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BEER VOTE

Discussion in 'Off Topic Threads' started by shark1, Sep 27, 2012.

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  1. shark1

    shark1 Member

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    For our Oktoberfest shoot what beer (keg) do you the shooters want? Choices are Yuengling or Pabst? Shoot is on OCT 20th. Thanks, Mike Sharkey DC
     
  2. Catpower

    Catpower Molon Labe TS Supporters

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    Yuengling
     
  3. kgp912kgp

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    You guys should feel privileged we here in the west can not get Americas oldest brew. I only get to have it when I visit my Father in Georgia.
     
  4. Dougbbbb

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    Hacker-Pschoor hefe weissen

    Orangish ambler in color with perfect clarity. Poured with a thick off-white foam that slowly reduced to a wispy cap. Earthy grain and toasted malt aromas with sweet caramel malt aromas beneath. Velvety smooth delicate feel with lazy tight carbonation. Grainy, caramel malt flavor up front followed by sweet toasted malt thru the middle to the end. After a tangy hop bite near the end, finishes semi-dry with a toasted, bready aftertaste. A fabulous marzen.
     
  5. 2labman

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    Given the chance, I'll always cast my vote for beer... ;-)
     
  6. MR870

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    REAL MEN DRINK PBR.
     
  7. Unknown1

    Unknown1 Well-Known Member

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    PBR... unless you can get Belikin!          [​IMG]</p>

    Keller
     
  8. PatMiles

    PatMiles Well-Known Member

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    Life is too short to drink bad beer (PBR, Lonestar, etc.)!

    Pat
     
  9. Baber

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    Yuengling Is really Schultz... The statement "when you are our of Schultz you are out of Beer" is correct because you drank everything else first.

    PBR is not much better.

    How about something decent like Coors or Bud...

    T
     
  10. likes-to-shoot

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    Amber Bock...Guinness or any good dark beer.... semi cold to cold (not ice cold) to bring out the flavor.
     
  11. Loyac

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    Spaten Oktoberfest... Der beste!!!
     
  12. Catpower

    Catpower Molon Labe TS Supporters

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    Well since we're broadening the choices, then its Shiner Bock
     
  13. Shooting Sailor

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    Likes-to-shoot - Thank you for the educational comment on the correct temperature for beer! Perhaps if this is repeated often enough, people will listen. For the rest of you - the correct temperature for beer, to bring out the flavor, is room temperature. That is NOT the temperature of the room you are presently sitting in, rather the temperature of the storage room where beer was traditionally kept, ie. - a cellar, pantry, etc. In the days when beer was brewed in the home, and stored in kegs to be dipped or poured out into pitchers, there was no central heating or air conditioning. You were lucky if you could get the temperature of heated rooms up into the low 60s using fireplaces, so the unheated storage spaces would be lower, probably in the 40s to mid 50s, if you were lucky enough to get them that warm. Thus, the room temperature referred to for optimum beer service temperature is 47 to 55 degrees Fahrenheit. Much colder - you lose the delicate variations of flavor, much warmer the beer goes off, and tastes like skunk piss. Experiment with the various temperatures to your heart's content, but please use real beer, not Bud Light or Coors, or any of those other imitation beers.
     
  14. Porcupine

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    Catpower,

    I'll double the vote for Shiner Bock! Can't be found in MA, so I have to smuggle mine from New Jersey!

    LA in MA
     
  15. Chichay

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    San Miguel!
     
  16. Byrrrdmann

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    There is no bad beer, just some better than others! Remember, you can drink it there but you can't
    take it home with you!
     
  17. Byrrrdmann

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    Hay 'dawg how come you haven't commented on this thread? Oh! I forgot, you drink that horse
    piss in the green bottle from Arnies hometown. Is that really beer?
     
  18. bigbore613

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    Yuengling
     
  19. Setterman

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    O.P. Beer (other people's)
     
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    Sierra Nevada Pale Ale.
     
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