I've never had it and hopefully there's someone on here that can give me a review of it, but Blithering Idiot is by far the best name for beer.
What if this wasn't a rhetorical question?
All models are wrong. Some of them are useful.
This thread brings back great memories.
Keystone & Natty Light got me thru college just fine. I saw a case for sale the other night when I stopped to get some gas - 18 pack of Keystone for $8 bucks. It was a solid $5 when I was in school. And it went down like pure mountain water.
Ahh..for the days when I'd be trying to get rip roaring drunk everytime I put a beer to my lips.
Nowadays I want real taste. So I can be a bit of a beer snob. The A's Spring Training this year finally starting serving Sierra Nevada & Fat Tire - which I must say - is the best idea in the history of man.
But you'll never hear me turn down an ice cold Coors or Bud when I'm out with the guys or at a ballgame.
So I understand the sentiment GIK
Is anyone on the board an IPA fan?
I liken it to Guiness and other stouts - sometimes they sound great, other times...not so much.
Moose Drool and Fat Tire are both excellent. I haven't had either since I moved from WA to MI. Bummer.
It's not a bad-tasting beer. It's not flavorful, but it doesn't taste bad. You know, I consider myself something of a beer snob, but I'll drink Budweiser or PBR especially when money is tight, and they're totally fine. The one thing I will not drink is light beer. All light beer tastes like water to me. Disgusting. I also think that drinking light beer is a indication of self-loathing and an inability to embrace all of the good things in life, but that may be just me.
There is no such thing as a pitching prospect.
"In much the same way, the human brain can only operate as fast as the slowest brain cells. Now, as we know, excessive intake of alcohol kills brain cells. But naturally it attacks the slowest and weakest brain cells first."
"In this way, regular consumption of beer eliminates the weakest brain cells, making the brain a faster and more efficient machine. And that, is why you always feel smarter after a few beers."