Poll: Best Tasting Beer?
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Heineken
93 28%
Budweiser
66 20%
Bavaria
41 12%
Miller
47 14%
Corona
81 24%
Coors
51 15%
Stella Artois
72 22%
Other (State which)
191 58%
Voters: 331.
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#1
Which is the Pit's favourite?

EDIT:
I Should probably mention that this list is just
something off the top of my head,
incurred by my year and a
half of under age budget drinking.
So stfu about my list

also by popular demand:

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Last edited by KirkMetallica at Oct 25, 2009,
#4
Red Stripe
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#11
Umm...there are tons of great beers out there; hard to nail down a "best tasting." Young's Double Chocolate is a favorite of mine, as are most Belgian Trippels. Wagner Valley Maple Sugar Porter is fantastic.
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#13
Quote by Dirk Gently
Umm...there are tons of great beers out there; hard to nail down a "best tasting." Young's Double Chocolate is a favorite of mine, as are most Belgian Trippels. Wagner Valley Maple Sugar Porter is fantastic.


Have you ever tried Pyramid Apricot Ale?
My God, it's full of stars!
#14
I don't always drink beer, but when I do I choose Dos Equis.


Stay thirsty my friends.
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#16
Quote by Dreadnought
Have you ever tried Pyramid Apricot Ale?

Nope. Never heard of it.

*Googles*
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#18
Stella's a favorite. Red Stripe and Sam Adams too. Also Smithwick's. If we're going poor, PBR is better than all the other cheap beers.

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#19
I like Rolling Rock and Yuengling. Guinness also tastes pretty good.
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#20
Quote by Dirk Gently
Nope. Never heard of it.

*Googles*


It's a Seattle/Portland/one more city brewery, I love the apricot one
My God, it's full of stars!
#21
flying dog - the double dog pale ale for its sheer alcoholic content. 11.5% alcohol by volume.
#DTWD
#23
I don't consider myself a beer snob, but I do consider all the beers you mentioned (excluding "other"), terrible beer.

None of those beers are good. Stella has a mildly redeeming value for 'some' taste, but even then, it is overpriced swill.

Not one of those is an ale, stout, porter or anything really.

They are all cheap commercial lagers, made for people who don't actually enjoy beer.

And whoever named Fosters.... really? I mean, cheap beer is nice, but Fosters is quite shitty.
#25
Quote by roshjosh
I don't consider myself a beer snob, but I do consider all the beers you mentioned (excluding "other"), terrible beer.

None of those beers are good. Stella has a mildly redeeming value for 'some' taste, but even then, it is overpriced swill.

Not one of those is an ale, stout, porter or anything really.

They are all cheap commercial lagers, made for people who don't actually enjoy beer.

And whoever named Fosters.... really? I mean, cheap beer is nice, but Fosters is quite shitty.


I actually don't like most of them either, which is why i listed "Other"
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#27












Those are some of my personal favorites.


The only ones that you listed that I can actually enjoy while drinking are Heineken and Stella. They aren't anything special, but they're decent.
#28
Sam Adam's Boston Lager ftw!!!
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#29
Anyone who doesn't pick "other" has never actually had a good beer.

The two best I've had are Harpoon IPA and Harpoon Octoberfest.
#30
Palm beer.

No contest.
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#32
James Ready.
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#33
I'm a fan of Grolsch, and Leffe's quite nice too. When I'm in a pub I'll just get whatever everyone else is ordering. I'm not a massive beer snob though: I routinely drink Fosters just because you can get pissed for less than a fiver.
#35
that sam adam's octoberfest shit is pretty good.

but I'm always broke so I have to settle for PBR.
#36
Westvleteren.

Quite literally, NOTHING else compares, and I've had hundreds and hundreds of beers.

#39
Brava!

Cheapest most awesome beer, ever!
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#40
Guinness ftw
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