Guiness is a good stout that goes down easy. Comfort. Not a great beer, but good.
I AM THE STANLEY CUP CHAMPIONS!
edit: I like guiness. And I cant find Pliny the Elder down here, every time my dad goes up to russian river he calls me and rubs it in that he is drinking it.
Last edited by DMAN3474; September 24th, 2010 at 11:53 AM.
the worst beer in the world is Carlsberg.
Cornell Hockey - LETS GO RED!
Same here, or at least I can write off a mediocre one as " Oh, ok.. I see what they are trying to do here with this one".Originally Posted by Stormy2213
It is ALL about marketing. No more, no less. Simple rule of thumb is when you get that big, you've got the money to market no matter how lousy the product is.Originally Posted by Stormy2213
I am unfamiliar with this following you speak of, but is it something similar to the piece of **** bros that sport Natty Ice for no apparent reason?Originally Posted by Stormy2213
I actually really, honestly, dig PBR. I was burned out on a lot of the craft beer this summer, tired of being a snob, spending too much, and basically not having much fun like when I first discovered craft beer. So, I decided to revisit (revisit is key) PBR. I can say with a straight face that it is a good beer, and is one that is refreshing and great for working in the yard or painting a bedroom during a hot summer day. Same goes for Icehouse. Those two might be my exceptions as far as "Fizzy Yellow Beer" goes. You can still go cheap without being entirely offensive to the palate in my opinion.
Two months ago I would have written this exact same post over a few PBR's, and tonight I will say the same as I am about to finish my Old Numbskull from AleSmith.
Thank you guys for finally using brown bottles rather than the horrendous skunky green ones you've been using for years!
Last edited by Azagthoth; September 24th, 2010 at 11:09 PM.
Really? Seriously?Originally Posted by DMAN3474
There have been dozens of craft failures that really aren't acknowledged simply because we in the community (which does more damage in actuality than promoting the art itself) "advocate" craft beer... whatever that means anyways. Its almost as if we are ashamed to dismiss an experimental,infected, or flat out nasty beer only because of its craft status, yet we have no problem loathing PBR and other good blue collar beers.