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Now days there are a lot of beers out there. What is your favorite?

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Micro-brews. I can say with confidence that I have yet to have my favorite- as there are so many more to try. Generally- I go for the medium lagers that have a LOT of flavor with no overwhelming single ingredient. (which is why I don't care for IPA's)

Most of the Sam Adams seasonals and BL. To me these guys are the perfect size. Small enough to do things the right way with the right stuff- but big enough to be available without too much trouble.

Devils backbone- several varieties here too..

Blue Moon summer.. (not a fan of their base brew)

Legend Brown. Brewed about 500 yards from where I am sitting right now. As long as Im not outside in the full heat of summer.. too heavy for that.

Old Shipyard.. New England brew.. I've never seen it south of Jersey..

Countless others... I draw a blank when I try to list them.. Arrogant Bastard, Shock Top..

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Killians is at the top of my dinner/meal beers.

Miller lite for just hanging out, party, tv beer.

When I can find it or can order it the best brew I have ever had, so much that I drove to Columbus to buy four cases of it, is made by Avery Brewing and they do a Imperial Kaiser Octoberfest.

Maumee Bay brewing company here in Toledo, use to do what was called Falling Timbers Red, another great brew, if you have heard of Buckeye Beer then you know the company.

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I like the Samuel Adam's seasonal brews ...
Summer ale
Winter lager (Favorite)

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Now days there are a lot of beers out there. What is your favorite?
Shiner Bock, but almost anything they make is good.
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