Originally posted by leethebard
Originally posted by wanderingjew
Bud, Miller, Coors, Molson's, Heinekin, Michelob, Amstel, it's all swill to me....
Loca craft brews are the way to go
Except for Yuengling,I tend to drink microbrews..or a good English Ale like Samuel Smith...good Beer to me is like good wine...to be sipped and appreciated...if I'm thirsty for something simply wet...I'll drink water or diet soda...but it's just a matter of my taste buds...as I always say, to each his own!!!!
there are now so many small regional beers and malt beverages available, it is actually easy to get a mediocre one! I've had a few that I didn't care for at all, specifically Railbender Ale, Mad Anthony's Ale, and Presque isle Pilsner, from the Erie Brewing Co. It's not that they were bad
it's that they weren't as good as other choices would have been. It's easy to make beer and stick a cool label on it, it's hard to make good