can't be Keystone Light, we're not always so smooth
Lol! I vote Stella. Elite but full of finesse.
Sam Adams Oktoberfest. Amazing a decade back, gets a little more bland and fizzy as time goes on. Tons of potential though...
Like a Hoegaarden. Very good but only popular in the right circles. Your not going to see a lot of ads (media) pimping this beer because it doesn't really need it.
Something that tastes great and makes you have a blast until you unexpectedly puke in your lap....on your own 2 yard line.
J/K. I would go with something that is established with a lot of tradition.
Huge in one part of the country, generally respected in the rest although no close ties. Therefore I order several pitchers of Boulevard Wheat, with some absinthe for the Cali boys and Joe Powell, and throw in a pint of O'Douls for Landry.
Guinness the black beer. Good and stout. Not for woosies to drink.
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This year corona light.
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Heineken. Historic. Tradition. Elite. Class.
Liquor? Johnny Walker... Old, classiic, $$$, a mainstay. It's usually very satisfying after a long week, but when things start to go awry you can quickly rage out on everybody and everything.
You guys ****ing suck at beer
B/C i wish this would happen to 95% of our fans
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Natty Light. Most people hate it... but they keep drinking it anyway... then they **** about how shitty it is the entire time.
Lone Star....swallow it up and piss it back out, **** Texas
Rogue: Yes!!!! The stouter the better.
Lately I'd say Guinness. Perception is that it is strong, people who haven't had it might be intimidated by it due to it's reputation. The truth is it is very low on alcohol content (4.2 %) and has marketed itself very well to the masses, but the experts know better.
Classic. World wide. Expensive. Top Shelf.
We're a good premium beer, that is known for its great taste, but has been sitting on the shelf for about a year too long.