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As the father of a toddler I'm finally graduating from the standard beers with the word Lite in their name. These days I'm drinking more for quality than quantity.
Give me a list of must try beers. Go!!!
"Count it down with me. Five, four, three, two, one.
The national champion is clad in Big Orange!"
Sam Adams (Their Harvest Collection is a great assortment)
Good People IPA
Bell's Third Coast Ale
Dos Equis Amber
This post was edited by Tony_J 14 months ago
Anything from Bells, Founders, or Three Floyds.
Love a good Milk Stout... Lancaster Milk Stout in Lancaster PA is amazing.
Having lived in Indiana for some time now, 3floyds is definitely my favorite. I highly suggest Gumballhead or Dreadnaught. Dark Lord is my favorite of theirs, but they only usually sell it 1 day a year.
Also a fan of Upland Brewing Co., if anyone has heard of them. Another local Indiana company.
It's hard to believe that only 15 years ago most if these beers were not available or very localized.
Sierra Nevada Pale Ale
Yazoo Pale Ale
Great beer and on tap at a lot of places.
No. 1 favorite beer: Cold beer
All kidding aside, favorite is Harp.
Your team. All the time.
If you like harp have you tried a "Snakebite" ? Harp and strong-bow?
Try a place where you can buy one of each type, like a mix and match 6-pack. That's kind of what I always tell people. Find a style (Porter, IPA, Bock, Pilsener, etc.) that you like and then try different brands. You'll get better at recognizing the quality you're looking for. Don't listen to the "beer snobs" who tell you that you have to like a certain kind/style/brand. For instance, I saw some people who love Samuel Adams, but I don't. No biggie, everyone has their own tastes. I also don't care for wheat beers. Just not my thing. I love several styles of beer too.
Someone up top posted to go to a Microbrew/Brew pub and try several different styles. That's a great idea, IMO. You may find that you like stouts but don't care for IPAs. It's all about what YOU like. No pressure, just find what it is that suits you and have fun!!!
I bought some the other night called third shift i did not care for it at all I thought it was down right horrible. I have to say my fav's are miller light and dos equis. I also tried one called Redds its an apple ale its a little on the sweet side but not bad.
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