AA130FIREMAN wrote:Molson canadian, and I can tell ya what I don't like, I had some pumpkin spice beer at an open house at cabela's, people were giving me their extra tickets(good for beer or wine). After I had some I found out why, it was like drinking kerosene
coal berner wrote:wlp 3 wrote:I like Dogfish Head 120 minute IPA. For summertime I like Lord Chesterfield.
The lord is one of the best Ale's being brewed today
coalnewbie wrote:There used to be a beer called Budweiser, I wonder whatever happened to that company?
gaw wrote:Tröegs has some great beer, made in Harrisburg, PA. My two favorites so far Troegenator® Double Bock and Tröegs DreamWeaver® Wheat. The Troegenator is 8.2% alcohol so be careful!
Yuengling Bock is good too.
I had Shipyard Chamberlain Ale and it was very good. I want to try their Pumpkinhead.
I had pumpkin beer last year for the first time one was excellent and the other just so so. It is too bad I can’t remember who made what but I’m trying to find that great pumpkin beer again. It tastes like regular beer at first and the pumpkin spicy flavor comes on after you swallow it down.