We talk a lot about micro brews, but we all have a favorite cheap bear that we drink at the beach or during softball games....what's your flavor?

My name is Jake....and I drink Coors Light.

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I think alot of you guys are having trouble of where the line draws with cheap beer so let me help clarify.

number 1 = If you put fruit in it, its not cheap.

Number 2 = most likely if you find it at a bar on tap, its not cheap. (beside the good ol' American domestic)

number 3 = If you say you dont drink cheap beer and you put down the cheapest beer you drink which is still pricey, its not cheap.

number 4 = If its imported, its not cheap.

number 5 = If you dont start a fight, break up with your girlfriend, go home with a paticular class of females when you drink it, its not cheap

number 6= last but not least if anyone else has heard of it, it is not cheap. (not including the true cheap beer; Domestic, PBR, Lost Lakes, Minnesota Brew, Strohs, Steel Reserve (ouch those will get you fightin), etc.

Your welcome future Poster's.... Sorry Michael for putting this on yours I wanted people to see it before they posted another 12$ six pack on here. Happy drinking to all, and salude to you if you can drink expensive beer all the time.
hmmm you go me on number one

reply to your rebuttal of number 4 - I am sceptical on those prices, tecate can be pricey at liqour stores and there is nothing like a tecate in a ice & lime chilled and salted mexican mug from your local favorite restraunt. Can tecate's are good though on the lake so you have a slight point there.

Reply to your rebuttal on number 6 - I did not forget to add tecate because it does not belong, it is an Americanized import beer sold in every mexican restraunt and is a whole other ball game. Still good I add but not on my list.

And as for your reply on number 5 my good sir, number 5 was merely a joke for cheap beers. If you are drinking beer for the purpose to "feel something" than maybe beers, you should not drink.

(Iv'e never heard of cleaning day beers and i promise if you drink an 8$ 12 pack of 8.1% steel reserves you will go to that thus the joke part of my joke)
KRM
Hms. I dunno if i have a "Cheap" beer, tho I guess the closest thing I drink that comes to cheap beer would have to be either Yuengling or Sam Adams (usually whatever the seasonal is)

Oh, and my name is James
I order Yuengling most often. Maybe it's because I'm from PA and it's everywhere, but I really enjoy it. And as for the cheap stuff, sometimes I'll get Lion's Head. It's also from PA and it tastes like a cheaper Yuengling.
Gotta agree with Artimus here with Yuengling. In college, I was high on the hog if we got a case of Yuengling (compared to the swill we used to drink).

Now, if I want a cheap but good beer, I go straight to Yuengling. It's cheap, tastes great and has a full body, none of that water down stuff.
Maybe it's not the cheapest, but compared to Chimay...

My name is Jeff...and I drink Rolling Rock!
I have two:

1) Labatt's Blue. It's my hockey-watching beer.

2) I'm from Michigan, and grew up drinking Stroh's.

My name is Jamie... and I drink Labatt's Blue and Stroh's.
Strohs yes sir, seems Oklahoma and Michigan men have things in common!!
Michigan Man here and lived in Oklahoma for 2 1/2 years, drank many cans of Strohs. As a matter of fact my ex in-laws were distributors for it so it was ALWAYS around.
In Cleveland we have a local brewery called Great Lakes and they make several different seasonal and yearly beers that are inexpensive.


Ray
But Great Lakes is good stuff. There's a huge difference between Cheap and Inexpensive! :)
Great Lakes Makes Fantastic Beer!!! That's premium stuff here in Milwaukee. Ever had Lakefront?

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