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O/T Non-Alcohol Beer - Best Tasting?

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  1. Arkie

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    I like Old millwaukee NA.
     
  2. JPettengill

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    I don't know, the best I ever tasted was awful.

    Jim Pettengill
     
  3. Barrelbulge(Fl)

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    Coors has a good one. Being a diabetic i've tried a few, even though none of them are any good for me. Murray
     
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    Beck's.
     
  5. Frank C

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    This is the DEFINITION of Oxymoron....lol
     
  6. Andy Moreland

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    "Why not just call it yucky tasting water.. ."

    Because then you would be describing just about every American beer made.

    Look for Clausthaler, St. Pauli Girl NA, Warstiener, Kaliber, Beck's, Buckler, Jupiler NA, Stella Artois NA. You won't be disappointed in any of them.

    Andy Moreland
     
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    Gotta agree with Arkie. Old Milwaukee NA. Hard to find though.
     
  8. piranha2

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    Friends don't let friends drink NA beer.
     
  9. Wambofan

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    if I had to choose I would have to go with Clausthaler. As for American N/A I guess o'doulls amber.

    jcl- as far as bloody mary's go you are correct originally beer and tomato juice, but gin bloodies are much better than the vodka bloodies in which most people drink. Give it a try sometime.

    KS
     
  10. grnberetcj

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    Canada Dry Ginger Ale.....

    Curt
     
  11. Tron

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    Just drink the real stuff and don't look back. Remember, rehab is for quiters.

    Tron
     
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    The real stuff makes some people stutter-

    Bill
     
  13. i_shoot

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    I like Miller Sharps.Would love to try some of the imports & The 'Ol Mil has my curiosity up.

    i_shoot
     
  14. CalvinMD

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    I like the Michelob Ultra Amber..Its really low carb and nearly no alchhol too...taste is decent,..but then anything ice cold and wet will do after a day of swallowing trapfield dust
     
  15. hoot619

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    For the ones who don't drink beer there are such a things as coffee or soft drinks. For me I can't drink, it causes me problems. And I sure as heck don't want non-alcohol beer or any thing like it. I can even toast the bride and groom with coffee and really mean it. Just my thoughts. Ken
     
  16. grnberetcj

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    I'm with Hoot.

    Curt
     
  17. Tripod

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    In 1999 Old Milwaukee won the domestic blind taste test for regular beer. Its my favorite and although its not really a premium beer its the best tasting in my experience, and its a lot of experience.
     
  18. CalvinMD

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    I may have to try Old Milwaukee again,..The last time I had it long ago I thought somebody drained their rusty anti-freeze in my glass
     
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    Steve, I have tried them all and , Labatts Nordic, is by far the best. A number of the club's around here have it because so many people were asking for it.

    Kevin
     
  20. Rottweil72

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    I've been having some health problems and with the meds. your not to drink -- so tried the various ones -- Becks is pretty good -- O'doules is o.k. -- coors o.k. -- have not seen old milwaukee in this area .. but if you got a steak on the grill and your taking medicine -- a N/A Beer with the steak -- still tastes pretty good!!

    Bill
     
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