what beers are you enjoying this winter

Padreruf

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Dude that's non vintage grape juice with so much residual sugar it doesn't even taste like what Pinot Noir is supposed to taste like. Google mega purple for fun reading.

Call me a snob, but for me to drink it there has to be #1 a year listed on the bottle and #2 an AVA listed.
Can't you let me down easy? This is my poor man's substitute for Caymus...or Clark and Telephone's Belle Glos!!!
The Meiomi label sold for 315 million about 3 years ago...evidently there are a ton of others like me...LOL.
 

2003TIDE

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Can't you let me down easy? This is my poor man's substitute for Caymus...or Clark and Telephone's Belle Glos!!!
The Meiomi label sold for 315 million about 3 years ago...evidently there are a ton of others like me...LOL.
For sub $20 look for something from Willamette Valley if you want a decent Pinot Noir or you can get a solid Rioja Reserva if you want a red with a little more body.
 
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Ole Man Dan

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NONE... I was diagnosed with Celiac Disease in 1996.
Due to Barley and Rye I can't drink most beers.
I tried several GF Beers and they were terrible.
I opted for Rum and Tequila instead.
I grew to love Margaritas, and Tequila Sunrises...
My wife and I quit drinking cold turkey, 4 years ago come April.
 
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uafanataum

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Almost any Sam on tap is a safe 'go to' when in a bar or restaurant and you can depend on any light beer to always suck.
My favorite is Sam Adams summer shandy. The only problem is it is carried by very few restaurants even in the summer.