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    Craft Beers.

    For those of you who drink and like something a little out of the ordinary, what is your beer of choice. I enjoy Fat Tire, Gnaw Bone by Oaken Barrel, Arrogant ******* Ale by Stone Brewing, Smithwicks, Samuel Smith, Sam Adams, and my favorite type of beer is an IPA. What do you drink on those winter nights when a beer is in order?
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    Brew my own...fun,cheap and I can make a 14% alcohol for those cold nights.
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    Hey Mike, what do you use to brew your own? I've been looking at one of those kits made by Coopers.

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    I like A&W myself!
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    Quote Originally Posted by IronMike View Post
    Brew my own...fun,cheap and I can make a 14% alcohol for those cold nights.
    I love brewing, goes with the bbq but, I have to wonder how you do it cheap? Do you bottle or keg?

    I like IPA style best.

    The only kit I ever bought was my first batch a Dark Ale; but, it was just malt and maybe hops, I bought my fermenter and carboys as separate items.
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    Some of my favorite IPA's are Dogfish Head Aprihop, and 21st Amendment Brewery "Brew Free or Die IPA." I also like Laguintas' Little Sumpin' Pale Ale, which seems close to an IPA.

    During the winter I drink more stouts, and although I like some variety, I end up drinking a lot of Guinness.

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    I too love IPAs. German lagers are a distant second.

    Lately I can't get enough of the Dogfish Head Sixty Minute IPA. Man that stuff is friggin' great. I need to find it by the case because six packs get expensive pretty quickly. The Sam Adams Latitude 48 has been seen a lot in the fridge too.

    Sam Winter, Sweetwater 420, Ranger 420, and the Blue Moon winter variety pack rounds out the company that I've kept since labor day.

    I used to be VERY fond of the Longhammer IPA but haven't been able to find it in GA. I wonder sometimes if I would think as highly of it as I once did.
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    What do you drink on those winter nights when a beer is in order?
    Obsidian Stout from the Deschutes Brewery in Bend, Oregon. Second Choice would be Black Butte Porter from the same Brewery in Bend.
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    I just picked up a Stone Brewery IPA and a Stone Vertical Epic, pretty good stuff, the Stone IPA will be saved for the cold morning after I come home from work.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hiram25 View Post
    I like A&W myself!
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    Agreed, beer is good for my heart, soda is full of empty calories.
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    If you like Stone AB Try the Double Bastage("Maroni Murders the English Language!").

    Dogfish Head's 60minute is one of my favorite IPAs. I am also rather fond their Palo Santo Marron.

    The Brooklyn Brewery has a great Black Chocolate Stout.

    There is a small newcomer in Tulsa, Marshal Brewing that is doing some good things. Their distribution is limited but they are worth the effort if you have the opportunity.

    The Great Lakes Brewing Co. doesn't make a bad beer but my favorite from them is their Nosferatu. A seasonal recipe, it's an Imperial Red Ale.
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    Quote Originally Posted by INccwchris View Post
    What do you drink on those winter nights when a beer is in order?
    Applejack & Calvados...

    Oh, you asked for beer?

    Um...whatever I can't buy in the grocery store, that's what I like. If supermarkets carry it...Not interested.

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    I like brewing my own, usually getting a medium amber ale works best for me.

    If I'm drinking craft beers though, the sky's the limit -- i'll just about try anything once. Le Fin du Monde is great stuff.
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