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Who likes Ale?

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by Fritzboy, Jul 12, 2008.

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  1. Fritzboy

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    Who prefers ale to beer? Your favorite Ale?
     
  2. Loyac

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    Sierra Nevada Pale Ale!!! john
     
  3. Fritzboy

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    Try Samuel Adams Pale Ale Real nice and plenty of hops
     
  4. Brian in Oregon

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    Full Sail Amber Ale made in Hood River, Oregon.<br>
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    But I prefer dark beers. Sometimes with a raw egg in them.
     
  5. Hauxfan

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    I love Ginger Ale.........Does that count? ;)

    Hauxfan!
     
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    In case you've never heard this story, here's an interesting read. First related to me by a local brewmaster, at a meeting of a homebrew club I was a member of. He was considered to be one of the top experts in the world on IPA.

    Danny
     
  7. grnberetcj

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    I'm with Haux....

    so it does count!!

    Hey Harry...I'm old enough to remember "Ballantine Ale" (and beer) which was brewed in Philly and was a major sponsor of the old Phillies at Connie Mack stadium....

    Curt
     
  8. Andy44

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    My favorite is whatever you give me! ;)
     
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    Newcastle Brown Ale...Brewed in Holland.

    Forrest
     
  10. W.P.T.

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    Not much of a drinker but Corona in any flavor tastes good every once in awhile ... WPT ... (YAC) ...
     
  11. Bitter American

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    I love Hops! IPA for me.
     
  12. sammyd95

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    Rolling Rock pale ale !mmmmmmmmmm
     
  13. over the hill

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    Labatts does or used to make some good IPA..Long time since I had any.



    Regards...Gerald
     
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    Love Newcastle Brown Ale
     
  15. SmellySmoke

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    I enjoy Sierra Nevada's Pale Ale, but I can make better at home. Consider home brewing to create the ultimate Ale for your palate. You might invent some stinkers, but all tend to be good recipies, some better than others. Its cheap and fun, just like the girls I hang with!
     
  16. SmellySmoke

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    I enjoy Sierra Nevada's Pale Ale, but I can make better at home. Consider home brewing to create the ultimate Ale for your palate. You might invent some stinkers, but all tend to be good recipies, some better than others. Its cheap and fun, just like the girls I hang with!
     
  17. Ed Y

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    Curt,
    Ballantine Ale and Beer was brewed and bottled in Newark New Jersey, on Ferry Street. When in High School, I worked there one summer loading trailers, before the advent of fork lifts. I always liked their IP the best. While in my basement last year, I came across an old case of it tucked away in a corner. I put a few in the fridge and two days later, I drank them. They still tasted great accept for the fermentation on the bottom. I sold the rest to a fellow that collected brewery memorabilia.

    Ed Yanchok
     
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    Gemessee Cream Ale for me. Good stuff.

    Toad.
     
  20. Fritzboy

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    Hey Curt and Ed I do remember Ballantine Ale brewed in Newark NJ. It wasthe best. Remember Mel Allen's Ballantine Blast whenever the Yanks got a homerun? Or the ad " Who is the Ale man, he could be you." He was and still is me. Of course I remember going to the "Island" on a beer run When NJ drinking age was 21 but only 18 in NY. I may be in South Jersey now but you never outgrow your taste for a cold bottle of ale, or beer. Harry
     
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