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« Reply #30 on: Aug 04, 2009 at 14:40 »

I don't mind the cheap domestics, but enjoy figuring out the local cheaps.  In Baltimore, that's National Bohemian.  When I was in Charleston, SC, it was Pabst.  Don't drink 'em often but they are good (and priced right) before catching an O's game.

I recently have enjoyed Sam Adams Summer. 

Really enjoyed "Longboard" while in Hawaii last year...actually found it on tap at a local bar.

Some micros around Baltimore is the Resurrection

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« Reply #31 on: Aug 05, 2009 at 05:31 »

Yeah, I like drinking shitty local beers when I'm in the locale.

My sister lives in Baltimore, very near the ol' Natty Boh Brewery on Brewer's Hill. Nothing like walking the block down to the local dive and cramming a couple of dollar Natty Boh's prior to a Steelers win over the Shitbirds.

Otherwise, I'll go premium at home. I float back and forth from beer and wine. Maybe it's a seasonal thing;  in fall and winter I'm more likely to be drinking a red than beer.


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