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Brand Up from Brand brewery down in Wijlre in Limburg in the south of Holland about 2 km from the German border. Originally called Brand Up, relaunched a few years ago as Brand Urtyp and now reverting to its old name. A good German style hoppy, estery beer. And the region is nice too. Unlike the rest of the Netherlands, Limburg has hills! It's 26 deg C outside and I'm looking forward to one after work now!
 
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Brand Up from Brand brewery down in Wijlre in Limburg in the south of Holland about 2 km from the German border. Originally called Brand Up, relaunched a few years ago as Brand Urtyp and now reverting to its old name. A good German style hoppy, estery beer. And the region is nice too. Unlike the rest of the Netherlands, Limburg has hills! It's 26 deg C outside and I'm looking forward to one after work now!
Whilst I admit that Brand is on the short list for the Dutch brands, one should certainly not pass by Amstel 1870 too lighthearthy. But for the Twenthenaren there is only Grolsch, especially "Het Kanon", which certainly lives up to the expectations the name generates.

But I'd prefer a Pinot gris when it's 26 degrees.
 
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I never drink beer, I don't like it very much. The only kinds I have tried that I have not minded are guiness and mgd. The only other ones ive tried are the usual coors, molson, pilsner...ect and i hate them.
 
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American Macrobrewery: Sam Adams

But I drink lots of locals. Boulevard Brewing Company beers, and my favorite is the stout by Granite City Brewery.
 
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The best beers and ales available locally come from a micro-brewery about 15 miles from here. Oak Pond Brewery makes some excellent brews. For the commercial brews, I'll pick up Guinness, Heineken, or Becks if I'm feeling flush and Molson Golden if I'm not.
 
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I like Becks! and Radler :)
 
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I've been enjoying beer commercials lately-
 
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Strange this came up. I went to a beer festival yesterday. They have 52 beers on. I managed to try 9 of them. :smile:
 
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I've been enjoying beer commercials lately-
Heh. You can watch a video of a commercial on Youtube, but first have to watch an actual commercial before the video starts!

I like this one best among the Heinekens:

 
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heh. You can watch a video of a commercial on youtube, but first have to watch an actual commercial before the video starts!

I like this one best among the heinekens:

lol!
 
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Do they still make London Pride?
 
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Yep!
I used to enjoy that while throwing darts. Haven't seen it in a while, but then, I haven't played darts in years.
 
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I used to enjoy that while throwing darts. Haven't seen it in a while, but then, I haven't played darts in years.
But they’re still talking about you, “Maths stepped up to the oche, cool as a prized marrow, even Hypotenuse would have trouble working out her angles, she had the consistency of a planet in a darts orbit- Maths reasoned…Maths quickened…Ahhhhhh Maths!”

Ok, maybe that was about some other darts players, but British commentary (in this case, Sid Waddell) is amazing!
 
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But they’re still talking about you, “Maths stepped up to the oche, cool as a prized marrow, even Hypotenuse would have trouble working out her angles, she had the consistency of a planet in a darts orbit- Maths reasoned…Maths quickened…Ahhhhhh Maths!”

Ok, maybe that was about some other darts players, but British commentary (in this case, Sid Waddell) is amazing!
:rofl: I will have to Google this Sid Waddell.
 
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The Paulaner Hefe-Weissbier Naturtrüb is just amazing!
My friend made me drink one of those and now that's the only one I really like. Too bad there's only a few bars that serve it.
 
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The Paulaner Hefe-Weissbier Naturtrüb is just amazing!
My friend made me drink one of those and now that's the only one I really like. Too bad there's only a few bars that serve it.
Quite excellent and rare too!
 
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I think my favorite is a Belgian - Grimbergen Blonde.

Gentlemen prefer blonde's.
 
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Pacifico/Modelo (Especial), Chimay, Duvel, Piraat, Blue Moon, Lindemans Lambic, Monks Sour Red Ale

of course a 40 of Olde English is always a good choice to start the night off right!
 
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What, no Old Milwaukee for you Greg?
 
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I usually rotate the following:

  • Sierra Nevada Pale Ale
  • Red Tail Ale
  • Moose Drool
  • Widmer Bros. Hefeweizen
 
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What, no Old Milwaukee for you Greg?
Truth be told I really don't take to any beers by Miller, Schlitz or Pabst :D As far as WI beers go I can enjoy some by New Glarus, Point and Leinenkugels.
 
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of course a 40 of Olde English
my standard during college, plus a big oil can of foster's
 

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