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what ONE Beer?.......

Discussion in 'Off Topic [BG]' started by Lonesomedave, Jan 29, 2013.


  1. Lonesomedave

    Lonesomedave

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    alright, here's the proposition...you've been sentenced to life on a South Sea Island...OR....you're the captain of a spaceship about to take off on an intergalactic trip.

    those in charge have told you you can have one and only one beer.

    you can have as much as you want, matter of fact, they are ready right now to pack 10,000 cases with you on your trip, but it will only be one brand.

    what would you choose?

    i've read the "What beer are you drinking..." threads and given this matter some thought.

    mine would be Boddington's Ale, on nitrogen....I just love that beer.

    what would YOU choose?


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  2. enjoi1018

    enjoi1018 Supporting Member

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    I love a lot of brews, but one for the end-all-be-all?

    Newcastle Brown Ale. Hands down.
     
  3. Lonesomedave

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    well, there's two votes for those lovely British brews...what others?


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  4. bassteban

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    I could live w/Sudwerk Doppelbock, Sol, Heineken, Moosehead, Moose Drool, Corona... but then I'm pretty much a P-Bass guy. Keep the head clear to focus on wimmen. :)
     
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  6. TolerancEJ

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    I'm not really a beer person. Can I bring a supply of Crown Royal instead?

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  7. GlassOnion

    GlassOnion 1.21 Gigawatts Gold Supporting Member

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    Four Peaks hop knot.
     
  8. UncleFluffy

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    Probably the old reliable Sierra Nevada Pale Ale. Enough taste to be interesting, not so thick or crazy hoppy to be overpowering.
     
  9. Nashrakh

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    Paulaner Salvator... Generations of bavarian monks can't be wrong!
     
  10. catcauphonic

    catcauphonic High Freak of the Low Frequencies

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    Yeungling Lager. One of the only things I miss about living in Pennsylvania :D
     
  11. line6man

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    Westvleteren 12. (Actually, I've not tasted it yet, but I hear it is AWESOME.)
     
  12. Auzzie-Phoenix

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    whichever one they invent that never runs out.
     
  13. sound of bass

    sound of bass

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    I only live about 2 miles from the Brewery! BIG shout out from PA!
     
  14. i_got_a_mohawk

    i_got_a_mohawk

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    Newkie Brown? Blended Whisky?

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    There is no one beer to rule them all.
     
  15. bmc

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  16. FronTowardEnemy

    FronTowardEnemy Bottom Feeder Supporting Member

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    For me it would be this as well! Love it'
     
  17. carlos840

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    Nothing fancy as i would probably get bored of it after a while...
    I would go for my favourite of our 2 usual beers on tap in Belgium: Maes

    Refreshing, not to heavy like a special beer, always hits the spot...

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  18. jebmd

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    Spaten Optimater

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  19. mongo2

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  20. Eric Perry

    Eric Perry

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    Dogfish Head 60 Minute, Fegley's Brew Works Hop'solutely, or Magic Hat Blind Faith. I'll let who's footing the bill choose whichever is cheaper.
     
  21. KJung

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    Beer: I've grown very fond of New Glarus Fat Squirrel

    Ale: Bellhaven's Scottish Ale... the best malt beverage known to man:p
     

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