Moderately Confused by Jeff Stahler for September 12, 2013

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    Justice22  about 9 years ago

    Personally, I agree with the gentleman. There is a difference in beers. Drinking for the sake of drinking is the way of an alcoholic.

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    chromosome Premium Member about 9 years ago

    I like microbrews because they have a lot of interesting, different flavors, just like different wines (but usually cheaper).

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    Zen-of-Zinfandel  about 9 years ago

    Later on she added: Luke-warm, Smokey molasses with gentle bubbles, just give me my cold Coors light.

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    mrgromit  about 9 years ago

    I have nearly 500 separate beer reviews (meaning reviews of 500 different beers) posted on RateBeer.com. Yes, I’m a beer geek/snob.

    I realized I needed to stop rating beers when I finished mowing the lawn and grabbed a Sierra Nevada Pale Ale and sat down to quench my thirst, and I couldn’t do it without analyzing a beer that I’ve enjoyed probably hundreds of times (nice citrus undertones…).

    I enjoy “just drinking a good beer” much more since I quit trying to rate them.

    That’s not to disparage the site or the great people who use it. If you like good beer, I really encourage you to check it out. It was great for helping me figure out what it was about some beers that I really liked so I could find more, and also for helping me realize what it was that I didn’t like about some other beers/styles.

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