I do, very much. It's a good thing that cheap beer is commonly crap beer here in the US. When I was in Argentina a dollar or two could buy a liter of pretty decent tasting beer - this was not good for me, but I was on vacation . I love the dark beers the most, especially when it feels like I have eaten a big meal after one pint.
Last edited by hairnet; 08-09-11 at 06:33 PM.
Originally Posted by Scrodzilla
I often need to flip my brain to the freewheel side when reading this forum.
Rarely drink the trinity (CoorsMillerBud) as its a waste of time. In the last 30 years I've drank my fair share (or more) of beer. And anymore, I prefer to drink mostly local brews. Utah is still catching up to reasonable alcohol rules. So anything more than 3.2% has to be be bought at either the brewery, or the state run liquor stores. If I drink a 3.2% beer, its likely someone put it in my hand for free... Hmmm, reminds me. Salt lake City Beerfest next Saturday.
Its been many years since I drank to be drunk, not worth the hassles or the waste of money.
I'm a big beer fan and I love trying new beers. Since I have been on my weight loss mission I have cut my beer intake down to about 1/4 of what I use to drink (and after drinking a lot I would get hungry). It's all about moderation now.
On another note, I'm going to Montreal in less than 2 weeks and I'm bringing my bike. I plan on riding all over the city and surrounding area, I will be stopping off at bars (among other places).