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Beer, Cider, & Sake

Your Regulars - Winter and Summer?

Bob Martinez | Jun 23, 200609:33 PM     31

The first post on the new Beer board! The urge to leave my footprints in the fresh snow is overwhelming.

Winter beers - Sierra Nevada Pale Ale and Brooklyn Lager.

I like hoppy beers so Sierra is tops on the list. Liberty Ale is also a favorite for the same reason. Brooklyn Lager is a well made local brew and I need to do my part to support the economy.

Summer Beers - Yuengling Lager and Rolling Rock.

Yuengling is relatively cheap yet it has excellent flavor for a lighter bodied beer. As a bonus, it's brewed in Pennsylvania by a brewery that's been family owned for over 100 years.

Rolling Rock is light and refreshing - the perfect beer to replenish those bodily fluids when you're doing yardwork. People either love it or hate it. I love it.

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