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    I have to go Corona extra


    I am just waiting for the person to answer He-Brew (Yes there is such a brand)

    Neville ChaimBerlin

    “I have to go Corona extra”
    For the love of all things holy please tell me you’re joking…

    For quality stuff, I say Sam Adams Octoberfest. For cheaper beers, Labatt Blue!


    Whatever someone wants to treat me to….


    Lol labatt is literally water


    The European beers that are made for the winter holiday season

    Neville ChaimBerlin

    “Lol labatt is literally water”
    Less so than the other beers in that genre like Coors or Bud.

    I just remembered, Sam Adams had one called Escape Route one year that was my favorite. It was a winter seasonal, but I haven’t been able to find it for years sadly.

    Yabia Omer


    ☕️coffee addict

    I like Sam Adams or blue moon


    In the states, it’s Molson, but I can’t get that in Israel.

    There’s a brewery/restaurant called Jem’s in Petach Tikva that has really good beer. I haven’t seen any of their bottles down here in the south, but they sell them in the merkaz.


    Lol corona, that’s hysterical. My current favorites are goldstar unfiltered, carlsberg, and weihenstaphner. If I was still in Canada, it’d probably be molson dry, moosedhead, or sleemans.

    Big A

    It all depends:
    Stella Artois is our favorite on Friday night and we go with Corona on Shabbos Day as it’s lighter. We also mix the two and add an ounce of ginger ale and a shpritz of grape juice for a delightful taste of moonshine. We also do Blue Moon during the week as necessary.


    @Coffee Addict
    I drink less than 3 or 4 glasses in a year and your choices are admirable.
    That said, Blue Moon is a White Belgian Wheat ALE not a beer. Ales ferment in a warm process with the yeast on the top of the tank. Lager type beer ferments in a cold process with the yeast on the bottom of the tank.
    A different type of yeast is used for Beer and Ale.

    I only learned about this when a client wanted to open a microbrewery and the town said he could not brew via a warm process, because the building was not properly zoned for cooking. It took quite a bit of Planning and Zoning hearings to convince the town that the intent of the zoning was to keep restaurants and retail purveyors of food out of the industrial park.


    Sam’s 76 – Tried this over the weekend. OUTSTANDING
    Blue Moon Belgian Wheat
    Sam Adams Summer Ale

    Ms. Chanandler Bong

    Skullsplitter from the Orkney Brewery
    Golden Monkey from Victory
    Anything from Dogfish Head


    None. I don’t drink beer.

    (Yes, I’m sure someone will come through here shortly to advise me to check my yichus, as someone who doesn’t like beer certainly isn’t Jewish… :: rolling my eyes :: )

    The Wolf

    Approved as a science experiment. Let’s see if the posters on the CR are as bad as you seem to think. But known trolls are spurious.


    Approved as a science experiment.

    You do realize, of course, that by saying that, you’ve contaminated the experiment.

    The Wolf

    Do we have a control group?




    Drinking “better” beer does not make you a better person.


    The Wolf: “Yes, I’m sure someone will come through here shortly to advise me to check my yichus, as someone who doesn’t like beer certainly isn’t Jewish… :: rolling my eyes ::”

    Years ago, as a teenager, I went into a deli and ordered a corned beef on rye – with ketchup. (I hated mustard, and I still do.) The lady behind the counter looked at me strangely and asked, “Are you sure you’re Jewish?” I guess it’s better not to mess with people’s expectations.


    Honestly? Beer is beer. I enjoy the taste and I’ve never really been able to distinguish a good beer from a bad one.

    Neville ChaimBerlin

    “Honestly? Beer is beer.”

    I advise you to check your yichus.

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