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I'm sure all you guys are rolling your eyes and thinking I'm an alcoholic when I tell you that I'm about to write another story on beer. The fact is that's only a little true, and I find alcohol very interesting, so you should too!
Not to be confused with Coors Light; a solid brew that get's the job done. Very affordable, and a great taste considering the price. What I like best about Coors is that its neither particularly heavy or light, a healthy medium if you will. It might be not be the classiest, but she'll git er' done!
4. Pabst Blue Ribbon
Even less classier than the last. I guess the main reason why I love PBR is because of the culture associated with drinking it. I'm a big skier, and PBR is huge in the ski community. Something about the far from perfect nature of this beer collaborates perfectly with the crusty nature of true skiers. The taste is frothy, and slightly bitter. Pretty average on taste, but light enough to party with and have a great time. It's not the worst beer out there, but it's certainly not the best either. I drink PBR more out of showing my lifestyle and attitude. Yeah, I am drinking a cheap, no-frills beer, so what, think I care? No I don't, so you and your expensive Newcastle can suck it.
3. Stella Artois
The previous two beers may have been a bit of a surprise for a top five list, but that's why they were last on the list. Trust me it get's classier from here on out. Afterall, I not a werwolf... yet.
Stella is a great beer for relaxing on.
The taste is phenomenal, and it gives off an extremely relaxing buzz. For how good it tastes, it has a surprisingly high alcohol content at 5 percent.
Even so, I would still suggest not partying on Stella. The price makes it not worth it in my mind to drinking large quantities of ( the problem may be more that I drink to much when I party...). Either way a great beer for hanging out on the beach or watching TV.
2. Dos Equis
This guy needs to write a book. He's like the next Chuck Norris, but flyer.
Anyway, the reason I drink Dos Equis is so I can be like the guy in the commercials. Just kidding, somewhat. In my opinion, Dos Equis is a large step up from Corona in the league of Mexican beers. Dos Equis is a heavier beer in a good way. It has a lot of taste, and is great for any situation. I've had nights where I've relaxed on Dos Equis, and nights where I've partied my brains out. The heavy- lager aspect of the beer gives it its flavor, but it is not so heavy that it is too filling. A perfect balance if you will.
Some of you may have never heard of Landshark or are just confused about my decision. There's a couple factors that led to this choice. Most important is taste. Landshark has the best taste out of any beer I've ever had. It's seriously equivalent to soda. It's pretty light as far as consistency, but that's only a good thing considering all that goes into this beer. It's not cheap running at $12-15 for a 6 pack, but completely worth it considering the price. Low in alcoholic content, so great for just hanging out and drinking a bunch without the bloated stomach. Yes, it might be impossible to get particularly drunk with this beer, but for me an ideal beer is one that tastes great, doesn't tire me out, and does not have to be chugged to be enjoyed.
I would love to all of your favorite beers or criticisms about mine, so holla with some comments!
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