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Half Acre Daisy Cutter
Dogfish Head Raison d'Etre
 
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Grand Teton Bitch Creek Extra Special Brown- very tasty
Dogfish Head Palo Santo Marron- a 12% blitzkrieg in a bottle... Good, but dangerous


Going to Jackson Hole this weekend. Thanks for the rec on the Bitch Creek ESB. I agree on the Palo. Awesome, awesome beer.

Hope you are having an awesome time in Jackson Hole drinking some good beer.


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Victory Prima Pils.
 
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Chimay red label.


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a refreshing Hitachino Nest White Ale
 
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New Belgium Hoptober
 
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A ton of Colorado craft beers including the Hoptober listed above
 
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Oskar Blues' Dale Pale Ale, very very good
 
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Hales Brewing Supergoose Imperial IPA - much better than the regular Mongoose IPA.


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Had a couple of Dogfish Head 60 Minute IPA’s on Sunday night in Laguna Beach. My first experience with Dogfish and I really liked it.
 
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Grand Teton Bitch Creek Extra Special Brown- very tasty
Dogfish Head Palo Santo Marron- a 12% blitzkrieg in a bottle... Good, but dangerous


Going to Jackson Hole this weekend. Thanks for the rec on the Bitch Creek ESB. I agree on the Palo. Awesome, awesome beer.

Hope you are having an awesome time in Jackson Hole drinking some good beer.


Most certainly did. Tried Bitch Creek beer and actually fished Bitch Creek. Both were excellent. Snake River Brew Pub was serving up some fine beers as well. Also tried some Big sky, Odells and Deschutes.

Odells Five Barrell Ale and Snake River Pakos IPA were probably my two favorite of what I tried.

They also had Alaskan which is highly sought after. Personally, while the beers are perfectly made, I need a little more umph.
 
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Grand Teton Bitch Creek Extra Special Brown- very tasty
Dogfish Head Palo Santo Marron- a 12% blitzkrieg in a bottle... Good, but dangerous


Going to Jackson Hole this weekend. Thanks for the rec on the Bitch Creek ESB. I agree on the Palo. Awesome, awesome beer.

Hope you are having an awesome time in Jackson Hole drinking some good beer.


Most certainly did. Tried Bitch Creek beer and actually fished Bitch Creek. Both were excellent. Snake River Brew Pub was serving up some fine beers as well. Also tried some Big sky, Odells and Deschutes.

Odells Five Barrell Ale and Snake River Pakos IPA were probably my two favorite of what I tried.

They also had Alaskan which is highly sought after. Personally, while the beers are perfectly made, I need a little more umph.


Had a six pack of the Odells Five Barrell in Colorado. Very good stuff.
 
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Pacifico
Negra Modelo


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Negra Modelo


Gig, do you like those two well enough to buy, or just bought because at a restaurant?
 
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Gig, do you like those two well enough to buy, or just bought because at a restaurant?

I find some enjoyment with both; the Negra Modelo moreso than the Pacifico.

We had friends over for a Mexican-themed dinner last night and I purchased in the spirit of keeping with the theme.

Are there any Mexican beers that you enjoy or would recommend?


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Are there any Mexican beers that you enjoy or would recommend?


Fortunately, a lot of very good Mexican beers commonly available. Depends on the body and style. I enjoy these.

Light:
Sol
Tecate
Pacifico
Negro Especial
Dos Equis Lager

Medium:
Dos Equis Amber
Bohemia
Negro Modelo
 
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Are there any Mexican beers that you enjoy or would recommend?


Fortunately, a lot of very good Mexican beers commonly available. Depends on the body and style. I enjoy these.

Light:
Sol
Tecate
Pacifico
Negro Especial
Dos Equis Lager

Medium:
Dos Equis Amber
Bohemia
Negro Modelo

Wine doc-

I believe that I have tasted all of those, with the exception of Sol. However, it is available here.

The only beers you listed that I purchase are the two I had last night, and Bohemia, on occasion. I believe that Carta Blanca is also available here, but I have never tried it.

I'm guessing that w+a opts for margaritas with his Mexican-style cuisine.


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Sweetwater 420
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Peroni

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Are there any Mexican beers that you enjoy or would recommend?


Fortunately, a lot of very good Mexican beers commonly available. Depends on the body and style. I enjoy these.

Light:
Sol
Tecate
Pacifico
Negro Especial
Dos Equis Lager

Medium:
Dos Equis Amber
Bohemia
Negro Modelo

Wine doc-

I believe that I have tasted all of those, with the exception of Sol. However, it is available.


Worth the purchase. It's the favored beer in some Mexican restaurants here.
 
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I believe that I have tasted all of those, with the exception of Sol. However, it is available.


Worth the purchase. It's the favored beer in some Mexican restaurants here.

Unfortunately, it is the watered-down version (3.2% alcohol) sold in grocery stores here. Mad


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Stone Arrogant Bastard Ale

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Are there any Mexican beers that you enjoy or would recommend?


Not really.
 
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Are there any Mexican beers that you enjoy or would recommend?


Not really.


I'm with w+a for the most part. Mexican beers taste best to me if I'm coming out of the ocean all salty and need something akin to ice cold water to quench my thirst. I think a Corona or Sol fits these situations perfectly.

If you can find either Noche Buena (sp?) or Bohemia give them a try. Both have a bit more character than the typical "put a wedge of lime in it and drink it before it gets warmer than 40°" Mexican brews.

PH
 
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