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Re: Top 10 Beer lists: In anticipation of Zeppelin Hall (beer garden)
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hmmm........

I'm surprised Fat Tire is not on anyone's list.

I'm a huge fan of Anchor Steam, in my top 3, but Fat Tire at times can be arguably better.

I always look forward to Fat Tire on tap when I'm in Las Vegas.

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Ommegang is definitely one of my favorite beers, and the price has been dropping recently. Used to be $10 for a 4-pack now I can find it for $7.

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Where will be this Zepplin Hall of which you speak?

My list:
1) Caledonian 80/- aka 80 Shillings: fond memories of Scotland and the lack of availability in the U.S. probably contribute to my rating. http://www.caledonian-brewery.co.uk/80_home.html
2) Murphy Stout: A simply wonderful beverage that needs more availability here. http://www.murphys.com/index.php
3) Ommegang Abbey Ale: The one beer to have when you\'re only having one. Also, it's brewed in nearby upstate NY.
4) Jeebus homebrew: Something like an 2/3 amber ale mixed with 1/3 stout. Unavailable these days but I'm inspired now.
5) Smuttynose IPA: If I hadn't lost my love of IPAs this would be #1. Brewed in the Free State.
6-7) Whatever is new.
8) Sierra Nevada IPA: available many places and good if you like hops.
9) Brooklyn Lager: available many places in NYC on tap and good if you want to drink a lot or like lager.
10) Bud et al.: nothing like a nice watery beer after a workout.

Yummm, beer....

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Haven't checked the beer list lately. But Marco and Pepe served Kolsch, albeit in bottles.

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Put a good Kölsch on tap and I'd be a happy camper.


Where can you get good Kölsch on tap around here?

The last one I had was in Köln long time ago.

Good beer.

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Put a good Kölsch on tap and I'd be a happy camper.

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Here is an incredible article in the New Yorker on Dogfish Brewery and the new trend of super-refined high end "extreme" brews -- and why beer might be more sophisticated than wine: Dogfish Brewery


I went to Rehoboth Beach, DE for a long weekend last fall, where the brewery is located. Rehoboth itself is worth the trip, and the Dogfish Head restaurant is worth a look too, if only to pick up a few six packs of any flavor of Dogfish you want. I like pretty much any of them

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my picks

Belhaven - Scotland
Boddingtons - UK
Brooklyn Wheat - US
Yuengling Lager - US
Stella Artois - Belgian

mmmmmm

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I am a big fan of just about every Sierra Nevada product, Victory out of eastern PA is quite nice, hogardeen (spelling?) is great in the summertime, in a pinch a bud or bud light is my swill of choice. In fact I am going to go find a beer from my fridge right now....

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Top 10 Domestics, in no particular order:

1- Abita Turbo Dog

2- Brooklyn Pennant Pale Ale

3- Long Trail Ale

4- Geary's Pale Ale

5- Blue Point Hoptical Illusion

6- Allagash White

7- Dogfish Head 90 Minute IPA

8- Victory Golden Monkey

9- Berkshire Brewing Co. (all of their varieties)

10- Three Philosophers

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No love for India Pale Ale in this thread so far?


Victory Brewing Co out in Downington, PA has a great IPA - Victory Hop Devil. Hoppy, not bitter. A nice treat if you find yourself in Southeastern PA.

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No love for India Pale Ale in this thread so far?

I like it - very hoppy, some might call it bitter, but I like it that way.

Triumph Brewery in Princeton brews a mean IPA that they serve on tap. Other than that, several boutique microbreweries make good bottled IPA. The only one I don't care for is the Sierra Nevada one.

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In no particular order:

Rattshern (Germany)
Victory Prima Pils
Sierra Nevada
Cusqueña (Peru)
Brooklyn Pilsner
Blue Moon
Hofbräu (Germany)
Presidente (DR)
Stella Artois (Belgium)
Negra Modelo (Mexico)

I'm so thirsty now...

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Here is an incredible article in the New Yorker on Dogfish Brewery and the new trend of super-refined high end "extreme" brews -- and why beer might be more sophisticated than wine: Dogfish Brewery

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Hitachino Nest White Ale (Japan)
Innis & Gunn (Scotland)
Allagash (New England)
Sapporo (Japan)
Peroni (Italy)
Sam Smith's Organic Lager(England)
Lindemans Framboise (Belgium)
Sam Smith's Organic Cider (England)
Original Sin Cider (New York)
Kingfisher (India)

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- Three Philosophers Belgian Style Blend (Quadrupel)
- Samichlaus Lager
- Brooklyn Local 1 or 2
- Six Point Express
- list goes on... most of which are microbreweries...

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Top 10 Recession Proof Beers

1.Strohs
2.Old Milwaukee
3. Schlitz
4.Strohs light
5.pabst
6. natural light
7.Busch
8.Mickey's
9.Old English (40s only)
10. Colt 45 (40s only)

http://www.rockthelist.com/2008/07/08 ... -worst-beers-of-all-time/

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carlsberg is probably my favorite, and then after that in no particular order: budweiser, tecate, heineken, stella, yuengling

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i too love beer. don't laugh, but i don't like my beer too flavory. i like it a little mild (bland)... for me, it increases it's drinkability.

my ten (in no particular order)

1. smithwicks
2. bass
3. budweiser
4. dos equis
5. pilsner urquell
6. presidente
7. becks
8. duvel
9. corona
10. bluemoon

i'd put PBR but everyone knows it tastes like crap, and it makes me fart like a banshee

easy on my taste buds is easy on my belly.

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Kwak! Kwak! Kwak!

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Had a bottle of Cooperstown's Abbey Ale last night. Pretty good. Also like their wheat ale.

Saison Dupont is always a winner as well.

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Big fan of the Liberty Ale.

Big fan of Hoegaarden.

Delirium Tremens I've had and won't likely have again- to say the least it ain't a beer you can drink all night.... 3 would probably get you a pretty fat buzz.

Smithwick's is a recent favorite- Not sure why. Just got on a bit of a kick with it.

I'll pretty much drink anything except for Bud. Even the other "mass produced" (aren't they all?) beers of that ilk are drinkable in a pinch (I'm not above picking up a sixer of the Silver Bullet). Bud just has some sort of aftertaste that doesn't make me very happy.

Keep em coming.


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Ringnes Beer: Norway; owned by the Carlsberg company of Denmark.

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I consider myself somewhat of a Beer Buff. In anticipation of opening of the Beer garden Zeppelin Hall's, rumored to be in spring 2009, I am getting extra beer crazed.

To pass on some beer cheer, here are my TOP 10 BEERS! I tried to keep it German themed, but a couple belgium and domestic brews could not be ignored.

To all other aficionados, enthusiants, or drinkers.... please add your own picks. I am open to trying new beers and maybe overlooked a few.

When I get more time I will do a top 10 beer pairings list that will blow your mind.
Enjoy!

1. [Ayinger] Celebrator Doppelbock (Belgium)

2. Delirium Tremens (Belgium)

3. Weihenstephaner Original (Germany)

4. Anchor Liberty Ale (San Francisco)

5. Hacker Pschorr Oktoberfest (Germany)

6. Paulaner Hefe-Weiss bier (Germany)

7. Duvel (Belgium)

8. Dogfish Indian Brown Ale (Delaware)

9. Rogue Dead Guy Ale (Oregon)

10. Hoegaarden (Belgium)

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