because I figured it wouldn't hurt to have a spare lying around. This leads me to the question:
does anyone actually enjoy drinking Heineken? This seriously might be the only beer I absolutely detest drinking. I've drank the cheapest of the cheap, and some damn tasty expensive craft brews. Lagers, pilsners, ales, stouts, I don't think I've encountered another that I hate even half as much as Heineken.
Am I the only one who harbors this sentiment? Do people actually enjoy this stuff?
Light, Cheap, Durable... pick two
Hi, I am new here and thought a beer comment would be a good way to start off. So here goes.
I do not enjoy Heineken, in fact if there is any other beer on offer I will choose that. If all else fails ill have a Coke. Being Australian this attitude is tantamount to heresy but I am willing to risk it to avoid the drink.
Loc: Puget Sound, Washington
Hey, don't forget the other "fine" beers, Pabst Blue Ribbon and Brown Derby. Aaahhhhhh, summers in college playing three on three softball at the local ballpark drinking the cheapest beer we could get our nondiscriminating hands on.
Loc: Bruce Trail Ė Dundas Valley
As an Amsterdammer, itís probably sacrilegious of me to say this, but Heineken is crappy beer. Itís beer for that Octoberfestish, sit around at tables in a big room and drink copious amounts of swill, singing stupid drinking songs for hours, till youíre totally hammered.
I bought a six pack and gave it to a friend who likes it to drink with the instructions to save me the cans.
Loc: Maine/New Jersey
I too am a local brewery type person. When I travel I always get beer from the area. I think one of my favorite has been from the Arkansas area, Fat Tire. DELICIOUS! Then I got to say Magic Hat, Yeungling, St. Andrews local brewery up here. gotta agree with ya Chris Fol. Dog Fish is good stuff.
I say no to American staple beer. (I think that should be a sticker lol).
PBR is great, cheap, tastes alright for the price. I buy that when I am in a pinch.
Heineken is okay. In fact I just bought those pounder cans, but not because it was my choice, but because I want to make a penny stove with a simmer ring
Edited by GDeadphans (07/27/1008:32 PM)
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