Post # 1
We are providing alcohol for our wedding in September and I’m trying to figure out which two beers to serve. I want them to appeal to a crowd, but I’m really not a fan of budwiser, miller, etc. I know for sure I want to serve yuengling, but what would be a good second beer to serve? Thanks for your help Bees!
Post # 3
Yuengling is a great choice! Wish we had it here on the west coast. You could try blue moon or fat tire, those are pretty popular
Post # 4
even though your not a fan, I think you need a light beer- coors, bud light, miller light, etc. I think that’s what would appeal to a lot of people and those who don’t want the yuengling.
Post # 4
Is there a good brewery anywhere near your reception? It might be fun to feature something special from the area.
What kind of food are you serving?
If you’re looking for something with mass appeal you could go with Stella.
Post # 7
We’re kind of beer snobs. We’re serving Paulaner Hefeweisen, Founder’s All-Day IPA, Negro Modelo, and Pabst Blue Ribbon (because it’s funny and to cater to the crap beer drinkers). 🙂
Post # 8
If I had it my way we’d do yuengling, killian’s, and deliriums tremens, but Fiance isn’t a huge beer fan so we’re compromising in some areas. I like the idea of a local brew, though I’m not sure how cost effective it will be. Keep the suggestions coming!
Post # 9
- Wedding: September 2014 - Jacksonville Inn
One of the beers we served was Alaskan Amber, and it was a big hit.
Post # 10
We served Leinenkhugels Summer Shandy and a lot of people liked it!