Herbie for President
tonight there's a party for my wife's graduation... I feel obligated to make sure no beer is left before the pary ends
I'm with you Brammer. I'm one of those true alcoholic sicko's that actually likes that stuff. Although, I must say, Natty has never given my bowels any problems. In fact, the only beer that has is that swill known as "Beast". Ugh. Truly disgusting. If I'm at a cookout or party, though, the beer that goes down the best is definitely Natty. Like Mili, I love Guinness and love Black & Tan's (especially made with Bass Ale), however I can only drink 3-4 of them before I'm full. So when an all-night drink fest is on the menu, I bring my case of Natty.Brammer98 said:Am I the only poor guy on here that has to resort to Natural Light? Yeah, it gives you the "soupy poopies" but hey, it's cheap ($9.99 a case). Damn, this is ridiculous!
<!-- / message -->Fat Tire is hands down their 'flagship' beer. It's very popular around here, and I certainly enjoy a frosty one from time to time, but in my opinion their more 'obscure' beers are much more interesting (and better). The Blue Paddle is a Pilsner-style lager (their only lager) and it tastes very good, esp. on hot spring days The Loft is an amber ale, much like Fat Tire, but has a lighter body.FCB: I have had Flat (fat) Tire from the New Belgium Brewing Company. It was alright. How would you rate the other two compared to that one?