Which beer is tops in your opinion? All beers in general (including imports and the cheap, crappy malt liquor).
I like real beer! Dogfish 90 Minute IPA is a very hoppy, very strong real ale - their 60 Minute IPA is also very hoppy but not quite as strong - still very good.
And then there's the Stone Brewing company that do great beers - one personal favorite being Arrogant Bastard Ale.
There are many many many many more out there...forget about those Buds, Coors etc - the only international beer that I tend to drink that isn't microbrewed is either Guinness or Bass....but that's when the real ales aren't available!!!
I think it is the Foster beer. What do you say.....?
In my opinion, Budweiser is the King. Old Style, Schiltz, Old Milwaukee come in at a distant second. I'm picky with my beers, they gotta have a rich taste, something that goes down smoothly, I don't mess wit' malt liquor and charcoal filtered brews. Miller brands are alright. Heineiken and Imports are cool, but I would only chuckle down a Corona specifically for the purpsoses of getting wasted.
I like Mexican beer, especially Dos Equis (haven't had one in years)!
Way back when I enjoyed beer a little more than was good for me, I liked Grolsch, Carlsberg Elephant beer, Dos Eqis, and few others.
These days I just buy a six pack of Bud or Labbatt Blue once a year; usually at the start of the Stanley Cup Playoffs.
sometimes . . .
really good beer is usually served slightly chilled
Orkney Skullsplitter, Mitchell's Lancaster Bomber, Skinner's Cornish Knocker, and Hopback Brewery Summer Lightning.
All great beers and I intend to indulge in them all on my next trip to the UK
Madame X - With you on the micro-breweries.
Guinness, Red Stripe, Stella Artois, Tsingtao, Sam Adams, PBR, Labatte Blue, Molson, mmmmm beer....
San Miguel Beer, native beer Filipinos and Corona beer -- Mexican plus Bud and Heineken
Coors Light for every day drinking.
Corona for vacations and parties.
And I like to try the red ales when I hit brew pubs and stuff, there are too many to list.
MGD is my favorite...but I ain't that discriminatory...haven't met one I didn't like. All go well with Texas Bar BQ!
Here's some additional fav flavs:
and cheapie ones:
A good India Pale Ale from a microbrewery works for me.
Dogfish Head 60 Minute IPA
Can't cope with the big-brand Bubba beers with so many classy microbrews to choose from.
Sam Adams Boston Lager will do when Grolsch is not available
Nearly anything that's not made by Anheuser Busch. Bud is made from RICE and is way too sweet. I don't think they should even be allowed to call it beer.
Almost Any Imported Beer
Many Different Microbrews
You guys left out the best of the best. Ice cold Victoria bitter.
The best cold beer is Vic, the VICTORIAN BITTER & unless the other schtuff comes from Australia, UK, Germany, Ireland & Tasmania, we should seriously look at what all these other pretend beverages classify as, as it's not beer.
A cold New Zealand beer is hard to beat, especially some of the boutique beers like Mac's.
International beers - Aashi, Grolsch and BeerLao (check out Dohn's hub on this one!) are all great.
I tend to like Belgium Ales and IPA's
Le Fin Du Monde is my undisputed #1 (triple fermented in the bottle)
Franziskaner ( I believe its the oldest active brewery/recipe in the world) so probably gets my vote for "king of Beers"
http://www.franziskaner.com/3_products/ … /index.htm
My local Ithaca Brewery is amazing, Saranac Brewery hits a couple of grand slams each year, the Ommegang beers are great too
what can I say, we have some great easily found breweries here in NY, makes us a bit picky.
for more easily found fare:
Sam Adams Collections - The Oktoberfest is always awesome, the Summer Ale, not so good.
If I was really low on cash or hosting a frat style party we would probably buy a bunch of 30 packs of Labatt Blue or some Molson XXX.
What kind of context is the article? Budweiser's slogan as the "King of Beers" is just that...a slogan. If your article is pretty much a paid advertisement or a comparison of slogans or beers, then write it as "The King of Beers."
