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Sports, Pastimes, and Consumer Preferences 14 + scoring

The leading qualifying beers are Budweiser, Coors, Miller, or Busch, light or regular.

SCORING: Two points maximum. Score 2 points for “yes.”
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Re: Sports, Pastimes, and Consumer Preferences 14 + scoring

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    WzzWzz member
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    this question is making me giggle. i don't know why, because i'm not a beer snob, but maybe i am considering we'd never stock our fridge with any of those brands.
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    *Barbie**Barbie* member
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    edited May 2012
    can you define "stock your fridge"?

    I've purchased miller for a few parties, but DK  buys Sam Adams/Shiner/Blue Moon/Shock Top, etc. for his own consumption. I don't drink beer.

    I'm going to call mine, a "no" - but any of the above are still better than "Natty Ice" Laughing
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    We usually have Miller Lite on hand during football season or for parties.

    Other than that, we often drink craft beers.
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    I now feel like a snob.
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    H buys Michelob Ultra on a regular basis.  So I am a yes.  ::hangs head in shame::
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    I do not drink beer. The only beer we have in the house is for when we do fondue.
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    I said no - DH will take beer with us if we go to a friend's house, but we don't drink often and never have it in the house.
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    I don't drink beer. When H does, it's bud light. But we never stock the fridge with it. We might have a bottle or two left over from a BYOB party or something, but that's usually it.

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    dharmabunnydharmabunny member
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    edited May 2012
    What about Yuengling?
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    In Response to <a href="http://forums.theknot.com/Sites/theknot/Pages/Main.aspx/special-topic-wedding-boards_wedding-woes_sports-pastimes-and-consumer-preferences-14?plckFindPostKey=Cat:Special Topic Wedding BoardsForum:47Discussion:ce691e63-ac9a-4426-bb37-4a3de5558db1Post:fd33d34e-3e05-4e5a-8987-d2af0fd6a531">Re:Sports, Pastimes, and Consumer Preferences 14</a>:
    [QUOTE]What about Yuengling?
    Posted by dharmabunny[/QUOTE]

    it's probably not widley available outside of the Mid-Atlantic area for a lot of people to know what it is.

    You can't get it in TX.

    I'd say Yuengling /> any of the beers hmo listed.
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    No: H homebrews. 
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    I'm surprised that Pabst Blue Ribbon isn't on that list.
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    dharma - you can't get it here.  Friend brings it back when he visits Virginia.
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    Kuus, it's a class poll. Are hipsters their own class designation now? 
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    I was just thinking of that South Park episode.
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