer of all time, followed only by Hoegaarden from Belgium.
Perhaps I shouldn't admit it was only 7am...
Fuck it, it still ruled.