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Old 03-13-2008, 06:01 PM   #11
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I rather like Dog Fish Head 90 minute IPA (and their 120 minute IPA in small doses) Bells oberon, Bells hop slam is amazing! Rouge impreal stout, and when I need a 12 pack for a bon fire or just hanging out with people drinking low priced beer I tend to go for Grain Belt premium.
those are just my regulars, at one point in time I had the guy at one of the local liquor stores comment on how I never buy the same kind of beer, and it's never a common type either.
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Old 03-13-2008, 09:35 PM   #12
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. . . I really enjoy Rogue brews. I also support the local microbrewery, SweetWater.
I'm surprised you have Rogue in your parts. I am completely spoiled by the huge number of micro-brews available around here, but the Dead Guy Ale is my hands down favorite when I want something a little 'thick'. Widmer Drop Top Ale and New Belgium Fat Tire are my other mainstays. Coors Light has literally lasted for years in my fridge against that kind of competition. (I'm serious. I still had a single can remaining that was two years old - until we were just flat broke and I really wanted a beer!)
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Yeah, it's not like Rogue is everywhere - I drive 40 minutes to the only decent liquor store around me and they have a fair selection of Rogue - probably nothing like you get up there where it's made! I really want to check out the Rogue "Bed and Beer" in Newport, OR - maybe that will be one of my first big trips in my airplane when it's finished.

I'd have to say "Rogue Chipotle Ale" is one of the most interesting beers I have tried.
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Chipotle beer? Interesting...
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Sam Adams is my favorite out of the few different types of beer I've tried.
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