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Discussion in 'The Breakroom' started by wykeite, Aug 20, 2007.
Looks like Jake is gonna fit right in. ;D
I cried when Castle Springs Brewery in nearby Moultonborough closed its doors a couple of years ago. Their Lucknow Porter was an all-time favorite of mine, and I enjoyed many a case of it.
Smuttynose Brewery in Portsmouth (also NH) makes a great Shoals Pale Ale that I am still enjoying, and their IPA is quite good, as well.
Beer seems to taste best as close to its origins as possible.
I love the story (and tell it as often as I can) of the brewers' convention in Amsterdam. When a few of the top people went for lunch, August Busch ordered a Bud, Adolph Coors ordered a Coors Light, and Arthur Guinness ordered a Coke. When they asked him why, he answered, "Well, if you blokes aren't going to drink beer, I won't either."
Welcome to EDCF, Jake! :highfive:
(good answer, btw) ;D
Sure, but who makes this?
New Belgium's Fat Tire
Around the latter part of the year, I like to get some of the Spaten Oktoberfest.
Very tasty stuff.....killed a few cases of it this summer
Neustadt Springs 10W30 Brown Ale.
A Belgian farmhouse style.
I'm quite proud of the fact that I have come kinda close to duplicating it in my personal brewery
I like the Begian brews in general, and the various Lambics and Guezes are a particular weakness for me.
You guys should go and venture to the local Filipino store in your area and get yourselves a bottle or can of San Miguel Pale Pilsen. An American friend goes here once and year and can't get enough of it...says it's one of the best beers he ever tasted...and he goes travelling all over the world.
The only thing is that San Miguel that you buy in the US will probably not taste like the one he had in, say Manila or Hong Kong. It's brewed differently in different locales.
Boy, San Miguel in Hong Kong... that brings back memories! I remember the draft San Miguel I used to have in the Chinery bar at the Mandarin hotel in HK. Went there on business regularly some years ago. Served in big pewter tankards. I can almost taste it now!
Anyone ever enjoy a San Miguel (or six) at Pauline's in Olongopo? (Talking the '60s, here!)
Cooper's and Sons or Samual Smiths. Or anything sweet, dark, and local. Excepting water I don't drink clear liquids.
Sam Adams. I hate my home town though, you can't even find it in the supermarkets.
I like Sam Adams too. I also forgot to mention Anchor Steam.
I enjoyed a couple of glasses of Boulevard Wheat a couple of evenings ago. Very crisp and smooth.
Wait, there's beer other than Guinness? ;D
Mmmmmm yummy stuff!
Right now I'm drinking a Sleeman's Honey Brown Lager.....also quite tasty :smitten:
Very tasty...... For "special" beers you almost have to "roll" them around in your mouth like a fine wine..... Nothing better!