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This may have been done, but anyway...

Mine Are:

1. New River Pale Ale
2. Michelob Amber Bock
3. Murphys Irish Stout
 

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1. Yellowstone Valley Brew's Grizzly Wulff Wheat (hard to find, though)
2. Michelob's Honey Lager
 

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Depending on my mood and need:

1. Negra Modelo
2. Bohemia
3. Skunky Heineken
4. Samuel Smith Imperial Stout
5. Whatever's cold in the fridge
6. Whatever's in the house, cold or not
 

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Another Pale, from a REAL small place in Oroville, CA.
Downtown Brown, from Eureka, I believe, as is Great White, from the same company.
Negra Modela is a good mexican beer.
Sierra Nevadas Bigfoot...the rest of their beer is CRAP, but this stuff is great!
Butte Creek Brewing Co.'s Creekside Wheat or their Winter Ale, a wonderful brown.
Coors Original if I'm going cheap.
Hell...I've had so many little tiny dinky ass beers from around northern california and southern oregon I can't remember half of them. San Louis Obispo (SLO) Brewing has a great Russian Imperial, River City Brewing Company in Sacramento has a wonderful barleywine style, Battleaxe, and their pilsner is a great salad beer. I wish I could find a good Russian Imperial in a bottle..had many fresh from the tap, but none compare to that when bottled. Henry Weinhardts Hefeweizen is good, if you can find it bottled, for being a cheap beer...Pyramid Hefe is NOT good, I don't think, although Widmer Bros., the standard restaurant hefe, is decent, though not great. Guiness is garbage, Corona is cat pee, coors light is gutter trash and pale ale's are disgusting...with the exception of my first contribution on this here list. :D
 

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Ha! Killians is actually really good stuff...made by Coors Brewing, which no one really knows, but its good stuff!
 

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Bud Lite or Miller Lite. I'm not fancy, just a good ol' American beer will do the duty :D!
 

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but light beers? ugh! Good 'ol american beer is barleywine or a hearty porter or stout, served at around 70 degrees...of course, that was good 'ol american beer a few hundred years ago, but oh well :)
 

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The only beer I've found that disagrees with me is the red beers.

I like Sam Adams, Dos Equis, Miller Lite, Fat Tire, Boulevard Wheat....I could go on. As long as it's not red beer I'm cool.
 

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Come on how could you no mention Lowenbra, Red Strip, Guinnes Stout and the other MGD, Michelobe Goldin Draft. All very good beer depending on your taste that day.
 
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