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INB4 Alcy, I work in the industry

Share your favorite delicious treats,

(In no particular order of importance) my faves
Ruination IPA Stone Brewing Co. Escondido, California
Double Wide IPA Boulevard Brewing Co. Kansas City, Missouri
La Fin Du Monde Unibroue Quebec
Celebrator Ayinger Germany
Arctic Panzer Wolf Three Floyds Munster, Indiana
Hopslam Bell's Kalamazoo, Michigan

Single Malt Scotch

Laphroig Cask Strength
Ardbeg Uegedail
Aberlour 12Yr
Balvenie Double Wood 12yr


Woodford Reserve
Bulleit Rye
Basil Hayden's
George T Stag


Don Julio Anejo
Herradura Anejo
Cazadores Reposado


Chateau Batalle (Bordeaux)
Smith Haut (Bordeaux)
Rasteau La Domeliere (Cotes Du Rhone)
Chateauneuf Du pape (Cotes Du Rhone)
Joseph Drouhin Cotes de nuits (Burgundy)

Nickel and Nickel far Niente Cab (Cali)
Stags Leap Artemis Cab (Cali)
Sonoma Cuttrer Chardonnay (Cali)
Ponzi Pinot Noir (Or)
Meiomi Pinot Noir

Great White from Lost Coast Brewery in Eureka, Ca.

Celebration Ale from Sierra Nevada Brewery in Chico, Ca.

I love them both equally 8)
Oh nice, i may have to try the great white you mentioned, not sure if i can get that in my neck of the woods though :(
Blue Moon... I love witbiers.
San Miguel
Red Horse
Bud Dry
Johnny Walker Black Label
For beers, I go with
St. Arnold's Fancy Lawnmower
Real Ale Brewing's Fireman #4
Shiner Bock
Shiner Hefeweizen
Leinenkugel's Classic Amber

As for whisky...
The Macallan 18
Suntory Kakubin
Grey Goose all the way. No mix required.
Natural Light.

That's all.
Any sort of Irish Red (Ale).
Natural Light.

That's all.

LOL thats some party beer along with keystone

There is nothing finer than a shiner

As for whisky...
The Macallan 18

^ win, love that Macallan 18, smoothest stuff i have had in terms of Single malts
I work for a beer disturber, and therefore get about a case for free each week. I really enjoy a nice black lager, particularly NB 1554. Guinness has some very nice stouts. But my favorite beer is a cold PBR.
pliny the elder
stone smoked porter
lagunitas ipa
racer 5
deschutes black butte, obsidian
and the list goes on and on and on
Ahh, beer. We'll keep it to beer to make this managable.

Anything from Brewkettle, but particularly White Rajah, Old 21, The 4Cs, and Dark Helmet. They're doing the Lord's work in Strongville, but if you're not an Ohio resident, well, I feel sorry for you.

Avery Maharajah, DuganA, and Czar. Two of the best IPAs in existance, and Czar is a superior imperial stout. Glorious, but scarce and expensive.

Lagunitas. /sigh. Lots to love here. Their garden variety IPA is very good, but Maximus is to die for. Also, Sucks, their Imperial Red ale, and...well, about everything but the wheat beers (which actually aren't too bad...for wheat. Which isn't saying much).

Founders. Centennial IPA is a standard of the genre. Their imperial stout is outstanding. Red's Rye sets the bar for ryePAs.

Sierra Nevada. Hoptimum. Enough said.

Great Divide. Yeti is...an imposing stout. Very good, but not for the young. Also, Hercules. Very piney IPA, but kinda hard to get.

I could go on...and on...and on. This is just off the top of my head and from a glance in the 'fridge.

Oh, and, since St. Paddy's day just passed us by: Murphy's stout. Should be considered a mandatory ingrediant of a superior black&tan or half&half.
Corsendonk Brown Ale is one of my favorites.

Weihenstephaner's Dunkel is also very tasty.

I was a big fan of Dragon Stout until Guinness stopped importing it to the US.
Wild Irish Rose, Thunderbird, Nightrain, MG 20/20. Everclear.
Wild Irish Rose, Thunderbird, Nightrain, MG 20/20. Everclear.

What, no Sterno?

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