Cho Yung Tea
I love Guinness. It's the best beer around. I love its frothy taste!
Here in Canada, we love our beer...it's almost a religion.
Besides the big boys (Molson, Labatt's etc.), there's some fine smaller breweries. My favourite for the last few years is Wellington County Dark Ale. Before that there was a superb [stout & ale] brew called "Black & Tan" made by Formosa brewery in Southern Ontario. Unfortunately they stopped making it a few years ago
I very much prefer the dark beers, although sorry to say I don't like Guinness as much.
We can get lots of imports too, some of them readily available, some require searching the liquor stores.
Happy imbibing my fellow hubbers...cheers
Kirin at the Japanese restaurant, Tsing Tao at the Chinese restaurant, Negro Modelo at the Mexican restaurant and Newcastle wherever.
Kirin at the Japanese restaurant, Tsing Tao at the Chinese restaurant, Negro Modelo at the Mexican restaurant, Anchor Steam Porter at the seafood place and Newcastle wherever.
I like foster Beer. It is good in taste and very smooth to drink.
I hate the taste of guiness,although i live in Ireland, and everyone else seems to love it. The only alcoholic drink i can stand is sweet martini, and sweet wine, i know i am such a bore. I am learning on this thread though. Maybe there is a beer out there suitable to my palette?
Fosters and Strongbow. They're all you need. Worst for me though is Tennent's Super. It's horrible. Just don't try it. lol
Corona, sol, stella, or Tetley's bitter- most mexican beers are nice.
I think all beers are the same, at least after you've had the first couple. Therefore, I'll go with Colt 45 for my enjoyment.
I enjoy Leinenkugel's honey weiss, brewed in Chippewa Falls Wi..
I also like Grain Belt premiun, brewed in Minnesota.
by KikiCobain 7 years ago
Would you regard someone as an alcoholic if they consumed atleast 2 beers, most, if not every day?
by Matt in Jax 8 years ago
What's your favorite way to drink your beer?And does your taste in beer brands differ between the ways of delivery?I'm definitely a bottle or draft-only man.
by T15 8 years ago
Where do you think the best beer comes from?I was in Germany for 5 months and it changed my view on beer forever...how bout you?
by starme77 10 years ago
I prefer the beers myself - in a nice frosy mug mmmmmmmmmmm
by Kat McAdams 6 years ago
What beers are safer for someone with fructose malabsorption?I realize that it is possible that no beer will be fructose-free, but I've read that beers made with corn are higher in fructose. I'm looking for some with a lower fructose content.
by sailingknight 6 years ago
This is a very hard question for me to answer, but I get asked this question all of the time. It is so difficult because my mood for types of beers varies on a daily basis. I do have a beer that I call my fail safe, but I cannot really give a person an opinion on the best tasting...
Copyright © 2020 HubPages Inc. and respective owners. Other product and company names shown may be trademarks of their respective owners. HubPages® is a registered Service Mark of HubPages, Inc. HubPages and Hubbers (authors) may earn revenue on this page based on affiliate relationships and advertisements with partners including Amazon, Google, and others.
HubPages Inc, a part of Maven Inc.
|HubPages Device ID||This is used to identify particular browsers or devices when the access the service, and is used for security reasons.|
|Login||This is necessary to sign in to the HubPages Service.|
|HubPages Traffic Pixel||This is used to collect data on traffic to articles and other pages on our site. Unless you are signed in to a HubPages account, all personally identifiable information is anonymized.|
|Remarketing Pixels||We may use remarketing pixels from advertising networks such as Google AdWords, Bing Ads, and Facebook in order to advertise the HubPages Service to people that have visited our sites.|
|Conversion Tracking Pixels||We may use conversion tracking pixels from advertising networks such as Google AdWords, Bing Ads, and Facebook in order to identify when an advertisement has successfully resulted in the desired action, such as signing up for the HubPages Service or publishing an article on the HubPages Service.|