Can you list all the beers you have tried or enlighten me to try something?!

Question: Can you list all the beers you have tried or enlighten me to try something!?
Brooklyn Lager
Samuel Adams Boston Lager
Samuel Adams Brown Ale
Bass Pale Ale
Samuel Adams Octoberfest
Killian's Irish Red
Yuengling Black and Tan
Samuel Adams Black Lager
Samuel Adams Boston Ale
Samuel Adams White Ale
Guinness Stout
Spaten Optimator
Samuel Adams Winter Lager
Blue Moon Belgian White Ale
Saranac Caramel Porter
Saranac Pale Ale
Samuel Adams Hefeweizen
Saranac [India] Pale Ale
Saranac Adirondack Lager (Amber)
Pete's Wicked Ale
Brooklyn Summer Ale
Magic Hat Circus Boy (Hefeweizen)
Dos Equis XX
Samuel Adams Cherry Wheat
Samuel Adams Cream Stout
Saint Pauli Girl lager
Amstel Light
Harp Lager
Yuengling lager
Molson Ice
Miller Genuine Draft
Bud Select
Coor's Light
Corona light
Dogfish Head Indian Brown Ale
Arrogant bastard Ale
Zywiec Porter
Saranac Black and Tan
Bud Light
Natural IceWww@FoodAQ@Com

Not to sound to conceited!.!.!.I've had somewhere over 1,000 different beers!. I don't think I have enough room or time to list them!.

As far as suggestions go!.!.!.try moving away from the you macro lagers!. American or European!. You seem to be leaning heavily into that category!. Start looking into Belgian ales!.!.!.particularly the Trappist ales from Chimay, St!. Bernardus, Rochefort, Westmalle and Orvel!. If you are lucky enough to stumble across a Westvleteren!.!.!.pick it up no matter the cost!. Ales tend to have much broader flavor profiles!.

Aside from that!.!.!.what did you think of the Arrogant Bastard!? Have you tried the Oak Aged version!? A wonderful woodiness comes through the hops bomb!.

This answer could get real wordy, real quick!. So I'll summarize!.

1!. Drink ales not lagers!.!.!.a personal preference!. Ales have more flavor!.

2!. Explore micros!. Specifically!.!.!.drink local if possible!. Go to your local brewpub and start a conversation with the bartender or brewer!.

3!. Check out Beer Advocate Magazine and their web site http://beeradvocate!.com for some great articles and suggestions!.

4!. Drink what you like the taste of, but don't be afraid to try something new!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

I really like whats called a "black and blue"!. Take a tall, chilled mug and add Blue Moon half way and the other half is Guinness!. The trick is to keep the Guinness on the top by using the back of a spoon and slowly pouring onto the Blue Moon!. If you do it right, the BM is at the bottom and G on top!. Drink up! It will kinda mix together a little and what a GREAT taste!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

I can only recommend that you try some Belgium beers, all of them are different, they have beer glasses that are made for each beer label, for example, Hoegaarden Wit has a tankard style glass, while Bellevue Frambuise has a glass that looks like a champagne flute!. From the list that you've supplied you have stuck to U!.S!. beers a few Dutch brew's which is fine, German beer's are good however they are mostly lagers!. Www@FoodAQ@Com

Even though Mayor Adam West is a Beer Advocate guy and I am a Ratebeer guy, he does make a good point with his numbered list!. Explore different microbrews and find what you like!. If you want to taste pure magic in a bottle seek out an Orval!. You just got a star for that great question, neophyte!Www@FoodAQ@Com

They used to have a Samuel Adams Cobalt!. It was in a blue bottle and it wasn't a six pack!.!.you'd buy it singly!. It's very stout!.!.like Guinness!. This was years ago and I haven't seen it for awhile!.!.Actually, I forgot all about it until you asked this question!. It might still be out there!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

Well you could try ;
Holsten Pils (nice in cans)
Stella Artois (wife beater)
Tennents Extra (very strong)
Carlsberg Special Brew (alcoholic material)
Leffe bier blonde (refreshing continental lager)
Three Monts (french bottled beer 11%)

When you're up for the heavier stuff!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

CHIMAY, Murphy's Irish stout, Moosehead, Erdinger weisbier, James Squire Amber ale, Timmermans, Leffe BruneWww@FoodAQ@Com

You should try a good pale ale!. Sierra Nevada makes a really good one!. You need to drink two though!. The first one will be bitter, but the second will taste great!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

Thy Weienstephaner!.!.!.spelling is close, but probably not totally correct!. It's German, and it's a perfect beer!. Www@FoodAQ@Com

Try Medalla!. It's a light beer form Puerto Rico but it has a stronger taste than Bud, Coors, and Corona Lights!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

You failed to mention a big one!.!. Stella Artros!. Very distinct taste (expensive stuff) but worth it!. Www@FoodAQ@Com

Pabst's Blue Ribbon,Strohs!. Old Milwaukee!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

harpoon ale and stella artoisWww@FoodAQ@Com

Ha! I don't see Smithwick's on there (pronounced Smith-icks)!. Www@FoodAQ@Com

green bush
tye dye
quirky johmWww@FoodAQ@Com


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