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Old 02-24-2011, 08:35 PM   #61
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Old Milwaukee was the last cheap beer I drank. But I have not had more than 5-6 beers in probably 35 years, so I'm open to suggestions.

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Old 02-25-2011, 08:20 AM   #62
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My fall back is water. It's either good beer, good wine, or water. Why take in the calories for anything less?

The best cheap beer is when Sam Adams is on sale.

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Old 02-26-2011, 06:16 PM   #63
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Keystone seems to be popular with the college students around here.

I like Blue Moon and Boulevard Wheat.
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Keystone seems to be popular with the college students around here.
Reminds me of a joke:

How does Coors brew Keystone beer? Park a water truck overnight in the brewery parking lot.

How does Coors brew Keystone Light? Drive a water truck past the brewery.
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I thought it had something to do with goat pee...

The absolute worst beer I ever drank was Carling's Black Label. Bought for $3.99 a case, the cops made us pour it out. Best thing they could've done...

Second worst: Meister Brau
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Black Label was our beer of choice for drinking games. Nasty stuff.
Worst was Lowenbrau. Must be related to Meister Brau.
Cheapest beer we'd be willing to drink without quarters being involved was Olympia. It's the water. No, really, not just a slogan, a fact.

And I agree with that Keystone joke, REW!
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Lablatt Blue, what else.
LaBatt was my wife's and my favorite for several years, but my wife turned to Amstel Light, and I to Beck's Dark for a few years, and then to wine.

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