We can only beat up Herm and CP for so long, then it just gets a little boring. I saw a rant :0) by Canada which included an "American Beer is Pi$$" reference. Which, if we're talking about the mass produced beers is exactly accurate. Luckily, we have better choices now. Goose Island, a new one I found called Racer 5. Michigan Bell's has some great choices. Let's chat a bit about our second (maybe first) past time.... Beer. What do you guys like? Any home brewers out there? I like IPA's and brew my own. I do like Labbatts (sorry about the spelling Canada), but the import suks. It's better when you get it north of the line. F Herm, let's drink together as frustrated fans and know that it will be better! Thoughts?
The only reason a beer sweats around Canada is because he's decided it will be the next beer he drinks.
...oh and F@$k Herm and CP
There is some good stuff out there though, and it all depends on just how hard you like your beer. I personally love most of the stuff Stone Brew brings out, as well as Sierra Nevada and Samuel Adams. I can drink some MGD too, but the rest of it... leave it on the shelf.
Canada, have you ever tried to brew your own, or is that even legal in Canada?
Can micro-brew Belgian EVER have too much sweet, cloudy, thick and swirly yeast settled at the bottom, and just waiting for agitation?
No. Not in a 1,000 Pharaohs lifetimes.
Rouge Mo' Ale, and Blue Moon; Goooooood Drinkin'.
And Free State Ironman Stout; Liquid Valium.
TBH, I drink Bud, although when I ant a nice import I drink Warstiener. They make it in a dark and a light. I reccomend the dark. Although I dont normally drink the imports since they are usually 7-10$ a 6 pack. Yes, im cheap!
Beer is awesome. Blvd Pale Ale, Moosehead, Bud my faves. I gotta tap a kidney...
If you like IPA's, try O'fallon's 5-day IPA. It's a small brewery over near St. Louis but they are stocked around the midwest. Their biggest seller is their Smoked Porter, which is really thick creamy and tastes like canadian bacon. Sounds weird but it's really good.