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    Posted: 03 August 2009 at 1:41pm
so here it is the middle of summer(if you count most days not reaching into the mid 80's summer) and im enjoying a tasty shocktop(yes its a michelob product, bite me) and i wonder what everyones favorite beer is, or bar in thier area and why. myself i love zoomer from the new hollard brewing company, or brassie blonde from the arbor brewing company. and the bar that takes the cake is ashleys in ann arbor, they have a 3 page menu of standard bar food, which is quite good, but their 10 page beer menu is a beer lovers dream. so post away guys and if theres something out there i need to try, please let me know.
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Arrogant Bastard is one of my favorites. Really anything from Stone Brewery. I love bitter ales.
Pretty much anything from Great Lakes Brewery (Christmas Ale is my favorite)
Lots of IPA's- Dogfish Head 60 Minute IPA, Brooklyn Brewery India Pale Ale are good.

I'm a big cider fan too. In fact, I think I'm going to pick up some Strongbow or Woodchuck, since those are the only ones I can find around here.

EDIT- I'd like to add Samuel Smith Oatmeal Stout. By far my favorite stout.

I love beer.


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Widmer Heffeweizen is probably my top.  Flying Dog Golden Ale is second.  
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Not Coors Light.
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Originally posted by Eville Eville wrote:

Widmer Heffeweizen is probably my top.  Flying Dog Golden Ale is second.  
 
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Lienenkugels Original. For second Id have to go with Red Stripe.

Note that Im going on beers you can actually find in stores, Im sure microbewerys have some better stuff, but its hard to find and stupidly expensive.
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Originally posted by Enos Shenk Enos Shenk wrote:

Lienenkugels Original. For second Id have to go with Red Stripe.

Note that Im going on beers you can actually find in stores, Im sure microbewerys have some better stuff, but its hard to find and stupidly expensive.
For sure. For everyday beer, I drink a lot of Lienenkugel Sunset Wheat, PBR, and Rolling Rock.
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Zwickel Heffeweizen.  Sadly I can't get anymore until I shipped off to CH again...
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I greatly prefer liquor to beer.  However I am quite fond of the taste of a High Life... 
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Sam Adams Summer Ale
Pumpkinhead Ale
Lienenkugels Honey Wheat
Shocktop
Weihenstephaner Hefeweissbier - Not availablle at the corner market, but is findable.
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PBR is hard to beat for the price.
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a bar where i used to live did .99 cent pbr pints, get hammered for cheap but pay the price the next day.
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summer shandy and red stripe. the rest = yuck.
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Lionshead, keystone ice. Lionshead runs 15 bucks a 24 case.
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blue point brewery blueberry ale

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Ice cold hides a lot of brewing sin.

Anything ice cold.
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blue point brewery blueberry ale
Not bad for a local Long Island brew...
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an open one...

or any lager.

Amberbock and Yuengling are nice.
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