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Old August 25th, 2014, 08:06 AM
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I was in the US last week and had a tasteful beer, with a chinese style name, bling bling something. Really cool, I liked it.
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Old August 25th, 2014, 08:29 AM
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Yuengling... Pronounced ying ling..??

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And I believe it's not Chinese... It's Americas oldest brewery..???
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Old August 25th, 2014, 08:31 AM
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Haha that's what I was guessing too. I actually don't mind their black and tan for a "mass" produced beer.
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Old August 25th, 2014, 08:36 AM
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Yeah.. Yuengling is one of the better tasting mass produced beers... Better than most pigswill.. It's funny, when I lived in England and was drinking in a very trendy section of Chelsea..sloane square .. Budweiser was called a boutique import beer and was more expensive than most , hopefully that trend died off quickly.. Back in the early nineties this was and if I recall I was paying just over £5 for a regular bud.. That's about $7.50... 20 years ago... Geez....
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Yuengling... Pronounced ying ling..?? ------ Follow up post added August 25th, 2014 09:30 AM ------ And I believe it's not Chinese... It's Americas oldest brewery..???
Yep, that's the one.

I should import it here, it's really good stuff.
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Yuengling... Pronounced ying ling..??

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And I believe it's not Chinese... It's Americas oldest brewery..???
Yes it's the oldest one. First one in Pottsdam, Pennsylvania. They had one right down the road from me when I lived in Tampa!!!

Had a few of them on top of "Esmeralda" the other night while tailgating! Happy to ship some!

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And I believe it's not Chinese... It's Americas oldest brewery..???
tried some a few months ago. Yuck.
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tried some a few months ago. Yuck.
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Yeah.. Yuengling is one of the better tasting mass produced beers... Better than most pigswill.. It's funny, when I lived in England and was drinking in a very trendy section of Chelsea..sloane square .. Budweiser was called a boutique import beer and was more expensive than most , hopefully that trend died off quickly.. Back in the early nineties this was and if I recall I was paying just over £5 for a regular bud.. That's about $7.50... 20 years ago... Geez....
In Ireland women drink Coors Light on ice. I suppose since it tastes like water, the ice doesn't affect the flavour.
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Yes it's the oldest one. First one in Pottsdam, Pennsylvania. They had one right down the road from me when I lived in Tampa!!!

Had a few of them on top of "Esmeralda" the other night while tailgating! Happy to ship some!

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Damned ! I drived thru Tampa and spent a night there about 10 days ago, if I knew they have a brewery there you can visit :face palm:
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Toppling Goliath not distributed here. Your more than welcome to send some!
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Paix Dieu Triple

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The is the absolute best triple I have ever consumed.
10% by volume is best shared with friends, because a large bottle is, well, could interfere with your ability to give directions based on remembering the map of Africa...
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Made sure these found their way from Cincinnati to NJ for end of summer beverage needs. Shade and blackberry and sea salt Gose. Highly recommend Mad Tree Brewing. Click image for larger version

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Just got back from CA. Got some of my favorite beer.
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The Pliny Elder? Now that's obscure! Come to Napa sometime and try Downtown Joe's Double Secret Probation. In fact, come to Napa and I'll buy you your first..........pitcher. I think they only allow two before they cut you off. It's a real kick in the head ;-)
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