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Pure Hellspawn

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  1. Well, as a 21 year old, I can now legally drink, so I went out and got myself a bottle of beer. It was a Bud Lite and it tasted pretty good. I'm just curious as to whether anyone has any suggestions about how to maximize my drinking pleasure (w/out getting drunk), and what kind of beer everyone here likes.

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    2. Maes

      Maes

      Imp said:

      My favorite is Jagermeister.


      Even with such questionable tastes, you can still bring yourself to the exclusive LIDL lifestyle, with all the associated glamour by letting yourself open to the finesse and fine taste of Jagdstolz Kräuter-Likör.

      Tastes the same, and even the name is almost the same, but not quite ;-)

      Jägermeister = Master hunter
      Jadgstolz = The pride of hunting

    3. Ed

      Ed

      1. Guinness (Who can argue)
      2. Pabst Blue Ribbon (The best of the worst)
      3. Sweaty Betty (LOVE IT, awesome wheat heff)
      4. Magic Hat #9
      5. Breckenridge Oatmeal Stout (Heavy, ruby stout, great with lamb)

      My friends and I did the 'Beer Year', 365 different beers in 365 days. Those were my top 5. Sweaty Betty is hard to find but FIND IT. It's a wheat beer, lite taste initially but has a creamy aftertaste that stays with you for days.

      http://www.boulderbeer.com/SweatyBetty.htm

    4. Danarchy

      Danarchy

      Ed said:

      2. Pabst Blue Ribbon (The best of the worst)

      Well at least someone agrees with me.

      Also, I'm going to have to take back what I said about Pyramid Ale. The stuff I had before was bottled and possibly a couple years old. I had some fresh from the tap the other night with a lemon in it and it was tasty as all awesomeness.

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