Your fav cheap beer

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Apr 12, 2008

Your fav cheap beer by The Worst at 9:29 PM (1,195 Views / 0 Likes) 13 replies

  1. The Worst
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    Mine is Pabst Blue Ribbon, followed by Keystone Ice and Milwaukee's Best.

    Despite the price Pabst is actually a very good premium beer, I'd take a PBR over Bud, Miller, or Coors anytime.


    As far as more expensive beers go I prefer Yuengling, Blue moon, and Dogfish Head. But I'm From DE so...
     
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    Doesn't matter, my parents buy the beer [​IMG]

    jk i don't drink
     
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    Straight Edge here
     
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    I don't drink cheap beer [​IMG]
     
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    That's respectable. Looking at your sig reminded me that a good way to spice up cheap coffee is to add a tablespoon of cappuccino instead of sugar and milk.
     
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    You don't have to get drunk to enjoy 1 beer here and there or with a meal. Also there are a few non-alcoholic beers that are OK. If your die hard straight edge you should try them, b/c it's better to be a designated driver than to lose friends just b/c they start drinking and going to party's and whatnot.
     
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    I don't advocate anyone under 17 drinking beer, drinking is a learning and social experience that younger people don't really need. You have tons of other options and should consider those while you still have the opportunity. I don't however condone judging people who do drink. I never touched a drop of beer/liquor until i was 17 and a senior in High School, but i didn't shun my friends who started drinking as young as 13 and for that we remain friends to this day.
     
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    The best beer is the kind you make yourself. What people drink in bars just doesn't taste good, most of them only drink it to be social or to get drunk.
     
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    Zirndorfer!
     
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    is that a real german beer? I love trying new things
     
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    Stones Bitter FTW

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    Fantastic beer.
     
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    Favorite cheap beer has gotta be Rolling Rock. To be honest though, I like liquor better.
     
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    Oops, sorry, didn't see your post.
    Yes it is "real" German beer. Franconian, as a matter of fact. Locally brewed in Zirndorf - thus the name -, really tasty and surprisingly cheap. I basically grew up on that stuff before I moved away from there. Where're you from? I don't think you'd be able to get it anywhere other than in the greater Nuremberg area.
     
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    i drink coopers pale ale cause its cheaper here. but I'm more a fan of coopers sparkling ale.
     

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