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With Summer Approaching, What's A Good Beer To Have In The Hot Sun?

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Moosehead or any other domestic lager for me.

As for carbs, yeah, there are anywhere from 8-12g of carbs per beer. Compare that to a can of pop with 45g of sugar...

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Moosehead or any other domestic lager for me.

As for carbs, yeah, there are anywhere from 8-12g of carbs per beer. Compare that to a can of pop with 45g of sugar...

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Although my username would tell ya MGD, you cannot go wrong with Heineken.

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then why bother with light beer at all?

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You can do either or both. But drinking the light beer may be slightly better for your health if you don't have a supply of water with you.

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Coors Light, after all it's the official beer of the NHL :lol::sick:

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MGD.

A nice lighter beer, with full flavour... Perfect for the sun!

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And $23.99 for a 24 pack in Quebec,AHHHH it's twice as sweet.

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Cold beer?

But seriously, the worst beers are the cheap crap generic beers -- they sell not because of quality but because of extensive marketing campaigns that many silly people fall for. The beers I refer to are: Molson, Labatt Blue, Budweiser (including Bud Light), Coors (including Coors Light), Miller (and Miller Light), Keystone, Corona, Heineken, Sapporo, Busch, Sam Adams, and so on..

Learn how to brew your own, it beats canned and bottled beer any day if you know what type of beer you like.

I prefer the hard stuff or drinks like Bärenjäger but as far as beer goes if you will only buy them from the store try Guinness (or Guinness Extra Stout), Newcastle, IPA, Sierra Nevada, Gordon Biersch (on tap only, tastes vastly different canned or bottled) or any German Märzenbier or Weizenbier, or any wheat beer you can find from a local brewery and get on tap.

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Cold beer?

But seriously, the worst beers are the cheap crap generic beers -- they sell not because of quality but because of extensive marketing campaigns that many silly people fall for. The beers I refer to are: Molson, Labatt Blue, Budweiser (including Bud Light), Coors (including Coors Light), Miller (and Miller Light), Keystone, Corona, Heineken, Sapporo, Busch, Sam Adams, and so on..

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There can be only one.

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