Post # 1
I am not much of a drinker….like at all. My mom is an alcoholic so I tend to stay away from drinking. But my fiance sells beer so I get to try all kinds. Well, tonight I discovered my new favorite. Leinenkugal Orange Shandy…..can you say candy in a bottle! Its so good. If you like girly drinks but not beer you will probably like this. It is VERY citrus hence the ORANGE in the title. You really cant taste the beer aspect but its not sweet like a girly drink. This is their fall seasonal and they are apparently going to keep this one around into the winter as well. I bet it is even better on draft! I plan on requesting this at my wedding!
So what is your favorite?
Post # 3
Corona or magic hat number 9!
Post # 4
I never liked beer either. And now that I can’t have gluten, it’s off the table anyway. Oh well, that didn’t upset me one bit.
But anyway, my fiance’s favorite beer is Velvet Fog. He isn’t a huge beer drinker but that one he says is lighter and citrusy and tastes “less like piss than the rest”.
Post # 5
@jesssamesssa: Oh where to start? I’m a beer snob. You should try Lienenkugel’s summer shandy too, so good!! Most of the beers i like are local craft beers, I’m not much of a Coors Light/Bud Light girl. I am currently sipping on a local beer…New Belgium Pumpkick Ale, yummo!! I can’t wait for Woodchuck Fall Cider to come out, it’s like fall in a bottle. I want to take a bath in it 😉
Post # 6
If it ain’t bud light it ain’t right sweetheart 🙂
Post # 7
I like a lot of local microbreweries. The mass produced beers like Budweiser or Coors are just kind of gross after you have the really good stuff.
Post # 8
I’m afraid I’m another craft beer snob. I’d say my favorite is Left Hand milk stout. I like my beers dark and creamy, I’m not a very girly drinker I guess. FI is the one who thinks my beers are too dark and heavy, his favorite is Angry Orchard hard cider.
Post # 9
I don’t like beer. My fiancé is into it and I tagged along at a beer festival and didn’t like what I had. I’m nt into carbonated drinks.
Post # 10
I prefer wine, but now and again I enjoy a nice cold beer. I don’t really have a favorite, just whatever is in the house. I do like to try the different Blue Moon ones, otherwise a good old Coors Light.
Post # 11
I have my favorite local beers here and will typically ask what is local and try it out when I visit other areas. If I had to choose an all around go to beer that is sold in a lot of areas I would have to say landshark. My favorite beer here in Ohio and Pennsylvania is Yuengling (not sure how wide spread this actually is as they don’t have it in WI where I grew up). And my extra favorite all time is spotted cow which is unfortunately only sold for in Wisconsin.
Post # 12
Maybe you would like kriek, it’s a belgian cherry bear. It is very nice. I like the one from Belle-Vue the most.
Post # 13
I love beer, and I have a ton of favorites but my absolute favorite will always be Weihenstephaner Dark Hefeweizen. I’m also a big fan of Big Sky’s Moose Drool and Karl Strauss Windansea Wheat.
Post # 14
I love fancy beer! Those american yellow water beers feel like heresy when you start getting into more fun stuff… My favorite is Hitachino Nest Real Ginger Ale. The ginger flavor is just strong enough and kind of pumpkin-pie ish. (And I LOVE pumpkiny beers so it’s perfect for me.) The color is pretty, it’s so rich, and the 7% alcohol content is such a surprise.
Post # 15
- Wedding: July 2014 - saint patricks parish
anything not fosters or Ipa or dark brew. I love my beer!!!!!!!
Post # 16
@jesssamesssa: I tend to find lager makes me really bloated, so while I enjoy the taste, I tend to steer clear or only drink it in very small quantities. When I do drink it I enjoy San Miguel, Corona and Sol, as well as Heineken and Peroni; all lighter lagers.
I also love cider, and will drink pretty much any cider bar the uber-sweet fruit ones like Rekordelig and some of the Kopparberg ones (I like Koppaberg pear, and the elderflower one, but that’s it), or ones like Strongbow, which taste of chemicals to me. I like organic ones, and a farm shop down the road does some awesome locally-produced ones.