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Old 09-04-2014, 09:36 PM   #111
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I guess I'm the cheap one here. I bought a 12 pk of Miller High Life bottles today after work (on sale). But I still find I enjoy them immensely! You all are drinking primo beers!
There is nothing wrong with Highlife!!!
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Old 09-04-2014, 10:50 PM   #112
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I guess I'm the cheap one here. I bought a 12 pk of Miller High Life bottles today after work (on sale). But I still find I enjoy them immensely! You all are drinking primo beers!
Bill, your not alone on the standard beers at all, we just post the premium beers.
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Old 09-05-2014, 04:09 AM   #113
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being that its not but 6 oclock am here , I'm having bourbon and coke , it taste like it hasn't been thru the horse yet .
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Old 09-05-2014, 07:25 AM   #114
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I guess I'm the cheap one here. I bought a 12 pk of Miller High Life bottles today after work (on sale). But I still find I enjoy them immensely! You all are drinking primo beers!
The real advantage to drinking Miller High Life is that you can buy it almost anywhere. Try that with your primo beers.

I like Miller High Life, but I also have a case of Eliot Ness that's made by Great Lakes Brewing Company in Cleveland, OH (along with Edmund Fitzgerald and several other varieties) along with a case of Yuengling Black & Tan. However, they're "sippin' beer" as I call them and are harder to come by once you're out of the area where they're produced. To drink a "sippin' beer" with something mundane like a pizza or hoagie would be downright insulting, not to mention wasting a good beer.
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Old 09-05-2014, 07:46 AM   #115
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New Belgium Brewing Co. Fat Tire Ale - Fort Collins, CO
Delish!
Now if they would just get someone to distribute this to the North East...have to "import" it from the south when I go.
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Have any of you noticed how many Micro-Breweries there are nowadays? Here in NW AR, they're poping up all over the place (probably because of the University). Some are really good but some are really bad. A couple months ago I stopped at the PEI Brewing Company (in PEI ) for a tour and some brew. The tour was nice, the facility was top notch but the brew...well, lets just say, it was less than impressive. I had to get back to the RV and have some Bud Select just to make sure my taste "buds" weren't going bad .
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Yuengling Lager is my preferred beer. Canadian is my Whiskey - with cheap Vodka as my second place choice.
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I picked up a case of Wanderlust 2weeks ago when I drove through Portland. I tasted it on tap in Brookings, Or. At the Public House and just loved it. This is by far the best IPA I have enjoyed over the years.
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